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not enough server storage to process this command

Posted on 2010-09-23
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hi all,

i am trying to RDPobn to my remote server 2k3 and i am getting this message

"Not enough server storage to process this command"

now i have checked the microsoft support page which says increase IRPStackSize and i did but roblem is still there.

any other ideas?????

thank you in advance
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by:tdcs
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Have a look at what service pack is installed and install the latest SP.
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I find that the Antivirus console, or firewall can cause a lack of communications to the server and cause this error. I know it sounds odd, but it happens most of the time with the Antivirus console.
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excellent
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