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Q: Not able to access my Domain computer

"The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship"

I recently installed Windows 7 in all the machines in my office. I did not have problems in few machines. Later when i joined the domain it was successful.
After joining the domain restarted the computer, the first login was successful. I restarted again then tried logging in and i get a msg
"The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship"

The only temporary way is logging into local machine and changing the domain to workgroup and from there again to domain. It'll work for few days and again the same problem occurs again. Does anyone have a permanent fix for this? Pls help

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A: Not able to access my Domain computer

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Can I access a network share on the domain with a non-domain computer? I would connect the computer directly to the corporate network. 
For what reasons could this be blocked (firewall? policy? settings on server-side?) and what configuration is needed to make sure it is possible to access a network share with a non-domain computer?
Thanks already for your help!

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User cannot access their domain this is what they get when they do ipconfig/all:

Hostname:computer1
DNS:111.111.111.2
Default gateway:
IP Address:169.254.0.50
Description:Netgear Fast Ethernet Adapter
Physical Address:00-a0-cc-5f-73-91
what is the problem, is it because the APIPA is a class B and the DNS is a class A. Does the APIPA cause the DNS to not work?
 

A:A user's computer is unable to access their domain.

Can they ping the DNS server? The gateway is not defined. Where is the DNS in relation to the network? What type of network connection? Can they get to the internet? More info please.
 

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Maybe some one knows the answer.

Following problem i have with a windows server 2003 and xp clients

Computers who are in the domain(for example: ws01.domain.local cannot access some websites,like microsoft.com etc. (also slow internet)
If i take a brand new laptop that is not in the domain yet,(workgroup) and put it in the network with a cable, i can access the site microsoft.com
We have a netscreen 5GT and windows server 2003 with XP clients.
You have any idea what can be the problem?

Greetings
Arno
 

A:Cannot access some internet websites while computer is in the domain

Are you managing the Internet connection with the server? If so, that's probably the difference. Another thing might be group policies established by the server.

What happens if you try to ping a non-working site from a domain connected machine? Don't use microsoft.com, they don't respond to pings.
 

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Hi Everyone,

I am currently using a Windows 7 (x64) computer on a Domain. The Domain Controller is a Windows 2008 R2 computer. I have Administrator access to the Windows Server as a result I can alter any settings that I see fit.

Recently a number of staff members have been logging onto my Windows 7 computer without my consent.

I would like to limit access to my computer so that only my Domain Account can logon. Ideally this will mean only allowing my personal Domain Account access, and by extension prevent the Domain Administrator from logging on as well. I am not the only staff member with Domain Administrator privileges, and I ultimately want to make my computer inaccessible to all staff with the exception of myself (naturally).

Any suggestions here will be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Davo
 

A:Limiting access to a Windows 7 computer (workstation) that is on a Domain

Unfortunately we can not advise on this issue as it could be in breach of the company's policies and we have no way of proving what rights you have to block access to your account. We would be totally in the wrong if we were to give any advice that could circumvent company policy.

If you are permitted to make such changes then your Domain Administrator is the person you need to ask.
 

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Hi Everyone,

I am currently using a Windows 7 (x64) computer on a Domain. The Domain Controller is a Windows 2008 R2 computer. I have Administrator access to the Windows Server as a result I can alter any settings that I see fit.

Recently a number of staff members have been logging onto my Windows 7 computer without my consent.

I would like to limit access to my computer so that only my Domain Account can logon. Ideally this will mean only allowing my personal Domain Account access, and by extension prevent the Domain Administrator from logging on as well. I am not the only staff member with Domain Administrator privileges, and I ultimately want to make my computer inaccessible to all staff with the exception of myself (naturally).

Any suggestions here will be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Davo

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Hello,

I would like to block access to computer of our partners to domain administrator.
I encrypt the local hard drives and put a password on startup.
I forbid booting from a CD.

But domain administrators can reset a password in active directory while the session is locked and so open.
Do you know a protection on the windows 7 pro itself ?
Someone would have an idea?

