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Thread: Windows XP Client under Mac OS-X server does not find domain

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    Windows XP Client under Mac OS-X server does not find domain

    hi,
    We have a network under a Mac OS X server.The Mac Clienents registers and also that makes available the services error free run.Now we want to operate the Macs also with XP around it, students to make possible Platform to work.Under Xp the Client does not find the domain. Whereafter could I search?IP assigned by the Mac and otherwise functions it under the Local registration also marvelously. Only one profile registration on a profile go-constant of the server.

    SMB
    Web
    NFS
    Ftp
    DNS
    DHCP
    AFP
    Also the profile file on the Raid exist.

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    Re: Windows XP Client under Mac OS-X server does not find domain

    Ev. helps to register it, in the XP-Clients the IP of the Macs in host, this file lies so far I white in c:\system32\Treiber\…This file is called under Linux /etc/hosts and the syntax is identical.IP computer name,Afterwards the XP-Client should find to the Mac.

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    Re: Windows XP Client under Mac OS-X server does not find domain

    c:\system32\Treiber\…
    The host file is under C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc

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    Re: Windows XP Client under Mac OS-X server does not find domain

    hi,
    Windows and Mac together in a heterogeneous network? If you are occupied with it, you will notice that Apple goes in the network range completely own ways. Linux and Windows gets one still whole good together, with Apple products loses one very fast the nerves…

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