• Can we increase the display above 256 colours for Windows Server 2000?

    Expert Christa Anderson tells a reader what he must do to increase the colour setting using Terminal Services.

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  • Is AD necessary to set up two Win2k WINS servers? Can Novell be the DCHP handler?

    Do you have to use Active Directory in order to set up two Win2k WINS servers? Can Novell still be the DHCP handler in the mix?

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • How do I know if clients downloaded SUS updates?

    I recently installed SUS in a test environment with one workstation looking at it for updates. I approved all of the updates on the server. I have the Windows 2000 Professional workstation and a Windows 2000 server. The 2000 server is NOT running AD. I know for a fact that there are updates that...

    Rodtrent485 pointsBadges:
  • Can only log on to server locally as an admin, but not as a user

    I have installed Windows 2000 Server and have created Active Directory user "nkc." My domain name is computeach.com. My problem is that I can log on through administrator, but can't log on through "nkc." The error message I get is: "Local policy of this system does not permit you to log on...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • How can I restrict individual users from accessing admin tools?

    I am working on a Windows 2000 server domain and am relatively new to group policy. I set up a company with remote access via VPN/Terminal Server so that one particular employee can work from home. She dials into the server (she is on Windows XP Professional) to work in an Access database that is...

    CAnderson580 pointsBadges:
  • Moving users between two standalone Win2k servers

    Is there a tool that will allow me to move users between two standalone Win2k servers? If this function is built into Win2k server, where is it? Thanks in advance.

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  • Overnight routines failing due to inexplicable mapped drive disconnect

    We have a Windows 98 system that runs overnight routines and copies data to a mapped drive on a Windows 2000 server. The routines fail because the mapped drive is disconnecting overnight. Clicking on the drive reconnects straightaway, but the connection is lost again overnight. The setup worked...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • How can I get remote users to see an app installed on a terminal server?

    I am new to terminal services. I installed it on a Windows 2000 server, following the 2000 resource kit. I am trying to share a contact manager writer in Visual FoxPro. My network is fine and I can connect to the server from my Win2k Pro workstation fine. The terminal server remote session works...

    CAnderson580 pointsBadges:
  • How do I map users’ home folders in Windows Explorer?

    I have a standalone (member) Windows 2000 server with 25 Windows XP desktops connected. DNS is installed but not Active Directory, as there are some very intricate problems to be resolved first. This server will be used to host a proprietary application. When setting up users, I have filled in...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • How can I prohibit access to Terminal Services?

    I have Web Terminal Services set up on a Win2k server. I will have domain admins created on this machine, but I do not want them to have access to Terminal Services. When they are created as domain admins, the TS tab is automatically checked to allow them access. How can I set the default to...

    CAnderson580 pointsBadges:

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