Thanks

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Hi,
If domain admin account is not able to browse a client computer using the admin share, what could be the problem and is there a way to gain access only remotely using AD or group policy objects?
iam able to ping the computer but not able to make remote desktop or network share. \\ip it gives the network path was not found.
please advice
 

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hi

i have changed the domain of the computer (from say old.net to new.net).
there is a folder shared on another machine on old.net domain. the user X was able to access it. aftter changing his domain from old.net to new.net he no longer can access that shared folder.
User X has working credentials for both domains.

on accessing it it asks for credentials. upon entering his correct user name in the format (old.net\X) he is not able to access it.

i had exactly same setup with another user Y and he was able to access data .

is there anything that i am missing ?

also accessing that folder first time asked for credentials but now it doesnt asks .. why ? there is nothign in credentials manager.

regards

A:cannot access shared folder after changing domain with old domain cred

Hello,

Have you removed/re-added the User's credentials (from the PC with shared folder) with the new domain name?
Also, make sure that the shared folder has Everyone permission in the Security Tab.

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Hi Everyone,

I am using a Windows 7 client on a Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain (and I am the Administrator of the Domain). The client that I am using is refusing to let me add addition User Accounts to the Administrator group (despite the fact that I am logged on as the Domain Administrator).


Furthermore if I attempt to log onto the client computer as the local Administrator by specifying the computer name rather than the Domain name at logon I see the following -

Finally if I then follow, these Enable the (Hidden) Administrator Account on Windows 7, 8, or Vista
instructions to enable the hidden administrator account I am met with the following message -

I have considered an offline password reset disk, however the local ('hidden') Administrator account is disabled! This feels like a catch 22, can anybody offer any suggestions on how to restore true Administrative access?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Davo

A:Can't get true Admin access to a client computer (that is part of my work Domain)

Go to Start/Search and type netplwiz and press enter. Advanced tab/Advanced button/Users. Reset the Built in Local Administrator Password. Go to Start/Search and type sysdm.cpl and press enter /Change Take the computer off of the Domain by clicking the Workgroup radio button and rebooting. Login as Local Administrator. Now you should be able to enable the Hidden Administrator account, and any other users you want to create.
Go over to the server to AD and make sure the user account is not disabled, and that the computer is also reinstated in the network and is not part of any Group Policies. Then join the computer back to the Domain.

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Hi,

I have a domain joined windows 7pro (64bit) not able to connect to shared folder on a non domain joined pc with windows 7pro (32bit). Only public folders are accessible. I get a do not have permission message, I tried adding the domain\user to share permissions but domain is not recognized on the non domain-joined pc.

Does my domain admin have access to the homegroup and the shared folders on the home pc?

What are my options for access to a non public secure folder on the non domain pc from the domain joined pc.


Sorry for the awkward description, don't know how else to describe the situation.

my apologies if these questions were addressed elsewhere, I could not find any relevant threads.

Thanks

A:Domain joined pc, does domain admin have access to my homegroup

Hi Takatso, welcome to sevenforums. As I read you post, it looks like you are logged into your domain joined PC as a domain user is this correct? If so, your PC will be treated as acting as a part of the domain. If you then try and connect to another pc at home, there will be a problem as your home pc is not recognised by the domain pc as part of the domain. You should set yourself up a user account on the domain pc whilst it is NOT connected to the domain, login to the new account whilst not on the domain and then try sharing the folders with the non-domain pc.

No, your does not have access on the home computer as they are part of the domain and not the homegroup.

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I have a Machine with windows 7 x64 pro which was connected to a domain controller that is dead and not available anymore.
I want to continue to use this computer standalone and keep all the software and configurations already installed, however i need to change my pass and i am not able to do it getting this msg : configuration
information could not be read from the domain controller, either because the machine is unavailable, or because access is denied.
How can i solve this (change the pass or copy all the user settings to local) without the domain controller server?
thank you
vitor

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I have two domains, company.com and companytrain.com i need to be able to access the wifi that is on company.com from a laptop that is joined to companytrain.com any easy quick ideas? im running win 7 pro 32 bit with the following security on the company.com domain wifi

Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption Type: AES
PEAP

the real deal is that i just need companytrain.com to share the wifi with company.com as under companytrain.com domain there are other attributes that need to be accessed

A:wifi access from domain to domain

If you have credentials for the company.com, you should have no problem connecting to the WiFi and utilizing available resources. That would all depend on the permissions and setup of the wireless, however.

