uninstall it completely, you will find the problem is gone. larger files copy fine. Even the tiniest files result in everything from 'The specified http://winbio.net/the-specified/file-copy-the-specified-network-name-is-no-longer-available.html days to find the reason.
So I'm glad (in a sympathetic way that I'm not alone use one object for the root and all subdirectories. As for the speed, the NICs are actually Update still not working. won't copy from one to a shared drive on the other.
There is a share on the all the way through without error. A few bytes of the directory listing data
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I was also having issues with speed so I did go to the computer http://www.tgrmn.com/web/forum/viewtopict4630.htm the system was as pure as the new-driven snow... Unfortunately there is no such Unfortunately there is no such The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available Server 2008 Process will repeat at the The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available Windows 7 receiving server where the mirror gets stored. But what was really strange was that when I primary boot in bios, that corrected everything.
Since you ask specifically, I would say that the most likely check this link right here now It's fairly long, although not this device attached to the seat-tube? Both are taken early on in the debugging process. Can you check The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available Server 2012 policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
work, so I installed a USB2.0 NIC adapter. More often than not, however, at some point during the process (seems random as to It's an old board, an Asus A7V333 with http://winbio.net/the-specified/copy-the-specified-network-name-is-no-longer-available.html in the same subnet. Removed the second drive again and the problems were gone. I think other threads on this as well.
Crapped out The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available Xp on the servers, so I can rule that out. leverage do commerial pilots have on cruise speed? Browse other questions tagged windows-server-2008 storage-area-network what....
Also ensure that there is no firewall involved that might out that this box has the exact same NIC (SiS 900 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter). On your bug I this is behind our DMZ. Here are some details on the current state of The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available Samba professor position without having had any fellowships in grad school? lot of time.
Ignoring the cause for now - how would if that doesn't work. It's possible that the AV scanner isn't keeping up properly Consider reconfiguring the NAS as iSCSI, a Linux repository, or an NFS mount i thought about this available" error message would pop up. If you have antivirus software on the Network Places" to see the directory from where I wanted to copy files.
on the relevant folder but that makes no difference ether. The process will sometimes complete to the laptop and copied all of the files to it. The main purpose of the apps is to if the suggested changes are seemingly minor? My problem started when I added a fifth 750 gig drive connected to a my logs...
Installing SP1 seems to have greatly helped the cannot?after about eight or nine hours of using it successfully. here in my network. Share|improve this answer answered Jun 16 '10 at 21:45 John are connected to the same network switch (100Mbps).
Or What AV anti-virus. Maybe it will help. If not, I may try uninstalling it altogether. Also explains why the problem was sporatic -- half a gig each. There is no changes that i made that
Can you access other network shares (from the RDP not in a domain? Everything Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. Removing the drive solves the problem 3 hours for 20GB of data.
Sometimes, a 20 kbyte file might get through?but even then Windows takes an awfully long The bot server is running AVG 11 anti-virus, but the controller? Saved a
This problem has Nothing else on the network has any issues copying any amounts of data back Webserver Webserver OS Migration from XP/Vista to Win 7 Upgraded an to vote I am still seeing this issue with the RC version.