• Need guidiance from pros already into the game

    Hi, I am a United Stated Marine stationed overseas since 2003, majoring in Information technology with National University. I am still an idiot in the field and thats why i joined this group. To get a glance of what to ecpect in the future. I am asking for your help in guiding me through whatever...

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  • Local Admin & passwords

    We have recently switched to allowing only Power User rights on notebook computers. We have a set of notebooks we loan out to employees with desktops when they need to travel. Currently those users will login with an account named loaner and use scripts and webmail to access the network. Discussion...

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  • Blocking Tunneling Applications

    Hi; Any suggestions on how I can block hopster(and other similar socks based tunneling applications)from tunnelling out and bypassing the firewall? When hopster contacts its servers it uses different set of IPs, not a single domain, so its kind of hard to block it based on IPs Thank You

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  • Detection of ActiveX & other Mobile code

    Hi ! I am trying to extend the functionality of a squid-based proxy to filter out ActiveX, JavaScripts and mobile code in general, from the web pages users will download. I am trying to make it an "intelligent" filter, in the sense of not just plainly removing the <OBJECT> tags from the page,...

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  • aaa authorization ?

    Which of the following authorization commands are valid? (we have to choose 2 correct) A. aaa authentication exec home radius B. aaa accounting exec home radius C. aaa authorization default none D. aaa authorization exec home radius E. aaa authorization network default enable F. aaa authorization...

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  • Cisco 1811/1812 vs Netscreen 5GTE

    Hello all, Did any of you have/had any experience with both Cisco 1811/1812 and Netscreen 5GT(E)? Which one is better/faster/has more features/more user friendly according to you? What I need is a router/firewall/IPS appliance that will allow me to set up some DMZ and two LANs and that will serve...

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  • Cisco VPN Client

    I am using Windows 2003 SP1. Cisco VPN client into my work place "connects" but I can not create a remote desktop connection to any machines on the 2003 domain at work. BEFORE I installed SP1 this all worked fine. I have disabled IPSEC and Windows Firewall from loading at startup at home....

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  • Secure File Transfer for Mainframe systems

    I would like to transfer files from Unix machine to Mainframe system (using Unix machine as client). The transfer process need to be secure (ie. data sent thro network should be encrypted using 128-bit encryption algorithm). I came to understand that SFTP server is not available for Mainframe...

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  • Computer name hidden when using VPN?

    When I connect to my corporate VPN from my home PC (using a Cisco VPN client, over a WIFI network through a cable modem/router setup), it appears my computer name is being obscured from the server, which is preventing access to some resources (such as CVS). When I try to ping my machine (the...

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  • Exchange2000 IM Problem

    We have been running Exchange2000 IM for the past few months and it has been working as well as expected with any problems. then all of sudden we started gettting login errors: Exchange Instant Messaging Sign-In Faliure The email address does not match the username and password of the person logged...

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  • IM Blocking and URL Filtering

    We have Pix515E which is gateway to Internet. We also got IWSS Proxy(Trend Micro) along with URL filtering module. Domain users get directed to IWSS proxy (GPO settings) and restrictions about URL filterings can be imposed as per company's policy. Those users who are not on the domain, they can not...

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  • Certificates

    I am pretty new to the 2003 Microsoft world, but I am NT 4 MCSE. My setup: 2 W2K3 DC's 1 Exchange 2K3 member server 1 W2K3 member server--web server about 60 users--single domain some of my users want to use Outlook Web Access to get their mail from home (approx. 10-15) Everything is set up and...

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  • cisco vpn client makes windows xp 98% busy

    hi, we use cisco vpn client v4 to connect to the office. i installed for myself on my private computer under windows xp and everything worked fine. from some day on (perhaps after intallation of a new program) the machine got 98% busy after starting the vpn client and wont't calm down until i issue...

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  • Rplication/authentication issue using VPN over dial up

    We have a 5.12 server together with various Notes client versions connecting via ISP dial up connections then establishing VPN tunnel to watchguard firebox. When users start the replication process the Notes clients create the secure tunnel & authenticate successfully with the dominio server BUT...

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  • no vpn access

    Hi, i was asked by a user to enable vpn to their server in the USA, they didnt tell me any details other than that. They cam eat the worst time ever as we are in the middle of a major network revamp so we were pretty busy. so my boss told me to create a vlan for them and configure accordingly....

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  • Consolidated Security Product/Approach? What about layered approach?

    Hi Punnet, I'm a It Director at lasrge Media firm in NY. Looking at the security overhaul in the recent months and business looking to cxonsolidate the offices enviornment the talk of the town is to have ALL IN One device which does Firewall,IDS,VPN etc. I thought layerd security approach was the...

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  • Demilitarized zone using iptables?

    Hi, I'm the Assistant Editor for SearchEnterpriseLinux.com. One of our users, "ruhi," posted the following question. Can you help? "I have to plan and design a demilitarized zone using iptables. How can I do this?" You can post your answer here on ITKE, or reply to...

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  • Sendig Mail to user@IP

    We have two Mx Record (same ISP) pointing to the same mail server. The Mail Server is REDHAT Linux. I want to send a mail to user@ip address (first or second Mx Record). This is basically to test if first Mx record fails, will the second record be used. I would be sending this mail from the LAN to...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
  • problem with exchange sync and pocket pc 2003

    i have a HP iPAQ hx4700 with Pocket PC 2003 on it that connect to the internet through my phone cellolar (with bluethooth connection), i want to sync all my contact and my calender on my ipaq to my exchange small buisness server 2003 through the internet,my server connect to the internet and are...

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  • Desktop firewalls: Windows XP vs 3rd party

    For those with more experience with Windows XP, what do you think of the native personal firewall software? We recently upgraded a remote user to Windows XP from Windows 2000 Pro (actually, he got a new laptop). He connects to the Internet over DSL and we installed a free ZoneLabs firewall when he...

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