• Active Directory: How to identify inactive computer accounts

    Hello, I have a lot of computers in my Active Directory that are inactive and/or obsolete. I am searching for a very safe and fool proof procedure which I can use to identify these computer accounts in active directory and move them to a separate OU. I will keep them in this OU temporarily and...

    Augusta8245 pointsBadges:
  • Disabling games on Windows 7 using GP on Windows Server 2008 R2

    How can I disable all the games on Windows 7 using Group Policy on Windows Server 2008 R2? Thanks for your help.

    joverparas380 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 to Windows Servers

    Hi! I would like to ask for some of your suggestions and maybe references on Windows servers. I had been and AS/400 operator for 3 years and I'm currently unemployed. One of my friends ask me to study Active Directory, Exchange and Sharepoint because of the up coming project that he will be having...

    joverparas380 pointsBadges:
  • Exporting user information from Active Directory to openldap

    I have Installed OpenLdap on Ubantu and Now I want to export username and password from AD and import it into openldap. How do we do this?

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  • Active Directory accounts being locked out

    Active Directory user accounts are getting locked without any invalid attempt. Users are logged into the PC but account is locked out.

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • Networking

    I have a question regarding domain identification of a computer. How does the domain determine the operating system of a computer on its network. Does it use the Registry or some other method?

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  • W2k3 secondary domain controller recovery: join or trust with primary domain controller lost

    Hello, I’ve a problem which was driving me crazy…but the problem primarily was my lack of knowledge in domain controllers troubleshooting. I have a Windows 2003 standard edition backup domain controller. I have been connecting to this one by RDP (only using s domain admin credentials, not the...

    SampeiMihira15 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory in the Cloud

    Is it possible to setup active directory in a cloud server and have users authenticate from there? I want to distribute ReadyNas devices to my office locations to have access to the Egnyte Local Cloud through AD authentication. I don't want to expose my corporate domain controller to the internet.

    Bahamutx225 pointsBadges:
  • Change display name in GAL to Arabic

    Hi, We use Exchange 2010 as a server platform and Outlook 2010 as the client. When our Outlook 2010 users click on their address book, the GAL displays the display name in English language, because we have a weakness in our organization with English language, our GM asked to change the display...

    veryoldgeek5 pointsBadges:
  • Running Windows Server in the cloud

    A major part of our company is thinking about implementing Active Directory and Windows Server to manage and maintain our local network and workstations. It will allow us to centralize our management and create better security policies. But the big question we have is this: Should we run Windows...

    ITKE342,950 pointsBadges:
  • Problem rejoining server to domain

    Hi, We had to restore a W2K3 server from backup, including the system state. The server recovered ok but was not able to connect to the domain, so we removed it from the domain, rebooted, removed all traces of the server from AD and DNS, and tried to rejoin, but we get the message "An error...

    Allers196115 pointsBadges:
  • Assign the value to attribute with hyphen in Active Directory using PowerShell code

    Here is the code I am using to modify the attribute of the object class "User" in active directory. The attribute is "cvx-informationStewart". Can anyone help how to update the attribute that has hyphen as I am getting error. .Csv data contains: "samAccountName","informationSteward" "!tqjz","tqjz"...

    Sagar2540 pointsBadges:
  • Changing the PDC from one server to another.

    I have an old Win 2000 server which is my PDC now. I also have a new Win 2003 server which is just a member server now. I would like to make the new Windows 2003 server my Primary Domain Controller. Could someone point me in the right direction? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Caotech0 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP assigning IP – windows event

    Hello, Is there a windows even generated by the DHCP each time an IP is assigned to a machine. I would like to trace which machine used which IP and when. Thanks

    Atabani95 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory restore problem

    Dear All, I have a machine1 on which the Operating System is Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (Service Pack 2). This is the Domain Controller on which Microsoft Exchange 2003 is installed. I want to perform backup of this machine1 using VSS (application specific writers for AD and...

    Dkk70 pointsBadges:
  • Details of Active Directory roles

    Can someone provide me more details of Active Directory?

    Jayaraj5 pointsBadges:
  • Active directory group policy for printing permissions

    We have a color printer on AD. We want normal users to only be able to print black and white and managers/exec users to be able to choose. How can we set this up?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Can´t logon MS Server 2003 R2

    Helo, The server is not a domain controller but acts as a replication server. I remove this server from his original domain network, change your network settings so that it now forms part of another IP address where exist "different domain". I could access the server with administrator user and...

    DaniER5 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t forward emails.

    I setup an email account for a user and he is able to open and read emails but can't forward. I have set him up in active directory with full control of this email account but when he tries to forward emails he gets an error saying he does not have sufficient permissions. Any help would be greatly...

    Lherring5 pointsBadges:
  • Self Service Password Reset

    I want to implement self service password reset for an Active directory domain that will be used by a program and it based on user/password details. I want to provides the option to users perform self- update of their accounts without any help.

    edrineliot5 pointsBadges:

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