Can not connect to domain

Posted on 2006-04-19
Last Modified: 2007-12-19
I set up a windows 2003 SBC server with domain unionserver.local and I'm trying to connect from a XP machine.
First I tried using the wizard using IP address It downloaded some software but give me a blank page. I also tried changing domain name on windows XP machine but cant seem to find the name.
I can ping each other using Ip address.
Question by:shahedny

    Author Comment

    when I run into it install someting

    and takes me here:

    but this page has this:

    Run the wizard to complete networking setup.

    nothing else. I look javascript error:
    line: 22
    permission denied
    LVL 74

    Accepted Solution

    Add the server to the Trusted Sites on your workstation's IE Options.  Since you've already began with the IP address, you can add the IP address to the trusted sites.


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