• Loading Windows NT4 on new Hardware designed for XP

    Hi all, I am trying to load windows NT4 workstation on a Dell Precision WS380 which I just bought. I have to load NT 4 because I need to run legacy software which will only run on NT4 workstation. I have ensure the graphics card and the NICs have NT drivers available so once I get the OS load I...

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  • Network neigbhorhood

    Sir, I have a windows 2K advanced server running on HP Proliant ML350 G3. The problem is my network neighborhood does not open quickly. Same problem with control panel. It take a long time to open maybe 45 mins to 1 hour. I have uninstalled all the HP tools but installation takes place only through...

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  • Setup an sms to email gateway

    Required to setup an sms to email gateway so that customers can SMS the problem they face with Internet or other systems and it can be uploaded into the systems using an email.

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  • SqlDumpExceptionHandler

    while i,m executing a query the following eror is taking place "SqlDumpExceptionHandler: Process 9 generated fatal exception c0000005 EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION. SQL Server is terminating this process." when i checked the database i found a table having 16,580 records and it is retriving data upto...

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  • SQL Server 2000 size maintenance

    Hi, how are you? I have a question and would like to get help with. There is an article in this website called SQL Server 2000 size maintenance. In the article, the author mentioned that regardless of your hard drive size, having an unmanaged and large log file size would cause problems. Do you...

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  • Shares Permission Reporting

    Hi, We are performing folder permission auditing at the moment. We are using tools like DumpSec, Security Explorer to dump the ntfs permission on the shares at a particular time stamp. I am just wondering if there is any similar tools or applications out there that can perform the task (dumping...

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  • Microsoft Terminal Services and RPG socket programming

    Quick background: We are a software developer of medical billing software and have recently partnered with a document imaging company and have developed an interface between our AS/400 database and their document imaging server using RPG socket programs. Most of our clients are using Client Access...

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  • Citrix Client Upgrade / Downgrade Procedures

    We have recently installed an upgrade to our Citrix system (Presentation Suite 4.0 - from version 3.0) and we have discovered that the Java client works a little differently. To make a long story short, we have some employee that work at a customer site, and this customer will not upgrade the...

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  • Windows 2003 DNS issues

    Hi all, I am getting the following error in my DNS events. Event ID 4015. The DNS server has encountered a critical error from the Active Directory. Check that the Active Directory is functioning properly. The extended error debug information ( which is may be empty) is ''''.The event data contains...

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  • Broadcast traffic

    Dear all Thanks for taking the time to read this. Recently I ran netmon on my only AD server- it captured alot of broadcast traffic- specifically from alot of hosts. The message being NS query req. for TINA, I dont have a machine called TINA on my network however it is possible there once was...

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  • Forwarding emails.

    Hi All, I have MD exchange 2000 configured and one my clients have Win 98 as OS and using MS Outlook using Exchange for emails. He starting facing one problem that is whenever anybody forwarding him certain messages sometime it shows only the half of the forwarded messages. Why this is happening, I...

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  • Dcom Error – event id 10003.

    I am getting Dcom Error,in eventlog file. its appearing frequantly. how to solve this problem, please anybody help me.this is what showing in the event log. Event Type: Error Event Source: DCOM Event Category: None Event ID: 10003 Date: 9/4/2004 Time: 8:50:51 AM User: N/A Computer: Database server...

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  • Exporting users from one small business server to another

    We have two offices that have til now been running off of one small business server 2003 but have recently installed a second sbs at the second site. We need to move half of the users from the original small business server to the new one. Any ideas if it is possible to do this easily or have we...

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  • Problem for folder access

    I have a file server and would like to create a folder that can be accesssed and shared to some users of our network. We have AD and Windows 2003 domain. Our file server is Windows 2000 server with SP4. I add users to a global group then add the global group to a local group of the file server. I...

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  • Remote Laptop Account Lockouts

    We use a draconian policy of 3 logon attempts before lockout, no reset, lockout forever, and force this to all devices connected to W2K domain. When laptops are used remotely, users being users invariably lockout their account and then either have to bring it back to be unlocked, or support visits...

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  • NT/2000 account resources

    Hi. I have an NT server but Win2K workstations. I have a couple of individuals who cannot log onto their roaming profile on certain workstations. The particular workstations will log them on with a local profile to use the shared resources on the network. On other 2K workstations, they can access...

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  • Default printer not connecting with Manadatory Profile in Windows 2003 Terminal Services

    What would prevent a user's default printer from connecting in a Windows 2003 Terminal server session using a Mandatory Profile?

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  • “Content Advisor” Password Lockout

    I've got a customer who somehow activated the content advisor for the web browser. None of us have any idea how this actually happened. Bottom-Line is that he can't browse anywhere without supplying a "Supervisor" password - which no one knows. I've found references on the web about removing the...

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  • Workstation and Netlogon Services

    OK I have this Laptop that was working fine when I gave it to this electrical estimator. He has admin rights becasue of travel. He loaded a bunch of software related to his job, AutoCad, McCormick, Electrical conversions, you name it. He also loaded the Weather Bug and a Websters Dictionary....

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  • Winbind not connecting to Windows network

    I'm not very experienced with Linux. I created a Whitebox Linux server and got Winbind running to connect to our windows 2k network. I am able to print to the win network, but can't see anything there or connect to any computer/server. The Linux box seemed to join the domain OK, but can't see it in...

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