• Blocking access to local Drive Win XP Server 2003 GPO

    I recently found a way to access a local drive that is supposed to be hidden using group policy. I configured the policy to block the c: drive which works great - the drive is not listed in any program or my computer. The issue is this. If I open Notepad, Word, or most any application and choose...

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  • Mail Appliance

    Good Day All, I would like an advice on the best hardware solution for a mail appliance. I have viewed several products Fortinet, Netmax, Sonicwall, MXtreme Mail Firewall ? etc. Also, it would be preferred if the license is based on the box itself not the number of users, can handle multi-domain,...

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  • SQL 2005 Restore

    Hello, Yesterday at 1400 I started a restore of a very small database. It is now 0745 on the next day and it is still in the RESTORING state. It can't take this long. Does anyone know what I can do??? I need to get this database back up, even if it is the version before the restore. Any help ASAP...

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  • Windows XP Policies..

    I have a problem with users copying files from their local workstation to a USB memory stick, floppys and at times burn CDs with company files. Is there any way I can deny access to these peripherals? Currently, the users are not administrators of their local machines and are just users.

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  • Find ISP that does not have port 25 blocked or another SMTP server for own DNS?

    I need to either find an ISP that does not have port 25 blocked or an SMTP mail server in Southern California that allows you to use your own DNS. Earthlink is a pain !Any ideas ? Please advise. Thanks. Best Regards, syscameleon888

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  • Weird Exchange Issue still hanging around

    Not sure if anyone here has experienced this or is still having this issue but I am having a heck of a time getting this resolved. Here is the issue: We have Exchange 2003 sp2 on Windows 2k SP4 and we can not send e-mails to certain domains. I have tried setting these domains as seperate connectors...

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  • Symantec Email Proxy error and TCP/IP crash

    I have a problem with Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition and TCP/IP on a number of laptops (cached profiles) in a Windows 2003 AD. When a user logs on to the machine they get an error message with the title "Symantec Email Proxy", no text, Red X graphic and an OK button. This error message...

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  • Is there a way in ISA server 2004 for nating a pool of valid address to lan…

    Hi, In a router we can define a pool of our valid addresses and define an access-list for our lan addresses and NAt this access-list by valid pool address and overload it. Can I do it in ISA when I don't have a router device? Bacause now I just use of one valid ip address in my ISA and every body...

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  • Windows Server 2003 Web Edition Configuration

    I have been out of the web development arena for a few years and decided to brush up on new technology. I installed Windows Server 2003 Web Edition on my home domain and placed the machine in the DMZ. I published a basic page and all works well. I published a standard template forum from Frontpage...

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  • Proccess keep running. Cant find a solution

    Hi, I have SQL Server 2000 SP4 running on a server with 2GB RAM , 18GB free in the DB disk and 2.3 GB free in the OS disk. It was running normally til 2 days ago. Now I have processes (dtss and jobs) running for 2 days. I tried to stop sqlServerAgent, but it happened again. What may be wrong? How...

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  • Managing SQL 2000 server over the internet

    I have an SQL 2000 server behind a firewall. I have set the ports to be forward to this server. I would like to manage this server from home using enterprise manager. How can I accomplish this.

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  • Wake-On-LAN / Cisco Mac address-tables

    Recently I scheduled my computers to power on using Wake-On-LAN. There seems to be an issue with some of the computers not turning on. All the computers have identical hardware and have the same BIOS settings. I did some investigation and I noticed that the computers that were not turning on did...

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  • Lotus Notes Incident Response

    Hi, I should start by saying that I come from an Exchange background so the Lotus email environment is still a bit new to me...but I've been tasked to put together a checklist for Lotus Notes Incident Response and am wondering if anyone is willing to share incident response guidelines or...

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  • Exchange/OWA Password Change error

    We are getting IIS error 5 when users are trying to change their password through OWA. I've deleted and recreated the virtual PWD directory in IIS with sucess once but the problem has reappeared and it doesn't help this time. Running 2k3 server sp1 and 2k3 Exchange sp2 Mcafee Groupsheid for...

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  • Securing Public Wireless

    I have more of a theory or concept type question. My place of work offers free wireless internet to customers. One costomer asked me if it were a secured connection. I have no WEP (which in insecure anyway) or WAP1/2 or anything else. Question 1: If one customer is surfing the internet through the...

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  • Wireless connection unable to browse Internet

    I run a Windows 2003 Server LAN, with Windows XP clients. All machines are members of the LAN and Group Policy is in place. The LAN uses DHCP with DNS servers and gateway specified. Notebooks that are part of the domain, when connected to the network (wired or wireless)have no problems accessing...

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  • malformed packet alert

    I get this message from my router every 2 minuets or so. I tried blocking to ports that it attacks and the IP but the major issue is that, that IP is a broadcast IP, so i don't know where it is coming from. What my question is, is how do is stop these alerts (short of removing my e-mail from the...

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  • Routing Between Subnets and between networks

    1.I have two separe networks 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0 ,they r physicall connected. What should i configure and where to configure so that host of each network can connect to other host in other network. 2.I have two separe Subnets(after subnetting a class B network),they r physicall connected....

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  • Remote Authentication to AD Server

    Our main site uses Active Directory, but our small remote sites do not; users up to this point had no need to log on to the domain. Now, we have a remote user that needs to log on to the domain. How do I point him there? What will I need at the AD end? Sites are connected via DSL. Prior to my...

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  • Viewing SQL2005 Stored Procedure Code(DataReader)

    We have a developer team that has been accustomed to viewing stored porcedure code through Enterprise Manager in SQL2000. We noticed that when having the same DataReader rights in SQL Management Studid(SQL2005) they cannot view the stored procedure code. Is this a bug in SQL2005 or is there another...

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