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communication error between pc and server

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Seems as though we are loosing communication between an WinXP machine and a 2003 server.  When we try to save something to the server from the PC, the drop down box where we want to save something to just stalls for a while and one of the two network drives disappears.

Lastly, I see multiple event ID: 5719

HELP!
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Question by:vulture714
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by:houssam_ballout
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does that happens on all PCs?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Make sure you are only pointing to internal DNS servers in the TCP\IP settings. The Event you are getting is an issue with your domain environment.
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by:vulture714
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This only happens with one particular PC.  Should I attempt to take out of domain and install back into the same domain?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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You should make sure this PC is only pointing to DC for DNS. Second I would remove from domain then delete computer account from AD then try adding back to the domain
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by:connectex
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Also try a different port on your switch or hub. It's possible the existing port is going bad. Also you should run diagnostics on the system's network card.
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How do I run diagnostics on a systems network card?
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What's the manufactuer and model of the network card?
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