Unable to connect to server 2000

January 12, 2009 at 02:10:22
Specs: Windows XP, 3Ghz, 500Mb
Everymorning, I have problem when trying to connect to an Advance Server 2000. Everything works fine just after the server has been logged on for the first logging on of the day. if I just turn it on with no entering password and logon, someone can connect but other can not. Would that be possible to connect to the server without logging on the server first? Looking forward to your reponse as soon as possible. Thank you in advance and regards,

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January 12, 2009 at 07:43:25
connecting via the network does not require a server logon.

Only if you want to access server based software are you sometimes required to logon to activate the program.

If this is the case, of program not server access, you need to see if this program can run as a service so it loads as the server loads.

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January 12, 2009 at 18:34:50
Sorry, I should have made a question clearer. In order for some computers to connect to a Network Server(not damain server), everymorning Server is physically required to be Logged first. Otherwise, we can not use of printing, shared folders utilities on Network.

Do you experience anything relates to this? Is there any workaround to enable client accessing to Network server which does not require a logon on a physical server?

Please help.
Thank you and regards,

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