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    RM Workstation Rebuild Problem

    Hi Guys,

    I am running a CC3 Network,

    I have created a standard RM Standard Disk, got it on the floppy and then booted to floppy,

    So, I choose to rebuild the entire station,

    enter in the station details,

    then it says:

    Found network card: Intel pro/100 ve network adapter

    Testing the network connection....
    File not found: a:\lmhosts
    Initializing TCP/IP via DHCP......
    Microsoft DOS TCP/IP 1.0a
    NET0132: Unable to find file: C:\Net\lmhosts

    Connection Failed.
    Press any key to reboot the machine and try again




    As anyone else had this problem or know how to fix this,

    I am very greatful,

    Thanks,

    James

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    Huh... I'm on a CC3 machine at the moment, and there is no "C:\Net" directory on the server OR the computer itself.

    Strange.

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    Is there a LMHosts file physically on the rebuild disk? If not create the file and inside put in the FR DC IP space then the Name (E.G 192.168.*.* ***-SR-001)
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    Do I make the file by notepad and how?
    Thanks

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    Yeah just make a new notepad file and save it with no extension.

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    Hi, so what am I entering in the file exacly can you send me yours if that's possible, thanks

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    You need to put in this:

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    192.168.*.* ***-SR-001
    192.168.*.* needs to be the IP of your server. [CC3 - you should only have one server. "ipconfig /all" while logged in to the server will let you know what you need to know] I think... Ours just works, I haven't had to mess about with it.


    ***-SR-001 is what your server is called. "ipconfig /all" will tell you that too. As it's CC3 all you need is the first 3 digits and the rest should be the same.

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