• Access denied problem while making network drive in windows 2003 server

    Hi, I have recently installed win server 2003 in my office server. I created a share folder in E:/ drive (non-Windows installer drive) and thus finally created a network drive. Now items that were added in the share folder can be acessed through network drive, but if i create a new folder in...

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  • How to integrate squirrelmail in the server?

    quite new to this sorry...does anyone have an idea? would be great to hear from you soon... thanks...

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  • IIS on 2003 server

    how to configure IIS

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  • Windows virus

    I have problem with my server work with windows 2003 when I log to server I found the date return to 2004 and kasparsky anti virus is disable and when try to open it or open msconfig or regedit I have message (Another program is currently using this file )

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  • Exchange server sync with iphones

    Hello we keep getting the same warming every day we all use iphones to receive our emails IP-based AUTD has detected that the registry value for the maximum heartbeat interval is set to a value greater than the maximum allowable value of [3540] seconds.  As a result, we will proceed with the...

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  • How to setup POP3 step by step on Windows Server 2003

    Hello I'm trying to help someone setup POP3 onto Windows Server 2003 so that he can use it just to send email from his program that was custom built. The server is not part of a domain. I tried these steps from this website...

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  • can’t ping guest os from the outside LAN

    hi i have configued vmware as xp is my host os and windows2003 as server, i need to make my guest os working like a standalone PC in the LAN,which network setup i need to follow. becuse whenever i tried to make ping from guet os to LAN pc's ts working fine, but same time when i tried to ping from...

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  • How to find the processes linked to a service

    On a Server I look after a Trend-Micro service was stuck in the stopping state. As I couldn't stop/start it even from the command prompt I figured that it must be waiting on something else before it can stop. I closed Trend and this didn''t make a difference; I checked all the running processes and...

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  • replication problem in Active Directory

    i have created users for the clients on the server using the AD(in windows server 2003),and they are created but the problem is that whenever i try to login by the created user on any of the clients(using windows XP) it gets me a message saying "the user could not logon",,what could this possibly...

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  • how can i configure windows server 2003 so that to restrict users in my network from downloading files from the internet

    how can i configure windows server 2003 so that to restrict users in my network from downloading files from the internet

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  • Oracle Application Freezing up

    Oracle alert log has below error occurring frequently.  How to troubleshoot message? Fatal NI connect error 12170. VERSION INFORMATION: TNS for 32-bit Windows: Version 11.1.0.6.0 - Production Oracle Bequeath NT Protocol Adapter for 32-bit Windows: Version 11.1.0.6.0 - Production Windows NT TCP/IP...

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  • how to map a network drive on server 2003 to vista machine shared folder

    How do I map a network drive on a windows server 2003 machine to a vista machine with a shared folder. I get an error that says network path not found and that the server 2003 does not have rights. I am logged in as the administrator. I can ping the vista machine.

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  • NT 4 to 2003 local server migration

    I am attempting to migrate a VERY OLD FTP server running on NT 4 (IIS4) to new hardware running 2003 R2. I am currently using local accounts on both servers as these are not connected to our AD environment. I am able to migrate the IIS FTP sites but am needing to migrate the corresponding NT...

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  • active directory replication

    How do you view replication properties for AD partitions and DCs?

    Mazharalld5 pointsBadges:
  • Arcserve 12 DR error

    When performing a DR, DR fails when trying to restore the arcserve database. Any ideas what could be causing this...I have verified the passwords and they are correct.

    Hins375 pointsBadges:
  • How to create DHCP relay agent in Windows Server 2003

    how create dhcp realy agent in server 2003 with 2 nic

    Neel5 pointsBadges:
  • ghost image password lost how to recover

    i forget my ghost image password how can i do repair the system

    Proyal5 pointsBadges:
  • Administrator Not Seeing Server settings

    I have an admin that cannot see the Server Settings options in MOSS 2007.  everyone else can see it except her.  Has anyone seen this before?

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  • LPR Printing in Windows server 2003

    I have just set up a shared generic line printer on one of our 2003 servers, and when I print a test page everything prints OK. However, when I map it as a network printer on another machine the print job is sent to the queue but stays there and nothing is printed. In the application log on the...

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  • DHCP IP Address allocation in Server 2003

    In Windows server 2003, assume a connection session is in place and the remote  host's IP is assigned by a DCHP server.  What would happen if the DHCP server  wants to assign a new IP to the remote host? Will the connection end? or, Will the server wait till the connection is gracefully ended by...

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:

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