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Small Business Server 2003:  http://companyweb     ??????

Posted on 2004-08-08
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Fresh installation of Small Business Server (Win 2003).  Any ideas why "http://companyweb" would produce an error page ("The page cannot be displayed").  I've not tweaked anything other than responding to setup wizard questions.  I've noticed this on 2 different W2K3 Server SBS setups.  Any ideas?

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Terry
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tztrh earned 250 total points
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you have to put your server's IP as Primary ( or alternative ) DNS server in TCP/IP properties on your client computer.
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Thank you, tztrh.
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