Nt4 workstation cannot map an I/P drive map to an NT4.0 Server. The connection is a dedicted circuits between Router A and Router B. I can ping this device. Netbouy is loaded on w/s and server. But everytime I try to map a drive to this server I get Network Not Found. Can this be a router related problem? Seems this problem started when we put ACL's to deny ICMP for the Microsoft virus. All ACL's have been removed since then.
You shouldn't need NETBEUI if you have TCP/IP connectivity between the server and client unless there is some other need for it. NETBEUI won't get transmitted by the routers.
If you can ping the server from the client but you cannot do an IP drive map, like net use k: \\192.168.1.1\share, that sounds like either an ACL issue or a windows issue. If you have removed all ACLs, try mapping a driver to the NT server *from* the NT server, to make sure the Server service is ok.
I would bounce the NT server and/or NT workstation also.
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