• Exchange 2003 server with SP2 running on Windows 2003 SP2 new user cannot pop the emails

    I have an Exchange 2003 server with SP2 running on Windows 2003 SP2, my external uses POP there emails. Everyone is working fine, then a few days ago I setup a new user, and this new user cannot pop the emails in the normal way. All settings are the same as other users. Settings under the Outlook...

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  • to remove previous search history Windows Server 2003

    hi i am using server 2003 please tell me how can i remove previous search history , i mean when i go to any thing it save in system . tahnks & regards Ambrish

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  • WSUS and GPO: How to get the Domain Admin Account to update from Microsoft

    Hello and thanks for looking and possible helping I have a Win Server 2003 R2 Service pack 2 Running WSUS 3.1.6001.65 My Active Directory is on a Win Server 2003 R2 service Pack 2 64 bit My issue is I implemented the Wsus server and the IT Director wants to be able to log into a computer with an...

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  • Migrate existing windows 2003 OS from local disks to boot from SAN

    So far ive tried mirroring the internal disks in windows with the SAN disk and then removing the internal disks and no luck. So what I have done now is used Acronis and imaged the internal disks to the SAN disk, changed the boot options in the BIOS to point to the external disks, changed HBA...

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  • VMware server 1.0 to VMware server 2.0 upgrade. Any issues i should expect

    We are upgrading from vmware server 1 to vmware server 2.0 shortly. Are there any issues we should expect or be aware of during the upgrade. using Windows Server 2003

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  • Adding an email account to the Global address List

    I have a user that can send and receive email, but he does not show up on the Global Address List, the "Hide from exchange address lists" in properties is not checked, how do I add him to the Global Address list? Thank You!

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  • Migrating from Windows 2003 to Windows 2003 R2

    Do I need to anything specific from migrating a DC from windows 2003 to R2 version . Thanks in advance, Jeremy

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  • One user losing access in Server 2003

    I have a network of around 30 users, On Friday and Today (Monday), I have one user who cannot connect to one of the servers. This server has the "public folder" that everyone has access to as well as a few other folders that are permission controlled. He still can access his E-mail via exchange, as...

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  • Can’t log into Symantec Management Console after making Windows Server 2003 a domain controller

    We use symantec endpoint multi-tier version 11.0.2, recently made a win2003 a domain controller, now get cannot connect when logging into Symantec web console.

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  • Error when demoting Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

    i want to demote my windows 2003 active directory,but whenever i used the command "dcpromo" it gives me message that the domain does not exist....so how should i demote that server???

    Thekaran55 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008

    What is the best way to upgrade/migrate a group of windows servers running Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008?

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  • Restrict Internet Access

    How to restrict certain user access internet in windows 2003 server domain

    Arshadabdul20 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 SP1 and child domain to Windows Server 2008

    I have windows server 2008 domain controller, I want to join the windows server 2003 SE SP1 as child domain of windows server 2008 . An error occurs which says that windows version is not compatible to do this job. What is my issue

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  • Computer Clocks synchronization

    We have about 60 PCs in our high school, running Win XP Pro with a win 2003 Server. Virtually all of the computers' clock times are 10 minutes slow. If they're changed, they revert back almost immediately. On most PCs this isn't much of an issue, but tardy students are getting away with being 10...

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  • Integration issues between VMware Server and older Microsoft OSes

    I have installed VMware Server 1.0.8 and Win2000 Server in a Win2003 sp2 environment. But the Win2000 Server VM usually has a delay, but that delay is not indicated when I recieve a report on the VM. Naturally this led me to perform a performance test but when I attempted the test, I received an...

  • SERVER

    hi my name is Harry, and and am studying IT. this mode i have Windows Server 2003, how important is it in the field?

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  • How to write a PowerShell 2 script to see what users are logged on?

    I'm learning PowerShell. I have a test pc set up with Active Directory, called Enterprise1 (for Windows 2003 Enterprise edition sp2). How would I write a PowerShell 2 script to see what users are logged on? Also how would I write a script to send all logged on users a message then log all users...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Numerous Windows 2003 Security Log Event from Event ID 529

    Our website was recently hijacked, and in viewing the Security log I get the following Security Log Event roughly 3 times every 10 minutes: Date: 12/10/2008 Source: Security Time: 1:50:00 PM Category: Logon/Logoff Type: Failure Aud Event ID: 529 User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Computer: SERVER_NAME...

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  • i5/OS unable to map share through windows or navigator.

    I have a i5/OS on the network but can't seem to get it to allow me to map the shares through navigator or windows. I have the users setup in DIRE and the correct groups that have access to the shares but no change. At one point it did work but then it stopped, but I made no changes to the system. I...

    Chris65020 pointsBadges:
  • Server 2003 folder & file auditing

    I know that object auditing can be turned on in Server 2003. The Windows security resource kit says that about 30 events can be logged to the event log just for opening a file, writing a line to the file and then closing the file. This can obviously fill up an event log very quickly and make the...

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:

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