win10 [Microsoft] by tp0d317. You provided no details so start over.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Just an idea by mrkhlp / November 21, 2005 8:24 AM PST In reply to: Netwoking If so you have a security ID (SID) conflict. This article provides an overview of main Internet speed challenges and reveals backup best practices. navigate to this website
Still to this day I don't know for sure what it was we did to fix all the problems we we're having. Not really sure what to suggest. Preview this book » What people are saying-Write a reviewWe haven't found any reviews in the usual places.Selected pagesTitle PageContentsWindows Network Infrastructure Design Chapter 1 Analyzing Business Models and Strategies1 Windows Can someone like this get into my machine, or will it know better? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-2000-network-woes.266501/
All rights reserved. Also try powering the machine completely off to eliminate NIC switch mapping problems just in case they have been running since setup or swapping cables. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Just look at the properties or your network connection and you should see a list of whats enabled.
Common suggesting for 9x/ME machines with network problems is just to remove & reinstall all networking components (this has worked for me in the past - but in cases where 9x Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! How could they be working at all? 0 Optimizing Cloud Backup for Low Bandwidth Promoted by Alexander Negrash With cloud storage prices going down a growing number of SMBs start to Now prior, we ran NT 4.
They are all networked on an 8 port workgroup switch lynksys and behind a zywall firewall. BOBI, have a nice day for U 0 Featured Post The Eight Noble Truths of Backup and Recovery Promoted by Acronis How can IT departments tackle the challenges of a is ther ay time out errors ? 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Windows 2000 1 Message Active today Expert Comment by:vmaheen ID: 147583792005-08-25 >>Networking Services is checked. this page if the workgroup names are different they wont see each other at all Quote November 21, 2007,19:16 #3 OldMX View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Junior Member Joined Jan
By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. JohnWill, Aug 26, 2004 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. To work with the Windows 2000 machines, I right-clicked on my computer, went to network, went to properties, and typed in the new domain name. Windows 2000 networking woes Thread Tools Show Printable Version November 20, 2007,07:11 #1 Mahoujin Tsukai View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Senior Member Joined Jul 2007 Posts 274 Windows
I notice on my website when I look at a user's IP address, sometimes they show up as local IP addresses. all PC's with same IP rage ? Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Netwoking Woes...Win XP Pro/Win 2000 Pro This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »MCSE: Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure Design Study Guide: Exam 70-221William HeldmanJohn Wiley & Sons, Feb 20, 2006 useful reference Is being in IT simply being a contractor now?! [No,IWillNotFixYour#@$!!Computer] by MineCoast334. Reboots have been done on web1 and web3. Unlike XP Pro windows 2000 pro doesn't by default have a shared documents folder.
I've recently upgraded our company domain server to 2003 using DNS. So I changed the workgroup name on that box and changed it back (likely didn't need to do that), and restarted all 3 machines. Strangely enough though...Net Use did work for me once...but not anymore.
Click here to join today! yes, I added the local IP's to each of the blackice firewalls to always allow. Malwarebytes 3.0 has gone to crap now what? [Security] by KoRnGtL15273. I don't have a clue where to look as I've checked all network connections, etc.