• Monitoring and Denying IP addresses assignment in Windows 2000 Domain

    Hi members, Currently our network is about 400+computers and a bunch of servers. We have managed and unmanaged switches. We are an hotel. Recently we have noted some rogue computers in our DHCP server lease list. We are looking for a way/software that can monitor dhcp assignments to computers, and...

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  • ASP .NET SQL Statement

    Thanks to SheldonLinker my earlier question has been answered. I continue to have 1 issuse and it is with my conditional SQL statement. I'm thinking someone will be able to correct this very easily. Here's the statement: If ("SELECT DataID FROM table1") = UserID Then Update Else Insert End If I...

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  • Branch office logon

    Is there a configuration that would allow branch office users to logon when the branch's domain controller is unavailable without adding a second domain controller at the branch? Single domain, Windows 2003. Thanks in advance.

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  • Lotus Domino Database Structure

    Hi I am trying to map a Lotus Domino Database into tables. Is is true that Views are like tables and documents are like rows in the view? Is this the right way to do it? If not, please could you explain how to do the mapping? Thank you in advance Mirkia Sadler

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  • DST – Server 2000

    Hi all - Well I just realized that this is happening in 2 weeks and well - I'm so not ready. I have all the patches ready to be installed on the 2003 servers we have, but the 2000 server/adv servers have me a little stumped. Everything I have seen so far seems to indicate that a manual update to...

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  • how to change the local admin password in a domain within ou for 180 pc

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  • Properly Revamping my DNS Service

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  • Terminal server licensing problem

    Hi, We recently activated TS license server and installed win2003 unlimited CAL on one of our domain controller. Activation and installation was successful. But 1. When I run the TS license manager on the domain controller (license server) itself, I get an error message "No terminal server license...

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  • net time

    I am trying to apply a group policy to have all clients in the domain to point to the DC for net time sync. I tried making a timesync.vbs file with the command 'net time /set \server1' and applied the script to the startup area, but that did not work. I tried a few other things, but what I have...

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  • Copy file from windows to iSeries Optical Library using navigator

    We have a network folder on our Windows workstation that contains word documents that we backup yearly. I have created a bat file to copy out just the 2006 files and put them in individual monthly folders (Jan2006, Feb2006, etc.). I would like to copy these folders to our optical library...

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  • Logon to network only works after a cold boot.

    I'm wondering what would cause a person's network logon to fail consistently after a reboot but succeed after a cold boot. This person's computer locks up frequently, and it apparently is due to a hardware problem. The computer will be replaced, so my question is not about the lockup. However, when...

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  • Renaming a machine without unjoining and rejoining the domain?

    Is there a way to rename a Windows XP machine without unjoining the domain (joining a workgroup) then rejoining the domain?

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  • Keyboard quick keys stop working in Terminal Services.

    A friend of mine got a problem with keyboard quick keys that stops working after a while. These buttons are not programmed with anything other than standard commands (no scripts etc). Using 2003R2 terminal server with Nexterminal thin clients. Anyone who can point us in the right direction?

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  • Windows Server 2000 domain

    Briefly, how would you go about adding a new Windows XP Pro PC & User onto a Windows Server 2000 domain?

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  • Windows 2003 Server Crashing

    I have a Windows Server running Exchange 2003. Over the weekend the server must have crashed. I was able to reinstall Windows 2k3. But when I installed SP 1 and the patches, the server crashed again. I reinstalled Windows over C: and installed SP1 for Windows. On restart the server crashed again....

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  • Blocking access to local Drive Win XP Server 2003 GPO

    I recently found a way to access a local drive that is supposed to be hidden using group policy. I configured the policy to block the c: drive which works great - the drive is not listed in any program or my computer. The issue is this. If I open Notepad, Word, or most any application and choose...

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  • cannot add/remove programs , cannot browse network.

    windows xp home edition cannot use add remove programs cannot use network neighbourhood I am fixing a friends computer and someone locked the administrative account and all accounts so you cannot uninstall programs or browse the network. I am guessing they edited the registry but i am at a loss as...

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  • Exchange 2003 stops responding after DC goes down

    Hello All, Not sure why this is happening and was wondering if you could shed some light on this subject. Scenario: We have a Windows 2K3 R2 native single domain with 2 DCs. Exchange 2003 Ent Ed SP2 DC1 - holds all FRSO roles DC2 - Global Catalog Our Exchange 2003 server is set to auto detect the...

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  • SQL 2005 Restore

    Hello, Yesterday at 1400 I started a restore of a very small database. It is now 0745 on the next day and it is still in the RESTORING state. It can't take this long. Does anyone know what I can do??? I need to get this database back up, even if it is the version before the restore. Any help ASAP...

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  • Windows XP Policies..

    I have a problem with users copying files from their local workstation to a USB memory stick, floppys and at times burn CDs with company files. Is there any way I can deny access to these peripherals? Currently, the users are not administrators of their local machines and are just users.

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