• One OU should have stricter password password policies than the others

    We want one OU on a 2003 AD domain to have a strict password policy that will lock out a user for 10 minutes on the third bad password. I would also like to alert the administrator on duty. How can we do this?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Viewing specific security policies that apply to active directory 2003 user?

    How can I show the security policies that are being applied to a specific Active Directory user or computer? Can I compare them to other users?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory/User Drive

    OS=Windows Server 2003 We have a drive on our network that is set up for users each user has their own folder. Some users want their stuff more secure than others. So how can I set it up to where user A cannot access user B,C,D,E,F or G? User A has full rights to only user A's folder. Each security...

    Sandman00730 pointsBadges:
  • Authentication against Active Directory

    How can I only allow employees to connect to our WiFi? Is there a method of authentication against active directory? Is there a guide on setting this up?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Can I audit Windows active directory passwords to meet complexity rules and not let users have weak passwords?

    Can I audit Windows active directory passwords to meet complexity rules and not let users have weak passwords? I have changed the group policy for password complexity but what about the old passwords? I would rather not require every one to have to change their passwords even if they have already...

    ITKE351,325 pointsBadges:
  • How to trace Password reset in Active Directory ?

    How can i trace who among my sys admin team has reset the GM's password. Is there any ways or tools (except manageengine) to track the password reset in window 2003 AD Domain. Thanks in Advance.

    Umakant sethi90 pointsBadges:
  • can’t find the parent object of a security group

    I have a security group in the NTFS permission of "netlogon" share. I can't remove it because it is inherinting from a parent object. The problem is I can't find the parent object. The parent folder of "netlogon" folder does not have this security group. I can uncheck the inheritable permissions...

    Isyed15 pointsBadges:
  • GAL Exchange 2003

    Would like to restrict users from altering, especailly deleting names from the global address list in exchange 2003. Have set security for 'everyone' and 'domain users' in AD and Exchange System Manager - thanks

    TOC5 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect a server using DSL routers

    My company is having 30 users at different different location all of them is having separete DSL routers with a VPN tunnel ... And i wanted to connect them to the main server and create a active directory to deny using the cdrom,startmenu, flash drive, games and etc they should only use the company...

    Sufisnetwork5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory

    How to prevent one OU to communicate with other OU in win2k,win2k3 and win2k8

    Rakesh kumar15 pointsBadges:
  • How do I setup a group policy to remove the client xpp firewall in small business server 2003?

    I have inherited an SBS 2003 R2 domain. Server running well. I want to use SNMP for monitoring purposes. How do I setup a group policy to remove the client xpp firewall in small business server 2003 so I can use SNMP? Thanks in advance

    BIASTech5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I deny rights to outside users accessing our network?

    I’ve just recently started a new job in a company with an existing 2K3 AD setup. The company started small, and has grown rapidly. During the earlier stages, security and ACLs were fairly relaxed, with the default fairly “wide-open” browse access to drives, folders etc. for Domain Users left...

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  • Active Directory housekeeping

    In layman’s terms, what are the risks or consequences associated with dormant, inactive object in Active Directory? Other that the security implication associated with accounts and besides it being good housekeeping, what are the benefits of removing or the risks associated with leaving unused...

    Shawn M10 pointsBadges:

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