• How to Setup an Enterprise Network on Windows Environment???

    I wanted to learn how to manage an Enterprise Network. Can I please get a Step by step instruction on how to setup an Enterprise Network on Windows considering Active Directories Sites and Services and DNS Sites and how to start and build this Enterprise Network so I can learn how to manage it?...

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  • I want to Install a web server and register DNS

    Hi,I am going to deploy MS Web server in my organization, I want to perches a new server for web server and Internet connection. Please guide me which server and Internet connection are recommended now days?

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  • Problem:The client could not connect to the remote computer

    When connecting to the application server several times it gives an error as in the subject and then after a few trials it goes through. Intermittent failures on connection. when trying to join domain i failed with errors indicating that DNS was not resolving the domain name. Or Domain name server...

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  • DNS Protocol

    In the DNS protocol, an application that accepts either a dotted-decimal IP address or a hostname should assume the former, and if that fails, then assume a hostname. What happens if the order of the tests is reversed?

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  • Setting up a home based website

    I was wondering if anyone had instructions on configuring the nameservers if I am running a server from home. My website is available port 80 with apache tomcat and i have a mysql database setup. Now that I bought the domain names I need to configure the nameservers so that when a request is made...

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  • MX Record & Emails

    An MX record is looked-up if an email is being sent to (someone@mydomain.com) but if it directly sent to the mail server (someone@mail.mydomain.com) in this case only the A record it looked-up. Is this true? In the latter case, emails are being sent directly to the mail server&any spam filtering...

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  • Backup Controller (Win2k3, AD) not operating as needed

    Hi there, I run a dedicated Win2k3 Active Directory server, which is running just fine. I run a backup Win2k3 AD server as well. When I turn off my primary, the backup should sub in, and direct individuals to my Exchange server, etc. But it's not. I know it's handling DNS queries fine, even when...

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  • DNS server resolves 2 port card incorrectly

    We recently installed a new partition with a 2 port ethernet card. Each port has its own IP address and connections through the network work fine. The problem is that both ports are known to the DNS servers by the one system name so when a DNS name lookup occurs, some users are directed to one port...

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  • Group Policy problems

    Hi all, I have a server 2003 which works as a file and backup server and DNS for about 30 computers. for some reason i have lost all privileges. when i try to share a folder for a specific user. I cannot, in the location to search for users it doesnt show my DC it only shows my local computer. also...

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  • Requesting Help with Network Connection Problems (W2k3 R2)

    I have a 30-user average office network running on a Windows Server 2003 R2 server. The server is running AD, DNS, DHCP and WINS on a single box running as the domain controller. (In the future I plan to add a second domain controller to reduce the number of single points of failure.) This is a...

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  • routers

    sir we are connecting our server through leasedline . one branch office connection is fast,but another area is slow, but two offices having same broadband connection of leased line.but one is dhcp enaled another is not installed dhcp pls give me the tips

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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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  • Adding an additional DC to an Existing domain

    Hi Prior to installing AD - need to run some perquisites checks: I am referring to: http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/b96e3f0a-bf98-4a80-8718-dd80dc1071fd1033.mspx?mfr=true in point 8) Verify the availability of the operations masters In it, Microsoft recommend running: dcdiag...

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  • Host company website inhouse

    Our company would like to host our website inhouse as opposed to paying a company for hosting. When attempting to change the domain's nameservers at the registrar it says that the nameservers do not exist. Am I running the "wrong" kind of nameservers to accomplish this task?

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  • BIND Forward Lookup Zones?

    Our company is directly connect to a partner but have seperate LANs, DNS, etc. and are seperated by a firewall. Our company NATs our addresses to them and they NAT their addresses to us. Both companies access each others resources (intranet mainly). They use one.com for resolution of our translated...

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  • Semi-Mobile Users

    I am having an issue with setting up a proxy on our semi-mobile users. When they are working on their laptop in the office they are required to go through our proxy server to access the internet. When they go home the proxy must be disabled to access the internet from there. Is there any way of...

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  • ipconfig

    why do we use ipconfig/dnsflush

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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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  • Can’t get DHCP to give addresses

    For the life of me can't seem to setup my server. I have 2 Nics for extra security and what is recommended for Remote Access. This worked with SBS but I just installed windows 2003 server and want to setup remote access server and exchange 2007 I have the external card: IP

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  • Domain Computers Disappear from View

    I have a network of about 25 computers using a Windows Server 2003 as a domain controller. I have a VPN for users to work from home. When a remote user logs in through the VPN, the only computer visible in the domain is that remote computer. I can reach any network computer by doing the...

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