A few Small Queries if i may

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Hello All, Just want to ask a few minor questions that have been bugging me if i may? 1. NT4 Server - i have an NT4 server (SP6a IE6 SP1) and it has personalized menus and i don't want them! any ideas on how to clear this? 2. I work as the Network Manager in a Secondary School. In 2/3 years, we will be moving to a state of the art new building/ CLC (City Learning Centre) with new kit etc. Is there any certification i can go for to help me on this?? If it helps i have already done: Comptia A+ Hardware Support Skills (2001 though) MSCA - Server 2003 Network Hosts/Protocols and Administrating A 2003 server. MCP SQL 2000 server (shouldn't put that on CV as i have no idea on it - i could use it but thats it!!) Any help would be great, Thanks in advance, Carl Robinson

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Sorry,
I don’t have any idea about NT, I am proficient on 2000,2003 and XP.
As for your new job, please tell me what you are going to be doing. Do you know what O/S you will be using? Are you going to have to set up the network yourself?
As far as certifications go, they are nice, but as I have found, nothing subsitutes for hands-on experience. I am sure you know more than a certification test will tell you.
I can recommend someone who may be able to answer your NT question, just tell him I referred you. You can email him at mjpvb@cox.net.
Thanks,
Tisa

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  • Hursley
    Hi, As for using personalized menus and removing them. Right click on the Task Bar, choose Properties and then untick the box for Personalized Menus. Hope this helps. Mike.
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  • tankhimo
    What exactly do you mean by "personalized menus"?
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  • Carl0s81
    thanks for that will send the e-mail monday (Staff night out now!!!) Hopefully will set the while lot up myself (looks better on my CV!) if i have my way it'll be 2003 server and XP/2000 clients. Will have to go, sites being locked up. See you all Monday
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  • Cwoodtech
    1. I apologize I have not used NT4 server in a long time. 2. Are you going to migrate the above server into the new setup? If so you may want to find old white papers Microsoft etc. on how to migrate to the next server level. I agree with Tisa hands on would be best to learn this on there are some classes that give hands on classes that may help. cwood
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  • SteveCollett
    NT4 personalised menus - you dont want them? Funny that ;) , roaming profiles is enabled on the server. You need to create a mandatory profile and apply it. There are plenty of howtos on the net. Check out "Mandatory profiles NT4" via google or your favorite search engine. Cheers Steve
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  • Carl0s81
    Hiya all thanks for the help. Mike, Thats for windows 2000, it's not in NT4 server. Thanks anyway. Tankhimo, What i mean is where you have to scoll the programs instead of having it on 2 sections, which is easier to read and find all programs. Cwood, Yes. Hopefully i'll be migrating the NT4 Server. I'm gonna sit with the bosses and find out more soon, and look at training (If i need it). Steve, Thanks for that, will give it a try and let you know if it works. Thanks again All.
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