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- Regular Joe
A couple of items to check:
-Be sure to static the IP, install DHCP and define scope, and then install WSI all while the cross-over cable is attached to a thin client w/ an active NIC? This is important for binding the NIC to the IP address and so on.
-Itâ€™s always best to uninstall WSI and try again, this usually resolves any connectivity issues.
-Make sure all firewall services are disabled and DEP (if applicable) is only set to protect Windows system files.
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