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We cannot connect to our Windows 2000 server because we keep getting this error. I found the error here http://support.micro...kb;en-us;298490 and tried to follow directions to fix it, but under "Connections and server bindings" there is nothing to select. Can anybody help me fix this problem?
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is the dhcp service stoppped when you try this?
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No, but nobody can log onto the software program located on the server. I tried stopping and restarting server service, but it says it can't locate the domain that I type in.
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well...that error code that you referenced is pointing to a dhcp error....so...i am assuming that this error log was found on the dhcp server...are all of your servers (if you have more than one) using static ip addresses?
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We only have one and it does use a static IP.
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ok so you have one server with a static ip address that is running dhcp to assign ip addresses to your clients. i assume that you have an actual domain structure set up since you can't get it to recognize the domain. you have to get dhcp to actually run before you can have dns which you have to have before you can run a domain...i'm gonna take a guess that you have troubleshot the physical device (nic card and cables)
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I don't think that it is physical because it happened after we restarted the server and for some reason we can still access programs on the server with Windows 98 PCs.
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i would still check the hardware
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The NIC says that its working correctly and all the cables are plugged in.
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can you ping from the server? to the server? to the internet (such as www.google.com)? are the client's recieving ip addresses? try ipconfig /release and then ipconfig /renew on a desktop
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I tried ipconfig/release & ipconfig/renew, both worked from my desktop PC, I can ping the internet from my PC, I can ping the server from my PC, and my PC is receiving an IP address from the server.
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We figured it out, Netlogon Service needed to be started. It must not have started up when we restarted the server.
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Thanks for all your help!!! :tazz:
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make sure it's set to automatic next time i guess
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