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Windows Server 2003 to Server Permissions

I have two Windows 2003 Servers that are both DCs.

Both are logged in as the admin but DC1 cannot view DC2s DHCP, WINS etc..

I have attached screenshots, anyone any ideas?

Thanks DC1 Puma DC2 Cougar
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Sekar ChinnakannuStaff EngineerCommented:
try adding the server again and check.
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Maybe firewall installed on DC2?
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Check that DNS resolution on DC2 is working fine
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Vinchenzo-the-SecondCommented:
Disable the firewall on DC2
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cgladminAuthor Commented:
@sekarc4u: thanks but the server has been rebooted.

@Drashiel: thanks, but no firewall enabled, DNS seems okay... any checks you can specifically think of doing?

@Vinchenzo-the-Second: thanks, but it's already disabled.

Not sure if would make a difference but I've cleared the arpcache, flushed dns and registered dns but still the same outcome.
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cgladminAuthor Commented:
When I tried to access the server I got the login box...

Permissions are obviously messed somewhere, any ideas?

Thanks Connecting to DC2
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cgladminAuthor Commented:
Found it, someone added the wrong username and password to the credential manager...
 Stored Credentials
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Vinchenzo-the-SecondCommented:
Are you able to log onto DC2 from the console?
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Leon FesterCommented:
Are you really using saved credentials on a DC?
Not a good practice.

I'll hand out a final written warning if somebody did that on one of my servers.
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