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Please check screenshot and advise. Also we have had a few 2003 servers that lost network connection it seems. When you browse to control panel and select the networks connections option the list is clean. The network connections service is stopped and you are unable to start the service. Currently the RPC service is started and is started with a Network service username. After changing this logon to local system and rebooting the server all connections are restored and server is preforming normally.
Please advise as I don’t remember where I found the article to update the RPC logon as service parameter.

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Did you try restarting the WMI service?
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Tried stopping and restarting the service. No joy. Also tried stopping the service and rename the repository and starting the service again. Nothing. got any idee on:
We have had a few 2003 servers that lost network connection it seems. When you browse to control panel and select the networks connections option the list is clean. The network connections service is stopped and you are unable to start the service. Currently the RPC service is started and is started with a Network service username. After changing this logon to local system and rebooting the server all connections are restored and server is preforming normally.
Please advise as I don’t remember where I found the article to update the RPC logon as service parameter.
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