Unable to make my domain on all computers in my place

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Hello,

I’m facing for a trouble when I try to run Server 2008 on my machine as its own IP, individual system, etc.

I created a domain and applied it to the computer.

It shows that it can’t find. System is up, running and my machine recognized on my network as a separate one.

I was unable to make my domain on all computers in my place.

What’s the problem here?

Please give me a solution for this.

Thanks.

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Unable to make my domain on all computers in my place

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You will need to check the network location settings.

Depending on the network location you are working with, Windows assigns a network discovery state to the network and after that it opens the appropriate Windows Firewall ports for that state.

In case you select Public, your computer will be kept from being visible to other computers.

The issue you are getting can also be as a result of Administrators group being removed from the “Backup Files and Directories” user right.  Do the following.

  1. Click Start ORB,  and then in the Search Field type secpol.msc, and then press ENTER.
  2. After that double – click Local Policies, and then double-click User Rights Assignment.
  3. You will then double-click Back up Files and directories.
  4. And then click Add, and then double-click the Local Administrators group
  5. Click OK.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

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