• mapped drive

    Hi, i have a problem with a mapped dirve problem. at work there is a mapped drive called G:Apps and its permissions are set to 'everyone' read, write , execute. Thing is on the localmachine when a user logs in i keep getting the error message "Unable to re-connect a network drive" but if i change...

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  • Windows Server 2000

    I recently had a Win 2k domain controller crash on our network. Because it died I was not able to dcpromo it out of it's dc role. Even though it was physically removed from the network, it is still showing up in the domain controllers container on the root dc. Is there any way to clean this up?...

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  • wireless Laptop cannot see other computers on network behind WRT54G router

    I am having a problem with my home network. I can share files and the printer with the 2 desktops (wired) and can "push" a file to the laptop from either desktop. But I cannot get the laptop (wireless) to see either desktop or share the printer. The laptop will ping both computers both by IP and...

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  • Command line does not work

    I have a win2k machine that does not recognize any network command I type at the command line, I mean ping, ipconfig, tracert etc... Does anybody has a fix for that? Your input would be very much appreciated. Regards

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  • Network Size

    What is the size in nodes of the following terms: Small Network, Mid-Size Network, Large Network? I'm buying some switches for my network and the technical specs read that that are designed for Small to Mid-sized networks. I want to know what the breakdown is. ty, Pat

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  • Wireless University

    I work at a large, urban university. We are looking to upgrade our whole IT infrastructure. We hired a consultant group and they feel it will take a quarter of a billion dollars to accomplish it. I want to find cheap, faster, better ways to upgrade. Also, I want to serve students, faculty and...

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  • Connecting to a satellite uplink through a wireless link between two buildings.

    We are having a very strange problem, We have linked two buildings of one of our customers using a wireless point to point link. The customer is using a satellite connection to get to the internet at building "A" through a router/switch. All workstations on this end can see each other and connect...

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  • Restricted access to win XP professional

    I have a small WORKGROUP with windows 2000 server and 5 windows XP professional systems. All computers can read/write each other. Now I want to make one XP client secure/restric access, so that no other computer can access that except only other XP computer. How can I do that? Please advise. Thanks...

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  • VPN tunneling protocols confusing me.

    Hi, I m really confused in this VPN topic, I have no clear view of VPN. Randomly i read the material, and from that study, i raised confusiong between different type of tunneling protocols. Can anybody help me for clearing my confusion for L2tp, pptp, gre, ipsec, l2f, ssl .. and many more protocols...

  • can’t compose or receive mails

    hello everyone, i work in an organisation that works as ISPs .we also provide web hostig ,mail service etc.we have firewall installed. my problem is that i can't check my mails and compose them.if someone mail me for the first time or sometimes for 2-3 days i can get that but after some days my...

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  • VPN connection problem from WinXP to Windows Server 2003.

    I have configured a Windows Server 2003 to accept incoming VPN-connections behind a firewall. The firewall forwards port 1723 to the server. When I try to connect with a WinXP Pro desktop via the internet (the server has a public IP at the firewall), I get an errormessage (number 691) that the...

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  • IP Addressing

    I have a network with a 255.255.255.128 Subnet mask inherited from a previous IT Manager. I am running short of IP Addresses and want to change the IP structure. If I leave the range of IP addresses alone but start changing the static IP addesses to a 255.255.255.0 subnet mask and then finally the...

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  • Small Office setup

    Dear All, I'm about the plan the reorganisation of a NGO office. Here is the existing conf: - 1 main office with 20 users - workstation P3, 64MB RAM, 20go HDD, Win98, Office 2K - standalone UPS - ADSL connection to Internet @1024/128 - Alcatel speedtouch 150 - 1 server - SBS 2000 + exchange 2K +...

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  • Microsoft: Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT)

    Hi, I want to migrate a couple of users, computers and groups from an Windows NT 4.0 Domain to Active Directory (Windows 2003 NATIVE MODE Domain). The migration is not for the entire NT Domain, is only a group of users and computers from this one. I had used ADMT on a single forest to reorganize...

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  • Network Communications with different logins.

    I am having a strange problem now that I have the win2k Adv Server setup with Active Directory. The online RPG I use seems to experience some type of network connection issue with the internet servers while I am logged in as a user on the domain. However, when I log in locally as admin, the RPG...

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  • how DNS works

    hello everybody, can you tell me ,how DNS works? i know the theorotical aspects that it is a large database distributed on a no. of servers etc. but i don't know how practically it is implemented,what softwares are used to implement it and how can i access it ,if i have it implemented.i have heard...

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  • how to choose unmanaged switch?

    there are lot of unmanaged switch vendors, so choice is very difficult. can you recommend me. how to choose unmanaged switch?

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  • Windows XP Home Connectivity Issue

    My client has a small wireless network without a domain and primarily use Windows 2000 on their workstations. Recently, they purchased a couple of Sony laptops with Windows XP Home and I was able to connect these laptops to each other and the Windows 2000 PC. They recently added a Dell Dimension...

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  • Windows 98 and ACtive Directory Printing

    Hi A customer of ours has a few Win98 client pcs. And they have just upgraded their SBS to a new 2003 SBS. Now that they have their AD up and running again, they asked if they can have their 98pc's print to this network printer. Since they can't join the domain or anything (as far as I know) how...

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  • Non system disk errors

    I keep getting non system disk errors on old boxes that i am testing. Does this mean there is no operating system on the boxes. or do i need a boot disk. these errors happen when i boot the machines up. they do not even make it to the welcome screen.

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