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Can't connect to shared resource from Domain Controller

Posted on 2010-11-21
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I have a network share setup on an external hard disk, connected to an XP Pro desktop PC.  I can browse to the share from every other PC on the network, but not the DC!  I can connect to the DC from the XP PC fine, just not the other way around.  Things I have tried:

Ping the PC from the DC: Pings and resolves the correct name
Added a static route in the hosts file on the DC: No luck
Added a DNS record on the DC: No luck
Turned off the Firewall on the PC: no luck
Tried (from the Run command) \\IPaddress and \\Hostname: Fails, the network path was not found
Tried IPCONFIG /Registerdns: No Luck

I have no idea why our Domain Controller refuses to see this PC when everthing else can...any ideas guys?
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by:itstod
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Try to enable Network Discovery on the server.
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by:-Juddy-
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The server can see all other n/w shares, just not this one.
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The problem lay with Virtual PC.  It appears the network services plugin casued the problems, removed VPC all working!
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by:-Juddy-
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Fixed myself.
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