• How can I stop spoofed email with Lotus Domino 5 without enabling reverse DNS

    On a Domino 5.010 smtp gateway, who send to internet  from x.x@domain.com and receive from internet to x.x@domain.com, how configure anti spoofing  (users from domain.com oganization receive mail from their own domain  ...@domain .com), of course withour using reverse DNS. thanks.

    Marka755 pointsBadges:
  • Internet Problem in IE alone

    Internet Explorer is not opening the website, But Firefox does. Why? I have checked Internet connectivity is fine. There is no Proxy Setting enabled on Tools->Option and LAN Settings IE. I did reset IE default settings. To the extent, i did reset Winsock to see Internet work on IE. But still not...

    Venkatesh8195 pointsBadges:
  • How to copy Active Directory users from one server to another server

    Hi , We have currently ADS with Exchange 2000, I would like to copy the ADs users from one server to another server. Thanks & regards Malebold

    Malebold0 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create a new pointer record for WINS and DNS?

    We have an old NT server "server A" we want to decommission. It has a lot of files and folders that most of the company uses on a daily basis, plus links and shortcuts the users have created on their desktops pointing to it. The data is going to be moved to the new "server B" using the same file...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Mastering the Hype Cycle from Gartner, Inc.

    According to Gartner's 2010 Hype Cycle Report, cloud computing has reached the peak of its hype cycle. This supposedly means that these technologies are heading toward the mainstream, but first is a period of disillusionment for those whose experience didn't match up with their expectations created...

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  • How do I setup a secondary DNS server on Windows Server 2003?

    How do I setup a secondary DNS server on Windows server 2003? We have an AD integrated DNS zone and want a secondary DNS server as a backup. Please describe the processes necessary to get this going. Thanks!

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Can my home PC connect to my server?

    Let's say I have a server with a public IP address and its physically located close to me, e.g., in my town. I access this server from my home PC through the internet. Is there a way to ensure that after the initial stages of connectivity (DNS lookup etc), my home PC can connect to this server and...

    AdonVai5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory Migration issue

    I need to migrate users from a child domain in one forest to a child domain in a second forest. The issue is that the forest root domains are named identically. For sake of simplicity lets call the source domain xyz.group.local and the target domain abc.group.local. I created a WINS relationship so...

    Rayz5 pointsBadges:
  • How organizations deal with network design for disaster recovery

    I am looking for some information about how organizations deal with network design for disaster recovery. Specifically, my issue is about DNS domains, and whether to have a single network with a redundant warm site in a single domain shared by production processing, requiring unique IP addresses...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Question

    It is my understanding that DNS simply maps a domain name into an IP address.  I realize that there is a lot more involved behind the scenes and there is other functionality, and perhaps some of that will explain what I am seeing. If I enter the address http://volokh.com/ into a web browser, it...

    JPMcGrath15 pointsBadges:
  • DNS hosts file

    Does there exist a hosts.txt file for TLD or Root name servers in our system using Windows or Linux?

    EnigmaticKishore0 pointsBadges:
  • I want to create a stub zone of some xxx.com (domain) in yyy.com (domain)

    I want to create a stub zone of some xxx.com (domain) in yyy.com (domain)

    Mohan28k20 pointsBadges:
  • Dropping DNS Entries

    Hi. We run a Windows 2000 domain. All of a sudden, DNS entries are dropping like flies. We increased our scavening times, but this has not helped. We checked our logs, but could not find anything significant. Any suggestions on a tool to use or something else we can monitor? Thanks!

    Lmssadler5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS forwarding working but website not opening in browser

    Hi all, I have enabled forwarding on my DNS servers. The DNS servers are successfully forwarding all the queries to an ISP server. When I use nslookup on the clients workstation, it is resolving all the sites but the websites are not opening on my browser. I can't understand what is the problem....

    Mohit04130 pointsBadges:
  • Point of Sale Disaster Recovery setup

    Hello all. I have a situation where our business needs to come up with a DR solution for our stores' registers. The company does its own transaction processing and uses a VIP to loadbalance connections from the registers. In the register, there is a file that points the register to the VIP address....

    rondorondorondo5 pointsBadges:
  • AD DHCP leases and renamed computers not be cleaned up.

    We currently rely on DHCP to update DNS.(Note: DNS Scavenging isn't enabled b/c it has removed needed records in the past)..... We often run into problems where renamed computers have their old computer name record remain in dns b/c the lease never actually expired. This creates tons of orphaned...

    EastCoastGuy245 pointsBadges:
  • Intemittent ping timout

    We are getting intermittent ping timeouts (Request Timed Out / Destination host unreacheable) from most of the client workstations that are connecting to an exchange server 5.5 running on W2K server. There are about sixty users on the LAN and 20 others that are coming through the VPN link via a...

    Dechamp0 pointsBadges:
  • Routing & Remote Access – VPN

    Hello all, I set up a VPN here at the office about 6-12 months ago and everything was working just fine. The other day some wierd stuff happened, It looks to me like a hacker was involved. The firewall had been killed (DOS attack) and some wierd event log enties were found. But anyway we got...

    Adambeazley0 pointsBadges:
  • DNS lookup query

    Good morning,We have observed some unexpected behavior on our DNS server. Looking at the logs it appears to be sending a DNS query to a remote server that is not listed a forwarder in its configuration. The IP and domain lookup in question appear to be related to malware and they are being blocked,...

    gdf19035 pointsBadges:
  • Networking

    I have a question regarding domain identification of a computer. How does the domain determine the operating system of a computer on its network. Does it use the Registry or some other method?

    Bubbagump0 pointsBadges:

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