Windows Server 2008 Error Code 0×80070035

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The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: Whenever I try to access anything on the network, I get this error message: Network Error Windows cannot access \ShareServerShare Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found. I'm using Windows Server 2008. Any other computer can access it just fine; it seems to be isolated to my machine only.

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We would need more information about “my machine”. Is XP Pro, XP Home, Vista **** Edition, etc? This can help us pinpoint what the problem could be.

If it’s an Not found issue, I would look at your network settings as per DNS, dns suffixes, hostnames. this may lean towards where the problem could be.

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  • mshen
    Try pinging to the address. If you can ping to the IP address, but not to the DNS name, it is your DNS settings.
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  • TonyMPaskitti
    I have the same issue. I cannot map a network drive however I am successful mapping to the same location from other machines. If I do a run command, the folder opens up no problem. I have two mapped drives that appear in the computer directory but have red x over them, cannot be accessed.
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