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RDP Error I am not abel to access RDP From My PC, i am abel to access Internet but i am not abel to get RDP many of Times. Sometimes by flushing DNS i might abel to get RDP Some time.

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Re: RDP Error

Hi, * see your local PC if any Virus or Spyware causing the problem * Your destination host must have a password * Your destination host must have port 3389 (RDP) port opened * see any IP filteration defined on destination host (use NMAP for windows to see filteraton and open port status) * keep your DNS address permanent, and Clear all prevous ARPs thanks Arun

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Eror 105 wifi

Error 105 is one of the most commonly faced errors by a lot of users everyday who are using Google chrome
Error 105 is a DNS resolution error. - Which means when you enter the URL of the website and hit enter in Google chrome, it tries to resolve the IP address of the website using a protocol called DNS (Domain Name System). If chrome is unable to reach the DNS server, the name resolution fails and you get the error 105.
Once you have verified from your internet service provider that there is no problem on their end, follow the step by step instructions below.
We are simply going to add a manual DNS address in Windows so that chrome is able to resolve DNS queries.
1) Press [Windows Key + R] to open the "RUN Dialog"
Alternatively, you can also click on the start menu, type run in the search bar, and you will have the RUN Program.
Once you have the RUN box, type in ncpa.cpl and click OK - This would work for all Windows operating systems including Windows Xp, Vista and 7.
2) Next, Choose the correct network adapter (from the icons)
If you are connecting to the internet using an Ethernet cable, then most likely you are using a desktop computer. Right-Click "Local Area Connection" and click "Properties"
If you are connecting to the internet using a Wi-Fi Connection, then Right-Click on "Wireless Network Connection" and click properties
3) After you open the properties window, select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click "Properties"
4) Usually you would be having both the options set to "Automatic"
In the section below, select the "Use the following DNS Server Addresses" and enter the following values Preferred DNS Server -
Alternate DNS Server -
and click "OK", then click "CLOSE"
You must now test your new configuration by browsing a website - you can also try and browse the website you were trying to get to when you got the error 105.

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Can not access site. Says DNS not available

The Domain Name System (abbreviated DNS) is an Internet directory service. DNS is how domain names are translated into IP addresses, and DNS also controls email delivery. If your computer cannot access DNS, your web browser will not be able to find web sites, and you will not be able to receive or send email

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Error 105 net err_name_not_resolved

It looks to me is a Name Resolution problem. The problem is with the DNS Server.
  1. Do you have a Firewall or an Antivirus suite Installed? Please let me know in the next comment.
  2. Then you have to check your DNS settings. IF you have use Router to perform DNS resolution, you have to check the Router's Diagnostics. You have to check the DNS server which the router connects. If it is internal, you may be having an IP Address misconfiguration. You can solve it by going to the Network and Internet connections (Control Panel Applet).
  3. Right click the LAN icon and go to Properties and then Double click TCP/IP properties. Check whether you have assigned a DNS automatically. If you know the address of the Local DNS (if you have one), please specify the IP Address of DNS "Manually".
  4. Right click the Icon above mentioned and select "Stats".
  5. Click on "Support" and then "Details".
  6. Check whether the DNS, DHCP (if available) and Default Gateway (your router most probably) are set Properly.
  7. If all the settings are properly assigned, then you have to check your Antivirus suite and its Firewall (or Windows firewall if you have Modified the settings recently). Try Disabling.
  8. If you still receive the error, you have to clear your DNS cache.
  9. Click Start =>Run, type in cmd, press OK.
  10. Type in ipconfig /flushdns and hit Enter.
  11. Then again type ipconfig /registerdns. (You can view DNS Resolver Cache by using ipconfig /displaydns command). Clear your Browser's Cookies as well. You can do that by going to Tools => Internet Options.
  12. If non of these works, you have to try this method.
  13. Click Start =>Run, type in CMD, press OK.
  14. Copy and paste this into the Command prompt:
  15. netsh winsock reset catalog
  16. Press Enter
  17. Then copy and paste this in:
  18. netsh int ip reset reset.log
  19. Press Enter.
  20. When finished restart your computer.

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Jun 17, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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First try flushing your DNS file aka Hosts file. You do this through a cmd prompt. To open a cmd, go to start and type in cmd and hit enter. In Vista you just type in cmd in to the search bar in the start...

No, both FireFox and Internet Explorer use the same "cache".
So, "flushing" (in order to "empty") the cache will either fix the problem in both web-browsers, or will _NOT_ fix the problem in either web-browser.

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Cannot get internet access using windows explorer

One possible reason could be the workgroup or domain settings.
Try clearing that and make the laptop work as a standalone computer, so it does not look for the configured workgroup/domain when you connect to the network in the internet cafe.


Apr 26, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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DNS Name resolution Between private & Public network.

You do not need to configure ISP's PTR records. Instead define their DNS addresses as forwarders in the properties of DNS server under forwarders tab and flush DNS cache.

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Getting error while joining any host(winxp or other os) to domain

Hi irudayaraj, you are right,and one more for checking use this site ,really it is goos and free site.

Feb 15, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Hi hemgri,

the answer to this problem is unfortunately not that easy, because multiple reasons can cause this error.

It could be a simple DNS or DHCP service error, that can hopefully be fixed by restarting the services
  1. Go to Start>Run and type "services.msc" and click ok
  2. In the list look for "DHCP Client". Right-click and choose Stop
  3. Then right-click "DHCP Client" again and choose Start.
  4. Then look for "DNS Client". Right-click and choose Stop.
  5. Once again right click "DNS Client" and choose Start.
  6. Double-click your Internet Explorer button and all should be working now.
It is also possible that your DNS server is not working properly. What ISP do you have and what are your DNS servers? Try assigning a static DNS server.

  1. Go to Control Panel>Network Connections.
  2. Right-click on Local Area Connections and go to properties
  3. Double-click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
  4. Chose "Use the Following DNS server"
  5. Type in on the first line and on the second line.(These are Verizon's DNS server.) Click OK.
We are just going to use theseDNS to see if there is something wrong with your ISP's DNS. Try browsing and see if it works. If it does, you can also use one of the open DNS servers instead of the one's from your ISP, i.e. OpenDNS's free DNS servers: and

If this still doesn't work, then there is a possibility that your computer is infected with a virus. To do something about that would be too much for this forum, because it involves posting of 'HijackThis" logs. Have a look here, someone had the same problem. Try to find help there - the guys are really good and know what they're doing.

Please leave a comment, so I (and maybe others) can learn more about this.

Good luck!

Jan 08, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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You are going to go to the tcp/ip settings and enter a permanent ip address.
If you access the internet you could always use the ip address you are getting from dhcp, just go to start-run and type cmd then at the command prompt type ipconfig and copy the ip, subnet, gw and dns to the tcp/ip settings.
Thank you for choosing agadycom.

Nov 13, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Internet Not Working

I know i'm speaking the obvious, but you are defininatly being on a corporate LAN.

If you are able to ping google, than there is no problem with outside communication.

I'd check the configuration settings of first of all the software on the PC, then connect to the router/network server and see if your ports are being forwarded correctly through your firewall. If my memory serves me right, TCP ports 8000-8099 are used for web browsing, 21-25 are used for FTP access, etc.

It would also help to know if any other PCs on the network are experiencing the same problem or not. If they aren't, you could compare configuration settings in them to determine what to look for and change on the mulfunctioning computer.

if they aren't, your SOL on using that as a method, but still RDP or VNC to the server (or just factory reset the router, if it's a small soho router), and reconfigure/check settings.

May 20, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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