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I not it's "in" to ignore all rules but if you want my help I need to understand the question.

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Im having a strange and complicated problem wit a server. Basically this server can comunicate with another one no problem ping remote everythign unti. you try to naviga-te to a specific url on the other server, when this happen its totallu loses acess between them and the strange para i already tryed with another server in the same network and configuration e all wrks fine, and i getting crazy to find the problem. It windows server 2016.

Tried all i couls disconect firewalls antivirusm new ip everything and the result its always tjhe same and i many machines and no problem onlye that one.

James P. Cottingham
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RE: Spelling Rant

Someone needs a spell check to at lease catch the really bad ones.

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In deed, samoan kneads a spill chick to at lease cash the rally bat once rofl2


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lol

James P. Cottingham
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