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Event ID: 2511 Source: Server

The server service was unable to recreate the share <share name> because the directory <drive>:\<directory> no longer exists.
This event occurred when the server was unable to access the I-SCSI SAN whithin the specified time frame. Setting "Automatically restore this connection when the system boots" in the iSCSI Initiator in Control Panel solved the problem. See ME870964 for assistance.
If this event is generated and the directory has not been deleted, check the NTFS permissions. Check the account under whose context the service runs. You must give the proper NTFS permissions to this user.
This event can appear if LANSource Fax Software is not properly uninstalled. The problem can also appear for other 3rd Party Fax Software. See Captaris Support Answer ID 1277 for more details.
As per Microsoft: "Create a shared resource through Cluster Administrator, or correct the problem of the missing directory. Check file dates and version numbers of RPC files in the System32 directory. Make sure that the information matches that from the file in the service pack in use or in any hotfixes that you have applied". See the link to "Windows Cluster Service Troubleshooting and Maintenance" to download the original white paper.
Run "net share <share name> /delete" to delete the share, or recreate the directory <path>\<share name>.

This message is generated if you delete a directory before removing the share that points to the directory. Check the following Microsoft articles for more details: ME124170, ME264241, ME290097, and ME302829.

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