The drive could not be mapped because no network was found.

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    I have 2 domains in a school, Admin and Curric (.local) both running Windows 2003 Server SP1, latest Updates and Hotfixes.
    A router that I have no access to allows the Admin to map to and access Curric. Curric has NO access to Admin. A static mapping in the Admin WINS usually allows a drive to be mapped from Admin to Curric (but not in this instance).

    I created a 2 way trust between the domains but that didn’t work. Admin Side Trust and Curric Side Trust
    I added a Static Route, that didn’t work.
    I keep getting the Mapping Error (Using the Curric server’s IP displays the same error)
    Ipconfig /all looks ok.

    However Netdiag (second page in bold) has me concerned. I do not understand the reason why the Default Gateway Test fails.

    I have Internet access from both servers, there are no firewalls enabled on 2003 server and workstations can logon to their respective domains. I am stuck, any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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