Windows Server 2003 can not connect to the internet

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Network connectivity
Windows Server configuration
Server 2003, I can add a workstation to the server and see other computer, but I can't access the internet. It just won't connect. I can ping other computer on the network

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Sounds like the server does not have a default gateway or route to the internet. The computers talk to each other because they are on the same subnet. Check the NIC properties on the server and be sure a default gateway is set. Be sure that the gateway permits HTTP traffic.

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  • Exchange server 2007
    how are you connected to the network . what servers and what are the network equipments running on your network please clear this one so that answering will be easy ...
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  • Danial
    yes pls clear ur question
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