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Loging into a domain over a wireless connection

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I have a win03 enterprise server setup as a file server. I have created a user account and I can log into the server at the terminal but I can't add my laptop to the domain and log in. Both the server and my laptop are connected to the network via a wireless connection. I really think this is my trouble but I wanted to see what ya'll thought before I hard wired the server.
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Personally, I would  set it up wired, and add it (to test), you eliminate one variable (the wireless config)
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Sorry it took so long. I had a brain fart, ZA was the cause of my troubles. Thanks again...Chris
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