If you have such a case, please report your findings here. It does not mention Windows XP, but applies to XP as well.Antivirus Software May Cause Event ID 2011 (Q177078) Thanks Hans!
And don't forget to reboot after each change, because only that makes the new value effective. Please add a comment below to report which value you used to make it work.
If you find the time to experiment, please report the lowest value that worked.
I could see the shared external USB HD drives, but I couldn't access them via workgroup. Not enough server storage is available to process this command." I had also installed Avast Antivirus right after the upgrade, so I can't be sure if SP3 was the root cause of my issue. I had Seagate Disk Wizard installed, but haven't used it since 2007.
Days of personal troubleshooting, trolling websites, downloading patches...fruitless. Didn't even have to reboot..restarted server service. And everything worked fine until the installation a couple of weeks ago of this otherwise excellent backup program.
Certain software, when installed on the server, also causes this error.
One frequent culprit is Some reports state that only uninstalling solves the problem.
Windows 7 gave me a lengthy explanation message beginning with "Not enough server storage is available ...".
The culprit turned out to be Norton Anti Virus, which I just installed on all of our home computers last month.
All computers run xp pro with file sharing enabled.