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how to connect my computers to a windows server 2003 server
network setup in windows 2003 server

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Msg#: 301 posted 6:10 am on Sep 20, 2005 (gmt 0)

hi there dear webmaster friends

i have a server running windows server 2003 and then i have 3 more computers running windows xp pro (2 of them)
and the third one winows server 2003.

can you please tell me how to do that!

more question is that i insatlled the service pack1 for windows server 2003, and i have a wired messages sticking to the network connection saying limited or no connectivity connection.

can any buddy please help me!

thank you all for helping me




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Msg#: 301 posted 4:14 am on Sep 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

The topic of setting up a network is the subject of entire courses for network administrators. It can get quite complex. Without more clarification it would be hard to say what's best for your situation. What sort of network are you trying to setup and what roles will the server play?

If you are just starting out and planning to be a network administrator then you have a bit of studying to do. For example, Microsoft has several courses on this topic: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Resources [microsoft.com]

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