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    how to take backup of win2003server in domain enviornment

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    Hello,              Recently i am working stoarge domain.  Our application creates stubs of Host data. Would please tell me what is the need of this stubs and what are the valid cases should test the stubs are working.   Thanks, Bib

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    What is file server storage level? What is domain level?

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  • COM+ printing across untrusted domains

    I have a COM+ application that needs to send a document to a printer on a different domain (that is not set up as trusted). I have installed the printer, with the username on that domain on the Windows 2003 server, under a user on the local domain with the same username and password. I can print...

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  • how to configure domain

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  • Domain name

    Once you have switched for a domain to a workgroup, is it possible to find the previous domain name on the computer still? It is a Windows xp pro system.

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  • Adding local admin rights to a new computer when user has access on all other comps on the domain

    Hello All, Thanks for taking the time to help me with my problems as i am almost finish. I have two things left to accomplish for now and maybe a few more in the near future. My friends company had a Tech that recently passed away and I am trying to help him out with his business. I have done this...

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  • I need to know the risks of implementing a mac into a windows domain environment.

    I need to know the risks of implementing a mac into a windows domain environment.

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  • Domain creation

    we have a private LAN where all computers are on a work group,but now i want to make a domain in my LAN and also want to connect the computers to it,so what can i do to accomplish this please give me the steps breifly?

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  • browsing of website

    I have created a web site named mail.org with ip 1.1. And one more web site named infoweb.org IP 1.2. In infoweb.org, I have given link of Mail.org. The both site are installed in DC. Now users are accessing mail.org by giving name in IE and as well as through the link in infoweb.org. But where as,...

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  • Domain Name to ISP

    How do I identify the ISP for a given website/domain name?

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  • Domain and host name

    How do I find my domain and host name? I'm trying to reconfigure my router and it gets stuck on the page.

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  • Is there an easy way to revert a user from domain login with roaming profile/offline files back to local profile on the PC?

    I have a Windows 2003 network with XP clients (SP2 and a few SP3). I was asked last spring (08) to migrate users from local profiles to a domain (roaming?) profile using offline files to mantain synchronization to the network. Now the higher up has one person bending his ear with how he liked...

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  • Internal LAN domain on Speedtouch 716

    Hi Does anyone know how to alter the internal .lan suffix on my speedtouch router? Not only the device itself is reachable with speedtouch.lan but also all DHCP devices receive a .lan suffix. I want to set up an internal domain name. Any help much appreciated!

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  • Exchange 2007 deployment in multiple sub-domains

    i have successfully deployed two exchange 2007 servers in my organization for two child domains child1.domain.local & child2.domain.local. i have configured send connector for both the exchange 2007 servers childex1 & childex2 and was able to send and receive mails from external mails to both the...

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  • Impact on Exchange 2007 SP1 when you run ForestPrep and Domain Prep to install additional Windows 2008 DC

    I work for an organization ,where active directory is windows 2003 with windows 2003 forest functional level and windows 2003 domain functional level . I have exchange 2007 sp1 running on windows 2003 R2 Enterprise edition with SP2. I'm in the process of introducing 2008 domain controller to...

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  • moving objects between domains

    how can i moving objects between domains

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  • Create domain tree

    I have two domains connected to the internet. Both are local (domA.cocal, domB.local), with exchange server and DNS. Both servers have 10 users ( login to the domain, using mail server). The servers can reach each other through VPN. I need to create a domain tree that i could share the users...

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  • How to connect forests

    hi! i am student for mcse 2003 i am using VmWare6 (vitualization software) . i install the two win2k3 ent.server both containg diff. forest and domain i.e. server1 name: w2k31 forest: systech.com ip 192.168.12.1/24 server2 name: w2k32 forest : shri.com ip 192.168.15.1/24 CAN U TELL ME HOW SHOULD I...

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  • Can the FQDN name of the AD server and the external/internal webserver be of same name?

    Hi can the fqdn name of the AD server and the external/internal webserver be of same name example fqdn of ad server srv1.example.com and web server example.com is this naming correct if the internal users ping example.com will it look at web server or AD is there any way of installing both web...

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