• 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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  • Datacenter Density, Blade Servers, and Heat/Power Issues?

    Hello, I've just inherited a datacenter that has been occupying 400 square feet and running 20+ racks of equipment. However, this technology team has just completed a move to HP Blade servers and now the datacenter is down to 7 racks of equipment. The HP blades are functioning flawlessly and as...

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  • Windows XP Visual style File?

    I want to know if it is possible to centrally control the "look and feel" of the desktop environment of a user on my domain. I have a set of 10 computers that log in using the same name. This user's profile is stored on the Windows 2003 Server. The workstations are XP. I noticed a setting in GPO...

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  • brms parallel save/restore performance issue

    Hi I'm testing BRMS parallel save/restore, but found the time using 4 tape drives is more or less same as 1 single tape drive. My iSeries is i570, V5R3, Group PTF SF99185 Level 014, tape drives are LTO3 each connected to a individual f/c 5704 tape controller. backup 1 library of 1300 objects 124GB...

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  • Three Exchange Questions

    FIRST ? DOMAIN NAME CHANGE / EXCHANGE SERVER In about a month?s time, we?ll be changing domain names. Instead of optic-cc.org we?ll have opportunityjunction.org -- as our organization changes its name from OPTIC to Opportunity Junction. Anticipating this, there are some things I need to find out....

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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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  • IIS custom errors

    I am trying to implement a redirection for forms-based authentication for Exchange Outlook Web Access according to KB555053. Part of the process is to modify the 403;4 Custom error, however, on this particular IIS server, the 403;4 is not in the list. The server is Windows 2003 Standard, SP1...

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  • Cisco Load sharing with port forwarding different ISP’s

    I have a 1811 series router now its set with dual internet connections two different ISP's I have 2 default routes basically It should load balance between two now my concern is I need a port forwarding as we use privite space addressing. I am including current config addresses have been changed to...

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  • Exchange Issues

    FIRST ? DOMAIN NAME CHANGE / EXCHANGE SERVER In about a month?s time, we?ll be changing domain names. Instead of optic-cc.org we?ll have opportunityjunction.org -- as our organization changes its name from OPTIC to Opportunity Junction. Anticipating this, there are some things I need to find out....

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  • Terminal Service restart – Windows 2003 Server

    Terminal service (administrative mode) in one of our file servers time to time has problems. The server is a Windows 2003 server with SP1. When the problem occures, RDP attends to the server get: "Remote Desktop Disconnected. The client could not establish a connection to the remote computer..."...

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  • Learning FTP from the bottom up…

    Are there any good resources available on the web that can give me the basics (most often used/needed) FTP commands. Or, can anyone give me the details of the most commonly used commands. I've got to strart doing some FTP'ing in this new job.

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  • Web Server and DC to share database

    From what I've read, it is "Best Practice" to keep your web server separate from your AD Domain Controller. What if they need to simultaneously share the database? My local users will be logging in to the AD locally and using an app that accesses a database. No problem. My remote users use a PHP...

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  • RDC Connection Keeps Dropping. High PING.

    We have an RDC connection that keeps getting dropped. We have run ping plotter and it keeps showing a high ping at time of drop. We have tried everything we know to do and needing some help. We have replaced the router,switches,ISP. Have run Adaware SE and Norton System Works 2006 on all the...

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  • Server in the DMZ

    We recently replaced a server in the DMZ used to route inbound email. The new server is Server 2003 standard edition. The old one was server 2000 standard. Everything on the new server is the same as the old one as far as server name, IP address, default gateway. My question is can anyone tell me...

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  • Howmuch download occures while using yahoo or MSN Messenger with WEBCOM for one hour?

    If a person is using Yahoo. Messenger or MSN Messenger with WEBCOM to talk and view his family members for one hour how much download occures?

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  • Network cabling- new rack

    I never had the opertunity to completly rewire and set up a Rack with patch panels and new gig switches. I know the basics, and have maitained equipment already setup. My question is when cables are run and brought to the patch panels, do I wire everything into the panels and then from the patch...

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  • Changes in Network Folders

    Hello All, I have a Windows 2000 Network. A windows 2000 Domain Controller also serve as a File Server. Some of the File Network Share Folder's access rights has been changed. Is there a way in Windows 2000 to know WHO and WHEN the changes has been made. Thanks in advance! SD

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  • Default printer per computer

    Overview: My network consists of 4 lans, 5 buildings connected by private T1's. I am running AD and print server on a win2003 box. MOST workstations are XP Pro. Issue: I want to have each pc have a set default printer for every user that at any point MAY logon to that computer. Since I have...

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  • how to setup server

    hi people, i would likje some info on how to use spare tower as a server on my home network....do i need specific software? do i need to make the spare tower....the first connection from my isp? cheers paul

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