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  • Windows Server 2003 with domain controller and NAT

    Hello all,
    I am using Windows Server 2003 as a server with domain controller, DNS server and NAT. Also I do have 7 clients in the network with different OS's and set there connection to obtain an ip address and DNS server automatically. The problem is when clients connect to the network they get the right ip address and default gateway but I have to enter the dns server manually. What I need is when any client connect to my network cannot access unless they are a member in the domain or dial to the VPN and ever all IP's obtain automatically including the DNS server.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Re: Windows Server 2003 with domain controller and NAT

    How do the clients get their IP and Default Gateway address? ADSL router by any chance? If so, disable DHCP on the router and install DHCP on Windows Server 2003 and add all the required info into the DHCP server on 2003.

    If you are unsure of how to install and configure DHCP, the below link should provide some assistance.
    http://technet2.microsoft.com/Window....mspx?mfr=true

    Alternatively, Train Signal's DHCP Lab is excellent. http://www.trainsignal.com/index.asp...WPROD&ProdID=9
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    • #3
      Re: Windows Server 2003 with domain controller and NAT

      Thank you for the responded; I am really sorry I was not clear enough. I attached a Drawing of how the Network is setup



      What I need is when any client connects to the network automatically get the ip address, default gateway and the DNS server, no need for me to enter any thing. However, if the client is not a member in the domain controller they would not be able to use the network resources and when they try to use the browser and type any address they would be forward to an address in my IIS. And if the client is a member in the domain controller they would be able to use all network resources like internet and folders share in the server.

      thx

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