When you access shares on a computer running Windows NT Server from a Windows NT
client and the IRPstackSize parameter is set too low on the server, you may
receive the error message. In the server event log, you will probably see
Event ID: 2011
The server’s configuration parameter
“irpstacksize” is too small for the server to use a local device. Please
increase the value of this parameter.
Event ID: 0
Description: Description for Event ID 0 could
not be found. It contains the insertion string \device\LanManServer
To resolve, increase IRP stack size:
Value: 0x4default, range=0x1-0xC
An error message on the server, on the other hand, stating that there is not
enough disk space to run a service when there is plenty of DASD is caused by
having mixed network components from the original install and an update. Easyily
fixed by reapplying the lastest service pack you are using.