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The network is down for some users

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The network has become un accessable for some users today. A handfull of users can log on while the majority of them are told that they are working off line and as a result, can not access their e-mail (Exchange)

I have changed the NIC on the server in question, checked the DHCP, and other settings. The event logs show Event IDs:2013, 36871, and 101.

What could be going on?????????????

Please HELP as soon as possible.

Thanks

Tim
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Sounds like a strange concidence that you ran out of disk space at the same time you changed your NIC.  Windows 2000 server binds heavily against a NIC so make sure you are able to give the new NIC the same static address as the old NIC.
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Glad to help ;-) and thank you for closing this question.
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