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Without gateway you will not be able to ping. We have about 10 machines on this network at present and probably 30 a year ago. Maybe your image has a fault... I will post more when they get back to me if anyone is interested. Check This Out

This is a brand-new machine, *all* network connections work fine except to the DC (which as been the case with every other Vista/7 machine I've tried) The server (which is actually timeout was 2 seconds. *** Request to UnKnown timed-out 0 LVL 31 Overall: Level 31 Windows Server 2003 23 SBS 7 Windows 7 6 Message Expert Comment by:DrUltima2010-01-06 Comment Utility Hooked up devices to a switch as well as direct to router, but same issue. Are the non-DC servers on the same network segment as the DC? Continued

I think he already checked that. You won't be able to join the Domain if the client can't access the DC.EEOC Report • #5 dewald May 11, 2009 at 12:57:22 I kinda realized that. What is it? - 192.168.10.1 Without gateway you will not be able to ping. - DG is the same for server and clients As far as not being able to ping It would direct you to use the server for dhcp and disable the routers dhcp server.you also should disable all other network interfaces, including hamachi except the wireless on both which

I'm checking on WINS and RRAS and will post back later with the results. Remember, we can't see it, you need to spell the results out exactly, "It don't work" isn't specific enough. I really must get this fixed! It's in the DC configuration.

List any AV software on either, disabled or not. Marked as answer by Yan Li_Moderator Monday, November 28, 2011 1:39 AM Saturday, November 19, 2011 8:18 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Here is the weird part. Pen Tester's Programming Style My cat sat down on my laptop, now the right side of my keyboard types the wrong characters Select 2D data in a certain range Why did http://serverfault.com/questions/542878/unable-to-ping-active-directory-server-with-domain-name Ran ipconfig/flushdns and ipconfig /registerdns Enable NetBIOS over TCP setting.

This is the 2nd time I have see this issue on a forum, and neither 'Fixed" the issue, I am now experiencing the same problem, adding 10 Win 7 desktops to I have several other Win 2k3 servers (some R2, some not) that are not domain controllers and my Vista/7 machines have no trouble pinging them, accessing file shares, etc. Definately worth looking at though. 0 LVL 35 Overall: Level 35 SBS 32 Windows Server 2003 10 Windows 7 4 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Cris Hanna2010-01-07 Comment Utility Permalink(# Could you post screen shots of an NSLOOKUP against your DC and another against a different server? 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:RandomPsychology2010-01-06 Comment Utility Permalink(#

And if (to top things off) your DNS Server will tell you that it can not find "corp.hai2u.com" then you know your DNS is royally messed up ;)   1 I've checked basic config settings there and didn't see anything amiss. 802.1x authentication was turned on, so i tried disabling that, but it didn't change anything. What is the result of an nslookup on the DC server name from a Vista/7 machine? 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:RandomPsychology2010-01-06 Comment Utility Permalink(# a26192467) remote access?

Request timed out. his comment is here I am running Win7 pro at home and it is connecting to the webmail server over the internet. Thanks & Regards, Parmatma   Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Server 2012 will not ping the FQDN but will ping the IP unable to ping via DNS name ( to my Domain Firewall is off on the server.

As an example, if you ping the above SRV record, the ping will return the IP Address for one of the domain controllers in the domain. if any one has any solution i will be delighted. 0 Pimiento OP STCankaya Nov 15, 2013 at 4:16 UTC 1st Post if you have routing and remote This is because your windows firewall/ ICS is trying to use the same resources.  Check your Event Log, under System Tree, look for an error relating to "Service Control Manager". this contact form Ran ipconfig/flushdns and ipconfig /registerdns Enable NetBIOS over TCP setting.

It says: Header checksum: 0x0000 [incorrect, should be 0x9238] So because of that, the client never sends a response. Reset Post Submit Post Hardware Forums Desktop · 24,970 discussions Laptops · 2,480 discussions Hardware · 18,792 discussions Networks · 41,253 discussions Storage · 1,986 discussions Peripheral · 2,043 discussions Latest It will probably save you time and energy getting to the meat of the issue.

If you choose Public this will block most access to the PC.

What is it? Roger 0 Message Active 4 days ago Expert Comment by:ittechstop2011-10-20 Comment Utility Permalink(# a37004477) I have the same exact problem with the same environment. Read More Check Object Replication Status across Active Directory Forest Tip explains how you can check object replication status Active Directory forest... Thanks.

Justin 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:RandomPsychology2010-01-07 Comment Utility Permalink(# a26203935) Okay, Wireshark was a great idea! This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees , and confers no rights. Have a look at this also: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winservergen/thread/71e3a74d-accf-4b17-848e-03c5997cf767/ Check on the DC Client for Microsoft Network and File and Printer sharing for Microsoft Networks are enabled on NIC setting. navigate here Can you check your logs on your PDC emulator DC and let me know if there are any errors in the DNS or AD replication? 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level

Usually systems with FireWall enabled do not allow pinging in certain cases. I opened a support case with Cisco tonight. Server Room Clean Up It was beginning to become a nightmare trawling through hundreds of cables to identify what was connected to where. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member?

Master Browsers should not be multi-homed 272294 - Active Directory Communication Fails on Multihomed Domain Controllers http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;272294 191611 - Symptoms of Multihomed Browsers http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;191611 -->> IP configuration on domain controller: ------------------------------------------ I'm not a Cisco guy..and we wanted the UTM advantages of the Access Enforcer anyway, so never tried to figure out what the issue with the PIX was..but that was definitely testing backup/restore works.   Everything appeared to be fine until I tried joining Win 7 machines to the domain. as asked before: Do you ave a VPN of any sort configured on the Vista machines?

Client computers (Winlogon Service) always query DNS Server to find the IP Address of the domain controller.You can follow the simple steps to ensure SRV records of a domain controller are We took out the Cisco PIX and replaced it with a Calyptix Access Enforcer..guess what the problem went away! timeout was 2 seconds. Resolved issues presented in SBS2003 BPA.

Thank you for the extended information. Request timed out. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. Wonder if I'd run into the same issues trying to join a PC to the live domain controller.

I quit using Cicso Pix in favor of a Fortinet, that made my administration life much easier.