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When you install a server operating system at that time it will ask you that how many maximum clients you want to attach this server so by default its 10 ,that means you can attach maximum of 10 clients , you can increase or decrease the no of computer you want.

Firstly you have to decide whether to add clients in workgroup mode or Domin mode..in domain mode you have the centralised management on the computer .so select domain level mode .
now to make clients either you can make 5 user in active directory user and computer.
1:Go to Administrative tools > Select Active Directory Users and computers > Select user on the left side > right click on that and select new user > now follow on screen instruction to make a user > now make other 4 user also in the same mannner.Now when you are logged on with local user on the clients select my computer > right click and Select properties > select my computer tab >now click change button to make client work with domain type only domain name for eg if your domain is contoso.com ,> type their only contoso > now a box will appear asking you for administrator and password enter domain controller pc password ,it will ask you to restart > after restart user can login at the client computer...
Or:

just login with local user at client computer Right click my computer > and do the same procedure ,after restarting you can login with your server name administrator and password .
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1. System is Cluttered by junk files, cache files and other unnecessary files.
2. More client-applications installed that needs server connection
3. Block by your own firewall application


Resolution:
1. Clear History Files, Cache Files, Cookies and Junk Files. You can use CCleaner Application or Advanced SystemCare Application for Mobile to clear History Files, Cache Files, Cookies and Junk Files and even optimize your mobile performance.

2. Temporarily remove client-applications installed that needs server connection.

3. Disable your own Firewall Application temporarily

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Asus fonnepad does not conect automatically to wifi router


1. Launch a browser and access router settings by keying in http://192.168.1.1 on the address bar.
2. To set up the VPN server:
1) Click "VPN Server" on the Advanced Settings menu on the left panel.
2) On the "Enable PPTP Server" item, select "Enable".
3) Select type of Broadcast Support.
4) Select type of Force MPPE Encyrption.
5) Type a range of IP addresses for the VPN clients. The example on the screenshot below shows an IP address range of "192.168.10.11" to "192.168.10.20".
*The specified IP address range can be from 192.168.10.2 to 192.168.10.254. As a VPN server, the ASUS router can assign only a maximum number of ten IP addresses.
6) Input a username and password for VPN clients. A maximum of ten usernames and passwords can be added.

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How to configure the two wifi router


Are you trying to cascade two wireless routers? If yes, here's how:

1. First make sure that the first router (will serve as the server router) should be working. And then get the IP address of the server router.

2. Connect a CAT5 cable from the WAN port of the server router and the other end of the CAT5 cable should be connected to any of the LAN ports of the client router (which is the second router).

3. Then connect a computer directly to the client router and access its WEB UI.

4. Disable the DHCP server capability of the client router and set a static IP on the client router and make sure that it has the same IP range as the server router so that they would communicate.

5. After making sure that the two routers are on the same IP range, connect a computer to the server router and then ping the IP of the client router. Once you can ping it, then it should work.

If you're having a trouble with the setup or should you wish to have more information about the router, then refer to the router's user manual for necessary information.

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How to use network inventory ? what is it requirment ?


Installed Windows server 2000/2003/2008 on server PC
Set IP address as 192.168.0.1
     Subnet address : 255.255.255.0
     Gateway :  Blank (only if you use router)
      Primary DNS  : 192.168.0.1
      Secondary DNS : Blank

Set up the server as Domain Controller plus DNS server.Here is the link on how to

1) http://www.visualwin.com/AD-Controller/

2)http://www.ssw.com.au/SSW/Standards/DeveloperInstallationNetworkSetup/Windows2003_01DomainControllerSetup-InstallingActiveDirectoryandDNS.doc

Client setting
Set IP address as 192.168.0.2
     Subnet address : 255.255.255.0
     Gateway :  Blank (only if you use router)
      Primary DNS  : 192.168.0.1
      Secondary DNS : Blank

Here is the link on how to join the domain

1) http://www.petri.co.il/joining_a_domain_in_windows_xp_pro.htm

2) http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/wxpjoind.html

Client Operating system must be windows xp pro,2000 professional,Vista ultimate etc

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hello, is your server 2003 setup as DNS server??? if so have you configured forwarder for non- local access? is that a home? or business? is it work do you not have a static public IP address.

here whats happening, when you manually give client the DNS they can resolve everything local fine but when a request for outside world is sent your server doesn't know what to do with it. log on to server open up your dns console, right click on your domain, then select properties, find forwarder tab and add a any reliable public DNS server there ( ie I use 4.2.2.1 (att)) server pretty quick and reliable.
so next time a request is sent to your server and server doesn't have that information it forward that to the public DNS and you will be good to go.

but from your setup i am gathering there is plently you do to improve your network and reduce your headache of manual work.

typical setup: 1- setup DNS with forwarder
2- Setup DHCP on Server instead of router ( trust me its easier than you think)
3- put all setting to for clients in DHCP options
4- reserve IPs for servers/prineters/switches etc.
5- set all clients for DHCP
6-disable DHCP on router.

let me know if your need help setting it up.

i hope this helps
good luck

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Dec 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Networking problem


From client pc
1.) click start
2.)click run
3.)in the box that opens, type cmd
4.)click ok button
A black box will appear
5.) type ipconfig
6.)press the enter key
Some lines of text will appear. One of these lines says IP Address please take note of the numbers to left of this. This is your Clients IP address
Now, you said your server IP address is 192.168.1.2 and lets say from the instructions I just gave you that you find your client IP address is 192.168.2.5. If your client pc does not have an IP address that begins with 192.168.1 it will not see your server. Also, If your client pc in question has an IP address the same as another one of your client pc's it will not see a server.
I suggest the following.
Change the IP address on your client pc following these steps
From the desktop of the client pc
1.)click start
2.)open control panel
3.)double click Network Connections
4.)right click Local Area Connection (it is possible to have more than one)
5.)left click properties
6.)a window will open, in the middle of this window is box you can scroll down in, scroll down and find TCP/IP
7.) left click on TCP/IP to highlight it
8.)once highlighted click the properties buttton just below the scroll box.
9.)another window will open
10.)click the dot next to Use the following IP Address
11.) enter the following
IP Address = 192.168.1.??? (replace question marks with a number of your choosing. Just dont go above 254 and don't use a number that you are using on your other pc's)
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.1.2
12.) click ok
13.) click ok on any other open windows and reboot PC. then test connectivity.

PLEASE NOTE: There are alot of things that can change what you need to enter for the Gateway, Subnet Mask and IP address. Generally with simple networking it is what i have described above but if you have a Cable/DSL router for internet or wireless router then the numbers you must put in these fields changes. The directions I gave you above is assuming that you just want to get your pc talking to your server. It does not take into account any routers or advanced networking equipment. If you do have a router I will need more info and a somewhat different set of directions will apply.

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