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Created small domain - But now cannot ping any of my devices that i added

Created Server 2012, DC, AD/DNS/DHCP are working fine.
Added 7 devices to this domain with no issues.

Devices have appeared in AD/DNS - and all appeared fine.

I could ping from server, also from each device, no issues.

Came in today and cannot ping anything, all services look ok, nothing on event viewer.

Have restarted DC - no change, can ping nothing.
when I use arp -a, they all appear.. Any ideas?
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Darrin Crawford

8/22/2022 - Mon
Patrick Bogers

Hi

Is file and printer sharing enabled in advanced nic properties?
Is network Discovery enabled?
All Yes? Temporarely disable the firewall and test again....

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Emmanuel Adebayo

Can you ping any of the devices from each other?

Is your Server issuing out IP as expected?

Can you ping your gateway?

Have you check that there is firewall turn on?

Regards
Tom Cieslik

Enable File and Printer Sharing on Firewall on all workstations

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Tom Cieslik

Can you post IPCONFIG /all from server and one affected workstation ?
masnrock

What happens when you try to ping? And what exactly do you try to ping?
Darrin Crawford

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If I ping host name, times out.
If I ping ip address times out.
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masnrock

And if you try to ping a system outside of your network? You could also try going into TCP/IP properties and unchecking IPv6 (do not uninstall it).
Darrin Crawford

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I haven't got that far with it as yet.  It is only a test domain.
If I try to ping outside transmit failed, failed in transit.

would expect that though.
Tom Cieslik

Can you post IPCONFIG /all from server and one affected workstation ?
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masnrock

The way this is sounding, and correct me if I'm wrong, NONE of the devices can ping, correct?
Darrin Crawford

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NONE of the devices can ping at all!!
Tom Cieslik

I asked you twice to post Ipconfig to help us understand your configuration If you don;t want to do it for some reason, it's going to be hard to help you
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masnrock

Are all of these devices connected to the same switch? And if so, is the switch working properly?

Bear in mind that I am making the assumption that the DC is also serving as the DHCP server since there is no mention of a router or a hardware firewall.
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Darrin Crawford

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Was working fine when I came in this morning