Posted on 2011-04-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-21
After years of use my terminal server is failed now my users can get the the remote log on screen, after username and password gets an error message saying specified domain name doesn't exist or can't be contacted. I logged in to the SERVER 1 [AC/DC] and did nslookup, checked forward lookup zone, checked windows/router firewalls etc everything checks out except I can't ping my terminal server
SERVER 2[Terminal SERVER] I can ping but can't ping server [netbios name or ip] and I also did the nslookup and it timesout but finds the ip but not the name.

any Idea?
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    Have you checked whether Windows firewall is enabled and blocking...Check for third party firwall too

    heck in NIC property are you able to see any other protocoles enabled other than default or File print sharing (disable or remove is fo)

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