Error – Not Enough Server Storage is available to process this command

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Storage management
Veritas
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server clustering
Hello Group, We have two windows 2003 standard server with no service packs on which we have veritas cluster with Veritas Storage foundation HA 4.2. The two servers are in Clutered environment managed by veritas cluster server. The Storage to the servers is provided from SAN. We have a DFS cluster on this setup and a application uses this DFS to open the documents uploaded to the storage. The users who are using this application are constantly reporting that they are unable to view these documents, stating that they see NOT ENOUGH SERVER STORAGE IS AVAILABLE TO PROCESS THIS COMMAND. We checked microsoft support article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/225782/EN-US/ and made the necessary changes but still of no use!! The antivirus software installed on the machines is from ETRUST.

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I would suggest updating your servers to SP1 in the very least. We have several Windows 2003 serves with SP1 and have encountered minimal issues with the SP. Also, check compatibiliy listings w/SP1 just in case. ETrust (CA) is supported. The article you provided is for NT4 (Irpstacksize). This is not an issue here but some TCP and IPv6 issues have been addressed in SP1.

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    If you receive the subject or similar message, you may have a non-zero PagedPoolSize entry in the registry. Edit: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession ManagerMemory Management Set PagedPoolSize to 0. Reboot.
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    If you receive the subject or similar message, you may have a non-zero PagedPoolSize entry in the registry. Edit: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession ManagerMemory Management Set PagedPoolSize to 0. Reboot.
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