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EMC Unisphre not showing share drive (file system error)

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We have a EMC Unisphere for our file server. Yesterday the shared drive is showing "...is not accessible. The device is not ready." All of the drives appear up and running. A reboot did not resolve, same error message.
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by:Duncan Meyers
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Where are you seeing the error message? Within Unisphere or on a server or workstation?
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Both.
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by:Duncan Meyers
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Within Unisphere or on a server or workstation?

Can you post a screenshot of the error message please?
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Sorry, for security reasons, I am not allowed to post a screenshot. The Sys Ad working on this project has gone another route with deleting that drive and rebuilding it with a backup. Requesting to close this issue. Thanks for the assistance.
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Did not resolve this issue. SysAdmin working on the project took another route. Requesting this issue be closed.
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