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    Hello, my company is on Netware 5.1 and we are planning to remove netware entirely and move to Microsoft Server 2003. We have two sites: One in LA and one in SLC. There is connectivity between the two and both are on separate subnets. Out goal is to put the company on a domain. Right now in SLC...

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  • Windows 2012 DHCP issue

    I had migrated from Windows 2008 server to Windows 2012 server recently. Windows 2008 server was the DHCP server and I transferred the same to new 2012 server. But 2012 server was not leasing the IP's. I then noticed the events like 1046 and 1056 in 2012 server and gave DNS credentials commands. I...

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  • LAN connectivity problem with Compaq notebook

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  • Drive letter issue in 2003 terminal server application

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  • VLAN basics step by step

    Currently have a Windows 2003 environment using DHCP with Cisco switches in a single subnet with no VLANs. I want to take the Layer 3 switch and Layer 2 switches and configure it all with 4 VLANs. (Servers, users, printers, guests). My users will need to access the servers (file, e-mail, etc..) so...

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  • What is the command in CentOS 5.0 to configure DNS?

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  • Multiple DHCP Scopes for multiple VLANS

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  • Chaning subnet scope in DHCP for wireless connections

    Hi, How can I make that users on the wireless network gets a different subnet scope 10.0.3.x/24 while people who have wired connections gets 10.0.1.x/24 addresses currently all clients and routers are on the same switch and has same gateway and all of them in the same subnet scope 10.0.1.1-255/24

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