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SBS 2003 is not publishing in Active Directory

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hey there. I installed a new network card in my sbs 2003 and everything seems to be working great other than users can no longer look up files through the active directory. It's like the server no longer exists in the domain. Client computers can still connect to folders that are already mapped but cannot search for new folders. Is there a setting to turn the active directory on and off? Please help!
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I probably should have read this one before your FTP question because I'm sure they are related.  You failed to mention in http:Q_22973886.html that you had installed a new NIC.

Did you rerun the Configure Email and Internet Connection Wizard (CEICW -- which is linked as Connect to the Internet in the Server Management Console > Internet and Email) after installing it?

A visual how-to is here:  http://sbsurl.com/ceicw

If that doesn't fix things, please post a COMPLETE ipconfig /all from both the server and a workstation.

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