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Clutch Cargo

Can only share files in one direction...

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Hi Guys,Wanted to throw this out to you fellow simmers who are also pretty good at simple home network set-ups. Simply put, I have a desktop and a laptop both running XP Pro through a wired network via a router. I use 'Simple File Sharing'. Use to work fine for months but now I can only share a drive(s) on my laptop. But when I try to share a drive on my desktop I get an error message (don't have the exact error message in front of me), from the laptop basically say I don't have permission and then a strange line that says I don't have enough room on the server?... or something to that effect. I will get the exact wording later today but thought I would through this out for now.I did re-create a new workgroup and can see both PCs on th workgroup just fine. I will try a few more things.any ideas?thx,Clutch

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Here's the error message:"Drive "X" is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the network resource. Contact the administrator of this resource to find out if you have access permission.Not enough server storage is available to process ths command."The last sentence is what caught my attention????Anybody seen this before?

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Here's the error message:"Drive "X" is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the network resource. Contact the administrator of this resource to find out if you have access permission.Not enough server storage is available to process ths command."The last sentence is what caught my attention????Anybody seen this before?
Update - OK, I think I found my issue and my answer:"Not enough server storage is available to process this command is a message that you can receive when you try to access a shared resource on a network. The Event ID: 2011 may also be written referring to the configuration parameter IRPStackSize. If the IRPStackSize is not present in the Registry the default value which may not be large enough for the server service to administer shared folders on some of the physical drives.To solve this problem open the Registry and navigate to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ lanmanserver \ parameters and check if the string IRPStackSize exists. If it does not exist create a new Dword with the name IRPStackSize.The default value for this Dword is 18 and you should raise the value by adding 3 to it. The first value for IRPStackSize would be 21. Reboot your computer and see if that solved the problem. If you still get the error message add 3 again and reboot your computer again.The maximum size for IRPStackSize is 50."

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