• What is NAT port forwarding?

    Describe in brief how you would set up port forwarding on a NAT router to allow a PC on the LAN to publish its web to the internet.

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  • DHCP relay Agent in DELL switches

    I have windows 2003 servers and Dell 62XX series switches (level 3 switches) and Vlans. As I understand in order for a computer to be able to receieve an IP Address via dhcp I need relay agent. This series of switches supports DHCP Relay my question is how would i assign computer to a specific...

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  • Lost Global Catalogue

    My Windows 2003 PDC recently died but prior to this I had transfered the operations master roles including schema master to my BDC. I was convinced my BDC was a Global Catalogue server but didn't get a chance to check before my PDC died. This happened just before I went away for 2 weeks and I only...

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  • security problem

    Hello, I have small workgroup having 10 computers in my office. I do some personal work in office like using yahoo messenger, checking personal e-mails and some online banking site. But how does one of my senior knows it? I do everything lonely and securely so that nobody in the office knows it....

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  • Backup Controller (Win2k3, AD) not operating as needed

    Hi there, I run a dedicated Win2k3 Active Directory server, which is running just fine. I run a backup Win2k3 AD server as well. When I turn off my primary, the backup should sub in, and direct individuals to my Exchange server, etc. But it's not. I know it's handling DNS queries fine, even when...

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  • Shifting Services over Fiber

    Several services are provided to our company. Internet, Link with another comany, Videoconferencing, ISDN telephone lines. We are shifting to fiber now. Is it recommened to use only one pair of fiber to carry all these services and then segment them. Or for example, use a seperate pair of fiber for...

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  • routers

    sir we are connecting our server through leasedline . one branch office connection is fast,but another area is slow, but two offices having same broadband connection of leased line.but one is dhcp enaled another is not installed dhcp pls give me the tips

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  • simple remote administration

    hey y'all... is there a way to do the following remotely? change passwords create a share on a server hard drive I have the adminpak installed on my workstation which allows me to do it. I want to be able to do it from ANY computer on the network. I have Win2k3 servers only, and WinXP clients only....

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  • Bridge connections

    When the phone line( through EPBAX , Extensions) is connected to the Bridge for the conference call, it will hang for the hours , even if it is disconnected. Thus causing the huge phone amount.

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  • Semi-Mobile Users

    I am having an issue with setting up a proxy on our semi-mobile users. When they are working on their laptop in the office they are required to go through our proxy server to access the internet. When they go home the proxy must be disabled to access the internet from there. Is there any way of...

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  • Server – Directory Service

    We have 2 servers on our network. The one is a Windows 2003 Server, which is the primary domain controller. The other is a Windows 2000 Server, which is the ?other,? or secondary, domain controller. The Windows 2003 server pretty much handles everything for the most part, like DNS, DHCP, etc. The...

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  • Can’t get DHCP to give addresses

    For the life of me can't seem to setup my server. I have 2 Nics for extra security and what is recommended for Remote Access. This worked with SBS but I just installed windows 2003 server and want to setup remote access server and exchange 2007 I have the external card: 192.168.1.5 IP 255.255.255.0...

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  • Domain Computers Disappear from View

    I have a network of about 25 computers using a Windows Server 2003 as a domain controller. I have a VPN for users to work from home. When a remote user logs in through the VPN, the only computer visible in the domain is that remote computer. I can reach any network computer by doing the...

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  • DNS Packet Drops

    The server running on windows 2003 (not primry domain) is used as DHCP server to issue client IP. I configured a 2wire router on this. but the conectivity to server keeps droping now and then. Could anyone here please let me know the possible cause? Best regards,

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  • Exchange Migration Issue

    I am trying to Migrate Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003. I've Forestprep and Domainprep, after looking at the logs I get the following error: DC = "CHAOS" In site = "Default-First-Site-Name Right Found: "SeSecurityPrivilege DC = "TURMOIL" In site = "Default-First-Site-Name !!! Right NOT found !!! DC =...

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  • Site to Site VPN

    I have a site to site IPSec tunnel built and need to be able to browse all networks. I can ping resources on the remote end but cannot map to those resources. Both ends of the tunnel belong to different workgroups and the IP addresses are as follows. Local=10.101.203.x Remote=10.101.202.x with a...

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

    New Answer

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  • Properly Revamping my DNS Service

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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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  • IP address conflict

    Two businesses are running Small Business Server 2000, each are set to the default 192.168.0.x subnet. Business 1 need a `teleworker? VPN connection to business 2 but there is an IP address conflict. How would you resolve this?

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