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Internate sharing close in day maximum 5 time or more

I have server 2003sp1 and on load extra setup sp2.in server broadband service for internate. with join in total 16pc.now server in to 2lancard 1)lancard in broadband service 2)lancard in local network. so my problem is sharing disconnect on server and all client total internate service close but in the server continue net not a close net.so please resolve help me

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  • Teis Thomsen
    Teis Thomsen May 11, 2010

    I think you have:

    1 Server2003 with SP2

    16 pc on the LAN (WinXP i sopose)

    That you have two (2) NIC in your Server,

    and - that you want to block your users (16 pc) from access the internet....

    - is this the case???????

    Re-write your problem, Im not sure that I understand

    /Teis

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Nothing Put ur Client PC' s Default gate. And then DNS IP- Address as server's ip-Address.I thing this method may be already configured on ur Server. Not yet, Try it Now......




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