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SharePoint 2010 Central Administration - Not started

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Hello I was installed Sharepoint Server 2010 in Windows Server 2008 R2, but when I start first the Share Point 2010 Central Administration, in the internet explorer browser, the system try setup connection to http://win2008server:23559/, but the outpot that i get is the following: El URL solicitado no se ha podido conseguir Mientras se intentaba traer el URL: http://win2008server:23559/ Ha ocurrido el siguiente problema: Incapaz de determinar la dirección IP a partir del nombre de la máquina: win2008server El programa dnsserver ha devuelto el siguiente mensaje: Name Error: The domain name does not exist. Esto significa que: El caché no ha sido capaz de resolver el nombre de máquina presente en la URL. Compruebe que la dirección sea correcta. Generated Wed, 15 Sep 2010 02:26:15 GMT by proxy2 (squid/2.6.STABLE14) any of you could help me? Thanks for your cooperation !


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