• How can I set up fake domain to test Oracle 9ias?

    I need to set up a fake domain at my office to test Oracle 9ias. The test office LAN consists of two Win2k Professional machines. How do I set up a domain name on this LAN architecture (e.g., I want to name my computers "station1.myhome.com" and "station2.myhome.com" and use "myhome.com" as the...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • Can users log on to a domain when a system clock is desynchronized?

    How can I allow users to log on to the domain when their machine's date is weeks or maybe even years behind? We have a one-week training lab that requires the domain time to be set to the week of March 24, 2003. This barrier prevents us from installing the base image on the Friday before training...

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  • Accessing usernames and passwords for registered users

    How can I get a full listing of usernames and passwords of those people who are registered users on my domain?

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  • Obtaining view-only access rights on a domain

    What is the best way to view users' access rights on a domain, but not be able to change them?

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  • Experiencing delays connecting Win XP Pro to a domain

    I bought a Dell Latitude with Win XP Pro with SP1 installed. I'm having problems while connecting it to domain. It takes a long time to log on to domain and the users' shared directories with Read Write Permissions also takes minutes to get through.

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  • Created new username and lost docs from My Documents

    I changed the domain to log onto my computer. I had to create and use a new username since the old domain was at my previous job. Everything went fine besides losing all my documents in My Documents. I have tried to browse the document and settings folder of the old usernames but the documents do...

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  • Print to printers in another domain

    This tip explains how to let a customer with a computer and user account in another domain print to your domain's printers.

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  • What are the drawbacks to setting up a domain instead of a basic workgroup?

    I have a network made up of 90 workstations running Windows XP Pro. As of now they're running as standalone user accounts. I would like to add a Windows 2003 server to the network that would centralize all user accounts and permissions. Before doing this I want to know if there's going to be any...

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  • Setting up users to have full rights to their PCs but not the network

    I am setting up a small domain and would like users to have full admin rights to their local Windows XP machines, but not the network. Do I set this up as a policy or is there a different way? Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Prevent clients from logging on to the domain unless they are completely up to date

    My domain has just recently been upgraded to Windows 2003 Active Directory. I'm trying to find a method similar to what the Windows 2003 Quarantine Server does for remote clients--preventing them from logging on to the domain unless they are completely up to date with MS critical updates. But, I...

    Rodtrent485 pointsBadges:

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