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server not configured for transactions

By AdrianC ·
Hi

In a windows 2000 professional/ 2000 server environment when you try to connect to another workstation on the domain you recieve the following error message: "The server is not configured for transactions"

Please help

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by mikex In reply to server not configured for ...

Error Message:
The server is not configured for transactions.

Explanation:
The specified server is not configured to accept the command you typed.

User Action:
Ask your network administrator if the server is configured properly. The administrator may choose to share the server's IPC$ resource to correct this problem.

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by AdrianC In reply to

Way to copy technet - Already tried that. Cheers

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by NTOz In reply to server not configured for ...

Check the system for the MSBlastWorm or varients, Ive seen where this message came up when the system was infected. Just becase a system has virus protection, doesnt mean it was infected anyway. Many systems get infected prior to signatures being released, often times virus protection gets disabled, expires or has other problems as well.

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by AdrianC In reply to

I have scanned the server - no viruses, all clients are up to date and scanned. Any other ideas? Thanks for you help.

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by mikex In reply to server not configured for ...

First make sure all computers have the file and sharing protocol installed

make sure all your computers are in the same domain/workgroup

make sure NetBIOS is over tcp/ip

Right click network neighborhood> properties> right click local area network > properties> Tcp/ip > properties> advanced> WINS> Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP

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by sushil_negi2003 In reply to server not configured for ...

add the ipx/spx netbios compatible protocol
to get through the problem

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