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After a migration from sbs2003 to server 2008 R2 standard we are unable to browse network shares. I have noticed the Global Catalog is unavaliable on the new server. After running netdom query fsmo, all roles are correct. Can someone point me in the right direction with this?
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by:Prashant Shrivastava
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Disable Firewall on the server and try.
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We have decided to redo the entire domain due to a failed migration.
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We have decided to redo the entire domain due to a failed migration.
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