• How to map a drive to another domain using command prompt?

    How can I map a drive to another server on another domain using net use? I tried using this command but didn't work:net use H: \servershare /user:domainuser password /persistent:yes and net use n: \servernamesharename /user:username@domainname password and net use n: \servernamesharename...

    Ricardo5736590 pointsBadges:
  • Monitor Internet bandwidth

    Good day, We are using Windows 2000 Small Business Server in our organization with Exchange, DNS and ISA server configured. 1. I want to monitor the internet usage by the users. 2. I want to take a report on monthly or daily basis how much MB/GB utilized by each user. Thanks for your reply in...

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  • Drive letter issue in 2003 terminal server application

    I have a situation where I have a terminal server with a C and D drive with all user related stuff on D & all system related & boot is C. I need to install a new application which requires each user to map drive letter C to a network folder on another server. Apparently, there's no way...

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  • Finishing up on an old server

    Is there any sheet/form to be filled, or are there any guidelines to be followed before finishing up/get rid off - an old/used server? I mean before destroying that equipment or before releasing it or send it to the garbage?

    secOfficer385 pointsBadges:
  • Merge two companies into one network

    The company I work for has decided to merge with its Sister Company on the lower floor. While we share the same room to house our independent servers, both companies have separate physical networks. Each with their own separate File Servers & SQL servers. Allowing Company "A" employees to log into...

    PatM5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting external hard drive to VM software

    What external hard drives are compatible with VM software?

    Ricopersaud145 pointsBadges:
  • In measuring the downtime of a server does it matter if it is a planned or unplanned downtime

    If I wanted to measure the downtine of my servers would it make a difference if the downtime is planned or unplanned. I have heard somesay downtime is downtime.

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • trojan horse downloader

    hi i have a win NT4.0 sp6 server.its a DNS and web server. from few days the IE was redirecting the sites to some search engines.when i scaned with AVG it detected some trojan horse downloader.i healed the trojan and restarted the DNS.the problem was solved.but after some hours the problem arise...

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  • Performance monitor alerts on Windows Server 2003

    We have a 2003 server here that we are trying to catch a runaway process on. I know how to go into perfmon and set a page file monitor, but I can't seem to understand the counter. I want to set it at a specific GB file size or % or total. Is the size "over" as a percent amount actually the percent?...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Adding an alias for our server in Windows Server 2003 AD

    Can we add an alias for our server in Windows Server 2003 Active Directory so clients can hit a fqnd by typing app in the browser?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Re-wiring a server rack that looks like spaghetti

    Hi, this is my first time doing something like this. I'm currently taking the beginning of my CCNA courses and I'm still a beginner at all of this. Someone has asked me to help them re-wire their server rack, since its a huge mess. I was just wondering if there where any precautions I should take...

    Tomzimmerman5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the typical life span of a Windows Server?

    How long would you suggest maintaining a single installation before you decide it's time to format/reinstall/update? My Windows Server 2003 Enterprise is at 4 years.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Best approach to determine CPU cores – physical and logical

    What is the best way to determine the number of CPU cores both physical and logical on servers. And the servers can range from the Intel architectures Intel X86 series, Intel X64 (Itanium), AMD X86 series, IBM Power4, IBM Power5, IBM Power6, IBM Power7, Sun SPARC IV series, Sun Niagara series, HP...

    Mortimer1675 pointsBadges:
  • SCSI drives suitable for setting up an array

    What speed SCSI drives are suitable for CAD designers working off the server? How would you set them up in an array? We need 10 TB capacity.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • WSUS Downstream Server problem

    have noticed a problem on one of my downstream WSUS servers, Main Summary page says "Downloading 0.00 of 900mb" in status of downloads. I also get the following error on my event logs : Content file download failed. Reason: A connection with the server could not be established Source File:...

    Mmaharana65 pointsBadges:
  • Pushing out VNC to all servers in data center

    We need to push out vnc to all servers in our data center. They are all in different workgroups but all have a common local admin username and password. How can we do this easily?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Do you have a Project Plan of Data Center Move with some existing equipment?

    Need a document that display the steps in moving a data center with existing servers

    Mrsemj5 pointsBadges:
  • Configure back up server

    We have a password management server (Primary) & a back up server is set up as well. How do we switch over to a back up server if primary fails. Can someone explain what actions is required to switch over to a back up server. Thanks

    Kmsubbu8040 pointsBadges:
  • SBS monitoring

    Hello We have a customer running SBS 2003 sp2. We can't access the monitoring and reporting through server manager. When Monitoring and Reporting is clicked it just displays a - The Webpage cannot be found HTTP 400 page and when Setup Monitoring and Reports is clicked an error box comes up reading:...

    Swandigital5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a comprehensive disaster recovery plan for servers

    We need to create a disaster recovery plan for each of our servers. They are all the same machine type and we have images of each. How can we create a comprehensive disaster recovery plan? What needs to go into it?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:

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