• Convert the SBS PDC to Exchange

    I have one small business server PDC running Exchange, Proxy. We have installed one W2K SQL box running as a member server. We have another W2K member server to take over from the SBS box as the DC, when I figure out the best way to approach it. I want to convert the SBS PDC to an Exchange box...

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  • Advice on upgrading a NT4 PDC server to a Win2k server

    I need to upgrade my Windows NT 4.0 PDC server to a Windows 2000 server, so I can set up another Win2k server as a BDC. I have two other NT 4.0 servers that also act as BDCs. My question is twofold: Should I upgrade the PDC to Win2k server, or do a fresh install? (A fresh install would be a huge...

    PaulHins105 pointsBadges:
  • Can I get away with not enabling Active Directory?

    I am about to set up a network with Win2K Server as the operating system. I want to set the server as a PDC, but I do not want to enable Active Directory. This server must also be a DNS server and a DHCP server. Please advise.

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  • Browsing only returns a portion of client workstations in domain

    A computer browser/name resolution problem? We have a single domain on which the PDC and BDC's are all running NT 4.0 server. There are several other Windows 2000 file/print servers on the domain also. In this configuration, all is well. We added a Windows 2000 Advanced Server (standalone) and now...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • Using a Windows 2003 server as the only license server

    In our current network configuration, we have a Windows 2000 Server that was our PDC. We have demoted this box to a member server but are still using it as a terminal server. 

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  • Script for remote synchronization of workstation’s time with PDC

    Here's a small batch file that allows the administrator to remotely synchronize a workstation's time with the PDC.

    ITKE409,090 pointsBadges:
  • Do I need a BDC when upgrading an existing NT 4 domain?

    I currently have a PDC and a BDC, and both are running Windows NT. The PDC is also the Exchange server (5.5). I want to basically start over with a new server running Windows 2003 and Exchange 2003. Both of the existing DC's won't really be needed or required after my upgrade. What is the best way...

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  • How to demote an NT PDC to a member of a 2003 domain without reinstalling

    We have two domains on same subnet. One is an NT domain with only one PDC and other is a 2003 domain with one DC.

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  • Would it be wise to place multiple apps on an NT4 PDC?

    Would you recommend placing various applications (i.e., Exchange, Access, user data or any other processor-intensive application) on an NT4 PDC (primary domain controller)?

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  • Can I use just TCP/IP to join a Windows 95 PC to an NT4 PDC?

    When joining a Windows 95 PC to an NT4 PDC, can I just use TCP/IP as the only protocol? Or do I have to add NetBEUI to make the Win95 PC talk to the NT4 PDC?

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:

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