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Network Path Errors

"Network path not found" in a domain network 1
"Network path not found" in a domain network 2
"Network path not found." in a domain network 3
"Network path not found" in a workgroup network - error 53
"Network path was not found" when pushing Symantec Endpoint to clients
No network provider accepted the given network path
System error 67 has occurred - The network name cannot be found


 

"Network path not found" in a domain network 1

SYMPTOMS: When trying to join a W2K/XP to a Windows 2000 domain by using he NetBIOS domain name, you are successful but not the FQDN and you may receive one of the following error messages:1) The following error occurred attempting to join domain "example.com": The network location cannot be reached. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help.  2) Network path not found.

RESOLUTION: This issue may occur if the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service is not running on the client computer. To start  the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service, go to MMS>Services, double-click TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service.

"Network path not found" in a domain network 2

Symptom: some w2k/xp can't join the domain randomly. The DNS server is multihomed server..

Resolution: You can find some computer browser errors on the DNS server. Disable one of two NICs will work. More resolutions can be found in browser Issue page.

"Network path not found" in a workgroup network - error 53

RESOLUTIONS:
1) Make sure that File and Printer Sharing is enabled on on the shared computer.
2) Make sure that shared machine has something shared.
3) Make sure that you have created the same workgroup and logon the same username if you try to access w2k/xp network.
4) Make sure that you have enabled NetBIOS over TCP/IP if this is a mixed OS network.

"Network path was not found" when pushing Symantec Endpoint to clients

Situation: When using Symantec Migration and Deployment Wizard to push the Endpoint to a client following this article:

How to push Symantec EndPoint Package to all clients

you may receive "Network path was not found" message.

Resolution: make sure no the firewall in client is disabled and File Sharing is enabled. To test file sharing is enabled or not, on the Endpoint server run \\clientip\c$. If you get error, the server can't push the installation.

 

 

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