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What is a straight-through cable, a cross-over cable and a roll-over cable?
I RUN WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENTERPRISE EDITION SET UP WITH A 3COM ETHERLINKXL LAN CARD AND INTEL PRO/1000 XT WAN CARD.OUR ISP HN7000S MODEM THAT PROVIDES THE SIGNAL CONNECTS TO A SWITCH WITH A CROSSOVER CABLE.THE CLIENTS ON THE LAN ALSO CONNECT TO THE SWITCH.THE SERVER CONNECTS TO THE SWITCH TOO.BUT...
I have 2 servers, Win 2003, connected with a crossover cable to the secondary nic's - I can map to server 1 from server 2, but not server 2 to server 1. Get user restricted error, but can't find what to change, and is the problem on server 2 rights (not allowing maps to server 1), or server 1...