|03 Jun 2012||#2|
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I don't know why this Thread is marked as Solved, but I will still give it a shot anyway.
When trying to connect to your SBS 2003's network drive, have you tried accessing the server thru it's IP Address and Server Name? For example: \\10.10.0.15\shareddrive or \\ServerName\shareddrive.
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