• Changing servers – GUID issues with Domain Name

    Hello all, Basically, we have an old windows 2000 small business server, which is running exchange, SQL, ISA and much more. So we are running out of space on a few of teh drives and considering that we are using RAID we cant just add a drive and repartition the C drive to get more space. So the...

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  • Enable EFS on a shared folder (XP — 2003)

    I would like to enable EFS on a shared folder located on a server from a client computer. Situation: I have a workstation running WinXP Pro SP2 fully patched and up-to-date named 'Workstation' and a server running Win2003 SP1 fully patched and up-to-date named 'Server' both members of a native 2003...

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  • Security on a Network Share using SBS 2003 – NTFS Partition

    Hello colleagues; I am trying to accomplish the following task 1) Avoid users to delete and move folders and files on a network share They should only be able to create, read, execute,write files and folders I have already created the group and deny delete and delete subfolder and files. This...

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  • Resticting QPGMR from selected objects (SOX related)

    Our security level is 30, but I have not found a way to restrict QPGMR from deleting a member in an audit file. Any help on this.

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  • Limiting Internet Access

    Hi there, I am running a Windows 2k based Network with active directory. No Exchange and Proxy server. I was wondering if there are alternatives to proxy server as I need to allow only certain websites during working hours and then full access during none working hours. I was thinking Wingate 2.0...

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  • Change Telnet port in Linux (Debian)

    Hello everybody. I'm not a Linux expert, and am looking for a way to securely communicate with a Linux machine via Telnet. To avoid sending user and pwd without encryption I'm going to open a ssh tunnel (with putty or plink) forwarding port 22 (ssh) on the linux machine to another port, in which...

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  • Group Policy…

    Hi, For designing AD,which of group policies force us to have more than one domain?(for example when we want to have two password policy we should have two domain) Could you please help me? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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  • OWA on SBS2003 Network Question

    I would like to switch the OWA IIS server from the main contraoller box in a SBS2003 network to a member server in the same network (currently being used as a TS server) What needs to be done and can it be done in this network environment? All help is greatly appreciated...

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  • Server configuration for an Exchange Server

    I am knew to Exchange Server and want to get a few questions answered from people using Exchange. I am looking to create an Exchange Sever that will serve 50-75 users. I have a few, hopefully basic, questions. First is the server itself. I was looking into a Dell server because the company already...

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  • Group Policy and Logon Script troubles

    I am trying to get folder redirection to work for user's My Documents folder through group policy. So far, this does not work as advertised. I've followed the procedures as outlined by Microsoft, and have checked numerous other articles regarding this. Has anyone out there got this working on their...

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  • Running a script at specified runtime

    I am creating an Oracle Developer form which will take the query created by the user and specified runtime (also by user) and saves it in two columns of a Oracle table. Is there a facility in oracle which can trigger off the saved query when the sysdate becomes equal to specified runtime? Thanks

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  • DTS Package information

    Hi all, I have many DTS jobs that copy files to my SQL server and import them into SQL tables. Is there a way to get a list of all jobs and what files they are accessing? In sysdtspackages there is an image column packagedata, I am guessing all info is in there but I can't seem to find anyway to...

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  • Email attachment filter – better than file extention.

    Does anyone know if there is some way to filter email attachements on a server that are a little harder to get past than simply renaming the file extention? I have people that rename file.exe to file.bob and my filter does not block this file. I know you can scan attachments for viruses in...

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  • Exchange 5.5 and AD 2003

    Did someone know how to connect an exchange 5.5 with an Active Directory 2003 Domain, the exchange server is installed on a windows 2000 server

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  • Group Policy-Internet Access

    I use the old trick of bogus settings for the proxy server in Group Policy. I have as an example: OU1-Internet Access OU2-No Access When I move anyone from the OU2 to OU1 to allow them access, the proxy address still remains in the settings. I can manually change it back, but cannot get it to do so...

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  • Windows OS Paging

    Generally if an operation in memory takes 1 second it will take approximately 1 month if it requires a page fault. I have a server with 8 GB physical RAM and 18 GB total with page file. My high water mark since the system booted is 2.948 GB. Windows 2003 Server Enterprise edition. Currently the...

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  • Two Domains in one Windows Server

    Hi, Can I configure two domains in one windows server

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  • Windows 2000 Server

    I get the following error on my Domain Server. Its used as a Frontend for our ERP and Common folder for users (around 130) in our Domain. Its a PIII 1 Ghz with Dual Processor with RAID 5. Searched the Net for the solution there is a solution of increasing MaxWorkItems in the Registry to 8192 (but...

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  • Can’t login as Administrator

    Hello Everybody, I can't login to adminstrator profile in my standalone win 2000 adv server. I use this system for my study purposes. What happened actually is when I was shuting my system, it got powered off because of some UPS problem and the next time when I logged in using Administrator, it...

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  • How to Limit what remote users can do

    Hi there, we use a Cisco VPN solution with windows IAS on 2003 servers. The clients connect via Cisco 4.x clients that authenticate to our Domain Controllers over RadiusIAS against their AD accounts. Problem is it's far too open. I am increasingly under pressure to allow 3rd party contractors vpn...

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