I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season. Here are the latest networking-related Knowledge Base articles published in the past 2 weeks:
961186 NDIS 5.x USB network adapters do not appear in Performance Monitor
961256 The DNS PTR record might be deleted if you change the DNS server order on a Windows 2003 machine
977172 The existing PPTP connections to a VPN server that is hosted in a Windows Server 2003-based NLB farm do not work after a new node is added to the NLB farm
978325 A virtual machine connection is lost when the virtual machine tries to restart or tries to shut down after you remove the virtual networks
961344 How to configure a Windows Server 2008 DHCP server using an IPv6 scope to register clients in DNS when requested
958939 The DHCP MMC snap-in stops responding when you try to stop, start, or restart the DHCP service on a clustered DHCP server instance in Windows Server 2003
977262 You cannot open a Web folder by double-clicking it in Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008
975494 Stop error when you uninstall the Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi connection utility on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008
976529 Stop error message after you install a WFP callout driver in Windows Vista SP2 or in Windows Server 2008 SP2: "STOP: 0x0000000A"
961433 How to configure a Windows Vista client to obtain an IPv6 DHCP address
960740 Error message when you use the Netsh utility together with the init restore syntax to initiate a restoration of a WINS database in Windows Server 2008: "The system cannot find the path specified"
976373 A computer that is connected to an IEEE 802.1X authenticated network through a VOIP phone does not connect to the correct network after you resume it from Hibernate mode or Sleep mode
973243 The default gateway is missing on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista after the computer restarts if the default gateway is set by using the Netsh command
978772 Description of support boundaries for Active Directory over NAT
959398 The WINS MMC snap-in stops responding when you try to stop, start, or restart the WINS service in the WINS MMC snap-in on a clustered WINS server instance in Windows Server 2003
960519 Windows Vista does not use all the bandwidth of a PPPoE connection when you download a file from an FTP server
Happy New Year!
- Mike Platts
Nice and thanks.
I have a very strange issue and seeking help.
We have winxp pro 64 bit SP2 clients in my network newly installed.When we try to browse the shared foleders on windows 2008 storage server those PC'S cant see the complete list of files and folders on the share after refreshing (f5) .Surprisingly if we browse simultaneouly \\server\share and then \\ip adress\share it shows all the folders and files.I donot have this issue with other winxp pro 32 bit SP3 clients.Please help me.