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server connects to internet but workstation cant


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greener86

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Hi

Our server connects to the internet with no problems but 3 out of 5 workstations dont. Two workstations connect perfectly but the other 3 cannot access web sites. all settings are the same on the different workstations. We have checked server for spyware and virus's but has come up clean. Its a windows small business server 2003.
Any ideas or help greatly appreciated!!

Thanks g
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TheQuickBrownFox

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Hi greener 86,

Could you tell me more about how the workstations are connected with the server?
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Hi and thanks for the reply,

all the workstations connect directly into a 3com baseline switch which is connected directly to server and router.

Any other info u need just shout

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OK, can you please do the following for me?
For each computer:
1. Click on start->run.
2. Type in cmd. A window should appear.
3. In there, type ipconfig /all.
4. Right click anywhere inside the window and select MARK. That should allow you to highlight the text.
5. Highlight everything then copy and paste to your next post.
6. Do 1-5 for each computer.

This is just to get some more info on your workstations. :)
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