Windows 2008 Server R2 or Windows 7 computers cannot access network shares and printers

If you are having problem opening network shares or  from Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 server periodically, then download the hotfix Microsoft released to correct this issue. Even when you have this problem, you can browse to it using your server’s IP address.  I’ve seen this happen if you have XenApp 6 on…
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Server GUID DNS name could not be resolved to an IP address

Server GUID DNS name could not be resolved to an IP address If you get this error on your DC during dcdiag.exe tests or in any other way, there is a good chance that your DNS infrastructure is not working properly. In order to correct this issue, you can run the dcdiag.exe with a switch…
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How to run DCDIAG to test the health of an active directory network

DCDIAG stands for domain controller diagnostics is a free tool from Microsoft to test the overall health of an active directory network. This tool (support tool is the exact name) can be download from Microsoft website or can be found as part of the resource kit on a windows 2003 server CD. I will list…
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How to find FSMO roles on a Windows 2008 or Windows 2003 Server

If you ever want to find out which server is hosting various FSMO roles for administrative or troubleshooting purpose, run the following command on a domain controller (DC) server. netdom query fsmo This command will find all the 5 roles of FSMO and list it one by one.

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