• Active Directory Integration?

    Our Mother company is pushing us to integrate Active Directory and have our domain under their forest. We are two different companies and we have our own IT infrastructure and IT team. We might have plans to go seperate in the near future but they are still pushing too hard for the integration...

    ITusers5 pointsBadges:
  • installing active directory

    installing active directory on windows server 2003r2

    Backcountrey025 pointsBadges:
  • active directory

    what loacal or active directory item can effect the effective permissions

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  • What are the steps for creating a user in Active Directory?

    In active directory

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  • What is the easiest and cheapest operating system to roll out across 35 workstations/

    What is the easiest and cheapest operating system to roll out to a 35 user active directory network?

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  • Active directory FSMO roles

    Hi friends, Can any one solve my question that came to my mind. Is all the domain controllers had the NTDS.DIT database file or only FSMO role holders DCs had these file in a forest? If only FSMO DCs having ntds.dit file, why other DCs doesnot having? Thanks.

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  • Branding Internet Explorer via Active Directory

    We want to brand Internet Explorer via Active directory. How can we do it? Our domain controllers are 2003.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Joining new domain controller for Replication

    Dear Experts; we have a DC running Win Server 2008 Standard X32, and we installed new Win Server 2008 R2 Enterprise X64 for redunduncy & Replication, when we want to promote the second server to a DC it give us error: shows that we have to prepare the AD for the new DC, and we already did that, but...

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  • Group policy for Active Directory and Windows XP

    We have about 3-400 mobile laptop users that never work on the compagny network. OS is windows xp. Is there any way to control these computers settings and contents in a way that mimics AD GPO functionality. Thinking host/client-agent solution or something

    I486dx26670 pointsBadges:
  • Multi-Site, single-domain setup question about? Which DC authenticates login’s?

    I have a single domain/forest setup. I recently created a second site in active directory and added a domain controller to it. Both DC's are server 2003. At the new site with the new DC, I run the command "echo %logonserver%" on a workstation, and it replies back with the old domain controller...

    Ingram871,285 pointsBadges:
  • FTP access

    I have a server 2008 , I need to host FTP for users outside the network i.e. on the internet. They will have their specific folders. I need this to be configured such that no CALS are used when they access their folders. I do not need authentication from AD , but will need some kind of...

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  • Thin Client set up

    I have proposed that we consider bringing in Thin Clients for roughly 1/2 of our workstations, so am now tasked with bringing forward details for a complete roll-out plan....and I'm not highly experienced in this area (although I have worked with them, and enjoyed the experience) I need to find out...

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  • Managing Terminated Users Windows Server 2003

    I am kinda new to multiple account user management, so bare with me please. Is there a way to remove users from both AD and exchange after a certain lenght of time? We disable their account on termination day but do not delete them. Just wondering what some other admin phylosiphies are?  Thanks so...

    Rlove106715 pointsBadges:
  • Moving user profiles in Outlook 2003 in Active Directory environment

    I need to move roaming profiles with 3 folders (User, Home, and MSOutlookData)to a different drive on one of our servers....in an AD environment. I have never done this before, would appreciate any tips/tricks/cautions that anyone has to offer

    AndreaF7,945 pointsBadges:
  • Restrictions on a kiosk that has internet access on our Active Directory network

    What restrictions should we put on a user at an internet kiosk on our Active Directory network? The user auto logs on. Should this be guest? Windows 7 enterprise.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Services and Active Directory on one box

    I have a windows server 2003 standard with terminal Services and Active Directory setup on the one box. user profiles are local to this machine. We want to seperate the AD from this box onto another.Once AD is swung to the new machine and AD removed from the old machine will the user profiles on...

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  • can I specify NS records of an AD DNS zone with non-windows dns servers

    can I specify NS records of an AD DNS zone with non-windows dns servers , need the dns server to be the master and slaves hidden and the SOA MNAME is the Windows DNS master for dynamic updates to support AD?

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • Bizzare Windows XP Logon problem

    Hi, i hope some one can help me,i have never ever come across anything like this. I have built some new pcs up within my domain, just recently i have joined them to my network and changed the local computer names as i ghosted them accross, now when i rebooted the machines and gets to the classic...

    Philcrox160 pointsBadges:
  • Delprof script in Active Directory

    Hi has anyone got a good working script for delprof to run on remote computers in a domain? I want to be able to put this script into a specified OU in active directory so that only the PC's in that OU get delprofed! any help apricated! Thanks Phil Croxford

    Philcrox160 pointsBadges:
  • Corrupt Windows Server 2003 User profile needs help

    We have a roaming profile that appears to have become corrupt, and needs tending to. I have worked with correcting corrupt user profiles on a Linux server, but not on a Windows Server 2003, in and Active Directory environment. Any thoughts, comments, best practices would be greatly...

    AndreaF7,945 pointsBadges:

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