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i have some user that sometime he cannot enter to network share but he have internet and mail and i must do logoff to his computer and after this he can enter to share why?
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by:Toni Uranjek
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What is the exact error that user is getting?
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by:buildingit
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he get has problem with network connection
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Can you ping server from client? Can you see server shares from client with command net view \\servername?
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Check the DNS address settings on the network.



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V.K.
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by:buildingit
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i cannot ping to anyone
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You can not ping your server, but you can access internet? Did you ping server by name or by IP, can you ping default gateway?
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Hi,
try to enable in tcp ip settings, advance-wins- enable net bios over tcp ip, and put your primary dns ip address of your domain controller, but it seems that the network file server the dns address of domain is not configured or else in your workstations, but if u cannot ping than there is an issue of network, is this happening with one workstation or with all the workstations ?

Taher
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with one workstation
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Fine try that computer to  re authenticate on Domain, i mean first remove it from the domain and add to workgroup and than after a restart add to domain again n than check, hope this will work.

Taher
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