Hello, im an auditor for global copany risks. One of the things that we look for is sepperation of functions. shortly said, you don’t want the same person creating your bill’s and be able to pay them (because he presents a serious security risk for commiting fraud.) Now what to do with an Domain Administrator [...]
Answer Question | May 14, 2011 7:43 AM
Administrative privileges, Administrator, IT administration, Security, Security audits
Unfortunately, I think my domain admin passwork may have leaked to someone in the company. I know how to view the authentication records via event log, but am wondering how I can make it easier on myself to know if and when this is occuring. Is there an opensource app that can help? Or an [...]
Answer Question | April 15, 2010 12:14 PM
Administrator, Administrator password, Domain Administration, Eventlogs, Reporting
hello, i am used window xp sp3 (workgroup networking) with symantic antivers.I does live update symantic to go to manually every system. I wants when the user ON the PC live updae begin automaticaly. can any body tell me how can do this job, or tell me about any script command used thanks
Answer Question | October 12, 2009 8:55 PM
Administration, Administrator, Scripting, Windows XP
Our administrator account was disabled by mistake. We now only have a guest account with no way of getting into files. We are running Windows xp pro and can’t even use safe mode. I just need to enable the administrator account.
Answer Question | November 10, 2008 3:42 PM
Administrator, Windows administration, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional
Should a 3. Party Network Administrator have Remote access to al Corp. Computers and should he have on all Computers Administrator rights. Is this legaly ok and who is responsible for activis on the Network in this case?
Answer Question | July 26, 2008 3:35 PM
Access Rights, Administrator, Remote Network Management, User access
Is it possible prevent an administrator user from logging onto one particular computer, but they still be able to log on to any computer in their department? All users log onto the Windows 2003 domain controller and are Windows professional clients.
Answer Question | March 31, 2008 8:57 PM
Administrative privileges, Administrator, Windows Security, Windows Server 2003