• Routing Between Subnets and between networks

    1.I have two separe networks 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0 ,they r physicall connected. What should i configure and where to configure so that host of each network can connect to other host in other network. 2.I have two separe Subnets(after subnetting a class B network),they r physicall connected....

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  • Remote Authentication to AD Server

    Our main site uses Active Directory, but our small remote sites do not; users up to this point had no need to log on to the domain. Now, we have a remote user that needs to log on to the domain. How do I point him there? What will I need at the AD end? Sites are connected via DSL. Prior to my...

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  • IP Address forcing/grouping

    I know this may sound odd, but I am having a severe problem with IP addresses at the school district that I work for. Our IP ranges are: 192.168.200.x 192.168.201.x 192.168.204.x Here is the problem: the 192.168.204.x was put in place when a previous technician started implementing the VoIP system...

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  • Networking DHCP growth

    Okay, probably a simple question for a lot, but my experience has been more along the lines of many offices, with a typical setup of a border router (cisco, firewall (watchguard, new cisco ASA's, Windows 2003 server DC, exchange server, etc....) I have been doing this a while now and have been...

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  • User rights,

    Key applications/services: Active Directory, Domain controller, Terminal Services, Dentrix. 2 Servers running Win server 2003 standard. Network Setup, server3 hosts database/application called Dentrix. Server4 hosts the client for Dentrix and is a terminal server so that remote users can access...

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  • Inplace Upgrade from Windows 2000 DC and AC server to Windows 2003

    I have a windows 2000 domain controller in a small network (30 workstations). This server is also running terminal services and it is the only DC in the domain. I need to do a inplace upgrade to windows 2003 standard edition. When I tried the upgrade, it seemed like everything was good, except that...

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  • Blue Socket Gateway and Certificates

    We are currently attempting to implement a Blue Socket Gateway in order to authenticate our wireless clients. I have been instructed by Blue Socket that the certificate used by them will not work through a NAT translation and that I should put this device on the outside of my ASA firewall....

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  • Domain Administrator restricted on new secondary DC

    1. Running W2k server (SP4 with Rollup 1) on AD1 as PDC 2. Added AD2 as SDC 3. Promoted AD2 to PDC 4. Migrated roles to AD2 5. Demoted AD1 to domain member System working fine, but several months later needed to replace AD2 with new server (need to keep name and IP) 6. Added AD1 as SDC 7. Promoted...

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  • odd NIC problem

    Howdy all... I have a win2k3 member server with 2 onboard Intel PRO lan connections. One is 100mb the other 1000mb. On the 100mb connection, I can set either a DHCP or Static TCP address and it works fine. On the 1000mb connection, it works fine on DHCP, but absolutely refuses to connect with a...

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  • Remove Printers and Faxes from XP Start menu?

    Does anyone know a method for removing the printer and faxes icon from the start menu in Group Policy (2003 Server) or another method. I disabled the right to add/remove printers, but I would like to remove the icon all together. Also, is there a way to disable the function keys? specficaly F9?...

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  • Creating a Domain from pieces

    I'm inheriting a client who has a small number of systems spread out over various sites. All of these systems are in static IP's from the various DSL providers. We now want to bring them all together and use Active Directory (mainly for Group Policy and Permissions Control). While I've created...

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  • IIS Authentication Problem On 1 Virtual Server

    I have 2 virtual servers setup on the same server. It's running Server 2003 R2/IIS 6 and Sharepoint services. Both are Sharepoint sites and both were setup manually instead of using the default site during Sharepoint setup. I'm the Sharepoint administrator for both sites. I can access one of them...

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  • 2 NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's What would be the best way to configure and connect them using static IP? Can they be on different VLAN's? And what about Bridging them? Thanks

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  • Two NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's what would be the best way to connect and configure each NIC? Should or can they be on different VLAN's and what about bridging them? Thanks

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  • Windows 2003 DNS oddity

    Hi all, I'm running Win2K3 on a LAN with a DSL connection to the internet. I've got the server set up to be the DHCP and DNS server for the network, forwarding internet requests to our service provider's DNS servers. This all works lovely, browsing the LAN and the Web, except for a handful of sites...

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  • Laptop synchronizes successfully but “Offline Files” folder remains empty

    Hi, We have an AD (Windows Server 2003)with a number of laptops using offline folders for off-site work and generally this works flawlessly. However, one user has a problem, whenever she's on-site everything works as it should. She has access to her desktop and the "My Documents" folder but as soon...

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  • Refreshing Group Policy Settings Windows Server 2003

    I have been recenlty been configuring my group policies for various OUs and at first I thought I was doing something wrong because none of the settings would work, but I think maybe they are just taking awhile to apply to the computer. Is there a way to make them refresh faster? I rebooted the...

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  • How can I find out when the users log on and log out ………….

    Hi, I have a win server 2003 domain and all of my clients's OS is win xp sp2,I wana know when the users log on to domain and when log out from the domain every day. Could you please help me? Thank you. --- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Windows DHCP problem.

    I think I may be mssing something simple, but here is my setup and problem. I have a Windows 2003 server w/active directory, DNS, and DHCP configured. The server is connected into a cheap D-Link switch. I have one Windows XP workstation also plugged into the switch. My goal is to have the server...

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  • laptop login

    WinXP laptop, part of domain, when disconnected frm domain uses cached login. While disconnected, changed from domain member to workgroup member. :( Now login only has name/pwd text boxes - can't get domain selection box. Thus, can't login. How to get domain option back at login screen? (How to...

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