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Conversions of Windows 2000 to 2003 messed up my office network

I'm currently using Windows 2000 OS in my office network with around 13 computers networked by a switcher. I decided to upgrade my OS to Window 2003 but when I checked my network, the other computers can see the upgraded computer but the upgraded computer couldn't see the other computer. What should I do? Do I need to upgrade the other computers 1st before they can see each other or do I need to re-configure the network again? Kindly advise.

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  • geniiw May 11, 2010

    your server upgraded to windows server 2003 from 2000. Do you have the 2003 set in mixed mode to see servers that are not windows 2003?

  • Blue Sky IT Strategies
    Blue Sky IT Strategies May 11, 2010

    It depends on how your network was configured with Windows 2000 and how you ran the upgrade to Windows 2003. Chances are there's an issue with DNS/Active Directory.



    A good tool to consider in the future for migrations is the swing migration or if you're just doing upgrades for hardware, you can consider using a software package from Acronis.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    are we taking about client computer of server?

  • Bob
    Bob May 11, 2010

    One cannot just install Windows Server 2003 and expect it to work automatically, one needs to take the time to learn about it and how to configure it. Try these tutorials:
    http://www.visualwin.com/
    http://www.learnthat.com/courses/compute...

    What edition are you using?


  • Barry Parks May 11, 2010

    Are you using a workgroup or a domain in the office? You may just need to add all of the computers into the active directory.

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You should probably reconfig your network. If that fails then you might need expert help from Microsoft. Good Luck!

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Hmm, I don't think you will be able to re-configure the network for it but i suggest you install the program each by each as they are different "Windows" Products.

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You will need to re-configure the network

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