The server is not configured for transactions

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Albert Zulu, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. Albert Zulu

    Albert Zulu Guest

    I have a setup of a small network with Windows 2000
    Advanced server with 20 win Prof machines. I am able to
    see all the old shares on my server from the workstaions
    using My network places. When I try to access the server
    from the work stations, I have a error message: "The
    server is not configured for transactions"

    How do I sort this problem out.

    Regards
    Albert Zulu, Oct 12, 2004
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  2. At the command prompt on the server try " net share IPC$ " or try to
    uninstall and reinstall file and print sharing. Also look in Event Viewer
    for any possible pertinent errors and make sure you run a full virus scan on
    it with the latest virus definition files.--- Steve


    "Albert Zulu" <> wrote in message
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    >I have a setup of a small network with Windows 2000
    > Advanced server with 20 win Prof machines. I am able to
    > see all the old shares on my server from the workstaions
    > using My network places. When I try to access the server
    > from the work stations, I have a error message: "The
    > server is not configured for transactions"
    >
    > How do I sort this problem out.
    >
    > Regards
    Steven L Umbach, Oct 12, 2004
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