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Old 10-15-2003, 06:29 AM
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Angry Network scanning error

Hello!

First of all, sorry my bad english. I need your help.

We have a network, one Windows 2000 Server and approximately 20 Windows 2000 Workstation on it. The network is TCP/IP-based. We don't use another protocol at all. On the one PC there is switch an Umax Astra 2400S type network scanner, in SCSI port. The scanner is shared by the help of VistaScan VistaAccess Network Scanner Server. On every PC's of the network, the network scanning works perfectly, excluding one PC, which I had reinstall 2 months ago. Every software is like another PC. When I start Vistascan Network Scanner Manager on this workstation, these errors come up:

VUDCLI32.DLL
Ncb_bridge field not 00 or 01.
Try select [NetBEUI] or [Netbios over IPX/SPX] to be the default protocol in network setup. Netbios Driver Command 0x30 Error Code 0x23

ERROR
Network Access Fail

I checked up the error in the Internet, in the Umax homepage too, I have tried which they advised, but I failed of success. On this Windows 2000 Workstation the network scanning doesn't work.

Which I have tried:
- Install NetBeui protocol, change the order of protocol bindings, ahead NetBeui, restart computer.
- Uninstall network card, restart machine without network card. Reinstall whole network components.
- Reinstall VistaScan software.
- Uninstall TCP/IP Protocol, restart computer, install NetBeui, restart, install TCP/IP, restart, uninstall NetBeui, restart.
- Remove the PC from Domain, restart, add to Domain, restart.
During that time I tried to start Network Scanner Manager. The error message still persists Please help me! What am I to do?

Any suggestions are very appreciated, thanks.
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Old 10-15-2003, 11:40 AM
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please give this a try. Replace the Network card and also change the port on the switch (plug it into another open port).

Also, check this registry key :
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\LanmanServer\Parameters]

for Null sharing, if the value is set to "0" them you should change it to "1".


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Old 10-16-2003, 08:10 AM
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Hi snowmonkey,

Excuse me, but I don't find this registry key, what you said. Within HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\lanmanserver\parameters key there are the following values:

autodisconnect (Dword)
CachedOpenLimit (Dword)
enableforcedlogoff (Dword)
enablesecuritysignature (Dword)
Guid (Binary)
Lmannounce (Dword)
NullSessionPipes (String)
NullSessionShares (String)
requiresecuritysignature (Dword)
Size (Dword)

The NullSessionShares value data is:
COMCFG DFS$
How do I change it from 0 to 1? Or do I create a new Dword here?

Thank you for your reply, snowmonkey. Momentarily I don't have another network card, so I couldn't try it On this machine the network works immaculately: the e-mailing with Outlook, the Internet, the access to the server, the printing, etc. excluding this damned scanning I spoke with the specialists of Umax network scanners, and they couldn't help me, they had shrug it away
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Old 10-16-2003, 11:54 AM
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mogyoro, I will look into it a bit further but at the mean time I wanted to know if you have read this on Umax site (See the link)

http://www.umax.co.uk/support/technotes/n005B.htm

http://ftp.systemservice.it/Driver/u...gic/README.TXT

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Old 10-20-2003, 09:19 AM
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Hi snowmonkey,

The second link I read before, and of course I tried it. No success The first link is super, I printed it, and I will try it tomorrow, when I go there. Thank you very much! What I will try some more, I'll run a software, called newsid, on this machine. I want to give a new SID to the computer. Probably it will help. Or not I'm interested in that registry key, what you said before. Have you found it? I'm enamoured of registry Snowmonkey, thank you ever so much for your help
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Old 10-22-2003, 03:54 AM
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Snowmonkey! Hi

Thank you for your help again.

Yesterday I followed up the described advices of the first link. I did many many things. Setting bindings order, installing NetBeui, installing IPX/SPX, clearing the whole network components, uninstalling the network card, removing the computer from domain, then adding to domain, geez! On the fly I tried the scanning permanently. Moreover I gave a new SID to the computer by the help of NewSID. I failed of success. It put me into a passion, so I formatted the drive, and reinstalled the whole system from zero, along with every little program. Now the network scanning works like a dream. I don't understand what was the problem, but the great thing is that it's working.

Thank you ever so much for your help. You are very friendly Thank you!
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