Here is the scenario
I work with a domain which has both thin clients and computers attached to it. Because of security and the ICT policies that are in place, it is not possible for the thin client users to have USB access.
To resolve this we have bought one of the USB anywhere devices so that our users can open pictures/data from a USB device VIA the network.
Our servers are WS2003R2 and the client devices us WinXPSP3.
My plan was to give the Anywhere USB device a DNS record and attatch it to one of our servers. This has worked and the USB drives can be seen locally on the server.
However Because I require normal user access to the files I need to share the folder out to our domain users so that it is visible. When I share the devices I get the following error when trying to view the share:
Not Enough Server Storage Is Available to Process This Command
I have googled this error and followed the Microsoft “fix” which has not worked. When I attatch the USB storeage locally to any domain machine and share the directory I can see the files.
Has any one encountered this issue because I am beginning to run out of ideas.