• Securing LAN Network

    Dear sir, I'm using Windows Server 2003 with a third party software install on it. Unfortunately this software become corrupt. Now I want to access my system to remote location using remote desktop feature. My question is that how I can secure my LAN network because whenever I tell remote user my...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Streams of Audio on a LAN

    What's the right way to set up a LAN where there are 8-12 constant streams of audio broadcasting/multi-casting? It seems like the streams are bogging down the network and WAP.

    Jimbobski5 pointsBadges:
  • LAN design – 2 sites

    I need to design a LAN for a company with 2 sites 20 miles apart. I am not sure whether to have servers on each site or as central on the network. And the two sites should connect (ATM,Frame Relay or ISDN) what's the best way to do this? Cost is not a problem.

    Kamweshi5 pointsBadges:
  • One PC on my Wireless LAN cannot connect to internet

    I have a wireless LAN using ADSL. I have connected five PCs with no problem but there is one (Vista) laptop that connects fine to the router but the 'network map' in the 'network and sharing center' shows a red cross between the router and the internet. Windows troubleshooter doesn't fix the...

    Bellissimmo5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP for non LAN clients

    I am tring to learn about FTP. I would like to setup a computer with and FTP using IIS, so someone can download or upload file. How do I do this for non LAN clients?

    Mk198315 pointsBadges:
  • Connect LAN to WAN

    A company has 50 computers and 5 servers’ Dells with graphics design separated in three different floors VLAN has been used to separate 4 different departments, which WAN technology is the best to connect the company to the internet and stuff can connect to the company server from home. That is...

    Mahmood795 pointsBadges:
  • LAN Design of 120 computers

    I need solution on the best possible way to implement a simple design of a local area network of 120 computers.

    chiboy15 pointsBadges:
  • Newbie seeks help setting up and configuring Windows Server 2003

    I'm Windows user, my office have 6 staff ( maximum are using XP SP2 OS) and I would like to get information about the set up of server 2003. I have server and it is not configured for log in to it, I have connect server into network. yes they can connect server as usual they connect in LAN to other...

    Ayesh25 pointsBadges:
  • Cloning my dual boot Ubuntu/Mac PC to another

    HI, I have some computers which dual boots Ubuntu and Mac. I need to do the same in around 20 PCs again! How can I do using less resources and time? (All PCs are of the same configuration). All computers can be connected via LAN. I think Norton Ghost is not a solution.

    Jibin405 pointsBadges:
  • Changing Local Password using GPO

    I administered 100 computers and I want to change the local administrator password for all computers using GPO and I'm using Windows Server 2003 R2 standard edition. Please help if anyone knows how to do it. Thanks in advance.

    Hackersmikejesus5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 certificates and Outlook web access

    When I set up Exchange 2007 Enterprise edition i also deployed an edge server. i opened for web access so that users could log on to webmail. They all received that self signed certificate error so I purchased a certificate through Thawte. This was "locked" to the name "webmail.domain.com". The...

    ITKE351,865 pointsBadges:
  • How should I upgrade my network infrastructure?

    I am now upgrading the network infrastructure of my office and I have 10-15 computers. Now what I want to do is to connect to the Internet with a wireless or wired Ethernet connection and connect the Microsoft workgroup sharing with another wired Ethernet. Is it possible to connect a LAN connection...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting Wireless broadband to LAN

    How do I connect my wireless broadband network (ISP) to LAN i.e. wireless LAN so I can use it for all my home PC/Laptop?

    ITDesk5 pointsBadges:
  • How do you find the IP address of a switch in a LAN from a PC

    How do you find the IP address of a switch in a LAN from a PC if you're not the network administrator but as a user of the PC in the LAN?

    CiscoX10 pointsBadges:
  • Internet with two ISP in Suse Linux 10.3

    Hi, I have two ISP for internet in SUSE Linux 10.3, the target is to provide redundancy and improve the bandwidth 512 KB x 2. I have three network card, two for the ISP and one for the LAN, my question is the follow: What is the procedure to configure the two target from the ISPs to get the...

    Yreal10 pointsBadges:
  • Reviewing an IT computer network

    How do I review the design and installation plan for a local area network computer network?

    Godfreyseth10 pointsBadges:
  • Having some issues with homegroup sharing… unable to stop “currently sharing libraries on this computer”

    I have two win 7 computers connecting via a lan cable for gaming. one has no problems connecting to the network but the other is stuck with a notice saying "Homegroup is currently sharing libraries on this computer. Some homegroup options will be unavailable until sharing completes. Please don't...

    OOGihstriioO5 pointsBadges:
  • CAN we use DAS as NAS?

    Hello guys... Suppose, I am using a server with Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and that server is connected to a small sized Local Area Network (LAN). Now if clients from the network use the storage space attached to server for back up purpose then logically can we call it as NAS (Network Attached...

    CuriousKingfisher25 pointsBadges:
  • Store information from other computers through LAN in Oracle 10g

    How can I store information from other computers connected by LAN in Oracle 10g? For example: The datetime of a computer.

    PREETYSUMAN5 pointsBadges:
  • Deciding between multicasting vs. broadcasting in LAN

    Would anyone know if there's an advantage to using a multicast group for sending messages (instead of broadcasting them to a specific port)? When it's broadcasting, computers that don't want the messages actually still receive them. Does that affect their performance / traffic? Don't the computers...

    ITKE351,865 pointsBadges:

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