• Slow File sharing access in Win 98-2

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

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  • External Hard Drive Recovery

    HI there I've ran into a little bit of a problem... ok it maybe is not so little. I seemed to have erased the data from an external hard drive. I was re-installing WinXP on a machine that had RAID and would not boot from the cd so I plugged in the external hard drive which seemed to have make it...

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  • Windows 2000 SErver Problem inEVent Viewer EVENT ID 4319

    Hai ??.. In my domain controller am getting in event viewer an error a Duplicate name has been detected on the TCP networks. The IP address of the machine that sent the message is in that data. Use nbtstat ?n in a command windows to see which name is in the conflict state EVENT ID 4319 Last three...

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  • Problems with some Users connecting to NAS

    I setup a BOSS Iogagear NAS device on the Domain for the engineering group. Most of them can connect to the Nas and map the drive, But I have 3 users that can't connect. All have the same rights and belong to the same groups. I tried logging on to one of the problem PC's as myself (With all domain...

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  • Security COncern, Files deleted from Server

    Good morning to all, and hope everyone is dooing well. I have a security issue, and need help solving this. Someone in my company within Engineering staff deleted an entire group of folders. Unfortunately it was on a project that ended, and it was discovered this morning. I have luckily a back up...

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  • Data Visibility in RBAC and Rule-based systems issues

    Actually, I have two questions: 1) are there known solutions of how to control access to data ( database records ) in RBAC system where business policy states, e.g., that data belonds to the users in certain geographical are may be viewed by users located in the same area? This is quite actual...

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  • SQL backups on Veritas

    What is the best practice for backing up MSSQL databases to Veritas? Currently the database is being exported to a flat file, and the flat file is being backed up. Is there a better method?

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  • Best Practice for EX-emplyee data storage/handling HELP!!

    Hello world! I need help here ... your expertise on what you do with the data when someone leaves the company... This is where i'm at currently: 1) Created a RetiredEmployee share. 2) when user JDoe leaves I create a JDoe folder in that share 3) I copy the data of their personal network drive,...

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  • DOS attack, DNS question

    My question has two parts, first: today at the place where i work we lost the internet, and after checking the firewall (sonicwall, this is a non profit organization so they cant afford the best stuff) i discovered it was more than likely a DOS attack. nobody could access the internet, and i could...

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  • Access to security log in Windows 2000

    In my company we want to give full access to the security log of Windows 2000 only to the security manager, but we want to give only read access to the support people, Is there how to do it ?

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  • No bootup with W2k – after “Verifying DMI pool data”

    I had a working Win 2k OS running smoothly on Drive C, with a small D partition. I tried Norton 2004 Ghost and backed up Drive D to a CD. Ghost created a bootable CD with the proper backup file to restore D. I booted with the CD and restored Drive D as a test run, and selected the RESET option when...

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  • Windows 2000 won’t give LKGC option

    I had a working Win 2k OS running smoothly on Drive C, with a small D partition. I tried Norton 2004 Ghost and backed up Drive D to a CD. Ghost created a bootable CD with the proper backup file to restore D. I booted with the CD and restored Drive D as a test run, and selected the RESET option when...

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  • Restricted access to win XP professional

    I have a small WORKGROUP with windows 2000 server and 5 windows XP professional systems. All computers can read/write each other. Now I want to make one XP client secure/restric access, so that no other computer can access that except only other XP computer. How can I do that? Please advise. Thanks...

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  • Small Office setup

    Dear All, I'm about the plan the reorganisation of a NGO office. Here is the existing conf: - 1 main office with 20 users - workstation P3, 64MB RAM, 20go HDD, Win98, Office 2K - standalone UPS - ADSL connection to Internet @1024/128 - Alcatel speedtouch 150 - 1 server - SBS 2000 + exchange 2K +...

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  • Microsoft: Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT)

    Hi, I want to migrate a couple of users, computers and groups from an Windows NT 4.0 Domain to Active Directory (Windows 2003 NATIVE MODE Domain). The migration is not for the entire NT Domain, is only a group of users and computers from this one. I had used ADMT on a single forest to reorganize...

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  • Recovering data from hard drive

    Hi all I did something stupid the other day. Scenario: My system has 2 hdd: 40G and 80G Both with a several partitions on. My system got screwed with installing and removing stuff and I decided to use my XP Pro Cd to additionally install XP for duel booting. I had W2kP as my OS. I booted my system...

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  • how DNS works

    hello everybody, can you tell me ,how DNS works? i know the theorotical aspects that it is a large database distributed on a no. of servers etc. but i don't know how practically it is implemented,what softwares are used to implement it and how can i access it ,if i have it implemented.i have heard...

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  • Information Security

    1. Could you please send me a portal policy template as we are about to rollout same. Thanks 2. Please send me FTP policy template. I wil then customize it to our environment

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  • How can I resolve a GUID name to its CN Object Name?

    Hello. I'm a System Administrator on a network with 190 Sites. When I make diagnostic for domain partition replication with "repadmin" tool. I got some sites with old replication date. But it only show the GUID name for those old dates. For example my last diagnostic give back this: Caching GUIDs....

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  • Upgrade from MS SQL Server 6.5 to SQL 2000 Fails

    The upgrade process using Microsoft "SQL Sever Upgrade Wizard" fails at the "Import and Export via Named Pipe" part. With the following Error: Starting MSSQLServer............................... Waiting for recovery. Sysmessages # 4002 [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Dirver][SQL...

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