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Sql Server request resulted in a bad return code

Sql Server request resulted in a bad return code

Sql Server request resulted in a bad return code

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I am getting the error
"a sql server request resulted in a bad return code or status but no error message was returned."
I get this error randomly at different machines connecting to SQL server 2005, on a fully patched windows 2000 server box. All the clients are windows xp pro and they are running sp2 and are patched aswell. When I connect to the data base on the server, sometimes I get this error, then I cannot log on to the sql server untill I logoff the client from the domain then log back on. At this point it will instantly connect. This is happining on most of the systems and happens everyday at random times. Any help is appreciated.
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