Question about Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition OEM Full Version for PC (73000847)
So I have Windows 98 connecting to server 2008 with Active Directory Client Extensions. The 2008 server is a standard server that has connected to a Server 2003 PDC in a forest. The PDC is a WINS server and the 2008 server has the PDC set as its WINS server with LMHosts lookup turned off and NetBIOS over TCP/IP turned on. The Server 2008 is following the group policy of the PDC. I can use shares from the PDC without any problems whatsoever. whenever I connect to the 2008 server then I can see the directory and explorer crashes once I attempt to click on anything. Everything was restarted and I have mapped all of the network drives again. I have redone the share and the permissions are correct.
I have uninstalled a Novell client for Windows 98 but networking does work fine with the 2003 server. I doubt it has had an effect on the situation but it might be worth mentioning it.
The OS may not be compatible for Server 2003, The best thing that you can do here is to upgrade your operating system to Windows XP or Windows Vista for full compliant on Networking.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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