Since I upgraded to ZA Free 7.0.408.000 (from 7.0.something, don't remember what) on the machine on my home network that hosts files and printers, none of the other computers can access anything.
The other computers get an error message "[drive name] is not accessible.
You might not have permission to use this network resource.
Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.
Not enough server storage is available to process this command."
It worked earlier yesterday, then I upgraded ZA, now it doesn't work.
No other changes to the machine.
But it still happens if I shut down ZA.
Uninstalled ZA and the network worked fine.
Then installed ZA free 7.0.408.000 and got the same error message.
So I suspect something inside ZA Free itself.
On the computer with the new ZA, the Event Viewer does show an error 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."
This is also referenced on the web as the cause of the "not enough server storage" message.
The proposed solution is to increase the registry's IRPStackSize parameter, but mine is set to the maximum (0xffffffff - it was fffffffe before).
So that doesn't appear to be a solution for me.
I've added my home network to the trusted zone and still have the problem.
Temporarily made even the internet connection trusted, so that everything was in the trusted zone, but still had the problem.
The drives and printers are shared.
Does anybody else have ZA Free 7.0.408.000 working on a home peer-to-peer network?
Is there a formal way to bring this to the attention of CheckPoint, or do they monitor here?
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)