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  1. Raphael

    Raphael Thread Starter

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    I am working in a school, two servers, two domains.
    Computer on lab, named KIDS03, cannot connect to server.
    Changed its name, now it connects.
    Office when accessing its files, finds that they are read only, being accessed by KIDS03. But there is no KIDS03!! Not in their domain, and not in the lab!
     
  2. bassetman

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    Can you get an IP addy from KIDS03?
     
  3. scottosan

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    try nbtstat -a KIDS03
     
  4. Raphael

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    Thanks, buddies.
    Where am I supposed to doing these things, on the server? How would I check the ip for KIDS03? And where do I type nbstat-a, and what does it mean?
    Thanks again.
     
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  6. scottosan

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    You can do a nbtstat command from the DOS prompt from any PC on the domain.
     
  7. Raphael

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    OK, computers are being ghosted. First puter was KIDS03. All the office applications have KIDS03 as the user. GOT IT?
    I changed the user name on the computer, and explained that XP has the option to Share Workbooks. Voila!
     
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