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Internet not working, But LAN Is Connected

In my office , we use 2003 server , In one of the client OS Crashed So , i fornatted the disk and installed new os in that , Then i installed LAN Drivers , and all other essential drivers , i restarted ..then also it said limited Connectivity, And my server is DHCP Configured , Some People told me to restart the SERVER , then only server will release a new Leased IP From DHCP and i have done it ...But no response ..Still the niggga computer, did not connct to the network...i never used 2003 server , and this problem i faced in the first day..sO Do i have to make any changes in the Configurations of ACTIVE DIRECTORY USERS AND COMPUTERS ...am the only one admin in my office i need t fix the issue ASAP...THANKS FOR ADVANCE

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Whart does ipconfig say?

What are the differences with PC's that do work?

Kees

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niggga ?

Looks like a typo but from what I see, there is a fresh windows install, LAN drivers but it appears to be another bum install plan.

Ask the maker of that machine for the windows install plan. Sorry I don't have it but the one you provided looks incomplete.
Bob

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