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  • Vista gain access to the network

    Hello! Aīm lucky guy for found this site.
    My problem is:
    I have Windows 2000 Serve configured with active directory. I added the user with my own name (jose camarillo) and a computer with (captura1) name in database for Users and computers.
    The matter are:
    1. If I try to configure the windows vista business (wvb) at workstation with a domain give a error:
    Cannot contact Controller domain from Active directory in the domain sicelaredos.com.

    2. If I try putting a workgroup name (sicelaredos.com) I can see the server named (SERVER) but, I canīt access the share folders.

    At others workstations in the lan works fine with windows xp.
    Last edited by jcamarillo; 20th September 2007, 00:29.

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    Re: Vista gain access to the network

    By the sound of it, you have created a computer account but not actually joined the PC to the domain

    On your Vista PC, go to CONTROL PANEL--SYSTEM--ADVANCED SYSTEM SETTINGS
    Click on the computer name tab then on the Network ID button and follow the wizard

    Tom
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    • #3
      Re: Vista gain access to the network

      I do that and not work I try to send the screens shoots but the file is bigger than restricted size these screens shoots are result when I try to join the domain.
      Please tell me how or where I can send these files.

      Thanks for your help!

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      • #4
        Re: Vista gain access to the network

        Save the screenshots as GIF or JPEG format and they should be a lot smaller
        Also trim off anything you dont need
        Tom Jones
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