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  • FTP access

    I have a server 2008. I need to host FTP for users outside the network i.e. on the internet. They will have their specific folders. I need this to be configured such that no CALS are used when they access their folders. I do not need authentication from AD, but will need some kind of...

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  • Local Policy location

    Where in local policy is the the ability to disable the calc from the user from using it. I have looked and Googled until I am blue in the fac.Thanks

    Harisheldon5,890 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t connect to corporate LAN via Server 2008 with Hyper V VMs

    I'm running Server 2008 in conjunction with a number of Hyper-Vs on one server. When I try to connect to my corporate LAN using VPN from the main OS, my VM's are not able to find the corporate LAN; although Internet and LAN home networks work fine. Each of the VMs has one virtual network adapter....

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
  • Transferring (only) AD from One Server to Another

    So I have found plenty of scenarios with regards to moving to a new server, but not sure one exactly like mine. I am not a server guru by any means, as this question may attest to. Basically, we are moving campuses and want to ditch the old hardware and switch to a new server (still running Server...

    creosotepost5 pointsBadges:
  • The remote device or resource won’t accept the connection

    Hi, We have setup a simple VPN server with PPTP enabled and have forwarded correct PPTP 1723 port and GRE 47 on plain Windows Server 2008(NOT R2). Now when I am trying to connect from any VPN client ie: Windows 7 or XP it connects fine and I can PING the VPN server but I am unable to browse the...

    farikhan5 pointsBadges:
  • Have you compared VMWare vs Hyper-V for your organization’s virtualization solution?

    I am thinking about this within the context of a small rural nonprofit hospital that had three new, identical servers running Server 2008 that was primarily hosting their Exchange email server. They were virtualized with ESXi 3.5 but they did not have a management solution and there was no shared...

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
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