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connect win 2000 to win server 2003

Discussion in 'Networking' started by cheeky_girl, Feb 7, 2007.

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  1. cheeky_girl

    cheeky_girl Thread Starter

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    Hi all...

    I have a problem with the connection between win 2000 (client) and win server 2003 server)... I have mapped the network drive and set to be reconnect automatically to the server... however everytime.. I log off or restart the computer (client).. it always asks the suername and password to connect to server... :confused: I have no idea what's going on and how to fix it... it's so annoying... :mad:

    Help me please.....


    Thanks before ;)
     
  2. gurutech

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    Is the W2K (client) added to the 2K3 domain? Is the 2K3 server a domain controller, or a standalone server?
     
  3. cheeky_girl

    cheeky_girl Thread Starter

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    The network is a workgroup not a domain... The other computers using win xp are working well with the server... only the computers using win 2000 aren't...
    It's a stand-alone server...
     
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