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I'm using Windows Server 2003 and I cannot communicate with my network in normal startup.
In safe mode with network, I can "ping" other ip addresses, get dhcp ip address, surf on the internet, make remote connections in other servers and I can access shared folders.
Using normal startup, none of the items I mentioned above works.
I did the following procedures, without sucess:
- Installed a network card off-board;
- Update network drivers;
- In normal startup, I made msconfig, unchecking all itens in startup tab, marking "hide all Microsoft Services" and unchecking all others;
- Remove Symantec, using manual removal;
- Fix ip address in network properties.
Any idea to solve this problem?
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If the server is working in safe mode it means that there is any third party that is causing the issue and there is no question about that.
Go to msconfig and under service Check the box that says “Hide all Microsoft Service”. Then uncheck all the services and reboot, Try to connect to the network and see if that works.
Now one by one keep enabling service and see which one is causing the issue.
Thanks for posting here.
> I saw some logs in event viewer, but I didn't find anything.
So could you share the descriptions and ID of these error or warring events with us in order to troubleshoot.
Please also try to reset the TCP/IP on this problematic host and see how is going :
How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Troubleshooting tips in the links below should also help:
How to troubleshoot TCP/IP connectivity with Windows XP
Advanced network adapter troubleshooting for Windows workstations
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