• The time is wrong in one of my Domain controllers…………..

    Hi, There is something wrong in my domain from one week ago!!! I have two domain controller,the first dc name is DC and second is Mail,both of them is GC and the OS is Win 2003 server R2 sp1 I set the time of Mail and other clients by GP acording the time of DC: (net time \dc /set /y) I have some...

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  • Lost Global Catalogue

    My Windows 2003 PDC recently died but prior to this I had transfered the operations master roles including schema master to my BDC. I was convinced my BDC was a Global Catalogue server but didn't get a chance to check before my PDC died. This happened just before I went away for 2 weeks and I only...

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  • Specific site access issues with Java Runtime 6 through proxy

    I am a contractor new to this particular company. One of the departments in my production environment requires JRE to access a specific financial website through our proxy server. With 17 of 19 clients (WinXP SP2 fully patched), access is OK - no issues. With 2 of 19, the financial website...

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  • Windows XP System Hardening – Sysprep problem

    I'm currently going through a list of required security changes on one of our system that we use to create a master image to sysprep and clone to multiple target systems. I've made a large number of detailed changes to the system and now it appears that sysprep is unable to complete the mini setup...

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  • Windows 2000 Pro Stalls

    I have 3 machines with Widows 2000 Pro. They all work fine for about 20 minutes then stall out, the mouse moves but cant't click on anything and there is no keyboard input either. This stall condition lasts about 30 seconds then returns to normal and the keyboard and mouse work again for about 20...

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  • Remote Desktop with Wide Screens?

    I have been using PCA for years to remotely configure/support my clients One of my clients has several office PC's that he wants to use from home and PCA is just too slow for doing any type of real work. Trying RDP seemed like a possible solution. Note We converted his office last year to 21" wide...

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  • exchange configuration

    We have Windows 2003 Small Business Server R2 and Windows XP professional workstations. The director of the company would like to operate the following scenario He would like to send and receive his company emails as normal. He would like his PA to receive a copy of all of his emails He would also...

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  • Internet Explorer 6 closes window every time I open a new one

    Hi, Anyone seen this before? Every time I open a new browser window in IE6 running Windows XP Home Edition, the one that's open at the time is closed by the system, so only one browser window can be open at any given time. Regular windows work as they're supposed to I can open as many as I want...

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  • VPN & CISCO 2610 setup

    Hello Sir/Madam, I cannot access our VPN from the internet outside our organization. I am using Cisco 2610 Router with IOS v12.3. And i created the access-list for the inbound and outbound connections. I have mentioned the access-list below and also i mapped a static IP address with the VPN...

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  • simple remote administration

    hey y'all... is there a way to do the following remotely? change passwords create a share on a server hard drive I have the adminpak installed on my workstation which allows me to do it. I want to be able to do it from ANY computer on the network. I have Win2k3 servers only, and WinXP clients only....

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  • Running Syantec Antivirus on a Windows Domain Controller

    I am currently in the process of deploying Symantec AntiVirus Corporate edition in my Windows-based network. In the manual it states, Do not install the primary management server on the following: Miscrosoft Exchange Server, Web server, or programs that prevent you from restarting the computer at...

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  • R2

    does anyone know if windows server R2 is compatible with exchange 2003?

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  • Exchange mailbox be backed-up

    Can an individual exchange mailbox be backed-up using the in-built Windows 2000 server backup utility?

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  • Issues in Replying or Formawarding Email Messages

    We are currently doing an Exchange migration from 5.5 to 2003 Exchange Server. Two of the user mailboxes that we have just moved have suddenly have issues replying or forwarding emails with or w/o attachments. They received the following error messages: John xxx on 4/26/2007 4:02 PM The e-mail...

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  • Odd Network Controller!

    My HP Compaq nx6110 was stollen last month but recovered by the police last weekend. My hard disk had been sold, so I got new one, but on reinstalling the system, the ethernet network adapter - which used to run with the Broadcom 4400 10/100 Drivers on the Application Recovery DVD - doesn't install...

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  • SQL joins on encrypted data

    Hi - we are in the process of encrypting various pieces of sensitive information in our SQL 2000 tables. For many fields we are using Blowfish 448 encryption and a concern has arisen about inline SQL statements that contain joins in our ASP scripts. Are there any scenarios that you have run across...

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  • Business Desktop Deployment

    Hi all, I support a native xp\office 2003 enviroment with about 200 userrs and want to use BDD for deployment. I am currently using Ghost images but have about 25 images to cover hardware\builds etc and this is becoming time consuming, sluggish. BDD interested me because you can use a couple of...

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  • Qeuestion on Cache….

    As we know that every OS is going to get frequently used info into its cache and uses to bypass the speed difference between processor and RAM... is there any way to view the contents of L1 and L2 cache in Windows or Linux...

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  • Accessing SBS 2003 Sharepoint and RWW On LAN Without Joining The Domain.

    How can computers on a local network use Remote Web Workplace (RWW) and also access a sharepoint website via a browser or otherwise on SBS 2003 premium R2 on the same LAN without joining the domain on the SBS 2003 server? Reason is that company A is trying to have its own network for data and...

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  • Server – Directory Service

    We have 2 servers on our network. The one is a Windows 2003 Server, which is the primary domain controller. The other is a Windows 2000 Server, which is the ?other,? or secondary, domain controller. The Windows 2003 server pretty much handles everything for the most part, like DNS, DHCP, etc. The...

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