• NT/2000 account resources

    Hi. I have an NT server but Win2K workstations. I have a couple of individuals who cannot log onto their roaming profile on certain workstations. The particular workstations will log them on with a local profile to use the shared resources on the network. On other 2K workstations, they can access...

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  • Remote Desktop outbound connection fails

    I have an ISA Server 2000 and Windows 2000 Small Business Server Edition. I can connect to a external (Internet) Terminal Server from the ISA firewall computer, but I can not connect from the internal Workstations, which have the Firewall Client installed. I already enabled the RDP (Terminal...

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  • Wireless Connection not responding

    Every time I turn on my toshiba laptop in the morning, it doesn't find any Wireless LANs around. Only after running a Repair ( Disable/Enable) it find the wireless access points around and connects. How can I get rid of this problem? I don't want to run the Repair every time I turn it on. Thanks a...

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  • NAT problem

    Hi All, I am running web application designed using SOAP. This application is linked to a database and serves data to the web using IIS. The application is using internal ip address 10.10.10.21. A router was configured to map all traffic from a specific external ip address say 198.168.1.3 to be...

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  • Add router between 2 switches or create vlan?

    Say you have Internet > router (DHCP/NAT) > switch1 > switch2 > computers (switch1 also has computers connected to it) What steps need to be taken to put a router between the 2 switches so the computers on each switch are on their own LAN and invisible to each other? Also, would...

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  • Intrusin Detection Systems

    We are a medium sized manufacturing company. We have our main location in the U.S and another locaton in Mexico. These are connected by Frame Relay. I am using a Cisco 515 PIX for a Firewall. Recently the auditors have told us we need an Intrusion Detection System. I am looking for one that will...

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  • Tracking AP broadcasts

    The following question was submitted to SearchMobileComputing.com editors. Can you help? Is there a program to track down where a wireless access point is broadcast? -- John T. --------------------------------- Kara Gattine, Associate Editor SearchNetworking.com and SearchMobileComputing.com

  • Printing to multiple IP printers with the same listening port (9100) over internet: only one public IP!!

    One public address at branch office, 4 printers all using 9100. Need the 0S/400 outq's to print to the only available public IP address to reach the printers, but how to direct them to the right one when they all listen on the same port? I don't think i can tell the jetdirect to listen on 9101...

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  • Winbind not connecting to Windows network

    I'm not very experienced with Linux. I created a Whitebox Linux server and got Winbind running to connect to our windows 2k network. I am able to print to the win network, but can't see anything there or connect to any computer/server. The Linux box seemed to join the domain OK, but can't see it in...

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  • OMA/OWA compatiblility

    I'm starting to look into Outlook Mobile Access. I've read that it uses front end/back end configurations. I already have a front-end OWA server. Can I use the same server for OMA? Thank you in advance, Pamel

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  • problems with wireless connection on firewall

    Hi, I have a "firewall"-box configured as NAT-router/firewall/transparent proxy which makes a connection to the internet with a WLAN card (to a hotspot). In fact for the moment it's a Kerio Winroute firewall on a Wintel box. So the "firewall"-box has actually 2 interfaces. One wired (connected to...

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  • Associating MS Certificates w/ handwritten signatures

    Does anyone know if it is possible to associate a Microsoft PKI/Certificate to a signature image (handwritting) so that a document/email can be signed (digitally) but will also have an image of the associated handwritten signature embedded within the document (and secured)? I know more advanced...

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  • Fail-Over

    If you have a website in Charleston (Main) and a website in Norfolk (Backup) and you wanted to configure a fail-over so that if Charleston goes down it would look at re-directing the users to the Norfolk site, how would I look at performing this? Just trying to get some ideas. Thanks! - Kilikab

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  • Active Directory/DNS problem in Windows 2003 network

    I have just upgraded my 2 DC's to Win2003 (I totally recreated Active Directory and did a clean install). I set the first DC up with DNS which seemed to work fine. I then set the 2nd DC up with active directory integrated DNS. That seemed to work fine too and it populated itself and generally...

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  • Can connect by VPN but cannot ping internal addresses

    My director and I have set up a SmoothWall firewall with SmoothTunnel VPN in our office. We have created L2TP road warrior connections for our Win XP clients at home and we can both successfully connect via our individual VPN tunnels. However, whereas I can ping the decimal addresses of the...

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  • Accessing MS Exchange Server on DMZ zone of Cisco Pix 515E as local server

    Hi, We currently have a MS Small Business Server 2000 (of which Exchange Server is a part) configured on the LAN behind a firewall and use POP3 Connector of MS Exchange to retrieve external mails. Our users connect to the MS Exchange Server within the LAN without requiring to connect to the...

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  • Windows XP Login locks up

    My company moved to AD with Windows 2003 Server in June. Prior to this we were an NT 4.0 shop. We are using Windows XP Pro on the desktop. We have approx. 30 PCs out of 400 that lock up when logging in. Screen goes white and the fields for the username and password are still visible. Sometimes the...

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  • Networking Hardware

    I have a class C network that I need to subnet. That part is easy. The hardware is my problem. Each subnet is made of two segments connected by fiber via switches. What I believe I want to do is replace the switches with routers so I can connect multiple subnets and share certain resources. Are...

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  • Configure wireless APs for use with Tablet PCs using using 802.11b

    Dr. Don, a SearchMobileComputing.com reader needs your help clarifing his AP configuration and asks: I can't get a straight answer as to how to configure my wireless APs. My office is a 40' X 100' rectangle with all the examination rooms lined up on one of the long walls. There are four doctors who...

  • Using client certificates with Cisco VPN 3xxx concentrator

    I am specifically looking for a way to match Windows loging credentials with a user certificate and then transparently submit to Active Directory for authentication. It seems that the Cisco VPN client first checks the validity of the certificate (without matching the Windows credentials) then...

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