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Cannot access joined XP workstation from Windows 2003 domain.

Posted on 2006-10-30
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I joined a computer to a Windows 2003 domain, but I am unable manage the device from the domain.  I can ping the workstation from the domain and vice versa, but the system returns an access denied when I attempt to connect to the computer via unc or manage in mmc.  

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by:trenes
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Hi wfmuro,

Maybe windows firewall?

Regards,

Trenes
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jcdesign4u earned 20 total points
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try to put a static DNS in the workstation
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by:wfmuro
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Reconfigured DNS on server.  Removed device from computer OU in AD and rejoined from workstation.
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