• password protecting users

    I am currently running windows 2000 server and I am trying to figure out how to after like 10 minutes to have the computer password protect itself. My users are on thin clients is there any way to do this through active directory? Any information would help.

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  • Multi-Homing in Windows XP

    Any ideas about multi-homing multiple conenctions with their own IPs? That is, using multiple NICs (or a single NIC) with different IP addresses on one computer to increase bandwidth. What I am thinking is if I have multiple IP addresses, then I could download on the shared Internet connection alot...

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  • Cannot send files without a continous ping running.

    Imaging 2 sites, one having 2 workstations running windows NT and Linux. The other site runs windows NT. The 2 workstation location and the one workstation are connected via Bellsouth NMLI. The 2 station location need to send image files to the single site location. The linux system can do it all...

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  • Automated IP Address Notification??

    Situation is: One of my customers has DSL with a SonicWall firewall with VPN configured, so that they can get back to their server while on the road. Problem is: They've got a dynamic IP Address, and don't want to pay money for a fixed one (would add > $40/month). The DHCP IP Address doesn't...

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  • Safe user sandbox?

    *This question is from a SearchWindowsSecurity.com reader: I'm in a position to redesign our IT systems (network, servers, PCs, software, etc.) this summer, and I am undecided on which path to take. I'd like to disconnect our systems from the Internet so that we don't have to deal with all of the...

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  • Cannot Print via Network

    I have several HP networked printers. I install the printers as local printers with the latest drivers. They all have fixed IP addresses. I can ping them and connect to them via HTTP and make changes from the browser interface. Yet, some will print and some will not. I'm running Windows XP SP2.

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  • Windows desktops generating unnecessary(?) network traffic

    We have Windows desktops with XP SP2 installed. We have servers on the network but they are not Windows servers. One of the Windows desktops produces many broadcasts to _._._.255 on port 137. We have tried disabling file and print sharing and master browser but neither has helped. Our first...

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  • Small Business Server 2003 slow login to server itself

    I have a small network consisting of 4 servers, our dc is sbs2003 and the next is windows server 2003, the other 2 are linux based and not an issure here, when i log into the domain on client systems everything is fine, login into the second server via rdp is fine however if i try the same for the...

    Augie30 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco PIX VPN Bridging – Am I missing something??

    Hi, I'm tryin to set up a VPN between two internal sites on the same subnet. I have 2 PIX 506E's linked together (physically) in my test lab (on outside interfaces). All the configuration examples I've seen of setting up a VPN is between 2 different logical networks. However, I want them to act as...

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  • Converted from a Twinax connection to TCP/IP on a Iseries/AS400. We are printing to a HP4100 attached to a network thru a RMTOUTQ (remote output queue)

    We converted from a twinax connection to a TCP/IP connection on a Iseries/AS400. We have a HP-4100 connected to the network. After the conversion from twinax to TCP/IP. I attempted to print a manifest report from the Iseries/AS400 to the HP-4100 and the print shrunk from 13 CPI to 20 CPI. This...

    Ceevainc0 pointsBadges:
  • No internet since VPN running

    I'm trying to get VPN work on the Netgear FWAG114 router. As soon as I Enable the VPN, there is no internet access for the computers on the network. Has anybody got a solution? My settings: Encryption: 3DES Algorythm: MD5 DH Group: 2 Lifetime: 3600 Remote endpoint: IP 0.0.0.0 (dynamic IP of the...

    Kvicho0 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VPN Client error message

    I have a Cisco VPN client attempting to establish a connection and receives the following message: "Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the client Reason: The remote peer is no longer responding." The clients connection properties are identical to those of a successful conncetion made on...

    Jwk1150 pointsBadges:
  • cisco vpn client outbound through PIX

    Hi we havae a client in our company who needs to access his works VPN through our firewall. He is using the latest cisco vpn client. The client software was configured by somebody else,not by myself. I have opened the ports specified by the other person (tcp 10000) on our PIX firewall - but our...

    Andy119830 pointsBadges:
  • Crystal Report Print Engine API in Domino

    Hi, I would like to print crystal report using Print Engine API. As refer to some of the discussion, global.nsf & global32.lss are the example that requested to refere to, but I found that these 2 example are from older version of crystal report and Notes. The object that used in the Lotus Script...

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  • PIX – Allow UDP replies in.

    Hi All, The president of my company has started to use skype (www.skype.com). There is a function in the program to do file transfers. When we try that the program show that it has to relay the transfer and when it does that it limits the bandwith to 0.5kB/second. I've pasted the documentation that...

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  • Classes and Testing Pocedures

    Does anyone know of any class or classes offered by any companies on RS232, RS422, V.35, RS485, and G.703? Also does anyone know of any testing guidlines or procedures for these? Thanks

    Rxrobles0 pointsBadges:
  • Remote printing to local printer.

    I sign on to iSeries remotely using pool of IP addresses via Reflections so no constant IP address. I want to print native reports on my local printer which is not on the Network. This has to be truly native because I'm developing reports. Any ideas/experience?

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  • Beginners RRAS or ICS question

    I have a small business and would like to set up an area that currently has 5 (10 soon) XP home computers in it for tuitoring kids at our office. We have 1 Linksys router between the internet and our LAN. Would like to place an older win2000 server between this group and our LAN to completely...

    Civildude0 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2000 issues

    I seem to have 2 issues. Both are on the same setup. Windows 2000 Server running Exchange 2000. Both have all the latest patches and SP's. 1) Mail will flow inbound just fine. Some mail will flow outbound just fine. Certian addy's just have in the SMTP queue ( AOL,Yahoo, Bellsouth ). Other mail...

    Aclark950 pointsBadges:
  • Printing from AS/400 blocks sometimes.

    Dear all, since we moved from the former S36 OS to the new native AS400 OS, we experience some printing problems. Now and then the printer (Lexmark T630) suddenly stops printing the job (no out of paper here!). We have a workaround to go into the old S36 OS and give the command: S P,(old...

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