• BACKUP OF EXCHNAGE03 AND ACTIVE DIRECTORY

    HOW CAN I TAKE BACKUP OF EXCHANGE2003 AND ACTIVE DIRECTORY AND RESTORE TO ANOTHER SERVER. PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP. THANKS

    Piyushn20 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy Permissios

    I have a situation where I need to deny certain GPO's from being linked to OU's where delegation has been granted to Link GPO's I have tried many security settings on the GPO itself but I have no luck.

    Lanadmn5 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Forests or multiple Domain

    We have 8 different domain/forests around the world. We now want to put all those 8 domain into a new world wide domain where our Exchange 2007 is setup. I think the best way is to import those 8 domains into the new domain as a multiple forests so all domains has there own forests insted of having...

    LamRB10 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange rebuild

    What is the "recommended" way to save the site specific data (AD and Exchange + ??) when you need to rebuild a SBC server from scratch?

    Daveahead5 pointsBadges:
  • Moving TO Windows/Exchange 2003 in NATIVE mode.

    I've been asked to move a large organization to Exchange 2003 Native domain. I think that I should move the AD domain to 2003 mode first. This org has upgraded some 4.0 PDC's and some 2000 DC's to windows 2003. There are no windows 2000/4.0 DC's left. There are a number of sites. Most clients are...

    Xanader410 pointsBadges:
  • Folder Sharing

    How to share any folder in a PC which is a client of Windows 2003 Active directory?

    Vishwajeet085 pointsBadges:
  • Hidden User Account and OU in Active Directory

    I am trying to find a "hidden" user account in active directory and cannot find it. I have already selected Advanced Features and it still isn't locatable. I know the user exists and can see that the account has been used to login to pcs, but when searching active directory it doesn't show up...

    Geminime5 pointsBadges:
  • How to move Active Directory child domains to the root domain?

    I have 6 Active Directory child domains and one AD root domain in Windows 2000 Functional Level. I also have 5 Exchange 5.5 orgs and one Exchange 2003 org. My problem is we want to move all of the Active Directory Child domains, their resources and their users into the Root Domain. Also we want to...

    123456300 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to change user password

    I currently have ninety users running Windows XP SP2 within a Windows 2003 domain and four users are unable to change their passwords. The error they get when attempting to change is Access Denied. Their passwords can be changed within the AD and no services are affected other than the fact that...

    Cridgy35 pointsBadges:
  • Adding additional fields in Active Directory Users and computers

    Is it possible to add user defined (or custom ) fields to the display pane of the AD users and computers MMC? Example: we have accounts that have different attributes (network storage, e-mail). We have account managers (who will not have any admin rights) who will be tracking the numbers of these...

    Shawn M10 pointsBadges:
  • RPC over HTTP with a SBS 2000 and an Exchange 2003

    Hi, We have a setup where my AD is located on a SBS 2000 server. We have a Server2003 running Exchange 2003 and I am looking into ways to give access to our exchange server to our outside sales force. I know I can do OWA and have most of the functions of Exchange but it would not let them have a...

    Pmalaison25 pointsBadges:
  • Problem:The client could not connect to the remote computer

    When connecting to the application server several times it gives an error as in the subject and then after a few trials it goes through. Intermittent failures on connection. when trying to join domain i failed with errors indicating that DNS was not resolving the domain name. Or Domain name server...

    Eduado0 pointsBadges:
  • 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:
  • how to do folder redirection without GPO in Active directory

    anyone knows how do folder redirection without GPO

    Fceesay20 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange administration question

    I have an Exchange 2007 organization that contains multiple SMTP domains. AD is configured so that each user has multiple e-mail addresses, one from each SMTP domain. Most of the time, all is well. However, sometimes, (more often than I'd like) if an internal user tries to send a message to another...

    ITGuy10 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 multiple SMTP domain issue

    I have an Exchange 2007 organization that contains multiple SMTP domains. AD is configured so that each user has multiple e-mail addresses, one from each SMTP domain. Most of the time, all is well. However, sometimes, (more often than I'd like) if an internal user tries to send a message to another...

    John Smith20 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003

    I wanted to know if there was a way to disable the logon prompt the first time a new user opens outlook. Is there a policy that would stop that?

    Tonyj15 pointsBadges:
  • AD and Exchange Consolidation

    I have 6 Active Directory child domains and one AD root domain in Windows 2000 Functional Level. I also have 5 Exchange 5.5 orgs and one Exchange 2003 org. My problem is we want to move all of the Active Directory Child domains, their resources and their users into the Root Domain. Also we want to...

    LKHarris5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Controller (Win2k3, AD) not operating as needed

    Hi there, I run a dedicated Win2k3 Active Directory server, which is running just fine. I run a backup Win2k3 AD server as well. When I turn off my primary, the backup should sub in, and direct individuals to my Exchange server, etc. But it's not. I know it's handling DNS queries fine, even when...

    Linger19740 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 policy won’t propagate unless Exchange Server is rebooted!

    I am making changes to individual user mailboxes. I am increasing the send and receive size restrictions to 20MB. The default global policy is 10MB. The policy works only after I reboot the Exchange Server. Any idea why this would happen? Shouldn't this be an instant settings change?

    Steelers geek5 pointsBadges:

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