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    Client OS is Windows XP Pro SP2 on a Pentium 4 3.0Ghz w/ 1GB RAM. Server OS is Windows 2003 Small Business Server SP1 w/ Xeon 3.8Ghz, 2GB RAM. I have about 75Gigs of free space on the network drive.

    The issue is that, whether from the server or desktop, I receive “There is not enough space on the disk” error when copying or moving files. This seems to happen when I copy many files. One or two files do not seem to cause a problem. It almost seems that I have a limited amount I can copy and then once I have reached the threshhold the error occurs. Like a quota, except we are not using file quotas.
    It does not matter if I copy from local hard drives to network drives or network to network. Even copying emails from outlook to the network will cause this.
    Once the error occurs, I cannot copy anything, even a 1k file, until I reboot the PC. Again, it seems like a limitation in memory or something.

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