|Product:||Windows Operating System|
|Component:||Services for Macintosh|
|Message:||Not used Unable to start the router on adapter “%2” because a node could not be acquired.|
The server might be out of memory. Or, even though it is unlikely, the AppleTalk network might have too many computers in it. If this is the case, all the node addresses are in use by other computers.
Check the server’s available disk space. If the server requires more memory, try stopping other running applications and services. You might also need to remove unused files and applications from the server’s disk. If the disk has sufficient memory, try shutting down some other computers and then try starting the AppleTalk Protocol using the Devices option in Control Panel.