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Windows 2008 R2 File Share

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Dear Experts,

I have two Windows server on different subnets and domains - let's call them A.local and B.local.  I can ping both of them by IP, hostname and FQDN.  

When I "\\hostnameB\share" on A, I got "Windows cannot access \\hostname\share.  Check the spelling of the name.  Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network.  To try to identify and resolve network properties, click Diagnose.  Error code: 0x800004005 Unspecified error."

Everything works find if I do "\\hostnameA\share" from B.

I checked the firewall, virusscan and such... nothing work on A when trying to get to resources on B.  Could you please give me some clues?  Thanks.
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