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  • how does a client machine contact a adc when dc is disconnected from the network

    How does a client machine contact a adc when dc is disconnected from the network?

    Lachu5 pointsBadges:
  • RODC problem

    While the main DC down, even I make repopulate for passwords, I don't know what the problem is.

    bogy8450 pointsBadges:
  • Restricting access to a file share to certain computers

    Here is the scenario. I have a Windows server 2003 domain with two DC's. This is an educational environment with roughly 3,000 computers and 30,000 users. Students are logging in with their own unique credentials. My issue is that there are multiple computer labs that need a share configured to...

    Siliconron20 pointsBadges:
  • Domain Not available while logging in

    HI, We have recently installed patch in the server after that I am not able to login to the domain saying error " The system could not log on now because doiman rott is not avilableDomain not available" But we able to login through ILO using Domain account in to the server. We tried SFC scan and...

    Kemp15 pointsBadges:
  • Domain Controller on a Virtual Machine?

    I am looking to add a second domain controller to our network. Is it wise to do this on a virtual machine? Are there any "side effects" that I should ponder.

    Denwood390 pointsBadges:
  • Why do sysvol replication errors persist on second DC after DCPROMO?

    [dt]Added second Windows Server 2003 DC (DC2) to single domain (AD, File Server, DNS Server, GC Role on both DCs) / (DCPROMO run) Intended for DC2 to be replica of main DC (DC1) / same OS on both. Same domain, same building, no firewall between, only a switch. Different IP's, DC1 is primary in all...

    Itfix75 pointsBadges:
  • 2003 server R2 additional DC to master DC

    Hi, I am using 2003 server SP2 with DC, AD and exchange 5.5 insatlled. Now I have a new server to replace the oldDC. I have created different machine name to joined the oldDC domain and transfered AD users and exchange mail boxes to my new machine. The problem is I cannot demote the oldDC server. I...

    2003 Server R25 pointsBadges:
  • Future DC Technology

    Where do I find (Internet) sites that have future technology for DC's that are 3-5 years from now?

    Tbur5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 DC Promo: adding new DC

    We have an existing Win2K3 domain with a primary DC in our main office and a secondary DC in a co-location facility 700 miles away. We have a secondary (local) office connected to our main via WAN link. There is a member server which we would like to convert to a DC using dcpromo (for a variety of...

    Pressler29042,190 pointsBadges:
  • How to obtain redundancy between a DS0 and antennas communication

    We have our Distribution Center and the headquarters communicated by two options: By a DS0 via Frame-Relay and with a pair of antennas. How could we connected both at the same time in order to obtain redundancy? What schema of switches we need? We had already 1 Cisco Catalyst Express 500 and a...

    Jortizga10 pointsBadges:
  • How can I run Exchange in two office?

    I have an office in the US which controls my exchange server and I VPN out to my 2nd office in Peru. I want to run a second instance of Exchange in my Peru office so our email system does not go down if my US office is down. How do I do that now that everything is setup the way it is. I have DC in...

    Notanexpert15 pointsBadges:
  • How to use VBscript to see which users are logged in through UNC?

    I have DC server with Actve Directory. It works well. My question is, how can I use VBscript to find which users are currently logged in on my server through UNC?

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  • Add exchange server to exsisting dc

    Hi I currently have a windows 2k3 server as a domain controller and I want to add a win 2k3 sbs server with exchange as a secondary domain controller. I know I can add the the SBS machine to the exsisting domain if its not a domain controller itself yet but I want to know how I can add it to the...

    Corewin5 pointsBadges:
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