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Hi everyone!
Noticed, that if I try to access a shared folder located on domain computer from non-domain computer, typing \ \ computername\sharename, pop-up authentication window appears after some time (30-80 sec). But, if I type \\computername  without pointing
sharename, pop-up authentication window appears instantly.
If I run created shortcut for this share - pop-up authentication window appears instantly.
I can easily reproduce this problem, it appeared on all machines I was testing.

Can it be fixed somehow? In my scenario, I can not use net use cmd.
Thanks.

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I've got a machine running Windows 7 logged on the network domain but when I try to map a share to a machine on the network, but not registered on the domain I cannot connect (even though I have a local account on the networked machine).When attempting to connect Windows 7 prompts me for my connection credentials and it automatically fills in the domain name.  How can I connect to this network share using credentials that are local to that network share?

A:Logging in to Non-Domain Network Share from computer on Domain

When you say local credentials I assume you mean local on the "TestServer", not local on the Windows 7 box. Then you should be able to just type in TestServer\LocalAccount and the password (the domain you see should automatically switch to "TestServer")Also; have you tried mapping the drive using the IP address (i.e. \\xx.xx.xx.xx\TestShare)?

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Hi.
I have a non-domain computer (win 10 basic).
Can it connect to a Aerohive wireless domain network?
Any links to a tutorial on the net?

Thanks...

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The situation that I'm facing is purely economical, to the tune of an extra $2,500 a year in support fees. Were an NPO that supports a particular city agency, so we do have a few perks.

HISTORY: We have a desktop computer that is tied into the municipal net. Tho we own the computer, city decided that they had to bring it up to their standards (or lower it as the case appears) since they would be providing support. The system was bought about 1-1/2 yrs ago, nothing fancy, Dell, Win XP (city's still on XP), Office 2007 Standard. The city took the machine to update it and what we got back was a system with Win XP and Office XP (2002). That's right, the one that's obsolete. For this we pay $2,500/yr which gets a backup server and access to a color laser printer. OK...that's not the complaint.

Last September, we purchased a laptop so we could expand our volunteer help. We figured if we could get the volunteers doing input on the laptop (wireless) then that would free up the desktop for other functions. Not to mention the fact that our closet of an office can't fit more than 2 people comfortably.

My initial thoughts were to setup a VPN and use the city's WIFI, at the location, to allow the desktop and laptop to communicate from anywhere in the building. Well they poo-pood that. Mostly I think they didn't understand it. Anyways, they suggested that we put in an A/B box and a wireless router (see image below). Their were concerned that when... Read more

A:Communicating between a domain and non-domain computer

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Hi,

I have a client who rents out thier space to freelancers once in a while.

The freelancer will be using the clients machine which is connected to thier network.

The client wants to create a local account for the user and does not want the user to have access to any domain resources, with the exception of two printers. In addition, he should be able to access the Internet.

I can't remove the machine from the domain as other users will be using the machine as well who need access to the domain.

Is this possible to do, might be an easy question but I am a novice to the tech world, appreciate any help.

O/S: Windows XP SP3
 

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I have a NT Domain, using internal IP addreses on PDC, an attached Mac and one of the NICs in the dual-homed internet proxy/Workstation-- whose other IP is static from my ISP. Please point me in the right direction here: How can my (RoadRunner-using) friends connect to my network? Do I use RAS and PPTP, or is there a simpler way? Tell me plainly what approach to take, and I'll work on sorting it out. Thanks
 

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hello this issue is for my mothers computer she can not access google via domain only by IP
you can not ping Google.com it will not resolve ip
IT IS WINDOWS XP

the google search bars in IE and firefox do not work just shows page can not be displayed the same things happens if you type google.com in the address bar. if you go to 74.125.224.84 it will bring up google i am in the process of running a full scan with mbam its taking quite a while so i figured i would post a HJT log here aswell any help would be appreciated.

EDIT forgot to mention i have checked IE settings to verify there is no proxy
i have don a ipconfig /flushdns and /registerdns

THANK YOU


Code:
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 4:39:26 PM, on 7/5/2012
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
c:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DWRCS.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\IProsetMonitor.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LMabcoms.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\AMT\LMS.exe
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A:Cannot access google by Domain only by IP

Two days left to use the FBI's rogue DNS checker. If you haven't done that, go to: DNS Changer Check-Up - Clean
Assuming it's green>
In command prompt run: netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt and then reboot.

