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server is not configured for transaction

By adel_ibrahim ·
Hi
I have win2k server as a domain and around 50 clients (windows xp .and 9 suddenly I found that the 98 client can?t log on to the domain any more and they receive a message that the domain password is wrong ?.but the xp client can log on but if I try to browse
The domain from my network places I receive a message that
?The server is not configured for transactions? ?I checked my server and a found that I lost the IPC$ administrative share and I reinstall it by editing the registry on my server and its back ?but I am still having the same problem??..
Can any one help me please???????
Thanks?

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by w2ktechman In reply to server is not configured ...

Look to see if this reg. entry is there, if it is, remove it and reboot. This entry will keep the ADMIN$ from starting on bootup, and so no other $ share will work properly.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\AutoShareWks

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by adel_ibrahim In reply to

thanks for your reply...
do you mean that i left the reg.entry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Se rvices\LanmanServer\Parameters\AutoShareserver with value 1 (one)as it's now.. and i delete the other one (AutoShareWks)?????
some advice me to install the letest servece back....do you think this can help?????
thanks......

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by w2ktechman In reply to server is not configured ...

It wouldnt have been left, it would have been placed. I recently found this to be an issue (that is how I found out about it) on a new batch of images. If it was on your server, it would have to have been placed there. If it is there, remove it.
Another thing to try is
netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt
This will reset your TCP/IP to the default state when loaded. Also, you can view the resetlog to view all of the registry changes. It is much faster than uninstalling and reinstalling tcp/ip

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