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wasiu
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« on: May 04, 2004, 01:04:10 PM »

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Can anyone help solving this problem?

I have a windows NT 4.0 server and win98 workstations in my network.
I later added three compaq evo systems running windows 2000pro to the network.

Initially, the systems communicate for about three month without any problems but recently, the systems with windows 2000pro couldn't see their peers. But funny enough, they browse the net.

A friend said I should install the netbios on each of the systems, though it works but another problem emerged. They (win2000pro) shutsdown at interver with the message
"The windows will shutdown soon, any unsave file will be lost. This shutdown is initialted by NT AUTHORITY" with code 128.

The question, if the system could communicate with peers without netbios at first intallation, Why the netbios.

What could have been responsible for the shuting down of the system

How do I solve the shuting down problem

I am confused, can anyone help me out.
it's urgent


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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2004, 09:55:58 PM »

check your machine for viruses sounds like blaster or sasser.
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