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We seem to be having a problem with some of our users trying to access their computers on our domain, they are getting Access Denied. This effectively locks the machine to all users and you cannot log in. Often you
have to remove from the network, turn off the computer, turn back on and log on as local admin. If this works (often takes up to 10 restarts) the computer tells me that the copy of windows is not genuine.  The only short term fix for the moment I find
is going into msconfig, selective boot into safe boot, select "repair active directory," (this does fix the problem), logs in safe mode and runs repair, however we have had 1 repeat. I have searched for answers or if this problem and cannot find
anything. Any suggestions? 

About our environment:
computers: 600
occurred problem: 45
avg time to run this repair: 15-30 min
locations: 50 

Before the problem started our Manager directed us to turn on our account lockout policy through Active Directory GP. Once the problem started we immediately turned this off, but the problem has continued going on 2 weeks. There is no rhyme or reason
to which computer gets this error. Things we have ruled out:

Sysprep vs non sysprep images. 
location
Static IP vs DHCP
user accounts: local admin vs standard user


Please feel free to help it is driving us crazy.

Thank you

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my pc win2k cannot access domain!!!now i'm using service pack 4.the message error u can look at this site:

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=5171

anyone plzz help me....
 

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I'm trying to get an NT Server on the domain. For some reason it is showing up as a Work Group and I need it on the domain. Actually, maybe it doesn't matter but I can't access it from other computers on the network. How do you fix a server so it can be accessed from other computers on the network???
 

A:NT Server access on domain

I dont know if you have done this but, enter the server's machine name in Server Manger on the Primary Domain Controller. At the new server go to Start>Setting>Control Panel>Network>Identification>Change
enter the server Computer Name, click Member of Domain and enter the Domain name, click OK. After the machine restarts you may need to click on the pull down box to select the Domain you are logging on to. It usually defaults to the local machine name on first login.
 

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Basically when I try to browse to any website which has microsoft.com in the URL I cannot get through, I simply get that 'the page cannot be displayed'. This wouldn't bother me but I would quite like to download the new Office 2010 beta and it's not possible.
This seems to be a problem with all computers on the network, I have recently upgraded to Windows 7 (which involved a reinstall) and this did not fix it, I am also unable to access it on my mums laptop.
I can access the website through a proxy but they don't work very well and I can't get the office beta through one at any rate!

I have tried resetting my router back to default settings but this did nothing.
I am pretty sure I cannot access the website through an IP address so I suspect it is not a DNS issue.
I am able to get Windows Update however but I suspect this is through a different domain.
It is still a very inconvenient domain to not be able to access I'm sure you'd agree.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks, Parkes07
 

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Here's what I have:
Small Business Server 2003 on one side of a VPN (hardware level vpn... linksys boxes if I remember correctly) and SBS 2000 on the other side. (The vpn was needed long ago for database software that is running on both sides.)

We want all users to login locally, using local resources, but to get email from a new email address.... the same domain name that exists on the 2k3 side. In my head, a trust relationship would work great, but SBS doesn't play very nicely and does not allow any sort of domain relationships with the type of liscenses we have.

Currently, I'm having everyone use outlook web access and we are only using exchange on the 2k3 side, except for those who open outlook on the 2k side. I've toyed with the idea of setting up some sort of POP software that pops the email from the new domain to the old. problem w/ that is that in the contact manager it will still give the old addresses of everyone local (among other problems... local u/p and remote u/p which is only used for email, etc.)

MY QUESTIONS: Users want to use outlook. What needs to be done in exchange server on the 2K side to make it so that exchange users (when composing an email) can see the addresses of those on the 2k3 side? Is LDAP still a viable route and/or is there a better option? Also, how do I change entries in Active Directory to reflect the new addresses? I don't really want to use software that POPs the email, but it sort of seems like the only opti... Read more

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Hello,

i was wondering about something,
Lets says the user want to use IIS Manager or anything else that needs administrator rights to be started.
Instead of creating a local admin account to this user to be able to start this application (but that also means he will be able to install any app and start anything with this).

