Acess Connection under Network Sharing Center Does Not Show Local But Internet Only

Hi,

I have one Window 2008 server does not show both Local and Internet under the Access Connection. Please see the attached two screen shots. By the way, other Windows 2008 server all show Local and Internet.
Can someone tell me why it caused that?

Thank you very much in advance! Connection-Issue.docx
lgallionAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Do you have 2 network adapters in each computer?

CCG is correct as that is your domain

CCS is unknown (probably not connected to a switch with access to the internet or not getting a DHCP address

computer CCSDB perhaps it should not be connected to the same switch as the CCG network

are you using DHCP for both?  or static address's?


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lgallionAuthor Commented:
Yes I have two adapters in each server for two subnet and CCSDB has two fixed IP for CCG 192. address and CCS 10. address.

CCS has no gateway and should be Local only and CCG should be Local and Internet. I plugged these two connections in two differnet switch like any other server i configured .
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lgallionAuthor Commented:
I got it. It is because one server is 32 bit os and another is 64 bit os. It just different wording and everything else is working fine.

Thank you very much for you help!
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lgallionAuthor Commented:
Ask my questions promptly. apprecated!
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