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problem with client computer in the client/server network windows server 2003

Discussion in 'Networking' started by gogi100, Aug 31, 2007.

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  1. gogi100

    gogi100 Thread Starter

    Aug 31, 2007
    i have the server with windows 2003 SP1 and i executed replication active directory, domain controller on the new server, as i have two servers. all expect one client computer work ok.onthe problematically computer is with the windows me.
    problem is:
    when i shut down old server,the computer with win me drop out from domain and he don't see new server.when i power on old server the client computer work ok.i deinstalled the win me on this computer and i installed to him win xp pro but problem is same. this computer don't see new server and he don't see others client computers in network.
    what i do?
    i tryed to make new user account but nothing i can't because of this computer don't see new server.
    on client computer light green indicator on network adapter (Realtek 8139d) all the time.
    i use commands: ping with the ip address of server, with the name of server nothing, ipconfig /release, ipconfig /renew, ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig /registerdns.

    ip address of old server is and new server
    maybe problem is when i type ipconfig in dosprompt on new server
    i receive: DNS server and DHCP

    plz help me thanks
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