[windows2000] Problem with workstation not seeing the domain

  • From: "Martin, Eddie" <EMartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 12:55:24 -0400

I recently took a computer and moved it from one desk to another.  Once i
moved the computer, I tried to login to the network.  It said that the
domain was inaccessible.  I checked the Cat5 cabling in the back server room
and at the desk and both tested fine.  TCP/IP is enabled to obtain an IP
automatically along with the DNS.  Any reasons why this computer wouldn't be
able to see the domain?  I checked the link light on the NIC card and it
seems to be working fine.  I guess one step I could take is to try another
workstation at that location to see if it gets the same results when trying
to access the domain.  Does anyone have any other suggestions?

Eddie Martin

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