Hello all. One problem will be easy and I anticipate the other will be more difficult. Let's get to it. 1. Internal LAN issue. I've always set up a peer-to-peer network. But I just installed W2K Server & want to setup my other local machines to login to my internal domain. How do I go about setting that up? I started out like normal, assigning internal static IP addresses to my server & workstations. Right now, they're not able to see each other on the network. Once I fix this & the workstations can see & ping the server's IP, will they just be able to join the domain? What else do I need to configure on the server? I added the computernames of the workstations & login accounts in Active Directory. I'm a bit confused why my workstation cannot see my server right now, & thus cannot joing the domain. Do I need to set up DNS or WINS on the server for this to work? If so, what range of IP's can I use. Right now, I'm using what I've always used for internal IP's: 10.10.10.1 & above. Subnet mask 255.255.255.0. 2. Internet connection issue. Since I live out in the middle of nowhere & no cable modem, DSL, or even ISDN available, I had to go to a one-way satellite connection for broadband. Here's the way it connects: PCI sat card installed on my server. RG-6 coax from dish connected to PCI card. Now I have to dial-up for upload. Once I establish a live connection, a login client automatically detects the connection & logs me into my satellite ISP. Proxy settings are set in Internet Explorer settings. So I click IE, dial-up goes to webpage & connects, then sat kicks in, webpage loads quickly. Now I want to have my other workstations use the sat for downloads as well. I've tried Internet Connection Sharing within W2K, WinProxy, & Wingate. Haven't gotten any of them to work. It's possible I didn't configure these apps properly. I prefer to use Winproxy if anyone can help with that. Also, if Internet Connection Sharing will work for this issue, please adivse on how to set that up as I've never successfully used this. I wish I could use a router but 1) no routers I know have a coax in and 2) the PCI card is installed on my server, which needs a live sat connection to prompt the login client. Ideally, I'd prefer if all workstations dial-up separately & then share the sat connection for downloads. But if that isn't possible, then the server will have to all the work, including dial-up. Previously on W2K Pro, before installing Server, I was able to share the connection, but my workstations would pull the dial-up, not the sat. 3. I just thought of 1 more thing I need some help with. FTP Client that can be configured to use my sat connection. Honestly, I'm not that knowledgable about FTP Clients. I've tried SmartFTP & it works fine. But when I go into the properties to configure the client to use my sat connection, it only recognizes my dial-up & downloads with that. Also if I configure the proxy (HTTP Tunnel) before I connect to the FTP site, SmartFTP attempts to connect to my sat ISP address that set in the properties. Weird. According to my sat ISP, FTP uses the same proxy IP address for FTP & should work. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Any & all help in solving these issues is greatly appreciated.