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Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server SP2

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Network Connectivity issue. I can ping the DC which is the SBS 2003 Server by Name and IP Address from all of my computers and servers within my network and also RDP into the Server, but I cannot access any resource from the DC for ex: (shared drives, mapped drives, network printer, etc.). DC also host Exchange server 2003, but cannot access exchange from workstation using Outlook. Pretty much cannot access anything on my DC, however; from the DC I can access everything on all of my computers on the network. So definitely there is a connectivity issue on the DC itself. Please advice.
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