I have a network that consists of a server running windows 2003 server SP2, which has been dcpromo'ed to a Domain Controller. And 2 workstations both running WinXP Pro SP2. All machines have a static IP address set, and are all on the same subnet.
Both workstations have their windows firewall turned off, and even though they are off there is an exception to allow ICMP echo.
All machines are hard wired to a router. All machines have access to the internet.
From all machines I am able to run a nslookup command and get the proper information back using IP address, and hostname.
From the server I can ping workstation 2 and get a reply but cannot get a reply from workstation 1, I receive 'request timed out'
Workstation 1 is able to ping everything in the network, get to shared drives, and use remote desktop to any machine without a problem.
Workstation 2 can ping the server, get to the server's share, and remote into the server. It cannot ping or access anything on Workstation 2.
Running a 'net view' command on all machines will list all 3 machines.
I Have tried disconnecting all machines from the domain and reconnecting them and get the same error.
If anyone could shed some light on this issue it would be greatly appreciated.
If any other information is needed please let me know.