We have an existing SBS2000 Server. Evereything worked fine until 4 days ago.
Currently we cannot logon locally with any username. We can see all the
shares on the server through the network (from a PC not joined to the
domain), but cannot access any of these shares, the following error:
"\\computername\sharename is not accessible. You might not have permission to
use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find
out if you have access permissions. Logon failure: account currently
When trying to logon from the console the following error appears: "The
system could not log you on (533). Please try again or consult your system
When trying to logon on through the network from mostly Windows XP Pro
workstations no error messages appear. The following error occur after logon
and upon trying to access a network resource: "An error occurred while
reconnecting U: to \\servername\sharename. Microsoft Windows Network: The
device name is already in use. The connection has not been restored."
Remote Desktop Connection also fails (did work previously) with the
following error: "The client could not connect to the remote computer. Remote
connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to accept
new connections. It is also possible thatnetwork problems are preventing your
I can connect remotely to the server's computer management console. I copied
the Event log errors into a text document which I will post on request.
Services running on the server: Exchange (not working); ISA (working) and
File (not working).