Windows 2k3 - Gateway changing by its self!

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
Hello all,

I recently changed a router old IP of, new IP of

Problem is my Exchange server, I went into the NIC properties and chenged the static info. It seems that after a reboot, or sometimes after exiting a terminal session the gateway changes back to 254. I have never seen this and desperatly need some help.
Question by:AndersonPC
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    Accepted Solution

    Try making the change from the console of the server rather than using a TS session.
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    Expert Comment

    to add to Netman66's comment, use this syntax remotely to connect to the console session for Remote Desktop Connection:

    Start > Run > mstsc /console


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