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Cannot map network

Cannot map network

Cannot map network

I am trying to get 2 computers to read each other's drives. One has no problem but I get the following error message with the other.
The mapped network drive could not be created because the following error has occurred. Not enough server storage is available to process this command.

I had this problem a few years ago and have done all that was suggested then including altering the IRPStackSize size. Cannot think of anything else to try.  

RE: Cannot map network

May I suggest you post this in the forum for the version of windows you are using.  As this has nothing at all to do with Hardware.

forum1726: Microsoft: Windows 7
forum779: Microsoft: Windows XP Pro

With that said, have you applied the irpstacksize fix to both computers?

It seems to be a common issue as far as google results show. And most are resolved by changing the irpstacksize on the computer you are trying to map the network drive from, and not the computer that actually displays the error message.  

Phil AKA Vacunita
Ignorance is not necessarily Bliss, case in point:
Unknown has caused an Unknown Error on Unknown and must be shutdown to prevent damage to Unknown.

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