one pc can’t access via windows server 2003 network

5 pts.
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Network Configuration
Network connectivity
Windows Server 2003
in network all pcs are connected together, but one pc not show that shred data. all are in the domain.



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Dear Jay Nelish

Your Question is incomplete

is the specific system is not on Network? its might be a problem discovered last year, that system ping but not share any data, or cannot access the system

you click on start menu and then click on run
type serivces.msc
and run the computer browser service, Remote Procedure call service, Server, and Client service

and your problem will resolved
but actually this is because of virus change your antivirus program and scan your system wtih updated A/V

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  • Chippy088
    Can you provide the following basic information, to help us provide a solution to your problem. 1. What OS are you using on the networed PCs. 2. Are they all in the same network. 3. What routers and switches are you using. 4. What IP address is on the problem machine.
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