Mapping Shared Folders

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by msw, Dec 29, 2003.

  1. msw

    msw Guest

    Whenever I try to map a directory, I go through the process of mapping a
    drive by <right-click> on My Computer on the client side machine. Once I
    try to map the directory, I select <browse> on the Microsoft Windows
    Network, I see my domain name. However, whenever I click on it, it doesn't
    access any information. However, when I try to run the \\arsprime\downloads
    it does access the share directory. For right now, I have only set up only
    two client machines and only one is acting this way.

    Here is some information:

    My NETBIOS is enabled.
    It only happens to one machine.
    It does work on one machine.
    My Browser Service is running.
    My DHCP is running.
    My WINS is running.
    My network environment is a domain server running in a SBS 2000.

    My Main server is Microsoft Small Business Server 2000

    The two Clients
    One is Windows Professional 2000, which is the one have the problem
    One is Windows 2003 Server it is working fine.

    Yes I can see my Domain name Network Neighborhood (My Network Places), but
    once I click on it I get a message say "advanceerp is not accessible.

    I get some respones saying I should check that my DNS is setup correctly, to
    be honest I set it up but I don't know if it is setup correctly ornot or is
    there such a tool will help me to test my setting is correct.

    Any information that can help me resolve this problem or any ideas would be
    greatly appreciated.

    Thank you very much for following up with me and I wish you a happy and
    peaceful new year for you and your family
    msw, Dec 29, 2003
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