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Connection problem I have a PC with windows server2003 in my domain and it is connected through DHCP now it is showing me limited and low connectivity

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  • kobe brayant May 07, 2008

    Hi Sagaarul,

    Thanks for ur assistance but thing is that i have already install new landcard NIC

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It may be LAN card issue please check NIC.
Reset your switch.. and try..

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