I have a PC using a PCI adapter Microsoft MN-130 and a laptop using a Linksys wireless card and a linksys router which then connects to my DSL Modem. My home network works for the most part. Both computers can access the internet and both computers can … Discussion Thread by WGB001 in Networking
… computers on the network - from MyNetworkPlaces in your start menu (or… Reply by garycib
11 Years Ago
… network. i went to the mynetworkplaces - windowsnetwork and was able to… Discussion Thread by sbn in Networking
10 Years Ago
… network. i went to the mynetworkplaces - windowsnetwork and was able to… Discussion Thread by sbn in Networking
Are you pinging the server by there FQDN's (Full Qualified Domain Names) or ip address? If it is by FQDN I would try the IP's to rule out a DNS problem. Also does your DC have itself listed as the fist DNS server under your tcp/ip properties? Have you … Reply by zelkea
10 Years Ago
… network. i went to the mynetworkplaces - windowsnetwork and was able to… Discussion Thread by sbn in Networking
-this showed up when i use nslookup C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.SECURITYSERVER>nslookup terminal-01 *** Can't find server name for address 192.168.0.2: Non-existent domain Server: UnKnown Address: 192.168.0.2 Name: terminal-01.BIEx.net … Reply by sbn
10 Years Ago
… network. i went to the mynetworkplaces - windowsnetwork and was able to… Discussion Thread by sbn in Networking
[quote=sbn]-this showed up when i use nslookup C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.SECURITYSERVER>nslookup terminal-01 *** Can't find server name for address 192.168.0.2: Non-existent domain Server: UnKnown Address: 192.168.0.2 Name: terminal-01.… Reply by zelkea
10 Years Ago