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Can not view companyweb on just one computer

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I can not view our company web on one computer in the office. Even if i log on as different users. On all the other computers I can log view our compyweb fine.

Can not view //server/companyweb

The one that can not see it is on vista ultimate, dont know if this is the problem. What is strange is I can view the following pages fine

//server/connectcomputers
//server/exchange

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Check your DNS settings on that one machine and make sure they match you others computers...
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by:taz8020
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You do not know how much time i have wasted on this.

The Primary DNS suffix of this computer was not set.
Thank you so much.
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You are welcome.  Glad you have it working again.
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