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Windows 7 Professional on Server 2003 domain
I have been asked to deploy some Windows 7 Professional machines on our network here at work. We run Server 2003 on the domain.
We have 2 factories in the area, the main one and another about an hours drive away.
I have successfully set up a couple machines here at the main plant running Windows 7 with minimal issues, however when i tryed to deploy the first Windows 7 machine at our other location, i ran into a couple problems.
When the user logs onto the domain from the Windows 7 computer here at the main plant, all seems to work fine (email, network drives, internet access). When the user tryes to log in from with the same computer at our other location, they have NO internet access, email, or network drives. But they do have access to citrix apps on the server and they can print to network printers.
I know the network admins run some scripts to map the network drives and what not, however i am just help desk and have limited knownledge on that.
When i troubleshoot the internet connection it says something about web proxy settings? (the internet proxy on the browser is set via a script)
Ipconfig appears to look ok as far as ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway are.
thanks in advance for any help
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