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    I am setting up a new server (2003) to take the place of my old DHCP/DNS Logon server (2000). Is there an easy way to migrate the information from the old to the new, like copying a file or something? I am setting up the new 2003 server with a new forest/domain different from the old one but all...

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  • WinXP Logon Access

    I have a customer with a WinXP Home in an education workgroup that was infected by spyware(unknown)and was cleaned it seemed successfully. The unit was moved to a new user and when I created a new profile (tried several) with administrator access, it identifies as administrator but any program...

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  • Error message: You do not have permission to send to this recipient”

    In answering a question posed on July 20, 2005, David Sengupta suggested the following when asked about a user receving the error message "You do not have permission to send to this recipient." "The most common scenario in which I've seen this particular error is when companies are using a Cisco...

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  • Single Instance Storage Groveler question

    The machine I am concerned with here is a W2K server with SP4 running RIS. The RIS server is technically functional but I notice that the SIS groveler doesn't seem to be doing much of anything. On a W2K3 server of ours with a basically identical setup there is a huge savings in hard drive space in...

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  • changing trunk protocol on cisco switches

    Anyone who has done a change on trunk protocol in a live 24/7 environment. My main question is if all trunks will go down during the change? The net consist of 7 switches and on one of them is an tftp server from which I hope that I can download the configs needed. If all switches are in a long...

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  • Windows XP printer sharing problems-2

    Hello all, I have a small office with 3 computers. There is an HP laser printer directly connected to the parallel port of computer A. Computer A is running Windows 2000 pro, and is sharing the printer over the network. Computer B (also Windows 2000 pro) can print without a problem. Computer C is...

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  • Windows XP printer sharing problems

    Hello all, I have a small office with 3 computers. There is an HP laser printer directly connected to the parallel port of computer A. Computer A is running Windows 2000 pro, and is sharing the printer over the network. Computer B (also Windows 2000 pro) can print without a problem. Computer C is...

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  • Windows couldn’t start !!!!!!!!!!!

    Hi, It took place many times on just one of my clients that it's motherboard is soltek!!windows can't comes up and this error appear on display: "Windows couldn't start because of an error in the software.Please report this problem as:Load needed Dlls for kernel" Could you please help me?Really I...

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  • Clock gaining time – Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller on Site only!

    The Clock on a Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller (on an isolated network, so acting as the Time Source for the other PCs) is gaining time. Now we have tried a Dell PowerEdge 700 (2 off Motherboards!) and a Dell PowerEdge 830. One gains 8 minutes/day and one gains 2 minutes per day! Strangely...

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  • AMD vs. Intel: Data Warehouse Servers and Consolidated Database Servers …

    Hello everyone, Hope all is well ... Any help, opinions, direction to whitepapers, benchmarch reports, overkill/underkill comments, and the like would be greatly appreciated: We are in the process of spec'ing out hardware needs for our targeted new data warehouse and new consolidated database...

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  • Error: Server service is not started

    Windows XP Pro system - Error "Server service is not started" appears when trying to access the "Member of" tab of user properties. The "server" service is not listed in the services list on this machine. I can change group memberships from the group properties but from the user properties. How can...

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  • Ghost Account

    Hello Everybody, I have been having some problems in my network, I have ghost users. The thing is that we have one user in Active Directory (let's say "user1") who's emails are forwarded to another user (let's say "receiver") who is also part of Active Directory (AD). "user1" and "receiver" have...

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  • Access Control across domains

    Here's my scenario: Domain-A is primary, Domain-B is a child domain. WS is my workstation running a password reset application. I need to create an account on the Domain-A that will allow the WS application, to change or reset passwords on botht he Domain-A box and Domain-B. Essentially, this...

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  • Is there an IBM Tool to Rebind Plans/Collections

    I am an applicaiton developer, (analyst) resonsible for ensuring four test regions (and sometimes the produciton region) performs as effieciently as possible. We have approximately 1000 programs that have not accurate statistics (run stats are not updated, another question). Our DBA's tell us it is...

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  • Ideas For Baselining Windows XP

    I need some ideas for creating an effective baseline of Windows XP Pro for our desktop systems here at work. I was wondering what some other people do to effectively assess the performance of their PC's before they are deployed. Also being able to save a report of some type after baselining and...

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  • Reconnecting Mailboxes in Exchange

    To correct a roaming profile problem the accounts were recreated and the old accounts were deleted. At this point the exchange email accounts have become dissociated with their accounts. I need to associate them with the new accounts and recover the email messages. I know that there is a time limit...

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  • Synchronous Replication and Data inconsistency

    Hi, What are the possible scenarios where one could have data inconsistency when using Array based Synchronous Replication. What could be done to prevent it, and has anybody had any real life experiences with these scenarios? Thanks, Steve

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  • MS SQL with Radius

    Hi, i have some problems getting radius authentication to work as i believe i have not setup the proper SQL tables. Can anyone please tell me what db tables i would need for the authentication to work.

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  • Network Issue.

    Hi. I am running a network, and have setup a small room with 12 PC's. The room is gonna be used for research, but there is only 1 network port coming in (10meg. So, i have a 8 port hub, and a small switch. 8 of my PC's are on the network,, on the hub, but the other 4 are not. I get a link light on...

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  • Data Center Issues-Please Help!

    Hi Everyone, My name is Maricel, I work for an IT Infrastructure Consulting company and I am responsible for putting together Educational seminars for our clients who are IT/Facilities Professionals. I want to make sure our upcoming seminar focuses on issues that IT Professionals are faced with in...

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