• NTFS Permissions – Need Verification?

    Long story short, I discovered the NTFS permissions on all our Native Windows 2000 servers, at the root of each partition, had been reset to "Everyone." Of course I had my shares set to not propagate permissions, so that wasn't an issue. For some reason this did not affect the one box that we had...

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  • Connection Management

    Hello, I am working on a project that we have a deployed a Personal Firewall product on laptop users. The Personal Firewall allows us to define a server based access profile or FW rules for each type of connection and IP range. ie. Ethernet, WLAN etc. The issue is this personal FW activates BOTH...

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  • Accessing Standby Laptop via network

    Hi there.. I want to know if there is any way that i make my laptop standby and still i can access it via remote desktop over network, i.e. my laptop doesnt lose its IP address or close its network interfaces in standby mode. Is there any wake-up call for standby laptop over network to achieve this...

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  • NT Domains

    Hey, We have 2 domains. Let's say domain 1 and 2. Both NT4 (yes, i know). Domain 1 has a range of 160.1 subnet 255.255.0.0, domain 2 162.1. . I'm situated in domain 1 and i want to make a BDC for domain 2. In the NT-server setup i can give IP or DHCP, DNS , WINS, .... Normally on our PC's we use...

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  • Locked Windows document files

    I recently reinstalled Windows on a user's computer. They were /are using WinXP Home and set their documents directory with security. I reinstalled the PC with their same user name and passwords, but they cannot open these files any longer. Is there a way to remove the security? Some of these files...

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  • T1 vs T3 vs 2 T1’s

    I currently have two offices that will become one big office. There will be at most 150 users. Each office currently has a T1 and we do not really have any problems since we also use a Packeteer Packetshaper. If someone wanted to increase the pipe, would they go from a T1 to a T3 or is that over...

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  • Windows 2000 system tray problem

    I rebuilt a Windows 2000 from scratch. All installs are new. The icons in the system tray, next to the clock are very small (about the size of a pinhead). In addition for all windows the minimize, maximize, and close buttons the top right corner of the screen are also very small. There is no effect...

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  • Merging Domains

    The company I work for is acquiring another company and I have been tasked with making the two domains coexist. Let's say the domains are abc.com and xyz.com The abc.com domain is a mixed mode environment (Windows 2000 and 2003 DCs). The xyz.com one has Windows 2000 native. Here are my questions....

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  • Folder Security

    We have a folder containing lots of confidential docs that supposedly accessible to all employees that should have read permission only. They should not be able to Print/Copy/SaveAs/E-Mail and do other docs stuff. Our IT staff had made the folder read only though people could still re-save the...

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  • Blocking pop access over http

    Dear you, How can I exactly block the following: 1- Hotmail pop access over http 2- Block skype phone calls 3- Block sites like gotomypc.com etc 4- Block internet file share drives like yousendit.com google drive Thank you Kindi

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  • Start-up Needed for DB design for workflow for BPO company

    Can any one give some usefull and urgent tips about database design example where i get for designing BPO company work flow parts...

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  • Printer default issue in XPPRO

    Good client presented this problem to me. We tried several tactics, and now are at a loss. His latest words to me: "I'm running Windows XP Pro, build 5.1, SP2. The printer that the system defaults to at reboot/startup is an HP 6210 "All In One", while the older workhorse that I want to use most is...

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  • AD Migration or Domain Split?

    We currently have a customer with a single Windows 2000 Active Directory forest and a single domain that contains approx 2000 users spread across several geographically disburse locations worldwide. All locations have a domain controller located locally. We also have Exchange 2003 deployed. The...

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  • Capture screen w/scrolling marquee

    My company uses a 3rd party software. There's one screen that has a few graphs and a few lines that scroll across the screen. Similiar to a Screen Saver's Scrolling Marquee. They redesigned the software and this screen will no longer exist. I would like to capture this screen w/scrolling marquee....

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  • fail over

    can someone give me an idea on how to create fail over... thanks and God bless!

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  • How do you manage Private Email Address for CEO in Exchange 2003

    How would YOU handle this? We have the CEO that wants a more private email and doesn't want to deal with all these people from the outside guessing his email and sending messages. We don't want that, if he uses a ceoPrivate@domain.com secondary mailbox, people can see his private email address. We...

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  • Explanation & remedy for Web-based Attack

    Fully Patched fresh Windows 2003 with PLESK 7.5.6 Compromised again in 30 minutes after a CLEAN rebuild here is How attack occurs ========================== first we observe service.dll Nadeware.msi in system32 folder and a clone of srv-u FTP had run. then we observe an account named help added to...

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  • one way trust NTFS permissions

    We have set up a one way trust with another company. Our domain is trusted by their domain. When they attempt to grant permissions on shares to our users, they receive a pop-up requiring logon credentials of a domain administrator in our domain. Is this by design or should the trusting domain be...

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  • Dynamic Local User in W2K clients

    Hello. Does anyone have an idea on how to configure a Wondows 2000 client to show the SID of any user that logs in to that computer. We run a Novell Netware 6.5 network, and have about 60 W2K clients. I have a generic local account for the W2K stations. When a user logs in, it does not record the...

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  • SID Ultlity for Windows

    Hello All: Does anyone know of a utility that can take a SID-id and resolve it to either a user or group for a local SAM or AD? If located in AD showing the location path would be nice. Thanks RWJ

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