• DNS Transfer from win2000 to win2003

    Hi I have a DC with win2000 server. This DC has got DNS installed which is active directory integrated. This is only DNS on my network and is vital to the client authentication. I am currently on the process of upgrading to Win 2003 server. I have got a new server which I have installed win2003...

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  • Network Login Via VPN Problems

    OS: Windows 2000 server w/AD VPN: Microsoft VPN client authenticating against firewall Desktop: Windows XP Pro (have also tried with Windows 2000 Pro) I have set up a VPN account for a user. The VPN authenticates against the firewall (WatchGuard), then the user needs to login to the network using...

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  • URGENT PROBLEM – ENABLING INTERNET ACESS THRU VARIOUS SUBNETS IN A WAN CONFIGURATION

    Hello All, I have a problem currently with my current WAN setup accessing the internet.Pls help! Configuration: 4 locations connected via ADSL Leased Circuits in a WAN Setup Internet Access via cable modem connected to Netgear wireless router in 10.10.10.0 subnet NO DHCP Server running in WAN HQ...

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  • Network Resource Allocation cum Planning cum Technical Problem

    This is the real commercial problem face by my company. Well, the reason I ask this problem is I salute and respect all of you as I believe all of you are as good as network solution company out there, or even better!! Lets me rephrase the entire problem again. Company expand so fast that the IT...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure-2

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • how do I find the range of IPs belonging to a domain

    There are some sites we need to block and it is more efficient to block the entire IP range that belongs to a DNS domain than to try to find each individual web server. One example is myspace.com. Their web sites are spread over several class C ranges. I know there was a way to find the ranges used...

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  • continue carreer

    Which one of this two has the hihgest rating pay salary and the most demanding jobs, Getting a Bachelor degree in information technology or getting a bachelor degree in networking engineering?

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  • End Program – explorer.exe

    From the last few days I am facing this problem. When I shut down my Win 2000 Server(SP4) at the end of the day the end program-exlorer.exe dialog box comes up twice and it shuts down only after I click on the 2 end now buttons. Both end program dialog boxes are same and comes one after another....

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  • End Program – explorer.exe-2

    From last few days I am facing this problem. When I shut down my Win 2000 Server(SP4) at the end of the day the end program-exlorer.exe dialog box comes up twice and it shuts down only after I click on the 2 end now buttons. Both end program dialog boxes are same and comes one after another. The...

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  • static ip is in the spam list

    HELLO ALL, My static ip is in the spam list. What should I do? Thanks a lot

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  • Can this be a hardware problem?

    There's this PC which reliably connects to the internet via the network, but does not reliably connect to the network itself. IPCONFIG /RELEASE, then /RENEW and /ALL indicate that the setup is correct. The cable disconnected icon never appears, but I tried a different cable anyway. I found I could...

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  • Possible DNS related issue – Sporadic problem – Clients cannot access some internal resources

    This issue is driving me up the wall and Microsoft has yet to get back to me with anything. I'm running a basic network of 12 servers (all HP DL380's running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise) and 80 workstations (all HP d530's running Windows XP Pro SP2). Workstations are on a different segment than...

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  • email assessibility

    A user is working from home for the next few weks. they would like their emails forwarded to their home email account. how can i do this. we have implemented exchange server 2000 back in the office and this user has an exchange mail account on the network. I need to know how do perform this task as...

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  • Domain Backup

    Hello, I had this problem, my domain was deactivated last week. Due to some billing conflict, but it's now back to full operational. However, my boss asked me if I could make a back up plan for the domain. So my question is, will a dual domain pointing to the same DNS server is ok? Like domain1.com...

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  • AD Migration or Domain Split?

    We currently have a customer with a single Windows 2000 Active Directory forest and a single domain that contains approx 2000 users spread across several geographically disburse locations worldwide. All locations have a domain controller located locally. We also have Exchange 2003 deployed. The...

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  • re network

    hi i have two pc connected with a crossover cable. ip 128.102.126.71 and 128.102.126.72 and same subnet mask for both.the problem is when ping one pc with both ip i got the reply and when ping the other with the second ip i could not received the reply. i am sure that crossover cable am using is...

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  • Radius

    hello .. and Good day .. i'm new radius servers user , and really need guide and advice on what & where is the best way to start building my knlowdge on radius and where to go after that ? thank you in advance

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  • IPSec VPN Connection

    Hi All, Let me explain my situation: Currently I am making use a PTPP VPN to connect to certain remote sites connected via dialup using VNC to access desktops for support issues. To do this I'm making use of dyndns dynamic ip service which allows me to map a hostname e.g. remotesite.dyndns.org to a...

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  • How can I route ip1:port1 to ip2:port2 within windows

    Hi, are there any standard tools in windows to setup a route from ip1:port1 to ip2:port2? So if I call ip1:port1 I end up calling ip2:port2. I looked at netsh and found something that could be the solution (portmapping under routing - ip - nat), but can't figure out how to setup the whole thing....

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  • Reg. POP3 Service….

    Hii Everybody, I have installed Active dir. with win server 2003 and Exchange server, in my home PC for practice purpose using loopback adaptor.... My problem is that using microsoft webmail i am able to send and receive the mails, but using Outlook express i can not..... i checked POP3 and SMTP...

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