Windows Server 2003 Stop Function on network

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Dear Firneds I am using Win Server 2003, it suddenly stop sharing in network while functioning correctly. Although i am getting response of ping very correctly if i tried same from client side but can not access the server from client side. I have to restart the Server to recontinue its function online on the network. Please reply me with the solution on my id gd.joshi@rediffmail.com I am waiting ...
ASKED: October 27, 2010  9:20 AM
UPDATED: November 4, 2010  8:53 AM

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It is better to use in-built utility tool to check server. The Windows 2003 Supports Tools consist of a number of command-line utilities, visual basic scripts, GUI based applications must install from a seperate application.
Once the installation is completed,
1. Click Start > Programs > Windows 2003 Support Tools to open the command prompt in the Program Files\Support Tools directory and start using them. All the GUI-based tools, along with the command line ones, can be found in the \Program Files\Support Tools folder (or whichever location you chose at installation). Some of tools u have to use to check the both server and client sides. Before doing anything it is good practice to take all of necessary data !

Filename: depends.exe
Format: Graphical User Interface
Description: Allows you to view all the dependencies of a file.

Filename: Exctrlst.exe
Format: Graphical User Interface
Description: Displays information about the programs that use the regsitry to provide performance counters

Filename: netdiag.exe
Format: Command Line
Description: Troubleshoots network connectivity by running various tests on your configuration and displaying the results. This tool does not require any extra parameters.

Filename: netcap.exe
Format: Command Line
Description: Acts as a packet sniffer by using Network Monitor to capture packets and log them to a file

Filename: nitest.exe
Format: Command Line
Description: Queries the status of trusts; lists primary domain controllers; forces a shutdown and forces a user database in syncronization

Filename: portqry.exe
Format: Command Line
Description: Allows you to troubleshoot TCP and UDP ports. This helps to determine the state of any given port.
a) If you type portqryt -n computer_name -e port_number the name will be resolved to the ip address and the port number will be queried.

Filename: spcheck.exe
Format: Command Line

U may try the above dos and don’t dos for rectify ur problems !

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  • carlosdl
    Please provide more details. Does this happen from all of your client machines ? Have you checked the event logs ? Did you change something (hardware, software, configuration) on the server recently ? Do you have a good antivirus running on your network ?
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  • jinteik
    Allow me to add on. 1. Do you have a firewall blocking too? 2. If your client cannot access the shared, maybe you check if your "Computer Browser" for both the server and client is "Started" "Automatic"
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  • GaurangJoshi
    [...] Windows Server 2003 Stop Function on network 27 Oct 2010. Click Start > Programs > Windows 2003 Support Tools to open the command prompt in the Program FilesSupport Tools directory and start using Windows Server 2003 Stop Function on network [...]
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