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Old 08-13-2011, 07:49 PM
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Default SBS 2011 Assigned User Fails when using Connect Computer Wizard

Hello fellow technibblers, I'm in need for some assistance. I can't seem to add clients to the domain. When I run the Connect Computer Wizard it gets to Assigning User then fails saying server not accessible. Now what I have noticed is the http://connect is very sporadic when connecting, sometimes it loads other times it throws up the usual page cannot be found. To further complicate things the server itsself has trouble accessing most websites. I've disabled Enhanced Security for Administrators but it still has problems connecting. I can ping http://connect just fine and the server is being used as the primary DNS. IPV6 is enabled on all machines, and the server. I'm out of ideas, please help.
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Old 08-17-2011, 04:06 PM
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have you tried to create the users locally within AD?

also have you confirmed you do not have 2 nodes fighting over 1 IP address?
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Old 08-30-2011, 01:55 PM
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Ok thanks for all the help. I finally figured out what it was. The NIC I used for the server was bad. I just moved the network cable to the other NIC and everything just started working. It was the last thing on my mind because this is a brand new SBS Server just came in from dell like 3 days before I arrived on site. Hope its not a sign of things to come with this machine. Thanks again for your help.
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