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Computers do not see each other on the network

Posted on 2006-11-10
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I ran Windows update on all of my servers the other day and now my computers do not see each other on the network. I have 120 computers on Active Directory. I think I might have rebooted the servers in the wrong order but I’m not sure.
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by:kianhow
ID: 17914735
You may check that if your server domain and the rest of the computers domain having the same domain name.

All the computers must login to the domain.

Check on your domain server by refreshing to see all your computer in the network.
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by:caldwels1895
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How would I do that on the server?
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by:fm250
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try to reboot the server again.
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by:caldwels1895
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I have 4 servers. Which one would I reboot first?
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fm250 earned 500 total points
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I am not sure if that matters but try do them all in the same time, or make the one that is DC  "Active Directory" the last
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by:caldwels1895
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I think that is what I did wrong. I rebooted the DC at the wrong time. I'll reboot it on Monday and see what happens. I would reboot it today but don't want to have to stay here on the weekend if something screws up. :)
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