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    Hi, I wana have a remoute access connection from my XP pro sp2 client to my W2k server sp4,how can I configure them? Could you please help me? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Configuring MS Exchange error

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  • Reg. POP3 Service….

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    I have two users that when you map a server drive, it don't stay mapped. If the user logs off, in order to use the RMS software he must remap the server drive. The "Reconnect at login" box is checked. Other users on this same work station have no problems at all. It is not work station specific....

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  • Logging the user logons….

    Hi, Is there a way to log the users logons(date and time)on every computers from the server or my computer?is there any policy or command or scrip for doing it? Thank you so much. -------- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Microsoft exchange 2003

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  • Remote Control

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  • Fixing violation errors found with CHKOBJITG

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    Does anybody know of a way to search our Active Directory to see what users are part of the Domain Admins Group. If so, what software and where do I get it. Thanks

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    This is what we're doing: We connect via PPTP to other networks (our clients'). Once we've connected thru' the tunnel, we then launch Remote Desktop Connection to connect and log in to the remote computer. The thing is, we connect to these remote pc's by typing the IP address of the remote...

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  • Terminal server installed on a WIndows 2000 DC – GPO question

    I have a Windows 2000 Domain controller with Terminal Server installed on it. I understand that running TS on a DC is not recommended, but I have to use what I have available. My question is how do I lockdown a user with a GPO when they log on remotely and not when they log in over the LAN. I would...

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  • Windows 2000 to Windows 2003 migration using ADMT

    I have a single domain network that I run with only one computer running AD on Windows 2000 server sp4. Unfortunately the hard drive is dying and I am setting up our new PDC on a Windows 2003 server in a new forest and was hoping to use admt to migrate the user accounts with SID's over to the new...

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  • Terminal Services Vs RDP

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  • Random Unresponsive & Slow WIN2K Server

    I have a Windows 2000 Server SP4 that all of a sudden started becoming slow and unresponsive to client's share access/logon requests randomly (once a month or every 2-3 weeks). If I reboot the server it's fine until the next time. I suspected the problem to be a leak in lsass.exe. So I ran the...

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  • Outlook Express Compacting

    Hi All, I have a peculire problem here, I am using outlook express to access our emails, A while before one of my colleage complained that the emails for last three months are removed from deleted folder of outlook express after the system finished the compacting folders ??? I checked the...

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  • Limiting User rights to SQL Server from Web Service

    Hi folks I am in the early days of developing an app that has (I think) some unusual security requirements. It will be deployed eventually on an intranet. As an example, please see the following: There is a Clients table that everybody has access to. this will have the usual fields such as ID,...

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  • Oracle Sql Tuning

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