Is this possible to grant him access only to this app ?

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Hi All,

Ran into a really odd issue today. A system that has been on the domain for longer then I have been with the company suddenly will not allow access to any domain locations on a specific profile(Ned). If I log in with my AD profile, everything works normally.
If the profile that will NOT work on that computer logs into any other computer, it works normally. From what I can see, the problem only occurs when "Ned" logs into his system.

Verified the tcp/ip settings Removed the system from domain and added it back in
I am about to create a new profile for Ned to resolve this but would rather not if possible.

Please help!

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Hope someone can help me.

I am planning to put in a wireless network at my work but need to clarify something before I go ahead.

At the moment all the client PC's are wired and log onto a Windows 2000 server ... Will this be possible with a wireless network as my experience so far shows me that the wireless network isn't setup until after windows has started up therefore you would have to make the client PC's log on locally as they would not be able to see the domain server.

Hope this explanation makes sense

Thanks

Dominic
 

A:Wireless Domain Access

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I have a small domain - Windows 2000 - with several computers, including a Linux server connected via Samba. One computer (work station) runs Windows 7 and another (notebook) runs Windows 8. I would like to have the notebook able to send files to the workstation. What do I need to change so this can happen?

With appreciation...

Todd

A:How to have computers on a domain access each other

Looks like some of your hardware is pretty old.

I don't run a server but do have a NAS/Network Attached Storage HDD plugged into my Router using an Ethernet cable, all computers that can access the Internet through the Router can have the NAS mapped and store/read files on it whether WinVista, Win7, Win8.1, Linux Mint or Mac OS X. The NTFS formatting of the HDD in the NAS is not a problem. The setup has been much less frustrating than keeping a server doing its thing. I do have Server versions of Windows but haven't found a pressing need for it yet.

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I have this network that has two domains. I also have a user that when she logs on to domain A she has rights to folder 1 and folder 2. When she logs onto domain B from another computer she can still open folder 1 but does not have the permissions to open folder 2. I have set the permissions for this user to have access to both folders, but the access is for domain A. Is there a way to grant permission to //domain a/folder a for //domain b/user?
 

A:Solved: Access from one domain to another

sorry last line should read //domain A/folder 2 for //domain B/user
 

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hello this issue is for my mothers computer she can not access google via domain only by IP
you can not ping Google.com it will not resolve ip
IT IS WINDOWS XP

the google search bars in IE and firefox do not work just shows page can not be displayed the same things happens if you type google.com in the address bar. if you go to 74.125.224.84 it will bring up google i am in the process of running a full scan with mbam its taking quite a while so i figured i would post a HJT log here aswell any help would be appreciated.

THANK YOU

EDIT forgot to mention i have checked IE settings to verify there is no proxy
i have don a ipconfig /flushdns and /registerdns

Code:
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 4:39:26 PM, on 7/5/2012
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
c:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DWRCS.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\IProsetMonitor.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\LMabcoms.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\AMT\LMS.exe
C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malwa... Read more

A:Cannot access google by Domain only by IP

Due to forum rules, we cannot comment or assist in virus removal here, so please do not post your HJT logs here. If you feel you are infected, please click on the link in my signature for Virus/Malware Help and post there.
Go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and open the Hosts file with Notepad. If there are any lines after
127.0.0.1 localhost
then delete them. (attached what a normal host file should look like)

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I have a "situation" with a specific domain that I just can't seem to get resolved, so I'm here for some help - pls... Recently I managed to get myself infected with Whitesmoke's conduit translater virus, and think that this might be connected to the problem. The problem is that I can't get to ANY URL associated with Stratics.com. This is true for IE 10, latest Chrome and latest Firefox. None of them can access any url associated with Stratics.com. Now here's where it gets tricky. This system is wireless to my router and so is the laptop that sits in the other room. Both use the same signal from the router. The laptop can ping and tracert Stratics.com just fine, but my system here times out part way there. My hosts file is fine, btw.

What the heck is going on?

A:Can't access a specific domain... help pls.

