• Can I connect to a server over Bluetooth?

    I have a laptop that has Bluetooth and wifi. My server also has Bluetooth. Can I connect to the server using Bluetooth? Is it more secure than over wifi? Will I be able to open a telnet or mstsc session over Bluetooth or just transfer files?

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  • Extending wireless internet across large property

    I have a large property and want to extend my wireless internet throughout. I assume I need wireless repeaters but how can I effectively connect them together as well as find hardware that can live outside in some sort of case to supply the pool area? I have one 10Mbit line coming in and that goes...

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  • Connecting to VPN over an unsecured network

    When connecting to a remote VPN over an unsecured network am I putting the VPN server at risk when transmitting credentials? What is the preferred method of connecting to VPN over unsecured network?

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  • Using wireless for active directory connection

    Is using wireless as the connection method for our active directory server a bad idea? The server is across the hall from the server room and we do not want to run cables. Bandwith is not an issue and the signal strength is good. Is there a reason to not do this?

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  • How can I see what users are connected to my wireless network?

    How can I see what users are connected to my wireless network? I am running a sonicwall tz170 for wireless connectivity. Is there a place I can see which machines are connected? Host name and dynamic IP? Can I export this information as well?

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  • Sharing our internet connection by turning a server into a hotspot

    I have Internet on our server and it has a wireless connection. Can I share out the Internet connection by turning the server into a hotspot? The server is a Windows 2003 Advanced Server that is also our domain controller. Any help and a walk through would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Bridging Dial-up and LAN connections

    Hello. I am using a ZTE EVDO cellular Internet modem to get on the net. The thing is I can't bridge it with my LAN adapter because Windows 7 treats it as a dial-up connection. Is there any way I can achieve the bridging between the EVDO Internet access and the LAN card? Can I force Windows 7 to...

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  • Partition XP Installation

    Ok, I've got what I believe to be a tricky tech question. I've gotten started on a theory I've had, but have been having issues bringing it home, I was hoping you could give me a hand. I'm using a Windows 7 Toshiba Satellite with a broken DVD drive. I want to start over with Windows XP, and have...

    GreatGeak5 pointsBadges:
  • Blackberry 8900 Address book cannot back up to bb 8707

    Hi Guys, I have this problem, whenever we re-activate the blackberry account of our user from one phone to another we usually back-up the old and restore the data to other phone. As to my encounter to one of our bb user, I backed up his bb 8900 and then restore to our spare blackberry 8707. I...

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  • Adding users to Server 2003 domain

    I have 50 or so new users to add to the domain (small high school situation.) we use roaming profiles so that students can log in to any of the lab computers (using XP Pro). Using AD, I set up the first user, using a login script, mapped drive Z to her documents folder. I tested the login and it...

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:
  • E-mail from outside of local domain not transferred to blackberry if outlook closed

    I'm not sure if this is an Exchange of Blackberry Server issue but I have a user that if he gets e-mails that are not inter-company the e-mail only forwards to his blackberry if he has outlook open. If the -emails are inter-company the e-mails get forwarded to the blackberry without outlook being...

    Anisht5615 pointsBadges:
  • NAC and Wireless Controllers

    I have a need to setup conference rooms that will be used by both corporate and foreign or guest devices. I would like to use wired and wireless for flexibility and video conferencing. NAC seems like a no brainer but am curious if I should look into a Wireless Lan Contoller device of some sort too?...

    Tankman25 pointsBadges:
  • outlook calendar on iphone

    I have a user that wants her outlook 2007 calendar on her iphone. From what I understand the mailbox can be synced but to sync the calendar itunes would have to be installed on the exchange server (not doing that!). The users have roaming profiles, and access to web version of outlook.

    Atari78005 pointsBadges:
  • Make external IP address accessable from internal network

    Hi, Out users have iPhones which receive their emails via Exchange Active Sync. To work correctly they need to be able to access the exchange server using the same IP address internally and externally. Currently I have mapped the DNS name to our internall address while in our network. This worked...

    Paulr6215 pointsBadges:
  • Sponsor Post: Fear the Cloud? Migration Pros and Cons (on-demand chat from 6/29/2010)

    Organizations need to able to quickly recover failed servers and their data in the event of an outage. Deploying a server recovery solution can save a company tens of thousands of dollars in lost productivity and lost business. This live chat on June 29th from 1-3 pm EST provides an exclusive...

    EmNichs3,250 pointsBadges:
  • Global address list on iPhone

    Why doen't the exchange global address list apprear under contacts?

    Parkit15 pointsBadges:
  • Seemingly excessive Reads affecting task synch with BlackBerry BPS (BES)?

    User states that can synch mail and Calendar from Notes 7 to BlackBerry BPS, but unable to synch Tasks. While the focus is on BPS, I need to understand what's happening within the User Details button of the Mail Database, Properties, i Tab -- User Details. In a 24 hour period, the user the...

    pgarth10 pointsBadges:
  • iPhone IP address

    If a smart phone (eg iphone, blackberry) user connects to his IM account from his smart phone to send messages, where does the phone get issued its IP address from? Would travelling between cell sites have any impact on the IP address - eg would it be issued a new one as it moves to another cell...

    Crich15 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation

    I know when setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation, you simply go to an internal web address that downloads the client software to the machine that is used to verify the credentials and to log onto the server. However, my question is when doing this, does this block any non-server...

    StlMoGuy2910 pointsBadges:
  • Sponsor Post: Join Us for the Identity Access Management Live Expert Chat on 7/20 at 11am ET

    To compete in the new economy, organizations need to provide efficient and secure access to their internal applications and data for external entities, such as business partners, customers, and mobile employees. Join Microsoft's Senior Technical Product Manager, Brjann Brekkan, on July 20 from...

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