IMHO. as the budget is only 125k I would say forget it. eg 40 average laptops @ $2k = 80k leaving $45k for infrastructue. Even if go to a server at main site and all satellite clients over terminal services etc the licensing as well as assoc. hw will chew up much of the if [...]
View Answer | October 19, 2004 6:48 PM
Budgeting, DataCenter, Networking, Project management, Security, Servers
As far as I know you cannot implement a use counter in a template because when the user saves their data the template is not updated. This is as it should be otherwise mistaken input would alter the template for the next user in ways you never intended.
View Answer | October 15, 2004 10:21 AM
Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Desktop management applications, Desktops, Development, Hardware, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Networking, Programming Languages, Security, Systems management software, Tech support, VBA, VBScript, Visual Basic
hi eric, on the shared name add the “$” sign behind, then it’ll be invisible on the network. Let say your shared name is eric$ on server1, anybody who want to access it must know the exact shared name with server1eric$ hope it helps.
View Answer | October 14, 2004 11:03 PM
Check out a product from Vistawiz (www.vistawiz.com). I think it could provide a lot of assistance in addressing your problem. We are currently using it for firewall, Intrusion detection, VPN, anti-spam, network anti-virus, content, and privacy, but you don’t need to implement all of them. It seems to work great and you get to talk [...]
View Answer | October 14, 2004 4:42 PM
Network management software, Networking, Product/service procurement, Remote management, Security management
It should not but remember Norton is an antivirus, not a firewall. You should have either a software but preferrably a hardware firewall for adequate protection.
View Answer | October 14, 2004 2:57 PM
Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response, Intrusion management, Microsoft Windows, Network security, Security, VPN, Wireless
Use the BSDROUTINGPARMS statement to define the characteristics of each link defined at the host over which OROUTED will send routing information to adjacent routers running the RIP protocol and which NCPROUTE will send transport PDUs to client NCPs. Syntax >>__BSDRoutingparms__ _TRUE__ ___________________________________________________________> |_FALSE_| <_________________________________________________________________ >____link_name__ _DEFAULTSize_ __cost_metric__subnet_mask__dest_addr_|___________________> |_mtu_________| >__ENDBSDRoutingparms___________________________________________________________________>< The TCPIP stack uses the [...]
View Answer | October 13, 2004 1:58 PM
At the command prompt type net use /? it will list the syntax (this also applies to any net command) Net Use [devicename serversharename /user:domainusername password /persistent:yes|no refer to help for the 3 different way to express username.
View Answer | October 13, 2004 1:50 PM
Active Directory, Lotus Domino, Networking
http://www.astaro.org/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=35719&Main=35124 maybe coul help you
View Answer | October 12, 2004 5:20 PM
Active Directory, Administration, DHCP, DNS, Ethernet, Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response, Intrusion management, IPv4, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Network security, Network testing, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services, Security, TCP, UDP, VPN, Wireless
Have you installed SP1 & other smaller upgrades prior to trying SP2?
View Answer | October 11, 2004 11:43 AM
DataCenter, Desktops, Hardware, Networking, Servers, Tech support
Dear I don’t think that this problem has something to do with outlook. You need to scan your OS for virus. Possibly Run SFC that should solve your problem .
View Answer | October 10, 2004 2:48 AM
E-mail applications, Exchange, Networking, Tech support
Would like some clarification. When you ping and tracert, are you successful doing so by IP, name or both? Are you saying no computer in your domain can contact the Win2000 server? Is the Win 2000 server listed in Network Neighborhood and when you attempt to connect to it you get the error message? You [...]
View Answer | October 8, 2004 1:08 PM
Networking, Tech support
Hello. Try to rule out something that may have corrupted the user’s profile (s/w upgrade perhaps). Did you try logging on and off as a new user (i.e. an account that has never accessed the server before)? Check the Application Event log for Userenv errors. Also, check this out http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;828326&Product=win2000 Good luck and please post [...]
View Answer | October 8, 2004 11:40 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, Hardware, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Remote management, Servers, Windows, Windows Server 2003
Yes… You need to configure the wan interface with the wan IP provided (forget the wan ip block etc – all you need is IP address, gateway info and subnet mask. Then configure the ethernet interface with an ip from the address block they gave you; I’d have to check the exact procedure for enabling [...]
View Answer | October 8, 2004 10:03 AM
Networking Equipment, Routers
i don’t really know any cisco command for you . Also check if there is no virus on the network that is increasing the traffic thereby slowing down the router and also have a look at his bandwidth management that could solve the problem.
View Answer | October 8, 2004 5:08 AM
DataCenter, Help Desk, Networking, Routers, Tech support
I am not sure about the standards for serial cable length and Cisco equipment. My answer may be oversimplistic, but take your router to your desk and connect the console cable. Use hyperterm in Windows to create a session to the router. There you can perform the initial configuration and also enable telnet and assign [...]
View Answer | October 7, 2004 11:23 AM
Cisco, DHCP, DNS, Networking services
Hi, do you mean you are losing network connectivity (can’t ping out, can’t see the network, no access to network shares) on the SQL server? Have you checked the physical network (loose cables etc)?
View Answer | October 7, 2004 5:05 AM
DataCenter, Networking, Tech support
It is usually best practice to use a separate HBA in the fabric for tape access. Doing so keeps streaming tape traffic separate from standard disk traffic in the SAN. You can zone out the tape HBA with the tape port on the switch, which will decrease the impact of tape reset/rewind issues from your [...]
View Answer | October 6, 2004 11:39 AM
Backup & recovery, HBA, SAN, Storage Area Networks, Windows Server 2003
hi.. 1. Sofar we have architected and migrated/implemented on MPLS VPN (either L2 or L3). Reliability has not been any concern to any of the customers. There were some problems but during the initial stages only. 2. Main issue I had seen is of IP addressing, when you are gong for a L3 VPN. Other [...]
View Answer | October 6, 2004 12:17 AM
Managed Services, MPLS, Network protocols, Networking, QoS, VPN
There is an extensive article here: http://www.macwindows.com/Win2000.html You may find it of some use. Let us know how you get on. Henry H
View Answer | October 3, 2004 3:11 AM
Networking, Servers, Windows 2000 Server
Two way you can do this, 1. Using your DNS server, created an alia for the domain and assign tot he IIS IP address. Or if you use DNS Round Robing you can assing multiple domain to the same IP address. 2. You can assing a second IP address to the IIS server then assing [...]
View Answer | September 29, 2004 10:09 AM