Run these programs below

AdwCleaner

Click here AdwCleaner

Click on Download Now button

Save to the Desktop

Right-click on AdwCleaner.exe and choose

Click on Delete and confirm the prompt.
Upload the log : The log file is at C:\AdwCleaner[n].txt

Junkware Removal Toolkit

Download Link Junkware Removal Tool

Drag the JRT.exe from the Downloads folder to your Desktop

Right click JRT.exe and choose

Once done upload the JRT.txt file

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Recently I started having trouble. Both Firefox (My regularly used browser) and IE (Only installed for compatibility) died giving 404 errors whenever I tried to go to domain names, along with my FTP client, and Thunderbird simply not connecting. All at once. MSN mysteriously still worked. I regularly use an NTL dial up connection. At first I thought that it was a problem with the connection, so I tried Orange pay as you go dial up, and UK Online pay as you go dial up. Same problem. After a while I began wondering why MSN messenger was still working fine. I had by this time tried disabling and enabling various combinations of my Firewall/Antivirus/Spyware+Adware blockers... I thought that MSN probably didn't use domain names, and most likely connected directly through IPs. I connected to the IP of a website through Firefox, and it loaded. Oddly, for about five minutes after I FIRST connect, sites such as this will load, that is how I have been able to post this thread and register. However if I disconnect, and connect again, I have no luck
I'm not sure what technical information would be needed to fix this, the only other thing I can think to say that would be helpful is that I'm (Unfortunately) using Windows ME, seeing as few things run on DOS or OS/2.
If any other technical information is needed, please tell me, and I will post it
Also, does anyone know of the IP adress for this site, so I can connect to it without having to constantly restart my computer to c... Read more

A:Cannot access Domain Names... only IPs...

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I would like to block all web access on one PC except for one domain so they can access their webmail. We don't want them 'surfing' the web at all. They only need web access to get their email. What would be the easiest way to do this?? Do I need to buy some software to make it happen??

Thanks for any advice.
 

A:Blocking all web access except one domain

How do your users connect to the internet? Is it ADSL, leased line; and is there a proxy server within your network?
 

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Hi guys,
I was trying to open msdn.microsoft.com, but my browser couldn't open the page, so I thought they have technical problems. Than I tried microsoft.com and I realized that I cannot reach microsoft's domain.
Does anyone have a solution? Is the problem at my browsers, or at my ISP or maybe I have some kind of a virus?

I have installed Firefox 3.0.5 and IE 6.0

P.S. I tried with IP address as well instead of domain (I thought I had dns problem), but still nothing.

Please help...
 

A:Cannot access microsoft.com domain!!!

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Hello!
I am in charge of network administration for a school with a variety of computers and a variety of OSs connecting to our W2k and NT4 server machines. Several of our staff and students are connecting to these domains using Windows XP Home (or trying to) and I cannot figure out how to connect them...

Do I just create a new network place? I understand that they won't be able to log on to the network from the initial logon screen like in Windows 2000 (or even 98), but how do I get them to be able to ultimately access all of the domain resources on both servers?

Thanks In Advance...
 

A:Domain Access with XP Home

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Hello,

I am having problems accessing any folder on the domain that I am connected to.
When I logon from my laptop using a LAN cable, I am able to access all folders under the domain.
When I connect the Laptop via wireless, my server profile is not used and whenever I try to list folders by going to EntireNetwork->(NameOfDomain), the Laptop hangs and says that I dont have permission.

Why has my server profile not been copied correctly to the laptop (it is set up as a roaming profile).

I have also tried to delete all profiles in Documents And Settings but this does not help.
How do I force Windows to use my roaming profile, it will not let me choose which one I want to use in User Profiles->Settings

Hope someone can help
Thanks

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Hello all,

My cousin owns a title agency in Jacksonville. He knows I knows I did some IT work in the past so he decided to ask me for help. I can build computers and know some networking, and I am pretty familiar with getting around most software but i'm in need of help with this one.

This is essentially the email he sent me.
"Instead of having her do a remote connection to one of our desktops, its seems to me it would be more convenient for her for us to setup a workstation with direct access to our domain network in her office. She will also need a laser printer and a scanner on her end, and be able to send to ours on our end."

My question is what steps need to be taken to get her computer set up and running with direct access to their domain. She is running Windows 7 32bit.

