• How to control Internet Access in Windows Server 2003 network

    I am using Windows Server-2003 with ISA Server and controlling internet access for the client computers. But I am not satisfiede with it. I will be thankful and grateful if any one can suggest zero cost solution for the same. Regards Rashid

    Cybersol5 pointsBadges:
  • Active directory FSMO roles

    Hi friends, Can any one solve my question that came to my mind. Is all the domain controllers had the NTDS.DIT database file or only FSMO role holders DCs had these file in a forest? If only FSMO DCs having ntds.dit file, why other DCs doesnot having? Thanks.

    UK75 pointsBadges:
  • Branding Internet Explorer via Active Directory

    We want to brand Internet Explorer via Active directory. How can we do it? Our domain controllers are 2003.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Imaging Windows server 2003 so I can use it in a virtual machine

    How can I image my Windows server 2003 so I can use it in a Virtual Machine on a Windows XP workstation? Asked via email.

    ITKE345,340 pointsBadges:
  • Post mortem on Windows server 2003

    My Windows server 2003 failed. How can I perform a post mortem to see why it failed? Is there a guide or application?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Monitoring Windows server 2003 task manager

    How can I monitor the status of a Windows 2003 task manager over a period of time like for a month on my server?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • HP Proliant ML 350 G6 Hard disk not Visible

    Hi this server has 2 146GB (6G DP 10K) SATA hard disk. It installed windows 2003 well on one hdd but the second hdd is not sensed whatsoever.

    Sageauk25 pointsBadges:
  • Multi-Site, single-domain setup question about? Which DC authenticates login’s?

    I have a single domain/forest setup. I recently created a second site in active directory and added a domain controller to it. Both DC's are server 2003. At the new site with the new DC, I run the command "echo %logonserver%" on a workstation, and it replies back with the old domain controller...

    Ingram871,285 pointsBadges:
  • MOC-Outlook addressbook problem

    Hi I'have one problem. When i start MOC client , there error cannot synchronize withthe corporate address book. this may be because the proxy server settings in your web browser does not allow access to the address book. If this problem persists, contact your system administrator What may be...

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • Thin Client set up

    I have proposed that we consider bringing in Thin Clients for roughly 1/2 of our workstations, so am now tasked with bringing forward details for a complete roll-out plan....and I'm not highly experienced in this area (although I have worked with them, and enjoyed the experience) I need to find out...

    AndreaF8,000 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 FTP / IIS 6 FTP multiple files of same name being uploaded

    Just completed migrating an old NT4 FTP server to 2003. It appears that all works fine with manual uploads, but more than one of our clients has attempted to upload with an automated process - scripted or client based and had the problem where they get an access denied error message after starting...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Terminated Users Windows Server 2003

    I am kinda new to multiple account user management, so bare with me please. Is there a way to remove users from both AD and exchange after a certain lenght of time? We disable their account on termination day but do not delete them. Just wondering what some other admin phylosiphies are?  Thanks so...

    Rlove106715 pointsBadges:
  • Moving user profiles in Outlook 2003 in Active Directory environment

    I need to move roaming profiles with 3 folders (User, Home, and MSOutlookData)to a different drive on one of our servers....in an AD environment. I have never done this before, would appreciate any tips/tricks/cautions that anyone has to offer

    AndreaF8,000 pointsBadges:
  • Using multiple NIC’s in Notes Client machine

    I've searched high and low for an answer to this but this answer eludes me and I'm sure there is a relatively simple fix that I am just not recalling. Scenario: I have a machine running a Windows Server OS (Server 2003) that has 2 NIC's in it. Onto this machine was installed a single-user...

    TheHoffinator35 pointsBadges:
  • New Home Network/Business Implementation

    I have a Windows Server 2003 box connected directly to my ISP with 1 NIC handling the Internet Connection and the other NIC connected to my internal networks router. Our PC's are all running Windows 7 Ultimate but can not pull a single resource from the server. I have tried Port Forwarding and...

    OlSysOp5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem Installing update for windows server 2003 sp2

    Whenever I try to run the windows server 2003 sp2 update on sp1 it keeps complaining of inability to install the psxss.exe file(setup cannot copy the file psxss.exe) , but the file is there in the folder. Any help pls?

    Dindo5 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP database

    I have noticed duplicate IP addreses on my network despite the fact that some these addresses have been reserved. I have checked my DHCP database for corruption and nothing seems out of place. What could be the cause and do go about resolving this issue?

    Alanko65 pointsBadges:
  • Impact of Transaction logging on Windows Server 2003

    I have 4 mail servers that all backup to one other server. The backup has started taking a very long time to run so I have been asked to look into enabling transaction logging on that particular server. Can anybody advise the pros and cons of doing this on such a server please? Will this actually...

    Aaronthompson035 pointsBadges:
  • Replacing a server in an existing domain (not the main domain controller)

    I have a domain in a school system that has one Server 2003 domain controller and each of the seven schools have an additional server in the same domain. All of these servers are Server 2003 OS. I am replacing several of the school's servers with Server 2008 R2. I have run adprep and prepared my...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Services and Active Directory on one box

    I have a windows server 2003 standard with terminal Services and Active Directory setup on the one box. user profiles are local to this machine. We want to seperate the AD from this box onto another.Once AD is swung to the new machine and AD removed from the old machine will the user profiles on...

    123456300 pointsBadges:

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