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  • How many OU can be created in Lotus Notes?

    How many OU can be created in Lotus Notes 7

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  • One OU should have stricter password password policies than the others

    We want one OU on a 2003 AD domain to have a strict password policy that will lock out a user for 10 minutes on the third bad password. I would also like to alert the administrator on duty. How can we do this?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure outlook to reply with the same email address as the recipient address with multiple accounts

    Our client has 1 SBS server with Exchange. Each user (obviously) has their own email address. The business has multiple branches/offshoots - most of which also have their own domain name. (This is so the company can easily be split up if and when the owner wishes to do so.) For arguments sake lets...

    Moa25 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus notes

    is there any limitation on server creation under one OU (organisational unit)

    Ssytemadmincadbury10 pointsBadges:
  • Hide disabled user accounts in AD folder permissions

    I want to hide disabled users from the Advanced search option when adding security permissions. I have several disabled user accounts that I don’t want to delete, but don’t particularly want to see every time I change permissions on something. Also I don’t want to hide them in the “Active...

    Davant40 pointsBadges:
  • AD Users and Computers search question

    I’m the administrator for a small career school chain in charge of the student network. I’ve set up a domain with a DC at each campus, connected by our private WAN. I’ve created a tree of OUs in AD with one for each campus. In each campus is an OU for Faculty, an OU for Staff and an OU for...

    LarrySiedentop5 pointsBadges:
  • Move or delete a protected OU

    The default option "Protect container from accidental deletion" was selected when I created an OU in the wrong place. So how can I move or delete the OU now? Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • WSUS and GPO: How to get the Domain Admin Account to update from Microsoft

    Hello and thanks for looking and possible helping I have a Win Server 2003 R2 Service pack 2 Running WSUS 3.1.6001.65 My Active Directory is on a Win Server 2003 R2 service Pack 2 64 bit My issue is I implemented the Wsus server and the IT Director wants to be able to log into a computer with an...

    Zwulfke15 pointsBadges:
  • Trust relationship

    I want to let users from Domain A to use resources on Domain B. Domain A reside at a different Forest than Domain B. I want to limit acces to a spicified OU. Question; What should i setup? - Firewall -DNS -Sites and services -Trust relkationsheap Thanks and regards.

    NVT45 pointsBadges:
  • Printers assigned by GPO don’t show

    Actually, this is more complicated. Running Win2003 Srv R2. I created a GPO that assigns a printer to a particular OU. In the OU I put a Group that has a certain number of users. When the user logs on to the machine, though, the printers don't show. HOWEVER, if the user logs on remotely via RDP,...

    Nharel5 pointsBadges:
  • Setup a user to manage user accounts in one Organizational Unit and no others

    How can I setup a user in MS2003 to manage user and computer accounts in a single OU? They should not be able to move users between OUs.

    Dppatri10 pointsBadges:
  • Block Net.exe and *.xls Files

    AOA Dear all, i am using server 2003. I have made different OU in our domain. Now i want to block net.exe and other program like *.xls,*.doc files. The purpose of these files is that i want to block net send command centerally. please tell me complete procedure how i am block these files extension...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
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