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Internet Connected, Send packets but not received packets

Hi, All
I am using windows 2003 Operating System with share point server in it, I have internet connection, It shows status is connected but not receiving any packets.
Please help me!


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I ran across this.

In reply to: Internet Connected, Send packets but not received packets

The 2 repeating causes were the machine had never worked with Server 2003. They didn't tell that so it was my first question. Later we added a supported network card. The other time it was yet again a never worked issue. They had built the machine but it wasn't compatible with Server 2003.

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Thanks for reply

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How can I connect now to internet with server2003. Is there any alternate way to solve the above problem.

Thank you.

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Notice something?

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I supplied two scenarios and you didn't dismiss them. As such it's likely you are experiencing that common issue where you build a machine and try to install Server 2003. As such the answer is... "use hardware on the compatibility list." If you feel it should work, contact the machines maker or vendor and ask them if they support 2003.

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