Had 5 computers all peer-to-peer on a workgroup (COM)
Two running windows XP pro
Three running windows 2000 pro
I Have Linksys router (the cable connection) and one port category-5 going to a DELL 2106 Hub/Switch. From the Hub/Switch my computers are all connected by cat-5 cable. Linksys router is running internal IP 192.168.0.1. Linksys router DCHP is DISABLED. [the reason for the wire from the Linksys router to the Dell Hub/Switch is because I ran out of ports on the router].
Each computer's set to SPECIFY its own IP ADDRESS
TCP/IP Properties are set to 192.168.0.(X) <---- variable for each computer
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
DNS set to primary and secondary as provided by cable internet company
(DON'T KNOW IF THIS IS RIGHT BUT IT WAS WORKING FINE)
Then we added a sixth computer DELL SERVER Windows 2003 Small Business Server.
We got rid of the Workgroup (COM) and created a domain (Premier).
The Dell Server TCP/IP properties, again, is set just like the clients'.
The internet works fine on all clients/server.
'My Network Places' on each computer shows All computers under the Premier domain.
**********Here's the weird thing.
On my Windows XP client, I can see the other Windows XP Client in 'My Network Places' as well as the other computers, but when I click on the XP computer it says "\\COMPUTERNAME is not accessible. You do not have permission to use this network resourse...blah ... blah ...blahh...the user name could not be found"
The other clients running Windows 2000 pro and the server itself can click on that XP computer in 'My Network Places' and access the shared folders without a hitch just like all the other computers.
Any ideas?????????? I am so new to the world of servers/domains...much appreciated!
Also startup/boot seems to take forever on the XP computers. I hate this crap.
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