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Unable to logon onto windows 2000 workstation


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Microtech_John

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I'm upgrading a customers workstations. He is currently running windows 2000 on the stations and windows 2000 server on the server. I'm putting in new stations running windows xp pro. The problem I'm having is I cannot log on to his current workstations that are running windows 2000. I can ping the those stations and I can see the names of all the stations over the network but I cannot log on to them. I can get access to the server and all of it's files and I can access the new workstations from the any of the windows 2000 stations. But not the other way around.

any help would be greatly appreciated

thanks
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I'm upgrading a customers workstations

Hello,
I am sorry, but our terms of use do not allow us to help some one doing a "for profit" job.
We will be happy to help you with any personal not for pay issues that you have, but can not help you to do your paying jobs.
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You will really need to explain your situation a little better. How are you trying to logon to these workstations? At the beginning of your post you say you can't but towards the end you imply that you can log on to them? What exactly are you trying to do.
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I am sorry, but we realy can not help with a paid job.
I am closing this topic.
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