• Locked Out of Windows 2000

    User mistakenly changed his login type while trying to configure hie wireless nic on his laptop. He is no longer able to login, the login menu changed and no longer displays a domain, and his password does not work at all (which he did not change). He cannot login even in safe mode. Any help you...

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  • Backing up from Mailboxes in Exchange Server2k

    Hi,when I choose the mailboxes folder of M drive in an Exchange Mail Server to taking a backup and start backup,immidiately the task terminated and in report it says you don't have permission on mailboxes!!!! But I am administrator and a member of Enterprice Admin and Exchange Server Services and...

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  • Removing the old mail server

    Hi,I install the new Exchange Mail Server2k and move all mailboxes to it and now I want to remove the old one.What's the best way for doing this? Thank you. --- Regards Mahnaz

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • Consolidated Security Product/Approach? What about layered approach?

    Hi Punnet, I'm a It Director at lasrge Media firm in NY. Looking at the security overhaul in the recent months and business looking to cxonsolidate the offices enviornment the talk of the town is to have ALL IN One device which does Firewall,IDS,VPN etc. I thought layerd security approach was the...

    Networksecure10 pointsBadges:
  • Number Crunching Machines

    I just started at a new workplace and have been presented with a group of servers running software called Calcserve. I'm not entirely sure what they actually do but it is some sort of number crunching for various trust funds etc. What concerns me though is that I have worked on AS400's now for...

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  • Backing up from mailboxes in Exchange Server

    Hi,when I choose the mailboxes folder of M drive in an Exchange Mail Server to taking a backup and start backup,immidiately the task terminated and in report it says you don't have permission on mailboxes!!!! But I am administrator and a member of Enterprice Admin and Exchange Server Services and...

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • NT TCP/IP failure

    I have an Armada 4120T with a Xircom 10/100/56k 16bit adapter & NT4 sp6a The adapter works fine in another laptop. A 340MB PCMCIA hard disk works fine in the Armada. I am using the latest Xircom drivers and the adapter shows up in PCMCIA adapters ok. The problem is the adapter does cannot pull an...

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  • Wireless Networks Interfering with Unix Servers

    I have a customer who has a Unix Server running UnixWare 7.1.3. He bought a 3Com wireless access point from a catalogue, but when he switched it on the Unix Server would reboot. This only happened twice before the unit was thrown at me to fins solution. He has in the offices an access point from...

    Mozza10 pointsBadges:
  • DFS replication problems & unable to add target through DFS manager (Win2003)

    When attempting to add a target through DFS manager in Windows 2003, we are receiving the following error: "In order for <servernamepath> to join replication, file replication service on <server> needs to be configured as auto-start and running. The error listed below occurred during...

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  • Demilitarized zone using iptables?

    Hi, I'm the Assistant Editor for SearchEnterpriseLinux.com. One of our users, "ruhi," posted the following question. Can you help? "I have to plan and design a demilitarized zone using iptables. How can I do this?" You can post your answer here on ITKE, or reply to...

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop Web Connection

    Can I access local client disk drives from a TSWeb session and, if so, HOW? I am running Internet Explorer 6 on a WinXP client accessing a Win 2003 Terminal Server using Remote Desktop Web Connection.

    FafTech0 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Network Problem

    Hello. Can anyone give some advice on this subject? I have to say, this problem doesn't necessarily deal with the equipment or technology, but rather the people behind it. Has this happened already: if companies can outsource programming and other such tasks offshore deemed by the higher-ups, who's...

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  • AD in Win2K3 SBS – Group Policy Question

    Win2K3 SBS network; several remote sites all connected via VPN (Cisco PIX); all is working fine now, TS for Corporate App, Exchange and Outlook 2K3 for email etc. WE tried to setup ISA 2004 at Corporate, but not knowing it well as well as time contraint is keeping us from the task of limiting and...

    Delebute20040 pointsBadges:
  • netcafe with linux

    Hello all, I'm new to linux and am planning to use it as a proxy server in an internet cafe which a friend and i are to setup, here in the uk. I would ideally require the pages to be cached (as to improve performance) and also limit bandwith equally between all the users. I have read a little about...

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  • Exchange 2K IM Server Question

    I have setup a test lab for E2K IM. I installed a separate Win2K server in the test AD Domain; all the latest updates etc. Installed the IM portion of the installation. I ran SP3 on the new server and and reapplied SP3 on the current E2K server that hosts email only. In SM i setup the new virtual...

    Delebute20040 pointsBadges:
  • Restricting Broswe capability in IE

    A generic User account is used to run an application in an IE Browswer - I would like to remove the address bar so it can't be used. I think its a Registry tweak - can it be done using a policy specific to that account in Active Domain? If so how? Thanks Cripdan

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  • Sendig Mail to user@IP

    We have two Mx Record (same ISP) pointing to the same mail server. The Mail Server is REDHAT Linux. I want to send a mail to user@ip address (first or second Mx Record). This is basically to test if first Mx record fails, will the second record be used. I would be sending this mail from the LAN to...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
  • Access Exchange emails of another user

    Hi I'm currently being assigned Admin rights for a small company. My senior asked me if there was a way for the two of us to access each others email if one of us was to be sick or something. This will be handy when the one present requires info that was sent to the other. It's all sweet as I can...

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  • Punching through the mud

    I am trying to set up wireless access in two apartments from a nearby office on a small campus. I hooked up an access point in the office, but was unable to get a signal about 50 feet away in one of the apartments. There are 3 intervening walls, two of which are 1 foot thick adobe. My question is,...

    Douger0 pointsBadges:
  • Intermittent Webmail Errors

    I have been having some serious issues with webmail and I can't seem to figure out what exactly is causing the problem. Basically, webmail stops responding, but if you give it enough time it seems to correct itself. The problem is intermittent and may not happen sometimes for days. The OWA box is...

    Wizard120 pointsBadges:

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