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By travisr ·
I have a 2000 AD domain using DHCP. I dual booted one of the client machines running NT4 with WinXP. Nt4 OS runs on domain with no problem, but XP will not join the domain. It is not receiving an IP address from DHCP. I manually configured the IP info, but still no luck. I cannot ping the XP PC from clients or DC and it can't ping anyone. Though under the properties for the network connection in XP it shows that it is sending and receiving packets, but will not join the domain. I am pretty sure of the answer, but is there an issue of 2 OS's trying to use the same NIC to join the domain(not at the same time of course)? I will probably reload since that was the first time and some problems are to be expected, but I just wanted to see if someone knew something that I was missing.
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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to dual boot/join domain

probably driver issue, because nic is not functioning in xp but in nt it works.
also, you can not have the same computername for both computers. (ip doesn't matter).

regards,

Leopold

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by travisr In reply to dual boot/join domain

It is definitely something in my server. I wiped the xp and loaded win2000 with the same results.

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by travisr In reply to dual boot/join domain

I got the solution. Reinstall tcp/ip. Solved

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