This has got to be one of the weirdest issues I have ever run into.



I have a bunch of servers and I normally just access them using UNC but I
have one server that I can not access if I have the MS Client installed.
Somehow it must think this server is a Win box.



If I use

\\fs03\vol1

I receive an error: \\fs02\vol1\is not accessible. You may not have
permission. Contact your admin. The network path was not found.



I get the same thing with sys volume, but I can access \\fs03\_admin



I can access any other server using UNC



My login script will map the drive. MAP T:=.FS03_VOL1.CIVIC.CTY:



If I use the IP address like \\192.168.1.6\vol1 it works



Now if I remove the MS Client and File sharing I can access the server with
UNC.



I have tried to go through the registry and remove references to fs03 that
did not involve installation paths.



It would be much of a big deal, except this is also the system I use to
manage my Zen apps which most reside in fs03 and use UNC paths to connect,
so C1 always gives me errors.





Any Ideas?



Jordack