Cannot connect to printers or network share

I have a member server running Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 and recently after a reboot I got an RPC Server unavailable error and users were not able to log onto the terminal server.  It was fixed by adding this registry fix:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server
IgnoreRegUserConfigErrors =Dword:1

But once I logged in I realized this server cannot access shared printers and folders.  In event viewer, I'm seeing the following but not sure if this is really the issue.
Userenv : ID 1030
Userenv : ID 1058
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hamza_ajCommented:
this is maybe can happen if you have a cracked OS.

do you have a cracked windows server 2003?
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randy915Author Commented:
Fully legit license.
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randy915Author Commented:
Ok I found the solution.

The server was compromised by a virus and it disabled NetBIOS in my IPv4 TCP/IP settings.  I also had to make sure TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper  service was started and set to Automatic.
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randy915Author Commented:
Found my own solution.
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