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Old 02-09-2007
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Hi, I installed Business N on a Dell GX 270 that I put on our domain. I have
the properties of TCP/IP configured to use DHCP to acquire an IP address.
When ever I restart the computer I have to open the properties of the NIC and
"Diagnose and Repair" the connection to force it to get an IP address. Is
the the default behavior of Vista? If not what have I done wrong?
Ted McCarty, ted.mccarty@doc.mo.gov
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Old 02-09-2007
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Re: Network access
tmccarty8 <tmccarty8@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

> Hi, I installed Business N on a Dell GX 270 that I put on our domain. I have
> the properties of TCP/IP configured to use DHCP to acquire an IP address.
> When ever I restart the computer I have to open the properties of the NIC and
> "Diagnose and Repair" the connection to force it to get an IP address. Is
> the the default behavior of Vista? If not what have I done wrong?
> Ted McCarty, ted.mccarty@doc.mo.gov


Get a Mac since it's been on networks quite a bit longer than Windows
has, plus TCP/IP is really a Unix thing, like OSX is. With Windows, it's
always been a bit of a kludge. You are experiencing MS's ignorance of
how networks work, that's all.
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