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workstation cannot connect to Windows server 2003

HELP!! I cannot connect one client workstation to windows server 2003 - all other workstations can connect OK
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bledington
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Can provide more information?
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Vinchenzo-the-SecondCommented:
Do you have the correct ip details inc DNS.  Can you ping the DC?
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Chris MillardCommented:
There are many reasons depenind on what you mean by cannot connect.

If the PC wont join the domain, perhaps there's an IP issue, a HOSTS issue or a cabling fault for example, or there might not be enough licenses on the server...

You need to be more specific about the problem and what you have done so far...
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stergiumCommented:
adding wrong time to roybridge's list that could be an issue.
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bledingtonAuthor Commented:
Loose cable!!
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