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    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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  • Active Directory Domain controller broadcasting UDP – Why?

    Hi all, I've been noticing some sluggish network performance and was checking through some logs in my PIX firewall, and came across this entry: Aug 04 2006 09:59:54 710003: UDP access denied by ACL from 192.168.1.49/137 to inside: 192.168.1.255/137 Now, 192.168.1.49 is a domain controller (Windows...

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  • Changing servers – GUID issues with Domain Name-2

    Hello all, Basically, we have an old windows 2000 small business server, which is running exchange, SQL, ISA and much more. So we are running out of space on a few of teh drives and considering that we are using RAID we cant just add a drive and repartition the C drive to get more space. So the...

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  • New 2003 install on the domain can’t see the network

    Long story short, a windows 2003 system died with a bad hard drive. Hard drive has been replaced and I am installing a fresh windows 2003 onto the system. Everything is updated and it joins the domain fine. The problem is I cannot see any other systems on our domain. I can do a \stampy from my...

    Kevins740 pointsBadges:
  • Changing servers – GUID issues with Domain Name

    Hello all, Basically, we have an old windows 2000 small business server, which is running exchange, SQL, ISA and much more. So we are running out of space on a few of teh drives and considering that we are using RAID we cant just add a drive and repartition the C drive to get more space. So the...

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  • Unable to move mailboxes from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

    Here is my network setup: Exchange 5.5 Server running on a Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller. The DC is also running AD, DNS, DHCP and WINS. I've successfully introduced an exchange 2003 running on a windows 2003 server into my exchange 5.5 organization. I am trying to move user mailboxes over...

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  • Opinions about firewalls and VPN

    I currently have watchguard firewalls and IPSec tunnels between them and the other watchguard firewalls. We also have remote users VPN into the firewall for access to our network. Our firewalls are fine but we haven't been that happy with the support over the last 5 or so years. We are joining...

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  • Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

    Good Afternoon, I have an Exchange 5.5 running on a Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller. Active Directory is running on the network. I would like to migrate Exchange 5.5 to a new box running Windows 2003 Server and Exchange 2003. Winodws 2000 DC machine is also running DNS, WINS, DHCP and also a...

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  • AD Integration and NetBIOS/WINS

    Hello. My question has two parts. First, the company I work for just merged with another company and we have now set up a trust between the two domains, ABC and XYZ, I will call them for illustration. The domains are connected via a T1 with Cisco routers on each end. The trust was set up as...

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  • Windows 2000 server EVENT ID 13508 Problem

    Hi all am getting an event in my server id# 13508 Here am explaining my situation I have to windows2000 server which is running active directory and DNS. My PDC which is running global catlog server here am calling Server ?A? my BDC its running active directory and DNS I am calling as server ?B?....

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  • DNS Transfer from win2000 to win2003-2

    Hi I have a DC with win2000 server. This DC has got DNS installed which is active directory integrated. This is only DNS on my network and is vital to the client authentication. I am currently on the process of upgrading to Win 2003 server. I have got a new server which I have installed win2003...

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  • DNS Transfer from win2000 to win2003

    Hi I have a DC with win2000 server. This DC has got DNS installed which is active directory integrated. This is only DNS on my network and is vital to the client authentication. I am currently on the process of upgrading to Win 2003 server. I have got a new server which I have installed win2003...

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  • Network Login Via VPN Problems

    OS: Windows 2000 server w/AD VPN: Microsoft VPN client authenticating against firewall Desktop: Windows XP Pro (have also tried with Windows 2000 Pro) I have set up a VPN account for a user. The VPN authenticates against the firewall (WatchGuard), then the user needs to login to the network using...

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  • Active Directory Planning

    I am new to setting up active directory so I apoligize if this question seems basic. I have 2 domains I would like to be contained within this active directory. One (domain1 for out example) will be made accessable to the internet. In addition to these 2 domains there are currently multiple...

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