• Splitting One Domain Into Two

    I manage a LAN comprised of 4 subnets. My company wants one of the subnets split out into another separate domain. Call the original domain, domain A and the new domain, domain B. Both current DCs are Win 2000. A and B will each get one of the two existing DCs (because of the way the split worked...

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  • Strange DNS problem

    We are running Windows 2003 R2 A/D. The server also handles DNS. During the weekends DNS will not resolve until it's restarted. This only happens during the weekend when usage is very low. No events are logged. When notified of the problem, I can ping by IP while on the server but not by name. When...

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  • Networking prep

    Hiya guys, I have an interview next week, and in the pre screening phone interview a few questions came up about the port numbers used in networking and what they were used for, oh yeah, and the 7 layers of the OSI module. I Know a little bit of thew OSI, but is there any online papers etc, that...

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  • Nortel Contivity VPN CLient

    I have an issue with a user of the above. V4.01. From home his VPN to a remote site in France is OK speed wise, even though his Broad band is only 500K up and 128K down. He can work all day with no speed degradation. From his office, BB is 3mb down and 400K up, he will start the day off OK but...

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  • IBM 4224

    Hi everyone, I have 2 printer IBM 4224 in a remote office connecting by twinax and using remote controller 5394. I change my comunications for TCP/IP. Now I have a problem because 5394 don't pass TCP/IP. Do you Know if existe something hardware who allowde me connect the printer with twinax over...

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  • convert public folder IPM.POST to IPM.NOTE

    i have an sbs 2003 with exchange runing on it and gut a public folder that i've created for general mail to the employee's. i've routed all mail to that folder from specific account, the problem is that the mail's arrived as a IPM.POST format mails and not like the traditional mails that is more...

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  • gigabit network design question

    I have a gigabit networking design question. In a top-of-rack 48-port gigabit switch design, does the gigabit fiber uplink to the core switch become a bottleneck for the servers in that rack? Should the uplink be 10G? The servers are file, print, backup, and email servers. Thanks

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  • DHCP Scope for differrent Windows users

    I have a pure Windows 2003 server network running Active Directory with Windows XP clients. Most users log in as domain1.com but a few use domain2.com. The official domain is domain1.com. I do not have a separate forest or domain for domain2.com, simply an alternate choice when creating AD...

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  • Looking for a consultant…

    Looking for someone who might be able to point me in the right direction in finding a consultant to work with one on one for support in setting up a small network(about 75 devices in all). I have a total of 6 sites. The equipment I am using is all 3Com. 1-6080 Router 5-5012 Routers and 16-5500G-EI...

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  • SSID / DHCP isolation

    I am interested in installing a second WLAN in a warehouse that should already have another WLAN working. If have an unique SSID, will I have to worry about colliding with the DHCP services on other SSIDs? Thanks, Paul

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  • IT scope of responsibility

    I Have a question concerning the scope of IT support. To what extent should the IT Department support vendor items purchased that perform a specific funtion for other departments. Specificaly items that require the support of the third party vendor. For example we have a time and attendance...

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  • After joining in domain PC slow starting

    Dear all, Greetings of the day. I have windows 2000 server and 300 clients. Some are in domain. When I am trying to join in domain remaining PC after restarting its boot time is increased. Also working is slow. Please suggest for resoloution. Thanks in advance.

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  • Accessing Mail Server

    I have remote users who are not allowed on the domain... At times they need to work in the main office and log in via wireless directly to the Wirelss ADSL modem/router.. putting them in a different ip range to the domain. Internet access works well with this arrangement but they are unable to get...

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  • Would upgrading to a managed/faster switch help?

    I have a client that currenlty has an unmanaged 10/100 24 port D-Link switch. I was wondering the pros and cons to upgrading to a Cisco 2950 10/100/1000 switch. The current (simplified) network diagram. Clients/Server----->Dlink Switch----->Linksys Router----->Internet I was thinking, if...

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  • Daylight savings – Change in politics

    Greets to all, First off, where I live (WA, Australia) we have had a change in politics. We now have daylight savings starting in 1 week. The problem is as follows. Details * 3 Domains (not linked to each other) * Multiple external sites (not tied back to base) * Multiple DB systems and...

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  • Create Domain and new exchange server

    Pardon my ignorance, but I've looked everywhere for Exchange '101'. Everywhere I look starts off with upgrading and existing situations... I have a small office (10 ppl) that currently just has an application server. I would like to implement a domain controller and also have exchange server setup....

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  • Sharing one profile for a lab (WinXP profiles)

    I have asked similar questions in the past, but I am still unclear to the best method. Windows XP workstations on a Windows server 2003 domain. My goal: Have one user account "lab" that shares a profile. I want to make changes to one profile and have it replicate to all computers. Thus far, I am...

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  • Folder redirection issue – Windows server 2003

    I configured roaming profiles and folder redirection using Active Directory on a Windows Server 2003 machine. I mapped all profiles to \server_nameprofile%username% I redirected the desktop, application data, ect. to \server_nameusers. The folder redirection works perfectly; however, when a user...

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  • Networking DHCP growth

    Okay, probably a simple question for a lot, but my experience has been more along the lines of many offices, with a typical setup of a border router (cisco, firewall (watchguard, new cisco ASA's, Windows 2003 server DC, exchange server, etc....) I have been doing this a while now and have been...

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  • Joining a win98 SE client to the domail???

    Hi, Really I forgot how can I join a client with the win98 OS to the win server 2003!!!??? Could you please help me!!!??? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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