To understand what a network error is the basics must be examined. The first thing to examine is what a network is. A network is just a bunch of computers connected to each other. This can be done with the internet a Lan transfer or even a simple cord connecting several computers. Now we know what a network is the next thing to figure out is what the error is. As there are many different types of errors the quickest way to learn about what the error is related to is to determine what the error is saying.
Here are some examples of what the error codes might be related to:
“You may not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Network path was not found.”
If this is the error code that you are receiving then there is type of errors relating to either the connection to the internet or network. The other reason that this error message might appear is if the information or data attempted to be accessed requires a certain level of security or group that you are not included in.
If you get an error code with Access denied in it then it is exactly how it sounds. The network error is caused by incorrect attempts at information that you are not allowed to view. This network error can be resolved by ensuring the permissions on your account are set to the appropriate level.
“An extended error has occurred”
If this is the network error that is being displayed if you are attempting to contact a network that has not correctly synced the proper time/date with the system and the server. To do this the connection must be manually set to check the time and date within the network.
“No permission to access the resources”
If this network error is appearing the issue might again be related to the set permissions of your profile. To resolve this network error make sure that your permissions are set to the appropriate levels.
“Login unsuccessful: The user name you typed is the same as the user name you logged in with.”
This is a network error with the name that attempted to login. This is usually related to a DNS issue that must be manually resolved.