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how can i "the specified network nameis no more available

Posted on 2010-11-30
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hi all i have a server 2003 r2 i can VNC on to it and also RDP but when i try to access through command with \\server name i get this message "the specified name is no longer available"

how can i fix this?
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Do you have any firewall or antivirus software installed on the server that may be blocking some network traffic?  Please see MS KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/961293
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i have tried that already but no luck, i have remove server from domain and re add it so see if that fix the issue. i will let you know in next 10 minutes
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You may also want to check and ensure your server service is still running as well.
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okay removing and adding in back to domain seems to resolve the issue.
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good
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Thanks,good to hear it's solved.  Have a great day!
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