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Hi all,
i have 2 machines running both windows 2003 , also the socond one has linux installed ...
when i try to connect this 2 machine with 2003 i can't do, no network sharing, no internet connection sharing..  (client machine take tha ip automatically), i do ping but no result... running ipconfig  shows that default gateway ip is 192.168.0.1 ... so it can take the ip automatically anyway..

but when i run linux on the second machine, i can do network, i can do share internet connetion...
BTW same problem exsits when i try to network 2 machine with windows 2003 & windows 2000 ...

what is wrong ??
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hi , i solved my problem, it was kerio firewall installed on client 2003 machine, even i disabled it, it didn't worked, but when i uninstall it, it worked ... now i can surf/share my network ...
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