• Installing Printers Based on Active Directory Group

    Hi All, I'm looking to install all my printers based on security groups within active directory I was planning on using the script below: *** START SCRIPT PRINTERS.VBS *** Const IT_GROUP = "IT" Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set WshNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network") Set...

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  • Change Telnet port in Linux (Debian)

    Hello everybody. I'm not a Linux expert, and am looking for a way to securely communicate with a Linux machine via Telnet. To avoid sending user and pwd without encryption I'm going to open a ssh tunnel (with putty or plink) forwarding port 22 (ssh) on the linux machine to another port, in which...

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  • Cannot FTP from AS/400

    Hi, When I FTP from my PC, it goes OK but when I tried from AS/400 to my PC, screen is frozen and does not go anywhere. My PC is running on XP and my FTF is on on the PC side and FTP server in AS/400 is running. I can ping from AS/400 to PC and vise versa. Whatelse shuold I check or what am I...

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  • Group Policy…

    Hi, For designing AD,which of group policies force us to have more than one domain?(for example when we want to have two password policy we should have two domain) Could you please help me? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Oracle Application or Database on its own server.

    Which would increase performance more. Moving an Oracle demand planning and forcasting application or an Oracle database onto its own server and or a faster server? There is some debate among myself and a couple of coworkers. I feel that the workhorse of Oracle is the database and that it should be...

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  • router for home network with cable connection

    I apologize in advance for asking such a beginner's question, but I am planning to get cable high speed internet and want to get a router before I do (to save money). I have an old desktop, running win98se, and a newish laptop, winxp with wireless capacity. Also an old mac which I'm not planning to...

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  • Networking

    What impact has single sign-on technology had on enterprise systems?

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  • Routing to VLAN

    I have setup a VLAN on a CISCO 3750 to our remote site and can communicate with PCs on both sides great. The problem arises when I want to route the remote site into our network to have access to servers and internet. I built a router to "route" the VLAN into our network but I have trouble...

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  • Multiple Network Adapters

    If there are multiple network adapters installed on the iSeries, isn't there a way to configure them to spread the load without physically wiring each adapter to the network?

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  • implementing LAN in mobile phones

    hi all, I am a final year Comp. Engg. seeking for a project related mobiles. I need help in implementing an appln. for mobiles which would be much similar to connecting PC's in LAN, i.e making mobiles to share data with the other in its network. According to my thinking this is possible in...

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  • Software Packaging

    I am currently trying to learn how to "push" Windows updates from Active Directory (MMC)and need a software packaging program. Is there a free or cheap program that fits this description? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Running a script at specified runtime

    I am creating an Oracle Developer form which will take the query created by the user and specified runtime (also by user) and saves it in two columns of a Oracle table. Is there a facility in oracle which can trigger off the saved query when the sysdate becomes equal to specified runtime? Thanks

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  • VOIP

    I was asked on an interview. Describehow you would approach a customer issue dealing with VOIP, I think my answer was right but I Just would like another opinion. James

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  • Unable to move mailboxes from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

    Here is my network setup: Exchange 5.5 Server running on a Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller. The DC is also running AD, DNS, DHCP and WINS. I've successfully introduced an exchange 2003 running on a windows 2003 server into my exchange 5.5 organization. I am trying to move user mailboxes over...

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  • Email attachment filter – better than file extention.

    Does anyone know if there is some way to filter email attachements on a server that are a little harder to get past than simply renaming the file extention? I have people that rename file.exe to file.bob and my filter does not block this file. I know you can scan attachments for viruses in...

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  • Group Policy-Internet Access

    I use the old trick of bogus settings for the proxy server in Group Policy. I have as an example: OU1-Internet Access OU2-No Access When I move anyone from the OU2 to OU1 to allow them access, the proxy address still remains in the settings. I can manually change it back, but cannot get it to do so...

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  • “Siamese Twin” PCs?

    Hi Gentle People, I have something new and wonderful to share. One of my team members went to an office today to install software to old-fashioned way (by CD). The application uses ODBC drivers to access a shared database (engine & data files) on a server. The LAN is a Win2K AD domain with multiple...

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  • Windows 2000 Server

    I get the following error on my Domain Server. Its used as a Frontend for our ERP and Common folder for users (around 130) in our Domain. Its a PIII 1 Ghz with Dual Processor with RAID 5. Searched the Net for the solution there is a solution of increasing MaxWorkItems in the Registry to 8192 (but...

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  • Can’t login as Administrator

    Hello Everybody, I can't login to adminstrator profile in my standalone win 2000 adv server. I use this system for my study purposes. What happened actually is when I was shuting my system, it got powered off because of some UPS problem and the next time when I logged in using Administrator, it...

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  • How to Limit what remote users can do

    Hi there, we use a Cisco VPN solution with windows IAS on 2003 servers. The clients connect via Cisco 4.x clients that authenticate to our Domain Controllers over RadiusIAS against their AD accounts. Problem is it's far too open. I am increasingly under pressure to allow 3rd party contractors vpn...

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