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1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run
2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
SYSTEM
CurrentControlSet
Services
Lanmanserver
Parameters
4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

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Follow these steps to check for problems on the machine you cannot access.
1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run

2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
SYSTEM
CurrentControlSet
Services
Lanmanserver
Parameters
4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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