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Unable to browse Netlogon and SysVol shares on remote serverv-No network provider accepted the given path

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Suddenly we cannot browse shares on servers at our remote site B from site a and vise versa, we can ping and send emails but when we try browsing we get the error:

No network provider accepted the given network path.

I get the following Directory Service Event IDs:
1566
1311
1865
1925
I re-created and verified Sites and services connections and verified DNS as well and there are no strange DNS Event IDs.
Please help urgently
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by:selimfelex
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1. Make sure you are able to ping the Workstation by FQDN
2. Simply Enable File and Print Sharing For Microsoft Networks From Properties of Local Area Connection.
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by:lanreo
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They're serves, we can ping and "File and Print Sharing For Microsoft Networks" is enabled for all of them , I even tried removing the check mark and re-enabling it....still no luck
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by:dfke
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Can you access them by IP ?

Check your shares, enable file and printer sharing. Check network policies. Change the Security Policy - Network security > LAN Manager authentication level > Send LM & NTLM responses.
Check services i.e. workstation service on the client and server service on the server.
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by:lanreo
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By policy, are you talking about Group Policy ?
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by:selimfelex
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yes dfke is talking about the send LM and NTLM setting in the defoault domain security policy
pls rechek them
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by:selimfelex
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try to run system file checker
sfc /scannow

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by:lanreo
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that keeps asking for SP2 cd, but when inserted, it still asks for the CD
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by:selimfelex
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Have you tried to change the sourcepath to a path which point to the i386 folder?

Or you can try to copy the i386 to c: instead.
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by:lanreo
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I copied the 386 to the C:\ but it still asks for the CD...
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by:lanreo
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I changed the sourcepath to C: from HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Setup
and I copied the i386 to C:\i386, but it still asks for the CD, please help urgently, this is the second day I'm battling with this issue
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try to download the SP2 and extract it to a specific location and point to the needed files
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