We have a SBS2003 domain. Windows XP Pro computers are able to join the domain via System Properties - Computer Name Tab - Change button - Memer of Domain. We can remove computers from domain as well and rejoin at will.
Windows XP Pro computers are able to authenticate and login using a domain admin account.
However, a Windows 7 computer is NOT ABLE TO JOIN THE DOMAIN. I've tried it in System Properties - Computer Name Tab - Change button - Member of Domain. Somehow it cannot communicate with the DNS server.
Is there a setting in Windows 7 that needs modification? And/or is there a setting in SBS2003/DNS etc.. that needs modification to allow for Windows 7 compatability.
Ipconfig of XP Client (I'll have the Windows 7 ipconfig tomorrow if necessary)
DHCP Enabled Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled Yes
IP Adddress 10.0.0.104
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 10.0.0.1
DHCP Server 10.0.0.10
DNS Servers 10.0.0.10
Primary WINS Server 10.0.0.10
Windows 7 computer is able to get an IP address. It can ping the IP of the DNS/DC/SBS2003 server. It can ping the IP of the gateway. It cannot ping www.google.com
. Website www.google.com
is not resolving in internet explorer in Windows 7. It can ping a public IP 220.127.116.11.