Thanks,

Alex

A:Direct access to domain network HELP

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Alex228


Hello all,

.....
This is essentially the email he sent me.
"Instead of having her do a remote connection to one of our desktops, its seems to me it would be more convenient for her for us to setup a workstation with direct access to our domain network in her office. She will also need a laser printer and a scanner on her end, and be able to send to ours on our end."

My question is what steps need to be taken to get her computer set up and running with direct access to their domain. She is running Windows 7 32bit.

Thanks,

Alex


Welcome Alex to the windows 7 forums.

A question back.
Are the workstations remote? Like at someone house.?
if so then I recommend that they run terminal services on their server
and use the built in Remote Desktop for these workstations as the local machine
drives and printers can be made available very easily.
There are VPN's that can be installed but that makes it more complicated.

If they are hard wired to the network, it might be a bit more complicated
as they would have to be built and windows 7 pro or greater installed, the they
would have to be plugged into the network and joined to the existing network
by someone with admin priv's on their server.

I do it all the time, build a machine in my basement for a client then take it to
their office and join to their domain. Piece of cake..

Rich

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Hi,

First time poster here. I am in my first year being in the IT world. I was hired in as a helping hand to the Admin here and then he quit. Now I find myself in an interesting position as he has not yet been replaced. Anyway...

A machine was recently reformatted and re-added to the domain. Even though the computer is located in the proper OU in AD, and the user is configured on the machine as a local admin, there are still greyed out boxes in many places and she is told she does not have the proper access when she tried to install things from her domain account on the machine.

We have a guy in that office with full Domain power. I kind of wonder if he might have added the machine to the domain and THEN changed the computer name. Wouldn't that cause some kinds of issues? I am waiting response from him on that.

Can't really think of any more relevant details.
 

A:No local admin access (DOMAIN)

Well, as soon as I posted this the guy responded. He found under documents and settings the username as well as another entry of username.domain, but with standard directories underneath(desktop, favorites, etc). Problem seems to have gone away. I'm still curious why the two user profiles were created. Maybe he added her user name during OS installation?
 

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I'm running windows 7 64 bit Home Premium.
I'm at college and I'd like to be able to access to the printers and some of the files on their network that are available from the computers they have set up in the labs. Now, I know that in order to JOIN a domain, I would need to have Professional or higher, but from reading around it seems that even with just home premium I should be able to have access to the files and such on a domain. But whenever I click on "Network" from from computer all I'm seeing is my own computer.
So, what do I need to do to access the files and printers, or do I actually need to buy professional to do this?

A:Access folders and files on Domain

VV211, You might be able to access the files directly by using the share with the fully qualified name ie \\server\share or mapping the share directly by the name. I install printers with the IP of the printer and that also works.

Rich

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I am new to activating the use of outlook web access and using a domain address with it. i.e. https://www.mydomain.com/owa instead of https://12.34.56.67/owaWe are using Small Business Server 2008 and have Outlook Web Access currently working. Basically our external IP address is routing all port 25 and 443 traffic to the internal IP address of our Small Business Server and it is all working fine if we use https://12.34.56.67/owa. We haven't purchased a commercial SSL certificate from Thawte or anybody, we are just using SBS's built in features.In out web domain control panel I have now setup a subdomain - mail.mydomain.com - and have pointed the A Record to out external IP address. Is this correct? I'd rather use https://mail.mydomain.com/owa than the IP address version.Sorry if I haven't explained things properly, but I am new to all this as I said.In addition to this, if anybody can clarify with me how exactly the iPhone is supposed to work with Microsoft Exchange I'd appreciate it. No tutorial online I have found has helped at all, and I have filled in all the fields correctly when trying to set this up on an iPhone 3GS. But it fails to connect and sync.Many thanks in advance for any help.

A:Outlook Web Access and domain addresses

looks like what you have done to the ip address and domain name is correct.
does it work?
you need to port forward 8080 for standard https as well.

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Does any one know the easiest way to access an IP camera remotely over the internet? I have a domain name I can use, by the way if that helps. I can see the camera's image on the LAN, but I'm not sure how to configure things to access from a web brower on a remote compjuter over the internet. Do I really need a static IP, or is there a sweet alternative via dynamic, domain name, etc.? Thank you.
 

A:Solved: IP Camera Web Access Domain Name?

