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I have a 3pcs at the remote site, and it is connecting using a NAT router. The problem is that, we are not able to locate the DC which physically at the main site.
I tried to add to "server name , and domain name" to the client's lmhost file. What else I can do for it.
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NAT is generaly just used to provide internet access for multiple computers using 1 or just a few ip adresses.

Sounds like you would be better off setting up a VPN Tunnel between the sites or using a real router.
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You might try some kind of Port Mapping on the firewall.
Catch all incoming packets to a certain port of IP and redirect the to the internal IP of the DC.


Norbert.
(Even Better setup a VPN server on the DC, and map a VPN port to the thing.  Afterwords use the VPN to gain access to the network, and you should be able to find the DC.)
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