Windows Thread, Adding To Domain: Not enough Server Storage is available to process the command in Technical; I have tried searching for this, and not had a lot of luck on it.
Server 2k3 (winsuite somewhere in ...
11th February 2010, 11:17 AM #1
Adding To Domain: Not enough Server Storage is available to process the command
I have tried searching for this, and not had a lot of luck on it.
Server 2k3 (winsuite somewhere in the mix), I'm attempting to add a laptop to the domain, and keep getting the error:
This is the 3rd of 3 laptops I've done in a short space of time, the first two added fine, this third one refuses to add. Laptops are Toshiba, Windows 7.
"The following Error occurred attempting to join the domain "XXXXX":
Not enough Server storage is available to process the command"
Server does not have a problem with storage, 46/68gb on C, 112/120gb on the 2nd drive. Memory wise, just over half the memory usage.
Have rebooted the server, and the pc with the problem a couple of times each (I'm not rebooting the server again unless I REALLY have to; I have an occasional/regular problem of server not coming back up after a reboot, and it having to do a check/repair on it's raid array, which takes 6-8 hours)
I have applied the fix as suggested here Not enough server storage is available to process this command?
before the last reboot, and still no joy on this.
Anyone else got some ideas, cos I'm running out of them, and the will to live trawling dozens of Google pages that have nothing to do with the problem.
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11th February 2010, 04:29 PM #2
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Any errors in the event log of the server or workstation that might be a better idea of what the issue is?
11th February 2010, 07:34 PM #3
I initially thought it might be a IRPStackSize problem.
I used this to fix it once
Error message: "Not enough server storage is available to process this command"
Followed by a reboot it sorted it for me.
Last edited by Galway; 11th February 2010 at 07:37 PM.
12th February 2010, 03:42 PM #4
I had tried this with a value in the 'value' box of 30. I could try a higher value, but this fix appears to apply to older versions of Win Server?
I'm reluctant to reboot the server too often, as every time i've done so up till now, the thing hasn't come back online only after a fight, and the raid array throws a wobbly.
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