Got it working.  There's a "HOSTS" file in Windows/System32/Driver/ETC that
must have the IP and Name of the Domino computer.  Added that info to the
file and immediately connected!!!  Thanks for your input!!

Have a great day,
Shane D. Rowe
Systems Specialist
Haulers Insurance Company, Inc.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fritz Hayes" <fhayes@spiritone.com>
To: <domino400@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 12:06 PM
Subject: RE: Lotus Applications and Windows XP


> Start by getting your XP machine to find the Domino server using PING
> with the Server's name.  It sounds like you need to get the DNS (or Host
> file) working right.  What does the Trace function under User Prefs tell
> you?
>
>
> Best Regards
>
> Fritz Hayes
> Atwater Associates
> <snip>
> |My Lotus
> | applications (Administrator, Notes, Developer) can't "find a path" to
> the
> | Domino server.  Anybody have any tricks or tips on what to do to let
> them
> | talk to each other????
>
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