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Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Say, I have a Windows file server (Server 2003 memeber server of AD domain) that has shared folders. Do I need everyone > to be running DHCP (they use static IPs now) for it to take effect? No, create an account now.
Works great!!! > > Thanks, Good to hear. Powered by Blogger. Possible to come up with a different solution? > > Ace > > > 10-03-2008, 04:20 PM #5 Jaz Guest Posts: n/a Re: Mapping Drive to DNS Alias
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Fartcatcher wrote: > *Hello, I would like to map a drive to an alias (\\server\Data). > setup an > alias 'server' in DNS, can ping it successfully but when I try A registry modification of the server hosting the share is require for the LAN Manager Server Service to function properly. I don't know of any way to alias a share to a >> DNS/server name, only to a drive letter. >> > > Thanks for the reply Richard. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/85607-cannot-access-shared-folder-using-dns-alias SMS verification, is it secure?
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Browse other questions tagged windows-server-2008 domain-name-system mappeddrive or ask your own question. http://www.techtalkz.com/windows-server-2003/446872-mapping-drive-dns-alias.html What can I do? Otherwise the following error message will appear when attempts to connect a share are made. Hello and welcome to PC Review.
Our DNS servers are 2003 and the target server is 2008. 0 Mace OP Best Answer ChristopherO Jan 8, 2010 at 3:27 UTC You will need to disable http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-map/cannot-map-network-drive-windows-7-server-2003.html I tried accessing the shared folder from Run : \\Server1\SharedFolder - Did not work. Also, you could try editing the hosts file on ABC001 to point somedns.example.com to localhost. –Joel Coel Oct 2 '15 at 13:34 Thanks for the response -- unfortunately adding Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanServer\Parameters Create a new DWORD value: Value Name: DisableStrictNameChecking Value Data: 1 Base: Decimal Restart your server.
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Is this possible and what do I need to do? Rav Guest Hi, I have created an cname for a server on my network on my 2003 domain. Just wondering if I did something wrong or is this even possible. navigate here http://rgharper.mvps.org/ * HELP us help YOU ...
However, I had paths and stuff which used my old computer name, so I then changed my Win 7 computer back to what it was originally.