• Memory leaks causing system to go belly up every six days

    What do you know about memory leaks? I'm running Windows 2000 server and the system goes belly up every six days. The most prevalent error in the System event log is 2019. Basically, the RAM gets used up and the system becomes unresponsive. I can't even log in as Administrator. The only way to...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • How can I create carbon copies of incoming messages for satellite offices?

    Because we have several satellite offices, our home office manager would like to receive carbon copies of e-mails received by satellite office contacts for filing. We have Windows 2000 server running Exchange 2000. Our satellite offices use email addresses on the main office domain server. How can...

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  • Users who connect through TS cannot print

    I am running TS on Windows 2000 Server. I installed print drivers on this server (the same print drivers that the clients use). After verifying that the local and domain security policies have a deny "Prevent users from installing printer drivers" setting, users who connect through TS still cannot...

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  • Web sites can’t execute .asp pages

    I am using Windows 2000 server SP4 IIS 5 and SQL Server 2000 with all hotfixes installed. We are running 800 sites on the server (PIII 850 MHZ Dual Processor + 2 GB RAM Intel). Sometimes, no Web sites can execute .asp pages. I restarted IIS, but that didn't work. HTML pages are working fine. We...

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  • SUS updates are hidden until admin logs in

    We have SUS running on a Win2k server (the server is not in our domain). Our client users (normal user rights in our domain) do not have administrative rights. Therefore, there is no notification for new updates. Only when I log in as administrator (local or domain) does the notification show up...

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  • Is my group policy setup conflicting with third-party software?

    I currently manage a Windows 2000 server. We use third-party software from Sentinel called Ranger. I decided to use policy editor to set up our desktops. Ranger has provided them with their start menu. Groups have been created in Ranger to provide roaming profiles. Desktops for domain admin work...

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  • How can I modify the path of all my users’ home directory within AD using a vbs logon script?

    We are migrating our old file server to a new file server. How can I modify the path of all my users' home directory within Active Directory using a vbs logon script? Our DC is Windows Server 2000.

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  • How can I secure TSE users’ access on a Win2k server?

    How do I secure TSE users' access on a Windows 2000 server (invisible icons on the desktop, deny access to options from start menu, restrict access to folders and files, etc.)?

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  • Error 0×2733 when making a request to site

    We are hosting an ASP-based intranet site on IIS 5 & Win2k server. The server also hosts other sites on different port numbers - this one being port 1000. The server is based in the UK and some of our users in the US (but by no means all) are unable to access the site (incidentally they can...

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  • 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...

    CAnderson760 pointsBadges:

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