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If not, will follow above steps and advise.Just wanted to let you know you're not alone! Maybe the Sirius widget is just buffering the audio stream.So you're saying that the workstations should still have an internet connection even if they lose the connection to the server, because Email Password Log In Forgot your password? Is there a word for happiness made possible by a tragic situation? navigate here

Creating your account only takes a few minutes. But this doesn't fix the issue. Navigate to the following registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\IPsec\Policy\LocalRight-click the key, select Delete, and confirm the deletion. Join Now Hey all, I have a pretty small setup I'm working with here...the relevant parts are 2 domain controllers and about 33 workstations.  The DCs run Windows Server 2003 R2 and https://www.petri.com/forums/forum/server-operating-systems/windows-server-2000-2003-2003-r2/21403-windows-server-2003-periodically-loses-network-connectivity

TCP/IP properties appears fine, no "a network cable is unplugged" errors. Otherwise its could be a few more things like a networkshare timeout (I think there is a policy for this) But it's really strange that the winxp machines doesn't have issues. Server has nothing to do with this except that is does dhcp leases. As such Quick Tips have not been reviewed, validated or approved by Dell and should be used with appropriate caution.

  • Must be the networking of the host that runs it.
  • Based on what I'm seeing here, I'm wondering if this is a NIC and/or NIC driver issue.
  • and MS...
  • Jim: "How many physical Windows 2003 servers do we have?" Now it's Todd scratching his head and thinking ...
  • Report • #14 wanderer July 21, 2009 at 09:48:59 flow control is usually not enabled by default and wouldn't effect what you are experiencing.Yes write down the tcp/ip setting and then
  • Done that ....
  • When you say you can't ping do you mean you can't ping anything, or you can ping some things but not others?
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  • Right-click the IPSEC Services service and select Properties.
  • A Windows expert I work closely with came to me concerned that his Windows 2003 server wasn’t connecting to the network any longer.

If it is needed, its local policy store can be rebuilt in order to restore its functionality. The network connection of a running Hyper-V virtual machine may be lost under heavy outgoing network traffic on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2263829 The But I don't have to, if it's a problem to you. Report • #24 wanderer July 23, 2009 at 10:21:59 Only thing that won't work if the server is down is name resolution since the workstations only have the server listed as

Creating vCenter alarms with PowerCLI Monitoring vSphere Replication RPO with vCenter al... ► May (5) ► April (8) ► March (5) ► February (6) ► January (6) ► 2012 (62) ► It's on 192.168.10.14. after things were working fine for the day in my last post) - disabled all antivirus startup and services on the DC with the AV server-side software and changed the network http://www.netgainit.com/blog/blogwindows-2003-virtual-machines-lose-network-connectivity/ When you have the issue what does and doesn't work - Can you ping things?

Report • #27 Blibit July 24, 2009 at 17:33:11 Yes, this is the wrong thread - not sure what happened to the one I was reading. Report • #28 SuddenDesigns July 25, 2009 at 10:58:38 We're having the exact same problem on our company domain controller. Dell shall not be liable for any loss, including but not limited to loss of data, loss of profit or loss of revenue, which customers may incur by following any procedure Everyone of them thought more troubleshooting only would be costly and would probably not lead to anything.

Report • #31 Phatsta August 5, 2009 at 05:50:39 I just spoke to Microsoft support, and the agent said at least he had not heard about this before. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/015b84ee-f74c-4e93-956c-a67799be5afe/losing-network-connectivity-in-vms?forum=winserverhyperv You should add as secondary dns server 206.47.244.101 like you have on the server.Given the present config if the users put in the ip of the web page they would go Oops, something's wrong below. Related 4Crossover cable in addition to normal network connection on servers?0Server 2003 and XP Client; Why are HTTP connections being silently dropped3Troubleshooting loss of network connectivity in Windows 2003 - What

GPU RAM CPU ROM Submit Challenge × Join Now or connect with Connect with Facebook LinkedIn Already have an account? check over here Obviously this has not yet happened here - like in most places). Default server: unknown. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk.

Hopefully it will help you as well! Hope they will help. Why do my users 're'select the amount in the cart? http://roguewb.com/windows-server/windows-server-2003-statement-of-support-sos-for-microsoft-proxy-server-2-0-mar-13.html This will test dns access and name resolution.

DHCP is NOT provided by the server - it is provided by a router that is connected to our DSL modem. I checked the router and dhcp is disabled on it.ISP's DNS server is listed in Forwarders.There are no red x's during the last outage. Your feedback has been sent.

up vote 2 down vote favorite 1 Our windows 2003 server has stopped all connectivity.

Our COO's LG Spectrum had a system update over the weekend (2 weekends ago now) and he was connecting to one of our WAPs whenever he came in.  This corresponds to Any red x's? Once you get the alternate dns entry they should get there by name like google.com.Concernign nslookup, have you rebooted the server since the ip changeback?If you go into the dns log KB912023).

Do you have any further links to this bug John? IPSec will discard all inbound and outbound TCP/IP network traffic that is not permitted by boot-time IPSec Policy exemptions. View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » prev 1 2 next 36 Replies Serrano OP OceanV May 7, 2012 at 7:31 UTC sounds almost like you're http://roguewb.com/windows-server/windows-server-2003-terminal-server-capacity-and-scaling-apr-24.html Two NICS, one inside (192.168.1.x/24 with GW being dot 1) and one outside with 1 or more static IP addresses with the ISP supplied Gateway.