• What type of migration is this?

    It seems like an easy task! All I wanted to do is upgrade my corp system. I had a single Windows Business Server (WBS) 2003 on a high end computer. It failed all the time, due to not enough disk space & slow responce time. I upgraded to 3 new Servers to accomplish all the corp tasks, including SQL,...

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  • Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit usage

    We need to use some of the utilities included in the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit due to ACL problems on a Windows 2000 Server, service pack 4. Will installing the programs from the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit supplement 1 CD cause problems since the Kit CD is older than the installed...

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  • Development server’s and there place in AD.

    We are collapsing resource domains into our Production AD w2k forest. Some of these resource domains contain servers used to develop home grown applications/products. My reaction to this is that these servers require a seperate forest. When asked why I respond with: Should code being written and...

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  • Logging in to domain with batch file

    I use batch files to map drives when a user logs into our Windows2003 domain. Each user has their own POP3 email account in Outlook (XP), so the PST files are on the individual workstations. I need to back them up daily to the network and do this by calling a separate batch file from with the login...

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  • Upgrade From Win 2000 to Win 2003 server

    Hi I am getting ready to upgrade server from 2000 to 2003. At the moment I have 2 DC running 2000 and Exchange 2003. We have purchased new server and would like to install win 2003 on it, join it to the domain as member server, install active directory on it, then transfer the roles from my current...

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  • Permissions problem in Windows NT 4.0 Server

    Hi, My file server is WinNT 4.0. In my network I have Windows 98, 2000, Xp as clients. My problem is, I have one folder named 'Project' on my file server. Team Members(TM) have only update access rights, Team leaders(TL) have 'Change' rights. When TM is accessing and updating from Windows 2000 or...

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  • Drive mappings come and go

    I installed a new server: Windows 2003 Server, using Active Directory. Clients are all WinXP Pro. At each workstation, I mapped drive P: to point to the accounting data on the server. Everything was working fine. A few days later, I did the Symantec Client Security upgrade as a managed system with...

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  • Active Directory-moving from 2000 to 2003

    I am setting up a new server (2003) to take the place of my old DHCP/DNS Logon server (2000). Is there an easy way to migrate the information from the old to the new, like copying a file or something? I am setting up the new 2003 server with a new forest/domain different from the old one but all...

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  • WinXP Logon Access

    I have a customer with a WinXP Home in an education workgroup that was infected by spyware(unknown)and was cleaned it seemed successfully. The unit was moved to a new user and when I created a new profile (tried several) with administrator access, it identifies as administrator but any program...

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  • Error message: You do not have permission to send to this recipient”

    In answering a question posed on July 20, 2005, David Sengupta suggested the following when asked about a user receving the error message "You do not have permission to send to this recipient." "The most common scenario in which I've seen this particular error is when companies are using a Cisco...

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  • Single Instance Storage Groveler question

    The machine I am concerned with here is a W2K server with SP4 running RIS. The RIS server is technically functional but I notice that the SIS groveler doesn't seem to be doing much of anything. On a W2K3 server of ours with a basically identical setup there is a huge savings in hard drive space in...

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  • Clock gaining time – Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller on Site only!

    The Clock on a Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller (on an isolated network, so acting as the Time Source for the other PCs) is gaining time. Now we have tried a Dell PowerEdge 700 (2 off Motherboards!) and a Dell PowerEdge 830. One gains 8 minutes/day and one gains 2 minutes per day! Strangely...

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  • AMD vs. Intel: Data Warehouse Servers and Consolidated Database Servers …

    Hello everyone, Hope all is well ... Any help, opinions, direction to whitepapers, benchmarch reports, overkill/underkill comments, and the like would be greatly appreciated: We are in the process of spec'ing out hardware needs for our targeted new data warehouse and new consolidated database...

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  • SQL Server email notification issue

    I am sending email notifications once backup operations are completed from sql server using cdosys.In the text body ,i am using the token [A-MSG].I am getting the error Executed as user: sa. Line 8: Incorrect syntax near ''. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 170). The step failed. Plz help

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  • Career starting in SQL or VB

    Friends, I'm wanting to begin working with development consulting, and like to know if I should start learning SQL or VB?

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  • Ghost Account

    Hello Everybody, I have been having some problems in my network, I have ghost users. The thing is that we have one user in Active Directory (let's say "user1") who's emails are forwarded to another user (let's say "receiver") who is also part of Active Directory (AD). "user1" and "receiver" have...

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  • Access Control across domains

    Here's my scenario: Domain-A is primary, Domain-B is a child domain. WS is my workstation running a password reset application. I need to create an account on the Domain-A that will allow the WS application, to change or reset passwords on botht he Domain-A box and Domain-B. Essentially, this...

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  • Reconnecting Mailboxes in Exchange

    To correct a roaming profile problem the accounts were recreated and the old accounts were deleted. At this point the exchange email accounts have become dissociated with their accounts. I need to associate them with the new accounts and recover the email messages. I know that there is a time limit...

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  • MS SQL with Radius

    Hi, i have some problems getting radius authentication to work as i believe i have not setup the proper SQL tables. Can anyone please tell me what db tables i would need for the authentication to work.

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  • Active Directory custom fields

    The company I work for is a mixed environment of AS400, AIX, and Windows 2000 systems. Recently we have finally started to look seriously at utilizing the Windows AD to store pertinent information about our users and computers. The question I have is what is the easiest way to make this information...

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