• High Network Activity

    I need some help on the next step. I have three computers on the network that experience high network activity after booting i.e. the connection/activity lights on the switch go crazy. The OS's are windows server 2000, windows 2000 professional, and windows NT 4.0. All computers have active...

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  • Syncing Attachments at work, not on road with Exchange

    I am using my PDA (o2 XDA Atom Exec) to connect to our Managed Exchange server hosted by our ISP. Everything works great, as I have setup Activesync to sync my PDA with the server directly. What I want to be able to do, is when I have my PDA connected via a USB cable or Wireless, to download all...

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  • I need a router/firewal for WAN/VPN Failover, Load Balacing, VPN, QOS etc.

    HI everybody, i write here cause i need help by some expert about this argument. I got two offices, one with about 10 computers and the other one with 6 computers. the 10 one has a DomainController (Win 2003) instead the 6 one have only a Workgroup. Both offices have 2 xDSL lines each one (one ADSL...

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  • Windows Server 2003 Permissions problem

    Hopefully someone can shed some light on this problem I am having. In a domain with a Windows NT Domain Controller (soon to be upgraded) I have a Server 2003 computer where I am storing files for a particular program. I assign rights to a folder by right clicking on folder and selecting properties....

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  • Networking IP setting and Access Points

    I hope someone can shed light on this dilemma..Here is my problem I have a Linksys BEFSR81 wired router, and a generic (no name) 2.4Ghz. wireless access point router.... and a Linksys EG0801W 8 port switch. Here is my set up thus far and works and has for years.. Here goes. Modem Bridged to Router...

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  • problems with device type.

    I made changes on a Device Type, them I restarted the server. But this changes not appear in spool file. Do you Know why? Regards, Wladimir

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  • The Administrator Password of the DC ……

    Hi, What's the solution if I lost the password of my DC? Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz

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  • mandatory profile in Windows server 2003

    I have a working roaming profile. How do I make it a mandadory profile that users can never change?

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  • roaming profile quirk

    I'm having a small problem with my roaming profiles. My profile will roam with regards to Outlook which is GREAT but some items don't; like my desktop (icons and background), ALL my start menu items, printers, etc. What am I doing wrong? I want to have a local system exactly like I need it then...

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  • Roaming profiles: Pros and Cons

    I understand the basic concepts of roaming profiles, but I have a few questions How do roaming profiles work with installed software? I assume that I have to have the software installed on the local machine with the same path in order for the desktop icon to function properly? With roaming profiles...

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  • laptop login

    WinXP laptop, part of domain, when disconnected frm domain uses cached login. While disconnected, changed from domain member to workgroup member. :( Now login only has name/pwd text boxes - can't get domain selection box. Thus, can't login. How to get domain option back at login screen? (How to...

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  • 802.11 vs 802.16

    I have a small co. with a point to point wireless grid. I handle off site monitoring of gas nad oil flow. I have been overlaping my grid with new locations, and more to come. So I have been looking into new wireless Sys. I have made the choice to use All-In-One?360 Multi-Band/Multi-Mode Antenna...

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  • server cluster

    hardware require for sql cluster server

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  • Wireless Connection to Internet

    Hi all, My client has a Dell laptop with inbuilt Intel wireless NIC and onboard Ethernet NIC successfully connecting to a Minitar wireless hub/access point. The AP is connected to an Alcatel Speedtouch Home ADSL modem. When connected via Ethernet he can access both local devices and browse the...

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  • Roaming profiles from hell

    I'm trying to setup roaming profiles for a couple of users. I have the documents and read on how to set it up, which seems real straight forward. I made a directory on the server c:profiles edited the user profile path in ADU&C to point to \myserverprofiles%username% setup a system that I want for...

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  • bandwidth sharing problem

    Hi Guys, here i am facing a problem regarding my network band width, here i have one adsl conection of 256kbps and 3 workstations conected through wireless accesspoint of 2.4 ghz, do anybody know exactly how much bandwidth having for each workstations ? waiting for ur reply

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  • Multiple inputs for a web server’s router/switch

    Apologies if this is a simple question. I haven't had much prior experience with networking hardware, hence the researching. Say hypothetically we had a glorified desktop that was going to be a web server with around 100 users, each with their own webspace. We would want to be able to cope with a...

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  • WebCam Wireless

    I am wondering if it is at all possible to get a webcam, hooked up to a laptop, and then if posible to get the picture delievered to another computer about a mile away. We have annual dog sled races, and this winter we are wondering if it is possible to do this, running network cable doesnt seem...

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  • Active Directory Domain controller broadcasting UDP – Why?

    Hi all, I've been noticing some sluggish network performance and was checking through some logs in my PIX firewall, and came across this entry: Aug 04 2006 09:59:54 710003: UDP access denied by ACL from 192.168.1.49/137 to inside: 192.168.1.255/137 Now, 192.168.1.49 is a domain controller (Windows...

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  • Disconnecting network drives

    We experience exact problem with the disconnecting network drive( red X) as specified in MS article KB297684. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297684/en-us The file server is win2k3 sp1 and the home drive is mapped by VB script. It is not a big issue when browsing or accessing the drive as it gets...

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