• Windows 7 Ultimate client can’t see Windows 2000 Active Directory Domain Controller server

    I am trying to join a Win7 Ultimate client to a Win2K ADDC domain. The Win7 receives it's DHCP info correctly, and sees everything on the domain (printer, wifi router, satelite router) but it does not see the Win2k server nor the Win2k Pro box on the network. When attempting to join the domain, the...

    Ray382515 pointsBadges:
  • Encryption routing within an exchange server

    How do we configure exchange 2003 or 2010 to forward email with subject line [secure] out of the exchange server and to our encryption box. All email in and out of our enterprise encrypts just fine, but email among users within the same exchange server dont get forwarded to out of then exchange...

    TonyLucich5 pointsBadges:
  • Joining Ubuntu to Server 2003 Active Directory Domain

    Good Day, An issue.. any one could help me out with, would be fantastic. Trying to join my ubuntu workstation to a test domain I have running. I'm a beginner linux user but I know my domain is usable and XP and other Server machines are joined to it and working wonderfully. I use the commands sudo...

    Chetta100 pointsBadges:
  • Using wireless for active directory connection

    Is using wireless as the connection method for our active directory server a bad idea? The server is across the hall from the server room and we do not want to run cables. Bandwith is not an issue and the signal strength is good. Is there a reason to not do this?

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  • 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...

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  • Active Directory Client Access Licenses

    i am installing AD, but i have 3000 CALs, this lic ok or i have to purchase any other lic?

    ITad5 pointsBadges:
  • Help with Group Policy Objects in Server 2008 64-bit

    Hi guys, I need some help with Server 2008 GPOs. This may be a noob question so be gentle! I have various servers in OUs and need to prevent users accessing other servers via a logged on server. e.g. User1 logged onto Server A in OU A, must not be able to access Server B in OU B from Server A, but...

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  • 2008 Member Server in 2003 Domain

    We have a Windows Server 2008 member server in a 2003 domain with 2 domain controllers. It holds our Exchange 2007 server and some other data. For the last two weeks, off and on, we have had a problem logging into Exchange from the outside. The problem will appear, and then go away. The last time...

    Stevesz2,015 pointsBadges:
  • How do I purge data on a windows 2003 active directory network?

    We are on a Windows 2003 Active Directory Network and all of our clients using internal DNS are resolving one server that has been replaced to the old address. How can I purge the old data on all the machines? Can this be done directly from the server?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • AAA Network Security

    Is the use of a AAA Server limited to TACASC+, RADIUS, or Diameter, or is the functionality of AAA met by the seperation of the processes used in AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Auditing).  Example:  For remote access to the company network, remote users will access through a SSL VPN,...

    Fugaz135 pointsBadges:
  • Group policies to assign to Windows 7 versus Windows XP

    What new group policies can I assign to a Windows 7 machine vs. a Windows XP machine? Any good administrative features for locking down the machines? Will I have to upgrade my schema from a Windows Server 2003 AD network?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Windows domain error

    I am trying to install MS Exchange onto a Poweredge 1850 running Windows 2003. When trying to run a typical exchange install, I received an error message saying that I must be in a windows domain. Also indicated it could not verify our windows domain, and couldn't access the active directory. Can...

    Thaack5 pointsBadges:
  • Acrive Directory Users and Computers

    I provide support for a small school network running Windows Server 2003 on its server and Windows XP Pro SP3 on all of its clients. I want to set up user accounts that will remember user default setting no matter which client machine is used. All users need to map a network drive and various...

    Yankusbobicus120 pointsBadges:
  • Giving Read only access to a Share mailbox in AD

    We are running exchange 2003 and I am want to give a user read only access to the mailbox. Is there any other way of doing it other then to log into the mailbox and giving it via the delegats function of the mailbox. In AD you get the Exhange tab form where you can grant users access to the mailbox...

    Sneekshot5 pointsBadges:
  • Joining company domain with Windows 7 machine

    How can I join my Windows 7 machine to my company domain? I want to access active directory resources on it like printers and such. What do I have to do and what information do I need other than my username and password?

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Advice on Replacing First Domain Controller in Forest/Domain

    We are planning to replace the original domain controller that was the first dc to be set up when we first set up our domain. We have a single forest, single domain, with 20 domain controllers (17 of which are global catalogs) all running Windows 2003 Server with Service Pack 1. The server to be...

    Serendipity100 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory Problem

    Hi we are using 2003 microsoft server. from today morng im unable to open the active directory and other admin tools so pl tell is any solution for this.

    Mohiddins5 pointsBadges:
  • Domain Controller or Member Server for Exchange 2007

    Does Exchange 2007 have to be installed on a domain controller can it just be a member server? Is there a preference? Thanks

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2008 Server R2 and XP Clients don’t have Internet access

    I have a Windows 2008 r2 server w/AD, DNS & DHCP configured. The gateway is a D-Link DIR-655 w/DHCP disabled. The server has internet access, but authenticated XP clients don't. How to fix this? Dcdiag /test:dns /e /v test passed Server is Windows 2008 r2 -Server NIC set to Local DNS -Server has...

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  • Cannot Change Time-Zone or Time on Windows XP Pro, Member of AD2003 Domain

    Hello! I run an Active Directory 2003 domain controller that all of our employees use. We have one employee based on the West Coast whereas everyone else (and the domain controller) are on the East Coast. Whenever this employee tries to change the Time Zone to PST, it does nothing. They go to Date...

    Creech20 pointsBadges:

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