DNS IP addresses Disappears

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This is a new one for me. A customer reboots their system and is unable to access the domain. So we try to reconnect it to the domain thinking it fell off, but it does not work. Upon further investigation, I check the network settings and both the DNS static IP's are missing, strange. I input them and reboot the computer, same thing happens. So I input the IP addresses and now I am able to access the domain. So, as long as the customer does not reboot the server, they are fine. So, has anyone ever seen this and have an answer on how t fix it? Would appreciate the assist. Thanks.

Software/Hardware used:
XP, Dell
ASKED: April 2, 2012  1:22 PM
UPDATED: April 13, 2012  1:53 PM

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Any errors in event viewer?

My gut says it’s an issue with the NIC. Has server got a second NIC you could use?

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  • carlosdl
    Have you checked GPO's being applied ? logon scripts ?
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  • HRPL
    which Operating system you are facing problem?
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  • Harisheldon1960
    To answer some of your questions: OS: MS 2003 Enterprise NICS: Two and yes, we did try both of them GPO: Don't think so because it only happened to her server and we have other systems still on 2003 to include o couple of her's that this did not happen to. Logon Script: Nothing was changed. Compared it to the others and all looks good and each line is the same. Just to be sure, we did re-write it just to CYOA and it came up with the same thing. Appreciate the assist...
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