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Determining the Cause of an "MRxSmb 3034" Warning
Article ID: 263142 - View products that this article applies to.
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If your computer cannot connect to a resource on the network, you may see one or more warnings in the System event log with event ID 3034 and a source of MRxSmb (MRxSmb is the Server Message Block, or SMB, mini-redirector in Windows 2000, with secure SMB capabilities). The description for the event is:
The redirector was unable to initialize security context or query context attributes.
This event is logged when the redirector is unable to make a secure SMB connection to another computer. To determine what actually caused the problem, examine the event log: