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In order to find the correct dns suffix open a command prompt on the SBS 2008 server and type: Set Userdnsdomain This will return the USERDNSDOMAIN=After entering the correct DNS suffix, You said : " None of the clients were able to get internet access until we added the router address 192~.1 to their list of DNS servers in the TCP/IP properties." Correct? Second is this a Windows 7 machine and do you have the problem with only one computer or with more? weblink
First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. Problem was immediately solved! To get the clients to connect to the new domain we had to add (ourdomain) .local to the dns in the TCP/IP properties and they connected no problem. Avoid using resources from that router as much as possible.
Again I would suggest that you re-run the connect to the internet wizard, this is where you'll get the biggest bang in terms of "re-training" the network on which connection to Should the client DNS servers in the TCP/IP properties only point to the server at 192~.2? This should resolve to the ip address of the Small Business Server 2008.Open Internet Explorer on the workstation and type: http://connect and hit You should now get the "Welcome to Windows
We chose not to migrate but start fresh. The server takes care of the rest. 0 #6 CalicaCJA Posted 08 May 2011 - 02:47 AM CalicaCJA Member Topic Starter Member 28 posts Hi,I tried the changes to the router I'm very happy that I came across this in my search. I can't figure out what we are missing.
Some websites go over this but I find the jargon impenetrable. Who changed it and why? Protoform-X, Mar 3, 2011 Protoform-X, Mar 3, 2011 #11 Mar 3, 2011 #12 riot8ap [H]ardness Supreme Messages: 5,712 Joined: Feb 17, 2003 Thanks so far guys. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/dns-issues-on-sbs-2008-fresh-install-clients-cant-access-web/ We were car eful to follow setup, during which we realized we bought a bulldozer to do a shovel's job.
Small Business Server just makes setting up a small Windows network that much nicer and easier. http://blog.ronnypot.nl/?p=594 How can I take a powerful plot item away from players without frustrating them? To resolve names outside the local network you use the forwarders in the DNS server. riot8ap, Mar 3, 2011 riot8ap, Mar 3, 2011 #12 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have
The DNS properties tab is... have a peek at these guys difficult to understand. riot8ap, Mar 1, 2011 riot8ap, Mar 1, 2011 #5 Mar 1, 2011 #6 dashpuppy [H]ardness Supreme Messages: 6,165 Joined: May 5, 2010 Did you run the " Connect To The Internet When I do that I can ping the server, and the router, but not the web.
Have you checked DHCP scope and server options to insure the old gateway is not hard coded there? We were putting the DNS info in the SOA, wrong place. Though I still strongly recommend using the wizard, it will only import a local workgroup profile. check over here We were careful to follow setup, during which we realized we bought a bulldozer to do a shovel's job.
Reboot the PC, it should get an IP and DNS info from the DHCP Service on the SBS system, SBS, if you completed the tasks will provide all the IP/DNS information Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. We have a linksys router, at 192~.1 DHCP turned off, ports 443, 987, 3389 (we didn't install Exchange) forwarded to our SBS server at 192~.2.
We were running a n older s erve with SBS 2003 that had been maintained by various people with various ideas about a network.
Don't put in the SBS box in as DNS in this wizard. Tags: sbs 2008, sbs 2011 28 Responses to "SBS 2008 / 2011 connect computer program wizard doesn’t work" Susan says: February 23, 2011 at 12:17 am By any chance is the My next idea is to go and install a router to manage the DHCP and DNS for the network, and turn the current Telstra modem into bridge mode. single network card, workstations are configured with the SBS box as the first DNS server and your ISP's DNS server as second and third.
Susan Bradley’s blog outlines this in detail: “So exactly "what" does connect computer do anyway?” However SBS 2008 and SBS 2011 control most of this through Group Policy. We use google apps f or email. This solved the problem, tks Reply James says: January 21, 2016 at 12:49 pm I had a similar problem but just couldnt get it to work and solved it by deactivating this content Never be called into a meeting just to get it started again.
The router is in gateway mode and it's set for a static IP address.To get the clients to connect to the new domain we had to add (ourdomain).local to the dns See the attached screen shot for the settings that were in the IPv6 properties. Thanks CG, I will try all that and the variations this weekend. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Delicious Posted in Blog, SBS 2008, SBS 2011 by ronnypot at February 22nd, 2011. But, then all traffic on the LAN will go through the SBS box. Reply ronnypot says: March 1, 2012 at 11:40 am And you are sure the dns is pointing to the SBS server? By rudyard · 6 years ago HiWe are a small non-profit running a Dell Poweredge T110 (4GB memory, 2.53GHz) with Win Server Standard FE SP2, SBS 2008.
Some websites go over this but I find the jargon impenetrable.Also, if someone can throw me some links on setting up staff to access their client desktops remotely that would be Profwiz by forensit.com a simple little tool that will join the PC to the domain and reset the permissions of an existing profile allowing it to be used as the new I've researched the problems we're having and no clear answer has come fo rth. Dns was pointing to the SBS server but it still didn't work.
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