• Windows 2000 / 2003 Server Log Management

    Hi All, I am an IT Security Administrator of my company. i need to audit more than 100 Windows servers for systems logs, event logs , anti virus server logs almost every month. I am looking out for automated tools that can help me make my work easier. A product with a good reporting tool will be...

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  • how can an application disable/enable a user account in active directory??

    How can a fingerprint reader be used to disable/enable a user account?? Could I use a VBscript to do this?

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  • HTTP File upload/post Blocking

    In this ever expanding world of network security I am seeking a software or appliance to block HTTP file uploads or post. The problem in a nutshell is I cannot block all of the HTML based Email providers. I also cannot block all of the web sites that support HTTP file posting. I am seeking a...

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  • windows network file sharing and authentication ports

    I have a requirement for remote users (non-member windows clients) connected via a MPLS network to connect a network file share. I would like to know which ports I need to open on the firewall for filesharing and active directory authentication? Also I am going to be using the destination ip...

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  • Prefferred Anti Virus Program?

    Hi All, Can i get any suggestions on what you consider being the BEST Anti virus software with not much hassles! The 2 i`m most interested in is Norton and Mcafee? Any 3rd party app will also be greatly appreciated! I had Norton 2005 Internet Security on my PC,1.7GHZ AMD,Win XP SP2, 384MG RAM and...

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  • Best Practice for assigning IP address of inward-facing router port?

    I have a very standard setup for my company - a Cisco router facing the Internet, connected to a Firewall appliance with 2 zones, one a DMZ and the other an internal network. My question is what IP address do I give my inner facing port on my router - a routable or non-routable one? If routable, I...

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  • Windows 2000 Active Directory customizer

    I am working on a Windows 2000 Active Directory and am trying to achieve the following: 1. Users are not allowed to logon to more than 1 PC 2. The PCs must autoshutdown after some idle time, even during logoff 3. Keep track of each user's login duration 4. All logon accounts should be disabled on...

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  • Outlook client can’t access MS-Exchange Server over IPSec

    Hi There, I have a strange problem in a customer. He connects their laptops over IPSec into the corporate LAN and the firewall/VPN server assigns IP addresses from the IPSec Address Pool (different from LAN subnet). There are some Packet Filter rules on the firewall that allow traffic from this...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design and computer science and I'm wondering if ECPI or any...

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  • CCNA Prospects

    Dear All, i'm working with wipro infotech as a technical representative since oct 2003, i have done CCNA, can you please tell me which kind of profile i can get and what should i do further so that i can become a network administrator of a big network(routers and switches). Warm regards

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  • Linux Web Server

    I've inherited this Network that is comprise of a mixed Windows and Linux Servers. The Webserver is Linux based, which is on a DMZ. Lately, this Linux based Web Server is hanging and I am unable to reboot it the proper way. My question is, when the Linux Webserver hangs the internet connection for...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad-2

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design, internet security and computer science and I'm wondering...

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  • has anyone had issues with appliances getting cracked?

    We have a mcafee anti-virus and anti-spam appliance. We used it as out internet email presence and as a web proxy. All email comes in thru it and all web traffic from our internal web proxy went thru it. The web proxy is limited to less than half of the internet bandwidth. It is behind stateful...

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  • Pix Firewall and Proxy Server

    I need to allow only one IP address (the one for proxy server) to browse through Pix firewall to Internet. What will be the commands in PIX firewall to block the traffic to Internet from all the network 10.2.1.x but only allow 10.2.1.10 (Proxy server). All other computers will use proxy server...

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  • Disable ‘Always On’ Firewall Option Cisco VPN Client / 3000 Series Concentrator

    Hi, A network engineer that left our company enabled the Always On Firewall option on our Cisco VPN 3000 Series Concentrator and I don't know how to disable it? What I actually want to do is setup a specific group that has is disabled, and leave the other existing groups with the option set....

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  • Windows 2000 Server logs

    Hi All, Basically i want to monitor all the activities of my administrators. Is there any way I can find out all the activities on a Windows 2000 Server eg:- success / failure logs ,which users had logged on to a server , user creation time ,service stopped at what time, what scripts have been...

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  • Remote Desktop outbound connection fails

    I have an ISA Server 2000 and Windows 2000 Small Business Server Edition. I can connect to a external (Internet) Terminal Server from the ISA firewall computer, but I can not connect from the internal Workstations, which have the Firewall Client installed. I already enabled the RDP (Terminal...

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  • problems with wireless connection on firewall

    Hi, I have a "firewall"-box configured as NAT-router/firewall/transparent proxy which makes a connection to the internet with a WLAN card (to a hotspot). In fact for the moment it's a Kerio Winroute firewall on a Wintel box. So the "firewall"-box has actually 2 interfaces. One wired (connected to...

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  • Can connect by VPN but cannot ping internal addresses

    My director and I have set up a SmoothWall firewall with SmoothTunnel VPN in our office. We have created L2TP road warrior connections for our Win XP clients at home and we can both successfully connect via our individual VPN tunnels. However, whereas I can ping the decimal addresses of the...

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  • Accessing MS Exchange Server on DMZ zone of Cisco Pix 515E as local server

    Hi, We currently have a MS Small Business Server 2000 (of which Exchange Server is a part) configured on the LAN behind a firewall and use POP3 Connector of MS Exchange to retrieve external mails. Our users connect to the MS Exchange Server within the LAN without requiring to connect to the...

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