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Vi har ett NT nät där vi kör TCP/IP och till vårat nät så finns ett lokalkontor kopplat med ISDN.Det finns en BDC på varje nät. Nu ska vi koppla in lokalkontoret direkt på nätet med fiber.

Problemet: Jag vill inte att lokalkontoret ska bli inloggade på våran BDC och tvärtom. Vad göra?

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Many factors go into determining which Domain Control will validate a logon. Here is a number of methods that help insure that a specific Domain Controller on a local sub-net validates the logon:

1. Use Regedt32.exe to browse:


Edit or Add Value the following type REG_DWORD values:

NodeType - set to a 4 (m-node/mixed node).

EnableLMHOSTS set to a 1 to enable LMHOSTS.

2. Use a true ASCII editor like Edit from a cmd prompt (not NotePad) to edit:

%SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\LMHOSTS (you may need to copy LMHOSTS.SAM) and add an entry at the top for the BDC:

IP_ADDRESS_OF_BDC "DOMAINNAME \0x1C" #PRE where the entire entry in quotes is exacly 20 characters.

Make sure there are a few (3 or 4) blank lines at the bottom of the file.

Then type NBTSTAT -R (use exact case) to reload the LMHOSTS file and NBTSTAT -c to verify that the 1C entry is in the cache.

You can either reboot the client or use NLTEST or NETDOM from


NLTEST /SC_QUERY:<DOMAINNAME> to check and NLTEST /SC_RESET:<DOMAINNAME> to reset the secure channel.

NETDOM /Domain:<DOMAINNAME> MEMBER <YourComputer> /JOINDOMAIN to reset the secure channel.


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Det är en grej som jag inte är med på.

the entire entry in quotes is exactly 20 characters.

Ska jag lägga in mellanslag om det blir mindre 20 tecken? Vad ska jag göra om det fler än 20 tecken?

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