• Networking DHCP growth

    Okay, probably a simple question for a lot, but my experience has been more along the lines of many offices, with a typical setup of a border router (cisco, firewall (watchguard, new cisco ASA's, Windows 2003 server DC, exchange server, etc....) I have been doing this a while now and have been...

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  • Joining a win98 SE client to the domail???

    Hi, Really I forgot how can I join a client with the win98 OS to the win server 2003!!!??? Could you please help me!!!??? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Inplace Upgrade from Windows 2000 DC and AC server to Windows 2003

    I have a windows 2000 domain controller in a small network (30 workstations). This server is also running terminal services and it is the only DC in the domain. I need to do a inplace upgrade to windows 2003 standard edition. When I tried the upgrade, it seemed like everything was good, except that...

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  • odd NIC problem

    Howdy all... I have a win2k3 member server with 2 onboard Intel PRO lan connections. One is 100mb the other 1000mb. On the 100mb connection, I can set either a DHCP or Static TCP address and it works fine. On the 1000mb connection, it works fine on DHCP, but absolutely refuses to connect with a...

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  • Adding User to Domain

    I am trying to add a user to an existing domain. Currently her machine is set up as a workstation though she can access network things like the shared drives and internet. We have a program that we would like her to use but it requires her logging into the domain. I have gone to Control Panel,...

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  • Application connectivity, client to server

    Application: Companion EMR. I have a Toshiba Tablet that was working fine. Now it will not allow the client application to access the server portion. The server is on another network, in the 192.168.0.x, this laptop will not access the server unless it is in the same network, when in .2 or .4...

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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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  • 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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  • Sync windows time – Domain

    I am curious on how to sync all my workstations to me domain controller. I have read multiple sync-related articles on the net and I am becoming confused. I edited the registry on the DC in order to make it sync with some navy time clock instead of the windows time server. I then created a GPO for...

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  • Windows 2003 DNS oddity

    Hi all, I'm running Win2K3 on a LAN with a DSL connection to the internet. I've got the server set up to be the DHCP and DNS server for the network, forwarding internet requests to our service provider's DNS servers. This all works lovely, browsing the LAN and the Web, except for a handful of sites...

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  • Static IP on LAN

    Hi All, I have 2 machine running on 2003 and 1 on XP, All 3 machine connect to a router via switches which also also has ability to generate DNS. One of the 2K3 machine is main domain controller server. All is fine, but problem occurs when I assign a static IP to an another 2K3 machine for remote...

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  • Server Room setup

    I have 152 computers in a 4 story building, how many servers would i need.

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  • Windows DHCP problem.

    I think I may be mssing something simple, but here is my setup and problem. I have a Windows 2003 server w/active directory, DNS, and DHCP configured. The server is connected into a cheap D-Link switch. I have one Windows XP workstation also plugged into the switch. My goal is to have the server...

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  • MS 2003 FTP server-2

    Hi, I have several sites accessing applications to download them, like MS office or Antivirus Applications, from the main site. I would like to set up a MS 2003 FTP server in the main site and give authenticated access to remote sites accordingly. I would like to know if there is a way to limit the...

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  • MS 2003 FTP server

    Hi, I have several sites accessing applications to download them, like MS office or Antivirus Applications, from the main site. I would like to set up a MS 2003 FTP server in the main site and give authenticated access to remote sites accordingly. I would like to know if there is a way to limit the...

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  • 802.11 vs 802.16

    I have a small co. with a point to point wireless grid. I handle off site monitoring of gas nad oil flow. I have been overlaping my grid with new locations, and more to come. So I have been looking into new wireless Sys. I have made the choice to use All-In-One?360 Multi-Band/Multi-Mode Antenna...

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  • cisco 2811 with 2 fast ethernet ports and 4 vlans

    I need urgent help on this. I have a brand new cisco 2811 with 2 FE ports. The port f0/0 is connected to the internet and the f0/1 will be connected to the switch which has 4 vlans configured on it. I have no idea how to go about doing this. Can someone please help me with the configuration on the...

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  • Changing servers – GUID issues with Domain Name-2

    Hello all, Basically, we have an old windows 2000 small business server, which is running exchange, SQL, ISA and much more. So we are running out of space on a few of teh drives and considering that we are using RAID we cant just add a drive and repartition the C drive to get more space. So the...

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  • New 2003 install on the domain can’t see the network

    Long story short, a windows 2003 system died with a bad hard drive. Hard drive has been replaced and I am installing a fresh windows 2003 onto the system. Everything is updated and it joins the domain fine. The problem is I cannot see any other systems on our domain. I can do a \stampy from my...

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  • Changing servers – GUID issues with Domain Name

    Hello all, Basically, we have an old windows 2000 small business server, which is running exchange, SQL, ISA and much more. So we are running out of space on a few of teh drives and considering that we are using RAID we cant just add a drive and repartition the C drive to get more space. So the...

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