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    Windows Server 2003 R2 - when connecting remote drives in a terminal session, response is painfully slow. Any recommendations to improve performance? TIA Gary

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  • Network Resource Allocation cum Planning cum Technical Problem

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure-2

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • route mail with fax service in sbs 2003

    i have a sbs 2003 on my network and i configure him to get all the fax of my company, the only problem is that when i configure him to route all the incoming fax to some mail it does not seem to work, i check the event log and i get error 32083 and with this massage: Unable to route fax C:Documents...

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  • End Program – explorer.exe

    From the last few days I am facing this problem. When I shut down my Win 2000 Server(SP4) at the end of the day the end program-exlorer.exe dialog box comes up twice and it shuts down only after I click on the 2 end now buttons. Both end program dialog boxes are same and comes one after another....

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  • static ip is in the spam list

    HELLO ALL, My static ip is in the spam list. What should I do? Thanks a lot

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  • Can this be a hardware problem?

    There's this PC which reliably connects to the internet via the network, but does not reliably connect to the network itself. IPCONFIG /RELEASE, then /RENEW and /ALL indicate that the setup is correct. The cable disconnected icon never appears, but I tried a different cable anyway. I found I could...

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  • Event ID 13508 in microsoft windwos 2000 server

    Hi all I have a three servers with windows 2000 (service pack4 ) and its running active directory and DNS also. My global catalog server (PDC) am calling as server ?A? , others are server ?B? and server ?C?. These are two servers are acting as BDCs. One of the BDC?s Hard disk was crashed last week...

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  • Blocking music on internet connection

    Hi all, I have some internet users who listen to online radio stations. I have asked them not to do it, as I feel like it probably uses up a fair amount of bandwidth. Is this correct, or does it use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • T1 vs T3 vs 2 T1′s

    I currently have two offices that will become one big office. There will be at most 150 users. Each office currently has a T1 and we do not really have any problems since we also use a Packeteer Packetshaper. If someone wanted to increase the pipe, would they go from a T1 to a T3 or is that over...

    Kevins740 pointsBadges:
  • bgp inbound filter

    Does anyone have any experience configuring BGP filters? If so, here is my dilemma: One of our core routers is hooked up to ISP A via BGPv4 and is recieving the full routing table of which is in excess of 100,000 networks. I would like to have it recieve routes only from ISP A's AS, and NOT every...

    Ligmania0 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking Music on Internet connection

    Hi all, I have some internet users who listen to online radio stations. I have asked them not to do it, as I feel like it probably uses up a fair amount of bandwidth. Is this correct, or does is use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • Access point/router

    I would really like to know the detailed difference between a router and an access point. Do I need access points if i am going to set up a network and have two routers already? How can i use a router as an access point if that's possible? Please explain. Thanks

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  • IPSec VPN Connection

    Hi All, Let me explain my situation: Currently I am making use a PTPP VPN to connect to certain remote sites connected via dialup using VNC to access desktops for support issues. To do this I'm making use of dyndns dynamic ip service which allows me to map a hostname e.g. remotesite.dyndns.org to a...

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  • Network Speed

    Hi Ive just started a new job for a goverment based company in london as a assistant network administrator, this is my first job after my studying. What i have noticed is most of the computers are really slow, i was wondering if someone could help me out so maybe i could put a few points accross to...

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  • Domain Admin Group

    Does anybody know of a way to search our Active Directory to see what users are part of the Domain Admins Group. If so, what software and where do I get it. Thanks

    Vman660 pointsBadges:
  • Reg. PIX firewall/Proxy Server

    Hi all, Recently we have delegates from china for business purpose and they want to access their Lotus Notes mails from our office. But they are not able to connect to their servers in US as its in LAN and we have PIX as well as Squid Proxy in our office setup. But if they connect thro' dialup it...

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  • Intranet application speed…

    I have a web application written in asp.net running on a windows 2003 server. The application takes almost a minute to connect to the server and load the start page of the web site, as well as many other pages, before finding the site. This problem does not happen when simply browsing the web, only...

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  • NMAP IN WIRELESS

    Hello, Can any one explain me what is NMAP , how NMAP works and how to use it. Kind Regards, Gopal.

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  • Loadsharing between two ISPs

    dear sir, I am looking for a load sharing solution between 2 leased lines for 2 different ISPs the diagram goes lke this: LAN-->Cisco Pix-->Router-->2 leased lines. can load-sharing be done at the router without extra configuration at the providers side? can CEF (cisco express forwarding)...

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