• Printserver Solution

    Hi There, I have 2 sites seperated over WAN and Firewalls which require to communicate vice-versa for printing. There are several printers located in each site so was wondering for a solution wherein 2 printservers at either location talk to each other through the firewall and do the needful for...

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  • Migrating from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

    Good Morning All! I need some help on "How to Migrate" an Exchange 5.5 server running on NT4 to a new computer running 2003 server and Exchange 2003. This only a one Domain network and it is running AD on a Windows 2000 network. If someone and can tell me all the steps neccessary to have a...

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  • SQL Server 2005

    I just installed SQL Server 2005 (Standard Edition) on a Windows Server 2003. I still have SQL Srever 2000 and I used the export utility to copy a database from one of my SQL 2000 server to my new SQL 2005 server. Everything copied over and tables were created. The database is there for me to see...

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  • SBS2000 and Exchange

    I have an SBS2000 server which I am trying to replace with a new SBS2003 Server. Due to certain issues I tried to upgrade the 2000 box to SBS2003 but this would not complete due to not being able to locate all Domain Controllers. Whilst I believe this to be an error, it has resulted in a problem...

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  • Windows 2003 Server Disconnected Network Drive

    I am moving a working application to Win 2003 Server, from XP Pro. The Task is started from a remote server to the Win 2003 Server. It starts a job which tries to access a network drive. This network drive is connected prior to the job starting, and yet as soon as job starts it goes to...

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  • Connecting remote drives in Terminal Services

    Windows Server 2003 R2 - when connecting remote drives in a terminal session, response is painfully slow. Any recommendations to improve performance? TIA Gary

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  • MS Open Licenses.

    I need to purchas a 5 user CAL for Terminal Server 2003 and I ran accross MS Open Licenses which seem to be cheaper than the regular options by a couple hundred dollars. I researched Open Licenses online and it seems they are legit, but when I asked the online seller they said the only difference...

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  • information about sms 2003 server

    hello friends, i want to know about SMS 2003 server in telecom company. what is the basic requirenment ? how to install and configure it ? how does it works ? Thanks and regards, jigar vyas (Telecom and Network engineer)

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  • Windows Server 2003 Small Business Edition, Premium

    I'm going to get a new server with Windows Server 2003 Small Business Edition, Premium. I need 5 of my employees to be able to use remote desktop. Dell has told me that this version of the OS will not support this. Is this true?

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  • Database BackUp

    Hi e'rybody! I have recently started my new task as a Database Administrator in SQL 2000 after attending a week course DB administration. Well, we have our back ups running through the DB Maintanance and have noticed that some back ups increase too quick in size and as a result an average database...

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  • Read Only Document Question

    Scenario: We have a Word document that is our Facility Calendar. The secretary updates it as requested with meetings, seminars, etc. The problem: When someone else has the document open, she cannot save changes she makes. She then has to email everyone and tell them to close the document. Details:...

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  • Local LAN Vulnerabilities and Open Ports NAT

    QUESTION: How someone would go about exploiting a vulnerability within a LAN sitting behind a router running NAT/NAPT...where would you start? Hacking the open port? Routing Tables? Accessing remote administration on the modem? (disable NAT)?? bah... MY SYSTEM/SETUP: I have 1 XP SP2 Machine running...

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  • LAN vulnerability behind a Router – with firewall – connected to the Ineternet (Through an Open Port!)

    Hi, I would just like some reassurance: I have a Router on my LAN that connects all host PCs to each other and the internet. Qu: How exposed is my LAN behaind the Router that has a port open for internet access (and in future anther for remote desktop terminal connection) would a port scanner see...

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  • Outlook and Windows Firewall

    I have a workstation running XP SP2 and Outlook 2002. Outlook is configured to communicate with an Exchange server. Recently, Outlook has been operating as though the necessary Windows Firewall program exception and registry entry have not been made. New emails do not appear without first clicking...

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  • Blocking IM with a firewall

    I have a client that wants to block their staff from using MsN, Yahoo, AOL and IRC messaging at the office. I have a netgear FSV318 does port blocking, etc. What ports should be blocked to do this or is there another way?

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  • Network Resource Allocation cum Planning cum Technical Problem

    This is the real commercial problem face by my company. Well, the reason I ask this problem is I salute and respect all of you as I believe all of you are as good as network solution company out there, or even better!! Lets me rephrase the entire problem again. Company expand so fast that the IT...

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  • Network Printing over VPN

    Hello, I am currently having an issue printing to network printers over our new site-to-site VPN tunnels. We have two remote networks with a couple HP network printers and the AS/400 cannot connect to them. I also cannot ping computers on the remote networks but all the computers can connect to the...

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  • Citrix on Windows 2003 Virtual server….

    As an Application Support group, we are working with our IS folks to transition from a Windows NT4/Citrix environment (that our world wide users use to access the application which uses an Oracle database)to a Windows 2003/Virtual Server/Citrix environment. The Win2003/Virtual machine environment...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure-2

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

    Hunkgym5 pointsBadges:

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