• Group Policy-Internet Access

    I use the old trick of bogus settings for the proxy server in Group Policy. I have as an example: OU1-Internet Access OU2-No Access When I move anyone from the OU2 to OU1 to allow them access, the proxy address still remains in the settings. I can manually change it back, but cannot get it to do so...

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  • Windows OS Paging

    Generally if an operation in memory takes 1 second it will take approximately 1 month if it requires a page fault. I have a server with 8 GB physical RAM and 18 GB total with page file. My high water mark since the system booted is 2.948 GB. Windows 2003 Server Enterprise edition. Currently the...

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  • Two Domains in one Windows Server

    Hi, Can I configure two domains in one windows server

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  • Windows 2000 Server

    I get the following error on my Domain Server. Its used as a Frontend for our ERP and Common folder for users (around 130) in our Domain. Its a PIII 1 Ghz with Dual Processor with RAID 5. Searched the Net for the solution there is a solution of increasing MaxWorkItems in the Registry to 8192 (but...

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  • Can’t login as Administrator

    Hello Everybody, I can't login to adminstrator profile in my standalone win 2000 adv server. I use this system for my study purposes. What happened actually is when I was shuting my system, it got powered off because of some UPS problem and the next time when I logged in using Administrator, it...

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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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  • Recommendations for OU and group policy design

    Hi, We are currently running a Win2003 AD and have been for some time. As is the usual with this sort of thing, the OU and Group Policy structure has evolved over time and it's currently in a bit of a mess. I'd like to get some input on how best to re-design the OU and GPO structure. Any ideas are...

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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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  • Port 1894

    Hi, Our port scanner has detected '1894' as an open port. We know 1894 is an 'O2Server' port. Could you please throw some light on the port '1894'? Thanks kbs

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  • Laptop Security…

    Hi, I am the head of my department and by the nature of the job I hold some confidential information on my laptop. How do I ensure that 1. Nobody can access any files on my laptop from the LAN or the internet (not even sys admins) 2. If somebody tries to access, can I find out /trace who it is or...

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  • Using Secure Shell (ssh)

    I have to submit a remote command from the AS/400 to run on a UNIX system. I am told by security admin. that I can only use Secure Shell(ssh). Both the AS/400 and the UNIX server are within the firewall. I do not know where to start. Does OS/400 V5R3 have this capability? Do I need additional...

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  • Folder / File Compare Utility

    Hello All: I am currently looking for a compare utility that will perform the following tasks (at a minimum): 1. Compare folder (sub-folder) strings from a specified stating point. For example one string starts at C:User Data and the second string begins a D:BackupUser Data. The utility should...

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  • Conference rooms in Exchange & Outlook

    I am looking for the best way to handle conference rooms within Exchange and Outlook to make them easy to schedule, update, and access. I have Exchange 2003 on a Windows 2003 Server and I have 9 conference/meeting rooms. Right now I have a calendar setup for each one and the person has to go in and...

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  • Printserver Solution

    Hi There, I have 2 sites seperated over WAN and Firewalls which require to communicate vice-versa for printing. There are several printers located in each site so was wondering for a solution wherein 2 printservers at either location talk to each other through the firewall and do the needful for...

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  • Migrating from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

    Good Morning All! I need some help on "How to Migrate" an Exchange 5.5 server running on NT4 to a new computer running 2003 server and Exchange 2003. This only a one Domain network and it is running AD on a Windows 2000 network. If someone and can tell me all the steps neccessary to have a...

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  • SQL Server 2005

    I just installed SQL Server 2005 (Standard Edition) on a Windows Server 2003. I still have SQL Srever 2000 and I used the export utility to copy a database from one of my SQL 2000 server to my new SQL 2005 server. Everything copied over and tables were created. The database is there for me to see...

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  • SBS2000 and Exchange

    I have an SBS2000 server which I am trying to replace with a new SBS2003 Server. Due to certain issues I tried to upgrade the 2000 box to SBS2003 but this would not complete due to not being able to locate all Domain Controllers. Whilst I believe this to be an error, it has resulted in a problem...

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  • Windows 2003 Server Disconnected Network Drive

    I am moving a working application to Win 2003 Server, from XP Pro. The Task is started from a remote server to the Win 2003 Server. It starts a job which tries to access a network drive. This network drive is connected prior to the job starting, and yet as soon as job starts it goes to...

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  • Connecting remote drives in Terminal Services

    Windows Server 2003 R2 - when connecting remote drives in a terminal session, response is painfully slow. Any recommendations to improve performance? TIA Gary

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  • MS Open Licenses.

    I need to purchas a 5 user CAL for Terminal Server 2003 and I ran accross MS Open Licenses which seem to be cheaper than the regular options by a couple hundred dollars. I researched Open Licenses online and it seems they are legit, but when I asked the online seller they said the only difference...

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