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  • Denying Windows network access

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    Our company has a share called "ClientStore" where we store all client information. Within the "ClientStore" folder we have a letter for each letter in the alphabet. Then we have another folder with the client's company name within the folder that the client's company name starts with. Then we have...

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    How can I allow a user to access a shared folder by using Active Directory? I want only this user to be able to save data in this folder and to do so from any computer.

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    I am on a Windows Server 2003 environment and I am currently working on folder permissions. Here is a small diagram of folders: Folder A / B C / / D E F G I am trying to deny deleting folders A, B and C but still allow users below that level to delete and perform permission changes. The problem is...

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  • Determining RTO and RPO

    What questions can be posed or analysis can be done to determine RTO? What questions can be posed or analysis can be done to determine RPO?

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    what is a status code 50 in netbackup?

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  • How do I know if my patches have actually been implemented?

    When I patch my Windows servers, how do I ensure that the patches have actually been implemented?

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    From our Windows Server 2003 Web server, we are using Windows certification services for issuing certificates for our clients. After issuing the certificate to the client, the certificates are stored in the server. Is there any way to delete the issued certificates from the server? Do they pose a...

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  • MAC Addresses

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  • Cisco pix501 VPN at home.

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    I'm working on a project which is on the Ethernet switch. I'm totally new to it. Could you help me with access control lists (ACL), Quality of Service (QoS), and packet filtering concepts in detail? I find it difficult writing test cases for it.

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  • Unauthorised access to Email and internet banking

    Is it possible that someone could hack into an email account (without changing your passwords), send and recieve emails from your hotmail account while making it look like it came from your IP address, set up fake dating site profiles in your name (with all of your details, photographs etc) , and...

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  • My current network Challenge

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