Device and Printer mapping Problem with RDP on Terminal Server on Server 2003

I have a problem with a Terminal Server on a Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition server.

The server gave some network problems so I had to reset the ip interface (netsh reset int ip). I think this was because some registry keys where missing. I saw in the registry that ControlSet002 is in use.
I checked the DWORDS  fDisableCdm, fDisableLPT, fDisableClip in the HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet00x\Control\Terminal Server \Wds and \WinStations

The Terminal Server is working fine now, but users cannot map a device/printer/clipboard (this is selected in the RDP Client).
There is no error in the eventlog.
I checked the group policies, but this is not the problem.
I checked the DWORDS  fDisableCdm, fDisableLPT, fDisableClip in the HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet00x\Control\Terminal Server \Wds and \WinStations, but this is also not the problem.

Can someone help me with this problem?
td_apdAsked:
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IanThCommented:
have you restarted the server?
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td_apdAuthor Commented:
Yes, I restarted the server several times.

There where also problems with Windows Installer, I had to reregister the Installer in save mode.
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rmtactasCommented:
have you checked file and printer sharing is enabled on the nic
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td_apdAuthor Commented:
File and Printer sharing is enabled.
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td_apdAuthor Commented:
I reinstalled the server, the problem is solved.
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