Windows Server 2003 is not showing in the domain list.

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I am using 32 bit Windows Server 2003 in the server.

It was showing in the domain list without any problem.

But, suddenly it is not showing in the domain list.

So, I have to access it through the ‘run box’.

How can I activate or restore the same to the domain list.

If anybody knows the solution to this problem, please help me.

I will be thankful for all your help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101125

Windows Server 2003 is not showing in the domain list.

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Some useful run command for your problem finding

With the native NET command: (List all domains and workgroups in the network)

    NET VIEW /DOMAIN

 With the native NET command: (List all computers in the network)

    NET VIEW 
   or, to list the names only:
    FOR /F "skip=3 delims=    " %%A IN ('NET VIEW') DO ECHO.%%A

delims is a backslash, followed by a tab and a space.

 With (native) Windows Server 2003 commands (Active Directory only): (List all domain controllers)

    DSQUERY Server

or, if you prefer host names only (tip by Jim Christian Flatin):

    DSQUERY Server -o rdn

 Find the FSMO with (native) Windows Server 2003 commands (Active Directory only): (Find the primary domain controller)

    NETDOM QUERY /D:mydomain.com FSMO

NETDOM is part of the support tools found in the SUPPORT directory of the Windows 2000 installation CDROM.

Then read this excellent article.

Answered By 0 points N/A #101126

Windows Server 2003 is not showing in the domain list.

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Thanks Ilan aaroan. I got the way to solve my problem with your suggestion. The article helped me a lot. Thank you very much

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