• 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?

    Scuba5820 pointsBadges:
  • 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?

    1111100 pointsBadges:
  • 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....

    Vdinenna60 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Martychibiroo0 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    TripleT0 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    Howeee0 pointsBadges:
  • Builtin Administrators Domain Group

    I have a collegue that has requested we remove the Enterprise Admins and Domain Admins from the BuiltinAdministrators group. Has anyone heard or seen this done? I am under the impression that Domain Admins and Ent. Admins get their permissions to perform tasks on a Domain Controller from that...

    MemphisJim5 pointsBadges:
  • Weird Exchange Issue still hanging around

    Not sure if anyone here has experienced this or is still having this issue but I am having a heck of a time getting this resolved. Here is the issue: We have Exchange 2003 sp2 on Windows 2k SP4 and we can not send e-mails to certain domains. I have tried setting these domains as seperate connectors...

    Slashman0 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec Email Proxy error and TCP/IP crash

    I have a problem with Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition and TCP/IP on a number of laptops (cached profiles) in a Windows 2003 AD. When a user logs on to the machine they get an error message with the title "Symantec Email Proxy", no text, Red X graphic and an OK button. This error message...

    DGLaage0 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Web Edition Configuration

    I have been out of the web development arena for a few years and decided to brush up on new technology. I installed Windows Server 2003 Web Edition on my home domain and placed the machine in the DMZ. I published a basic page and all works well. I published a standard template forum from Frontpage...

    FlyNavy0 pointsBadges:
  • UNIX Windows XP

    I have a HD that was a UNIX file system. How can I read/transfer files from that drive to Windows XP computer? Thanks

    Fossil480 pointsBadges:
  • Proccess keep running. Cant find a solution

    Hi, I have SQL Server 2000 SP4 running on a server with 2GB RAM , 18GB free in the DB disk and 2.3 GB free in the OS disk. It was running normally til 2 days ago. Now I have processes (dtss and jobs) running for 2 days. I tried to stop sqlServerAgent, but it happened again. What may be wrong? How...

    Ileanab0 pointsBadges:
  • Managing SQL 2000 server over the internet

    I have an SQL 2000 server behind a firewall. I have set the ports to be forward to this server. I would like to manage this server from home using enterprise manager. How can I accomplish this.

    SQLDEV5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP from iSeries to PC

    I have installed a Cerberus FTP Server on the PC and I need to FTP a flat file FROM the iSeries TO the PC. However, when I enter the PUT statement it returns with : 227 Entering Passive Mode (213,210,55,130,4,22) 425 Unable to open the data connection Any idea where I am going wrong please?

    Selectsoft65 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Shutdwon versus Restart

    There seems to be a difference in how the OS and installed programs react to a complete Shutdown of Windows versus a Restart of Windows. An example of this is when a user is having problems with let's say his network card not picking up an IP address and he/she has limited or no connectivity. If...

    Smfraser0 pointsBadges:
  • Wake-On-LAN / Cisco Mac address-tables

    Recently I scheduled my computers to power on using Wake-On-LAN. There seems to be an issue with some of the computers not turning on. All the computers have identical hardware and have the same BIOS settings. I did some investigation and I noticed that the computers that were not turning on did...

    Skepticals0 pointsBadges:

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