1. On this server, you are unable to access shares on other computers.
2. On other computers, you are unable to access shares on this server. You may receive this error:
The network location cannot be Reached. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help.
3. If you run IPCONFIG, it shows "Netbios over Tcpip" as disabled. However, in the Network card properties GUI, the "Netbios over Tcpip" option is displayed as Enabled.
4. If you run NetDIAG on this server, you see messages like the following:
Redir and Browser test . . . . . . : Failed
List of transports currently bound to the Redir
[FATAL] Unable to retrieve transport list from Redir.
5. If it is a Domain Controller, DCDiag shows many tests failings with Win32 Error code 1231. For example:
An net use or LsaPolicy operation failed with error 1231,
Win32 Error 1231.
6. If it is a WINS server, when you try to open the WINS console, the error "Cannot find the WINS server" appears.
2. Please find if the "TransportBindName" value exists. If either of them does not exist, create it. If either one is incorrect, change the data. The values should be like this:
3. Under the same registry key, if you find the "SMBDeviceEnabled" value exists and is 0, it means Direct Hosting is disabled. You may change it to 1 to turn on it unless there are requirements that this should be disabled.
120642 TCP/IP and NetBT configuration parameters for Windows 2000 or Windows NT
940684 Error message when you try to connect to a file server by using an alternative NetBIOS name in Windows Server 2003: "No network provider accepted the given network path"
searching keywords: Netdiag Network cannot reached system error 53 ERROR_NETWORK_UNREACHABLE nbt
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Article ID: 946937 - Last Review: Dec 29, 2007 - Revision: 1