• Can’t join Windows Server 2003 with Windows 7 Pro

    Hi, I have had a continuing problem rejoining my Windows 7 Pro work station to Windows 2003 Server. I successfully joined the domain when station was new last December. Had a hard drive failure, reinstalled operating system on new drive. Have been unable to loin domain since. I have admin...

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  • Adding Linux as a second domain controller

    This question will undoubtedly anger many if not all, but after 5 years I am at my wit's end. Can I install and setup a new domain using linux as a domain controller behind a router in such a way that it won't interfere with or be seen by the current win 2k3 domain controller?

    Sheetsofsound55 pointsBadges:
  • SMTP Relay

    I am looking to set up an SMTP relay for a particular situation, but the exact configuration is not quite right. In my server room, I have an internal network used for (among other things) connecting up the various servers to the backup server which is normally not externally open (except for...

    Lonewolfbw525 pointsBadges:
  • anti-virus

    I have problem when installing mcaffe anti-virus on win 2003 server sp1. plz tell is it posiible to exist an contrast betwin mcaffee & other program on my server? why my server dont allow me to install mcaffee on it? in additin to this anti-virus was installed on my server before and I have...

    Shohrati5 pointsBadges:
  • How to check which user delete a file that is place on network drive

    I am using Windows 2003 domain server and in Active Directory, I have made organizational unit of different departments. I also enable auditing features in Windows 2003. Now my question is where I can check which user access which file on the network drives? When I saw it in even viewers of Domain...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • Login logs for terminal server

    Running Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 on separate terminal server. Is there any way to see who logs in and when remotely?

    Zuesman265 pointsBadges:
  • Website quits responding

    We have 4 web servers, configured the same, that seemingly at random will start giving HTTP 500 errors. These are on separate Windows 2003 servers running IIS 6. All use the same ASP.NET API to pull an image from another “gateway” server. Sometimes this affects 2 or 3 of these web servers at...

    everette5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory: How to identify inactive computer accounts

    Hello, I have a lot of computers in my Active Directory that are inactive and/or obsolete. I am searching for a very safe and fool proof procedure which I can use to identify these computer accounts in active directory and move them to a separate OU. I will keep them in this OU temporarily and...

    Augusta8245 pointsBadges:
  • ldifde utility on Windows Server 2003

    Using ldifde utility I want to transfer below mentioned things from one domain (SVM.com) to other domain xyz.com or Export the OU from one domain and export it to other domain through ldifde -f output.ldf utility I export the domain and when I want to import to other domain through below mentioned...

    EXC25 pointsBadges:
  • Event ID 34 Application Event log message

    Application freezing up for users. Informational message in application event log: The description for Event ID ( 34 ) in Source ( Oracle.xxxx ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You...

    Cathyhaskins384115 pointsBadges:
  • Getting error message when making ASP HTTP request on Windows Server 2012

    We have an ASP website that's running on Windows Server 2012. One of our pages creates a HTTP request to another application over HTTPS. Here's the code we're using: Sub ShopXML4http(url,inStr, outStr, method,xmlerror) Dim objhttp Set objhttp = Server.CreateObject ("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP.6.0")...

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible for a Windows 2008 R2 Server to join a 2003 domain?

    I'm looking to upgrade our Windows Server 2003 machine to at least 2003 R2 (most likely 2008 R2 though) but I need to clarify something first: Can a 2008 R2 join a 2003 domain? All the other servers are on 2003.

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • How often should we restart our Windows Servers?

    We have several different Windows Servers (2003, 2008) in our department. We pretty much control all of the servers. My boss says that the servers need to be restarted at least once a week but I disagree with him. A friend of mine told me that since we restart them so much, that's why our hard...

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server: Scheduling reboot at specific time

    Between Windows Server 2003 and 2008, how can I schedule both of them to reboot at a specific time? Would the AT command be the right way to go?

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • Finding a list of directories on Windows Server

    If I have a Windows Server (either 2003 or 2008), would there be a way to list all the directories that are shared on that server? I'm able to find the shares easily enough but I need a way to find the directories that they represent on the disk. Thank you.

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with roaming profiles in Windows server 2003

    Hello I would like to ask a question about a recent problem in a pc belongs to active directory with roamin profile enable. Actually the pc was virus attacked and we formatted it. But after that the profile couldnt log in and we were receiving an error message  "Windows did not load your roaming...

    Mmi10 pointsBadges:
  • Shared Outlook calendar not updating

    I work in the IT department of a college campus and I have several out look users who's calendars are not updating correctly for all users. This is causing a lot of scheduling problems. Some are running Outlook 10 and some are still on Outlook 7. The server is an Exchange server and we also run...

    DaveITGuy5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s an easy way to have both Apache and IIS listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003?

    Is there a good way to have Apache and IIS both listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003? I need to do this cleanly as possible. Ideally, I would use packet headers to decide which server should handle the requests. But if anyone knows an easier way, please let me know!

    ITKE344,855 pointsBadges:
  • W2k3 secondary domain controller recovery: join or trust with primary domain controller lost

    Hello, I’ve a problem which was driving me crazy…but the problem primarily was my lack of knowledge in domain controllers troubleshooting. I have a Windows 2003 standard edition backup domain controller. I have been connecting to this one by RDP (only using s domain admin credentials, not the...

    SampeiMihira15 pointsBadges:
  • How to monitor the sites visited by users of a network

    How do I monitor, on a Windows Server 2003 and 2008, which sites have been viewed by the end users? Is there any technique?

    lemonsink15 pointsBadges:

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