I have two Windows 2000 member servers running on a mixed mode Windows
2000 domain. We have both Windows 2000, XP, Win 9X, and Windows NT
client systems running on our network. The two Windows 2000 file
servers (both member servers) are accessed by all sorts of clients.
From what I can tell both systems are setup identically (though there
must be something different). The problem is that Win 9x and Window NT
systems cannot map directories on one of the servers while they can
map directories on the other server.
If a Win 9X or Win NT client system tries to map a share on the system
using the IP address it can map it just fine. However if they attempt
to map the server using the SYSTEM name I get the following error:
"error 53: the computer name specificed in the network path cannon be
located. Make sure you are specifiying the computer name correctly, or
try again later when the remove computer is available."
Windows 2000 systems have no problem accessing this particular
computer. Do you have any idea what may be the cause of this.