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    Map Curriculum drive onto Admin machine

    Hi all,

    I have a school that has 2 seperate machines for admin and curriculum domains. Curric is server 2003 r2 and admin is server 2008.
    I am trying to map the curriculum drives onto an admin machines but the admin machines won't talk to the curriculum server...
    Both admin and curriculum networks connect into the main cisco switch so I was wondering if there is any way of getting it to map?
    I am hoping to merge the admin and curric domains onto 1 machine so I can set trusts up for this in future as the 2003 server is antique!!!

    Thanks in advance.


    Si

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmy View Post
    Hi all,

    I have a school that has 2 seperate machines for admin and curriculum domains. Curric is server 2003 r2 and admin is server 2008.
    I am trying to map the curriculum drives onto an admin machines but the admin machines won't talk to the curriculum server...
    Both admin and curriculum networks connect into the main cisco switch so I was wondering if there is any way of getting it to map?
    I am hoping to merge the admin and curric domains onto 1 machine so I can set trusts up for this in future as the 2003 server is antique!!!

    Thanks in advance.


    Si
    Can you ping the curriculum server?

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    No I can only ping the cisco switch that they both go to

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    They are most likely on separate VLAN's. Is this an LEA setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairm010 View Post
    They are most likely on separate VLAN's. Is this an LEA setup?
    Yes LEA set up.
    Might give them a call tomorrow as we have support on the admin. Usually take a week to get back to me though

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    Are you accessing the server using the FQDN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPrince View Post
    Are you accessing the server using the FQDN?
    Yes mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairm010 View Post
    They are most likely on separate VLAN's. Is this an LEA setup?
    +1 on this.

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    You'll need to connect the Admin server to both networks, and setup a trust between the two... Not sure on the specifics, not done it for a while...

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    When we had the same setup (which I promptly ripped out) they were on different IP ranges on different VLAN's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithson83 View Post
    You'll need to connect the Admin server to both networks, and setup a trust between the two... Not sure on the specifics, not done it for a while...
    Just been on the bursar's machine which is Win 7 and set up as peer to peer.
    Hoping I can allow the admin to connect to the curric through the curric trust.
    If not I'm thinking of adding a wireless network card into the admin machine and connecting to the curric through that. They will rarely use it anyway.
    Cheers for all the advice

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