But is the new Exchange Server properly listed in WINS?
> WINS has been verified as well. The WINS server did not
> change - only added the new EXCHANGE2000 server to the
> list. The 28 people left with this problem are out of a
> total of over 400. Only 40 still on 98.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >What about WINS?
> >And when you verified DNS, did you just check to see if
> they had an address?
> >Are they all pointing to the same Windows 2000 DNS
> Servers? Are they
> >pointing to the same WINS Server? Is the Exchange Server
> and Domain
> >Controllers all pointing to the same WINS Server?
> >Are all of the records for the Exchange and Domains
> Controllers in DNS and
> >WINS and have correct information?
> >> 28 of 40 Win 98 machines having this problem. DNS has
> >> been verified. We have also removed/added the TCP/IP to
> >> these machines. Still no luck.
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >Check DNS settings on those workstations!
> >> >> Some, not all of my Windows 98 users cannot connect
> >> the
> >> >> Exchange server on first try. Connections time out
> >> >> the message box to Retry or work offline comes up.
> >> >> Choosing Retry the user connects within a few seconds
> >> and
> >> >> then is ok until they disconnect/reconnect.
> >> >> Any Ideas on how to correct this?
> >> >> Thanks
> >> >.