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1 workstation running XP pro SP3 cannot connect to a Windows SBS 2003 server. Reply is "cannot find network or server" when I try to login. If I login to the local PC and ping the server I get 100% good reply. I can remote desktop to the server, but I just cannot login or access any shares. I tried to create a new user on the server and use that to login but same result as before. There are no firewalls turned on and the workstation is using Norton corporate edition V10 anti-virus software. What am I overlooking?
When you say you can't login do you mean the computer is already joined to the domain and now you can't login? if you are not part of the domain already then that message would usually indicate there is some type of DNS error. if you are do an ipconfig /flushdns and see if that helps at all
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