• Windows XP Home Connectivity Issue

    My client has a small wireless network without a domain and primarily use Windows 2000 on their workstations. Recently, they purchased a couple of Sony laptops with Windows XP Home and I was able to connect these laptops to each other and the Windows 2000 PC. They recently added a Dell Dimension...

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  • Windows 98 and ACtive Directory Printing

    Hi A customer of ours has a few Win98 client pcs. And they have just upgraded their SBS to a new 2003 SBS. Now that they have their AD up and running again, they asked if they can have their 98pc's print to this network printer. Since they can't join the domain or anything (as far as I know) how...

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  • Nessus no longer free

    No sure how many know this, but this was just posted on SearchSecurity.com (haven't seen it anywhere else): http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid14_gci1034903,00.html Comments?

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  • Nessus no longer free-2

    No sure how many know this, but this was just posted on SearchSecurity.com (haven't seen it anywhere else): http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid14_gci1034903,00.html

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  • Information Security

    1. Could you please send me a portal policy template as we are about to rollout same. Thanks 2. Please send me FTP policy template. I wil then customize it to our environment

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  • Spybot and Searchmbilecomputing.com

    I recently installed spybot on my computer and set it to "Display dialog when blocking" bad cookies, etc. When I am on the searchcomputing.com website, I noticed that the frequency of messages informing me that "bad" cookies are being blocked increases significantly. My question is why this is so...

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  • How can I resolve a GUID name to its CN Object Name?

    Hello. I'm a System Administrator on a network with 190 Sites. When I make diagnostic for domain partition replication with "repadmin" tool. I got some sites with old replication date. But it only show the GUID name for those old dates. For example my last diagnostic give back this: Caching GUIDs....

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  • Running more than one anti-spyware tool

    I've recently been talking to some IT security professionals about the absence of a single tool that can fix all of their spyware problems. It seems that to get most of the spyware off of a Windows system you need to run more than one spyware checker, and you need to run them in a certain order....

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  • VPN from one house to the other

    Hi I'm trying to get my parents house and hoiday home to connect through a vpn so he can still do his work whenever my mom ain't watching or taking his laptop so he should rest :) And what I want to nkow is is it possible with just two xp or 2k machines? They have DSL at both sides but the routers...

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  • Network Design Development

    How do I create a network design for a large business? The following is the scenario and the requirements, I need so help please. An Ice Cream Factory with 5 stores, citywide and has connectivity to the corporate office in Austin. Each store is responsible for maintaining its inventory locally, but...

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  • who integrated Domino Admin Server Monitoring in CA Unicenter NSM Console?

    We only want one monitor in our IT production environment: CA Unicenter NSM Console. Therfore we want that all irregular events of Domino Administrator Server Monitoring are sent to CA Unicenter NSM Console. Has anybody done this or can give hints or tips? Thanks a lot.

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  • Firewall MIME content types

    Now and then I recieve complaintes that users can't access web content and it's because my firewall has blocked it based on content types such as the one today, application/vnd.ms.wms-hdr.asfv1 How can I determine if this MIME content is safe and if there are no known hacks so that I can remove the...

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  • HELP!

    Network Layout We have 26 branch offices connected back to headoffice via VPN. We run a single Windows 2000 domain with DC's at each branch. Branch employees logon to systems using a common username/password due to the change in staff and shift work. Users want to securely store their documents on...

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  • Desktop or Personal Firewalls

    1) How can an application detect that a Desktop or Personal Firewall is blocking a port or binary image? 2) Also, how can application get vendor specific information about the running firewall? Thanks for you help

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  • Moving DNS outside

    We are moving DNS services outside and I would like to learn more about how to set this up. We currently have AD Integrated DNS server, Primary DNS server, and Secondary DNS servers set up in our AD domain. We have 2 Domain Controllers, one on Windows 2003 w/Exchange 2003 w/GC, and one Windows 2000...

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  • Event viewer err Msg.

    Good day, 1.In our organisation, we are using windows2000 smallbusiness server with EXCHANGE , ISA server and DNS configured. but all the client pc's are given static ip address instead of dynamic ip. will this create any problem ? daily i'm receiving many application error logs.particularly 2 type...

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  • Wireless Security

    We are running an NT4 network in one building with about 50 users. I have recently installed a LinkSys WAP with a 32-bit WEP encryption key, so when our sales guys come in with their Thinkpads, they don't have to fight for network points. I have programmed the encryption key into their laptops, so...

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  • Going back to work after some time at home

    This question is from SearchSecurity.com user: I am 36-years-old. I was downsized five years back from a Fortune 500 company. Since then, I've been home with my two small children. However, now I want to go back to part or full-time work. I used to work in performance testing and enhancements of...

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  • Packeteer vs. CheckPoint Floodgate for bandwidth management

    I'd like your opinions, please, on the preferability of using the Packeteer solution for bandwidth management over CheckPoint's Floodgate product. Current network uses Internet VPN's over frac T1s to connect 15 remote offices worldwide to all servers and resources at my US HQ. Software is CP VP-1...

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  • How to Obtain security information of Win 2003 server folders

    Does somebody know if there is a way to query the Directory database to obtain a listing that includes security and other settings (shares, permissions, etc) of all folders and subfolders of a machine running Win 2003 Server ? Any help or comment will be appreciated.

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