New File Server and Domain Controller

June 13, 2012 at 04:37:23
Specs: Server 2003 Enterprise R2
I made a new domain controller and then made a file server now when i configured file server everything was okay all users were easy to access their data and everything went quite smoothly but suddenly now i m facing some problems that i cant understand my file server is on network but i do get ping response and my client pc are getting ping response but i cant access them remotely and everything is driving me crazy some one plz help me out.

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#1
June 13, 2012 at 04:52:37
You're not really giving people a lot to work with. It's a bit like saying "my car isn't working, what's wrong with it?". Have a look at http://teamapproach.ca/trouble/ for some advice on following a logical procedure to isolate the fault. One of the first steps with a Windows system is to investigate the error logs.

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#2
June 13, 2012 at 04:57:37
ijack may i have ur mail address. i can give a session on teamviewer to have a look at the prob

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#3
June 13, 2012 at 05:59:47
Did you properly configure or disable Windows Firewall?

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#4
June 13, 2012 at 07:38:36
i'm sorry, but I don't offer consultancy services. If you want someone to sort this out for you you need to hire a local consultant.

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#5
June 13, 2012 at 09:35:45
"i cant access them remotely "

Why would you expect by default you would?

Just because you are running AD does not mean the workstations are accesssable.

You need to share something on them as well as enable RDP on the workstations if you wish to access them.

Normally in a server/client configuration you do not have workstation to workstation traffic. This is because you want all the user files on the server since it gets backed up.

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