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I lost access to my server after i did a clean for maleware. I can ping the server but i lost my mapped drive to the server. I try to remap it but everytime i try and browse to the server i get that error.
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by:JWong007
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Can you be more specific about your error?  What is the event log showing?
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tio_valenz earned 0 total points
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I ran a repair disc and it fixed it.
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Glad to hear that.
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by:tio_valenz
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Thanks! But i figured that maybe the maleware might of shut of some services like netbios or rpc but i couldn't figure it out. So I just ran a repair thinking the maleware did some kinda damage.
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I figured it out on my own.
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