• Block Net.exe and *.xls Files

    AOA Dear all, i am using server 2003. I have made different OU in our domain. Now i want to block net.exe and other program like *.xls,*.doc files. The purpose of these files is that i want to block net send command centerally. please tell me complete procedure how i am block these files extension...

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  • Datapower Utilization

    How can Datapower be used in DMZ?

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  • Duplicate file names in Windows Server 2003

    I need Windows Server 2003 folders to allow uploading duplicate file names. An example of a file that would be in this folder is mytest.txt file. Someone would have a newer version but would keep the same file name. I need them to have access to overwrite the existing file without any prompts, and...

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  • Deny Permission for other users to Open Other User’s Folder – Outlook 2003

    How do you 'deny' permission for other users in the same Organizational Unit in Exchange 2003 to view/open other users folders in Outlook 2003?

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  • Maintain History of Folder/File Accessing

    Dear all, is there any tool for windows network that tell you the creator of the Folder and File and maintian all history of the active directory users. The problem is that i have shared three folder on the window server2003. Different user access these folder and place their data in it. i want to...

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  • Limiting users to one concurrent login in Active Directory

    We wish our users to login once only to one PC. Microsoft say we can only do this by limiting them to one designated machine, this is not possible for us. We need to know that if a particular user did something we can rely on the audit trail. We understand this may get tricky with Citrix use....

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  • Cookies

    How the information in the cookies are encrypted and by which encryption method?

    Sangay635 pointsBadges:
  • Link state down for Exchange 2003 RGC

    Exchange 2003 RGC shows link state down for time to time to Bridgehead server and no mails flow even we are able to ping and telnet to the destination bridgehead server. We normally restart the SMTP to resolve this issue. Kindly let me know why this happens and any resolution.

    Shiv120 pointsBadges:
  • Denying Windows network access

    I run a computer lab in a high school. We have a multi-platform environment with 12 XP Pro machines, six Windows 2000 machines and eight Vista Home machines. We are experiencing problems with students accessing class folders and deleting files. All students log in as student. I need a strategy to...

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  • Can I use a GPO to stop users from changing information in Windows folders?

    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 access to shared folders with Active Directory?

    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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  • How do I deny delete permissions?

    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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  • 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?

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Do old certificates pose a security threat?

    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

    How can I locate a stolen desk top being used on the internet if I have got the MAC Address for the onboard network adaptor card

    Mozie10 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco pix501 VPN at home.

    A question submitted on SearchNetworking.com I just got IPSEC passthru working. IPSEC passthru is the most important feature because from home I have to VPN back to ASA at work. I would also like when I'm at work to VPN back to my home (VPN the other way that terminates on my pix 501) This should...

    ITKE366,420 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Lucy15 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting Accounts

    I want to configure an account limiting its abilities to: 1)It cant install any application 2)restrictions on web 3)Accessing my local drives (eg D:) not the Windows Partition

    Sangay635 pointsBadges:
  • Can I encrypt BlackBerry email with the certificate used in Outlook?

    We are trying to implement an email encryption solution for our users. Our environment is Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook 2003. Top management at our company use BlackBerry. We chose the VeriSign Digital IDs certificate to encrypt and sign email with S/MIME in Outlook 2003. We would like to...

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:

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