• 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...

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  • Creating a Trust between two networks on two routers on same floor

    I have two networks -- the first is 192.168.1.1/24 and the other is 192.168.33.1/24. Each network has it own DSL modem/router for Internet connection and are Windows domains (diffrent domain names). The two routers are physically near (50cm) and the two networks are sharing the same floor. I need...

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  • How to create subnets

    How do I go about creating a subnet?

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  • Connecting 2 NICs with bridge

    i want to connect one NIC with a wireless modem and second to LAN's client.

    Moonthaheem10 pointsBadges:
  • finding fault of Network Ping drop

    I am having a bus topology network with OFC connected on ABCDEFGH switches. OFC SM link is followed from A to B to C to D to E to F to G to H to A one side and A to E with redudence line. When we ping all the switches one by one, there is no ping loss. But when all the swtiches are on, I find ping...

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  • Group Policies

    How can I turn on group policies after its been turned off by previous administrator, without having to re-install OS? ( it will not let me access any programs, system properties) Will not save any changes made in safe mode.

    S99abx20 pointsBadges:
  • How troubleshoot internet connections?

    Currently at work we are having some major internet connections. I'm working in a fiber optic environment and our internet connections it bounces back on forth. We've already bought a brand new switch out Netgear firewall is about 4 months new and replace some cat5 cables. What else could cause...

    Ricardo5736590 pointsBadges:
  • How can I stop a domain controller being a domain controller

    I have 2 domain controllers and I would like to stop on of them acting as a DC as I think there are some conflicts. Is it possible to do this?

    Hinkhig5 pointsBadges:
  • File deletion on the network

    I would like to set something up on our network in which if someone deletes a file or documents then the file or document is sent to a hidden folder on the network not just deleted. I would even like it to be put into the recycle bin but as it is people have deleted stuf off of my sever and it is...

    Sterling0125 pointsBadges:
  • Non Routable Networks

    Hi, Please i need someone to tell me what are Non Routable Networks and what are examples? Are there any security risks involved in having them? How Can we mitigate those risks and if there are tools we can use, what are the examples? Thankyou so much.

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  • How to connect two separate Branch Office networks together?

    What is the good and easy way to approach solve the problem of connecting two networks based in two different branches.What are the requirements that I need to furnish and make my small office to be a good highfy company .We run a development in the other branch and need to be connected for further...

    Ayesh25 pointsBadges:
  • Is VPN ID a login ID?

    What do you mean by VPN ID? Is it a login ID

    Autorobinc5 pointsBadges:
  • CAT-6 -Return Loss failed (RL and RL @ Remote)

    Hi, I have one situation that for me is complicated. I run CAT6 UTP network cable. When I connect each end of the cable to a Fluke DSP-4000 & DTX-1800 Network Analyzer, it tells me that Return Loss failed (RL and RL @ Remote). I check details on the analyzer it says that pair 3,6 failed 4,5...

    Emiljo5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I identify all network system hostnames through CMD?

    Hi, this is Vardhan. I have some doubts in network systems. One is systems all are in LAN. I know all system IP addresses. From one system, how can I identify the all systems HOSTNAMES through command prompt? Is it possible? How can I change all systems HOSTNAMES through CMD?

    Vardhang810 pointsBadges:
  • Network

    How could I set my home network? I have 10 PCs.

    madrax15 pointsBadges:
  • Networking knowledge

    What is all the basic knowledge we have for the field of network admin?

    manojkumar9120 pointsBadges:
  • How to check the loop in Cisco switch

    How do I check the loop in Cisco switch?

    Shareef12315 pointsBadges:
  • How to add users and computers (XP) to Windows Server 2003: Step-by-step

    Hi,I am new to networking. How do I add computers and users to my server 2003 in a network of DNS auto detection. Please provide any directions to stabilize my mind and system in network doesn't accept the domain of my server 2k3. How do I set it?

    Ayesh25 pointsBadges:
  • Network Design Problem

    Hi all. I'm so glad we can share our knowledge and experiences in this intimate atmosphere. Here's my problem. Due to my responsibility, I'll have to connect two segments of 5 and 6 nodes(PCs exactly). Now I want to know what would be the most cost-effective policy to link these two segments using...

    yasharkarimzade25 pointsBadges:
  • How do we create a network of 100 Computers in one building from scratch?

    One building, divided in 3 stories. I want to create a network of 100 computers in this one building. How many Routers, Switches and Hubs do I need? How many Straight and cross over cables do I need? and what kind of topologies to implement? Do I need a server? What protocol to implement? What i am...

    fahad8510 pointsBadges:

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