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Copying file brings up a message "insufficient system resources exist to complete requested service"

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Hello All,
Oddest thing. Copying a folder from one server to another. I get a message that says "insufficient system resources exist to complete requested service". I rebooted both servers, turned of the AV. Checked SMB signing, etc. Pagefile sizes are good. The hard drives have no errors. What is this message? Both servers have 32 gigs of RAM, plenty of hard drive space, are current with updates. The only thing I can think of is the file being copied has the a name in Chinese. Since I do not have the Chinese language pack installed, the file shows up as □□□□□.pdf.
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Also please be sure to check your event logs to see what errors are captured when the copy is attempted.

If there is an error in the event log, that would definitely help to more easily find the culprit.
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Can you rename the file to some shorter name and try to copy it?
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