• Denying Internet Access to User on Network

    I have a PC on our network that has more than one user. I know how to deny access to the PC itself, but I would like one user be able to access our network, but not the internet. The other user to access both. The server is running Win2003SBS, the PC is running WinXP. I am pretty sure this is...

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  • user password auditing

    We have recently purchased LC5 to perform password audits to discover weak passwords. The documentation indicates to use PWDUMP3 to extract password hashes from the Active Directory. I have looked everywhere and cannot find a legitimate site to download this tool nor can I find documentation. Has...

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  • Windows 2000 / 2003 Server Log Management

    Hi All, I am an IT Security Administrator of my company. i need to audit more than 100 Windows servers for systems logs, event logs , anti virus server logs almost every month. I am looking out for automated tools that can help me make my work easier. A product with a good reporting tool will be...

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  • how can an application disable/enable a user account in active directory??

    How can a fingerprint reader be used to disable/enable a user account?? Could I use a VBscript to do this?

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  • Prefferred Anti Virus Program?

    Hi All, Can i get any suggestions on what you consider being the BEST Anti virus software with not much hassles! The 2 i`m most interested in is Norton and Mcafee? Any 3rd party app will also be greatly appreciated! I had Norton 2005 Internet Security on my PC,1.7GHZ AMD,Win XP SP2, 384MG RAM and...

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  • Windows 2000 Active Directory customizer

    I am working on a Windows 2000 Active Directory and am trying to achieve the following: 1. Users are not allowed to logon to more than 1 PC 2. The PCs must autoshutdown after some idle time, even during logoff 3. Keep track of each user's login duration 4. All logon accounts should be disabled on...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design and computer science and I'm wondering if ECPI or any...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad-2

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design, internet security and computer science and I'm wondering...

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  • Pix Firewall and Proxy Server

    I need to allow only one IP address (the one for proxy server) to browse through Pix firewall to Internet. What will be the commands in PIX firewall to block the traffic to Internet from all the network 10.2.1.x but only allow 10.2.1.10 (Proxy server). All other computers will use proxy server...

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  • Windows 2000 Server logs

    Hi All, Basically i want to monitor all the activities of my administrators. Is there any way I can find out all the activities on a Windows 2000 Server eg:- success / failure logs ,which users had logged on to a server , user creation time ,service stopped at what time, what scripts have been...

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  • IT Security

    Hi all, Thanks to all those who answered to my question"FTP sites" Can anyone of you let me know about the available products that we can use for our organisations IT security..Also let me know what products are available to find out vulnerabilities in a network. Appreciate your response. Thanks...

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  • Fortinet All in One Security Appliance

    Hi, Anyone familiar with Fortinet Aplliance? They claim to be leading vendore providing Firewall, IPS , Intrusion detection, VPN etc. solution in one single unit at low cost. Although our security engineer is pushing for the proiduct but i have many reservation about the integraity and fear of...

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  • Reporting domain/workgroup membership on your LAN using PERL

    This is more of an FYI. I just posted a perl script that I use to generate a daily report of all Workstations and Servers located on our LAN. This report is sorted by domain/workgroup membership and includes any visible shares on the machine. If anyone is interested you can read it here:...

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  • Need guidiance from pros already into the game

    Hi, I am a United Stated Marine stationed overseas since 2003, majoring in Information technology with National University. I am still an idiot in the field and thats why i joined this group. To get a glance of what to ecpect in the future. I am asking for your help in guiding me through whatever...

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  • Local Admin & passwords

    We have recently switched to allowing only Power User rights on notebook computers. We have a set of notebooks we loan out to employees with desktops when they need to travel. Currently those users will login with an account named loaner and use scripts and webmail to access the network. Discussion...

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  • OWA using SelfSSL and Certificate Services removal

    Hey there... I am curretly running Exchange 2003 on W2k3 member server. I installed Certificate Services and produced my own certificate and all works well with OWA. I recently found out that SelfSSL is available but not quite as robust, which would probably be good. I removed Cert services and was...

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  • module moves on i5

    I wanted to check on a possible solution for a problem we have run into with our module moves. Cause of audit requirements we can't have pgmr's in the productions systems. So as a work around I have them creating their code in sourclib on the test partition then I have operations copying it into a...

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  • Detection of ActiveX & other Mobile code

    Hi ! I am trying to extend the functionality of a squid-based proxy to filter out ActiveX, JavaScripts and mobile code in general, from the web pages users will download. I am trying to make it an "intelligent" filter, in the sense of not just plainly removing the <OBJECT> tags from the page,...

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  • NTFS permissions

    I have a Ntfs folder on windows2000 advanced server.I want to set rights like users can't delete any files or folders from this folder.Same time they can able to save&changes in that folder. how can i do this.

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  • IT Tech Assistant/No Admin Rights

    I have hired a new IT support person, and I wanted to give him access to restart services ex: Print services, in my absense which occasionally needs resetting. Is their a way to give someone strict access to only restart services?

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