|25 Jul 2011||#1|
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Logged into the domain but can't ping DNS
I have a computer that is a member of a domain and can log into the domain but once logged in it cannot access anything on the network or even ping either DNS. From another computer on the network I cannot ping that machine either. When logged in locally we ensured that all the TCP/IP settings were correct and the Windows Firewall is turned off.
Where else should I look for the cause of this issue? Why would the computer not be able to ping either DNS but still be able to log into the domain?
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