A YouTube member who watched my video about Finding Your Network Settings on Windows XP requested that someone make a similar video for Windows Vista. This video is quick and dirty, but it walks users through each step of finding their network connection settings both through the Windows user interface as well as through the command prompt.
After switching to Windows Vista and experiencing just how poor Symantec Ghost is at imaging Microsoft’s latest operating system I decided that it was high time I give Windows Deployment Services a chance. After a few months of exclusive use of WDS for imaging, these are my initial reactions.
Over the weekend my boss replaced the server which holds all of our student’s user data. Though the operating system version, server name, domain membership, share names, and permissions all stayed identical from the old server to the new server none of our students could access their data when they came to school this morning. After a few hours of troubleshooting I realized that an nslookup of the server wasn’t getting beyond our Extreme Network switches. Five minutes after rebooting our switches everyone was back up and running, and the users were able to access their data. Has anyone else experienced this? And if so, can someone explain to me why this has happened so I know when to expect it in the future?
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