• Security control Bandwidth per user in ISA Server

    Hello, Dear all is there any procedure in windows that user is allow to read the contents of share folder but it is not allow to copy it. How it is Possible. Secondly if we want to control Bandwidth per user in ISA how it is Possibe without using Third party software. Thanks Muhammad Usman.

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • Internet access restriction via GPO

    I need to restrict internet access in a particular department in my organsation and i need a way by i cld do that using Group Policy

    Wachen60 pointsBadges:
  • Restrict my clients to use USB flash disk

    To whom may it concern, Currently, I'm running a server 2003 enterprise for my domain (DC) and for now, want to restrict my clients to use USB flash disk but not sure how to do it. Please show me how to do it. Thank you. Regards Harry

    Harrythong15 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving mail on Exchange 2007

    How to prevent users from receiving mail on Exchange 2007?

    Einavdi5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Outlook permissions issue

    I want 2 email accounts should be checked by one users. so user1@mycompany.com and info@mycompany.com should be checked by user1. user1 has an account on Active directory but info doesn't have. I have created user1 mailbox and defined it on Microsoft Outlook. He can receive and send email without...

    Nnmmss5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I keep a Windows folder from being moved accidentally

    Is it possible to lock down the folders (or directories) within Windows, so they can't be accidentally dragged and dropped into some unknown location? With multiple users using the same files, we are finding that the Windows folders are disappearing. I was wondering if there is a way of locking the...

    Jbercsik5 pointsBadges:
  • Binary Math windows server 2008 sql server 2008 r2

    Operating System: Windows 2008 2 Database: SQL Server 2008 Enterprise R2 issue: I am trying to creat a binary matrix that manages user permissions. My largest number at present is 135069719 the binary representation is : 101001001110000101001 The largest number I eventually have to handle is a 20...

    m768535 pointsBadges:
  • Copy only in a shared folder

    hI, I WOULD LIKE TO CREATE A SHARED IN WINDOWS 2003 WHERE USERS WILL BE ONLY ALLOW TO COPY THE FILE FROM THE SHARED FOLDER TO THEIR LOCAL MACHINE.I DON'T WANT THEM TO OPEN IT IN THE SERVER .IJUST WANT THEM TO BE ABLE TO COPY THE FILE .

    Hersent5 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking Internet for users through ISA Server 2004?

    I have isa server 2004, everyone accessing internet, but i want to block internet for someusers, i created rule in isa, but afterthat in my chairman pc, asking for admin username and passowrd when he tried to access internet? He dont lik this type, whenever i Changing policies username and password...

    Cool3045 pointsBadges:
  • How the file server close the sharing session ?

    Dear all. I have a File server as W2k3 and my need is users access to their sharing Account once,the next exiting the windown from Clients site ,they still can use another account of sharing. it means authority is required each login times. e.g  I access to \\fileserver once time with account...

    Jonhnathan60 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up DFS with read only and full access depending on user

    How can I setup DFS for some users as read only and some with full access on Windows 2008 R2. I was told I can do it with my version. But I do not know how to set the individual user's permissions.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Stop using USB in office computers

    How can I define a GP so that users cannot use their USB Flash disks??

    Aspire80 pointsBadges:
  • Removable storage

    Disable removable storage and flash memory on the network through the server

    Sedikahmed5 pointsBadges:
  • One shared My Documents Folder for all users

    How can I set up a Windows workstation that is used by many people, who are now using a group logon, to save files to one My Documents folder if they are forced to log on inidividually? I need to be able to track whom does what and when but cannot do it with group logon and the Program Manager...

    Radsie5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to restrict a user to one specific workstation

    I'd like to prevent one user from logging on to other people's computers. The oS os SBS 2003R2

    Acarboni10 pointsBadges:
  • How do I stop user from deleting folders in a public network?

    I have about 50 public computers that I have set up in a Library.  I set up a seperate user account for them but they keep deleting folders on me.  How can i prevent this from happening?

    Fanman535 pointsBadges:
  • Setting Active Directory rules

    Can we set Active Directory rules that say when a user is able to log in to a domain computer and off hours should display a message telling the user they do not have access to the system at this time.

    ITKE54,665 pointsBadges:
  • Samba Folder Access

    I want to allow permission to a specific folder, the scenario is: A) I open exchange server with samba as the domain controller B) I access via windows xp like: //servername/foldername My question is, how can I allow five users (full permission), groups (read only). Kindly tell me what steps i need...

    Chunter110 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking a specific website

    how can you block a specific website e.g[www.who.com]from a workgroup pc,using a 3G moderm.

    Xxx385 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007, Error sending from shared mailbox

    A shared mailbox for a team of people, we're having trouble with user permissions. Some can send mail from the shared folder, other's cannot. One person is managing user permissions. What is proper setting for all users to have full control of the mailbox?

    JessAcker35 pointsBadges:

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