• Can I connect and use Windows XP Pro on an NT4 domain?

    Are there any problems connecting and using Windows XP Pro on an NT4 domain? Windows XP Professional does work on an NT4 domain, but it acts more or less like Windows NT 4.0 workstation on the network. That means that you lose features such as IntelliMirror, including Group Policy. Many of the same...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • What next after Proxy 2.0 exam for Network Manager

    I have passed the four core exams and am currently studying to take the Proxy 2.0 exam. I feel as though I am at a crossroads as to how to proceed since I have not completed my NT 4.0 MCSE to date. Can you offer some advice? I am the Network Manager at my company and am wondering what is best in...

    Ed Tittel4,960 pointsBadges:
  • Don’t let printer monitor adversely affect network performance

    A member explains the method he used to improve the rate of data delivery from a NT4 file server to the desktop.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Only four out of five Win2k machines stay visible on the network

    I have a mixed network of Win98, NT4 WKSTNS, and W2k Pro -- it is basically an NT4 single master domain running with a WINS server. There are five W2k Pro boxes that we have just added to the network, all of the new W2k machines stay visible on the network except for one. I have added it to the...

    laurapennquakers2,040 pointsBadges:
  • No support loophole for NT 4.0

    Microsoft says its new Virtual Server 2005 can help customers with migrations off NT 4.0, but they are mistaken if they think it will win them any more free support for this older version of Windows.

    Margie Semilof4,250 pointsBadges:
  • 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:
  • Can you tell me how I was attacked and suggest a remedy?

    In the past, I have applied the patches to my NT4 IIS 4.0 system to address the Web folder traversal/unicode problems (also CodeRed). If I look at my IIS logs, I see plenty of attempts to get to WinNTsystem32cmd.exe but all get turned down. Last week, one of these attacks was successful. Looking in...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • KIA Quiz #43: RSVP and reboot required

    Windows 2000 has reduced the number of required reasons to reboot from over 50 in NT 4.0 to around seven in Windows 2000. Tasks that absolutely require reboots include:

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Server product or Microsoft Windows Terminal Server (WTS)

    The Microsoft Windows Terminal Server (WTS) is a server program running on its Windows NT 4.0 (or higher) operating system that provides the graphical user interface (GUI) of the Windows desktop to user terminals that don't have this capability themselves.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Changing account profile size limit

    How do I change the profile size limit of the local administrator account on a machine loaded with NT4?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:

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