• Can Japanese XP Pro work w/Exchange 2003

    I setup Exchange 2003, mixed mode, to support 9 workstations and the server. During the install process, 3 workstations were identified for Japanese use. Management had purchased 3 new XP Pro Japanese CPUs. Further instruction was to use MSOffice Outlook 2000 but allow users access to SHard...

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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 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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  • Servers preventing NEW connections from remote clients

    Hey all, I have an interesting problem and hope that someone can help resolve it. At the minimum, I have to reboot one or more of my servers at the main site because all of my remote users located across a direct T1/VPN tunnel can no longer get connections to the server with the exception of being...

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  • Reg. POP3 Service….

    Hii Everybody, I have installed Active dir. with win server 2003 and Exchange server, in my home PC for practice purpose using loopback adaptor.... My problem is that using microsoft webmail i am able to send and receive the mails, but using Outlook express i can not..... i checked POP3 and SMTP...

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  • Microsoft exchange 2003

    Hi guys, i just got a contract in a new company tha wants to start using microsoft exchange 2003. could you kindly explain how to go about cinstalling and configuring their network for exchange. thank you

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  • VLANS

    Hi guys, cold anyone please explain what VLANS are and how and when to implement it in a network. Thank You

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  • Cisco Newbie

    Hello, I have a Cisco 1721 as my Internet router. It is configured with access-lists to pre-filter Internet traffic,and NAT. I need to setup MUPVN on a Firebox Soho6tc, but need to first allow the traffic through the Cisco router. What protocols and ports need to be open on the Cisco router 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

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  • Pix Question

    have a PIX 501 that creates a VPN tunnel direct to our home site. right now we have another company that rents space from us and wants to use our DSL line (our needs are low when the renters are there and we are talking 1-2 pcs max.) my question is can you create a second VPN tunnel to the renters...

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  • roaming profiles

    about six months ago we updated out remote site routers. well since the updats if we have roaming profiles it takes 10 min to a hour to logon. because it is downloading the my docs from the network to the local PC. does anyone know of a way around this besides turning off roaming profiles. thanks

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  • Logging in to domain with batch file

    I use batch files to map drives when a user logs into our Windows2003 domain. Each user has their own POP3 email account in Outlook (XP), so the PST files are on the individual workstations. I need to back them up daily to the network and do this by calling a separate batch file from with the login...

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  • Cisco Router Configuration Help

    I have Cisco 2811 router in a local office and in a remote office. I am attempting to configure this routers to support the following: a) Site to Site VPN connectivity between two routers b) Local office router to support web server, email server and ftp server. I have subscribed to SBC's DSL...

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  • loging to long

    we have a winserver 2003 we use a 16ports vpn linksys router switch, but the autentication period is to long over a minute, how we can fix that? we had other routers and is the same problem with out autentication to the server the workstations log on in less than 10 seconds, and also after 8 hours...

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  • Drive mappings come and go

    I installed a new server: Windows 2003 Server, using Active Directory. Clients are all WinXP Pro. At each workstation, I mapped drive P: to point to the accounting data on the server. Everything was working fine. A few days later, I did the Symantec Client Security upgrade as a managed system with...

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  • changing trunk protocol on cisco switches

    Anyone who has done a change on trunk protocol in a live 24/7 environment. My main question is if all trunks will go down during the change? The net consist of 7 switches and on one of them is an tftp server from which I hope that I can download the configs needed. If all switches are in a long...

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  • Network Issue.

    Hi. I am running a network, and have setup a small room with 12 PC's. The room is gonna be used for research, but there is only 1 network port coming in (10meg. So, i have a 8 port hub, and a small switch. 8 of my PC's are on the network,, on the hub, but the other 4 are not. I get a link light on...

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  • Composing a network-switches and routers

    I am looking for information to help me decide whether to buy a larger Switch or larger Router? I think I need to get all equipment on the same device? I have a small business network with 2 desktops, 3 to 4 laptops, 2 multifunction Printer/Fax/copy/scanners via USB dedicated to PC?s; 1 USB Photo...

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  • Exposing an IP Address

    One of my customers wants to use a software vendor who insists on having the IP address of the server which will host his software. he says this is so he can apply daily updates to the software. I am not comfortable exposing the IP addresses of any machine of the network and need some assistance in...

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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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