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There are some Japanese flash game websites on a domain called web.fc2.com. I can access some but not others, getting a timeout error.

I can't get to ancho.web.fc2.com and detarou.web.fc2.com . I can get to pi3141592c147.web.fc2.com and yoinouchi.web.fc2.com . I've pinged all four and get very similar results - I know 'similar' is not 'exact' but I am not techy enough to read/understand ping results.

A possibly relevant pair of messages I get from pinging via dnsstuff.com are
- The destination appears to block unwanted UDP packets.
- There appears to be a firewall at <ip address> (hop 1) that blocks unwanted TCP packets.

Both my windows xp and my ubuntu box have the same problem, so it's not a hosts file issue or a system based blocking software. Might be my router?

Thank you...
 

A:Can't access some websites -- same domain different subdomain

fallinghawks said:





There are some Japanese flash game websites on a domain called web.fc2.com. I can access some but not others, getting a timeout error.

I can't get to ancho.web.fc2.com and detarou.web.fc2.com . I can get to pi3141592c147.web.fc2.com and yoinouchi.web.fc2.com . I've pinged all four and get very similar results - I know 'similar' is not 'exact' but I am not techy enough to read/understand ping results.

A possibly relevant pair of messages I get from pinging via dnsstuff.com are
- The destination appears to block unwanted UDP packets.
- There appears to be a firewall at <ip address> (hop 1) that blocks unwanted TCP packets.

Both my windows xp and my ubuntu box have the same problem, so it's not a hosts file issue or a system based blocking software. Might be my router?

Thank you...Click to expand...

Might I ask what browser you are using? Using my Google Chrome, I can access http://ancho.web.fc2.com/ & http://yoinouchi.web.fc2.com/
 

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So I have to register online for student housing in a foreign city (so kinda important...considering I need a place to live and all), but the domain they redirected me to for online application just simply won't load. It worked fine for a friend (who logged in through her own account); I also called the office and they just seemed really baffled and said I *should* be able to go on their website. So I'm guessing there might be a problem with my router/ISP/firewall/etc.???

The home page has this website http://web5.dirittoallostudio.it/polimi/online/13/housing/

And I clicked on one of the links to login, which directed me to another domain, then after I typed in my username and password, they redirected me to this server: http://81.29.193.60. And that's where everything just stops working.

At first I thought it was a flash problem, but the 'loading' animation turns out to be just a gif. I don't think the server is sending through any data at all.

I tried doing the same with Firefox/Chrome/Safari on my mac, and did the same with IE on my dad's PC that's wirelessly hooked to the same network. Not a single time it seemed to be loading anything at all. I tried accessing the website again on my macbook pro at a library AND a local coffee shop. Still no dice. I cleared all my cache and deleted all my cookies on Firefox but it still won't load. I'm not ruling out the possibility that there's a glitch with the website, but i... Read more

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Hey all had a quick question hope you guys might be able to help me on. For a while now i could access my domain accounts when even not connected to our network (Mil) But since we moved to xp it will not allow it. Any thoughts?

Vince Passaro
2/504
82nd ABN DIV
 

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Hi All

Have a bit of a problem with myemail, if I take my computer and plug it into any modem other than TPG modem(which my modem at home is connected to) I can access email and also access theDomain associated with it.

As soon as I connect via Wi-Fi ordirectly to my modem, I can not access either

I have contacted my provider aboutthis 3 days ago and they still have not managed as yet to fix this problem.

I have re-configured my modem Ihave also re-configured it to another tpg account they gave me the name for,brought up the command prompt etc and did all the tests they asked me to do.

The only way I can access my emailwhen at home is via my mobile (iPhone) which is with Telstra as long as I havethe Wi-Fi to the modem turned off and just use the data allowance that came withmy phone plan.

I have also checked internetexplorer and firewalls etc etc as to any sites blocked, I have also downloadedanother search engine to see if I can access this site and I cannot whileconnected to my modem in whatever way.

The email people has checked everythingand all working that end and I know it is as when I am not connected to mymodem it works fine.

As yet I am still waiting on TPG toget back to me after sending cmd info back which showed it cannot connect

Any suggestions would be more thanwelcome, don't care how silly it is I will try it
Cheers

Serena/beanie
 

A:Solved: Can not access my email or domain

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