• bmail.exe not executing

    hello i downloaded bmail from http://www.beyondlogic.org/solutions/cmdlinemail/cmdlinemail.htm i double clicked on the bmail.exe on my desktop and nothing happened i work on windows 2003 server can anyone help me please

    Joewazen5 pointsBadges:
  • Users cannot change password when prompted

    I use Windows Server 2003 with Active Directory. I have strict password policies set, and lately my users have been getting warnings that their passwords are expiring in X amount of days. I know the defualt is set to start prompting at 14. The problem is that when my users opt to change their...

    Sturdy2725 pointsBadges:
  • print servers run on windows 2003 sp2 in vm

    we have three servers. Two are running on vm. Are their any advantages or disadvantages to do this

    Mcattack745 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2000 to Windows Server 2003 SBS upgrade

    I have the following situation... I have started working in a new job and one of my primary tasks was to upgrade this office to a new server and equipment... (from win 2000 to win 2003 sbs) All the "users" currently are on pop3 (on our company website, on a hosting provider) on there outlook in a...

    ITKE54,820 pointsBadges:
  • How to prevent users from using EFS encryption in Windows Server 2003?

    I have two related question regarding Windows Server 2003: 1- How do I prevent users from using EFS encryption? 2- If a file, or a folder, is already encrypted using EFS by a user and the file permissions have been changed to prevent admin from deleting this file, how can the admin recover the...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Can I use my DC server as Exchange Server?

    I have server that is the main domain controller, active directory, dns and file server for the company. Can it also be used as an exchange server for the emails? Is it advisable to do so? If yes, are there any things i should keep in mind before installing exchange on it.

    Sirohi5 pointsBadges:
  • Rolling back a SQL Server 2005 database while retaining data added

    I have a database that has been running for about six months in SQL Server 2005 on 64-bit Windows Server 2003. There are no backups, but recovery mode is set to full and I have never deleted the log file. I need to rollback to a recent point in time while also retaining data added since that point...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Copying/Mirroring 2003 Exchange

    Currently we have a Windows 2003 Server running 2003 Exchnage as a domain controller. What we are trying to do is backup and copy our current exchange data to a new server and exchange we have installed. Then mirror the two servers. Shut down the original without having losing email time. Then...

    Dsellari15 pointsBadges:
  • IIS Authentication Blues

    I recently installed SharePoint Server 2007. My first time. Initially I had no problems using the full SharePoint Central Administration site. The problems began when I set up the portal page; the initial collection site. I couldn't get access to the portal page. I remote desktop into the Server...

    Jcrealm5 pointsBadges:
  • Cluster Win2k3 adding and deleting drives

    What is involved in deleting a drive from a cluster OSwin2k3 R2 Enter Stand Sp1 and adding a bigger drive

    GSADMIN5 pointsBadges:
  • windows 2003 folder

    Hi i am using two mchines with windows 2003. The windows folder in one iscalled Winnt and the exact one call windows in the other. Does any one knows why? Liran

    Liranby5 pointsBadges:
  • Email Addresses have question mark Outlook 2003 with Exchange 2003

    Hello All, Not so sure how to explain this. We have an Exhcnage 2003 SP2 running on Server 2003, most clients are using Outlook 2003 some Thunderbird or similar mail clients. When a user sends an email to anyone in the company using the Global Address List, sometimes the recipient and even the CCed...

    Sdr071515 pointsBadges:
  • System administrator policies Windows Server 2003

    When I try to install VMware on a Windows 2003 Server I get the message "The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation." How do I un-set this policy?

    Avast5 pointsBadges:
  • Federated Fabric cluster

    Can any one help me out on how to setup a federated fabric cluster using SQL 2005 + windows 2003

    Henrywat4885 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003 users

    how to create 200 users at one time in windows 2003 server

    Wifi5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Printing Problems – IP address changed

    Hello again, I've spent the last few days racking my brain over this one, but here goes. We're running Windows Server 2003, Enterprise edition at work. I installed a printer on Friday morning, Nashuatec DSM730 - printer / photocopier to the network, with no problems - as DNS / DHCP was enabled the...

    Pashers65 pointsBadges:
  • Message of the Day in MS Windows Server 2003

    Hi there I want to provide a MOTD service as people login on the network, so that we can keep people informed of events and things they need to do within the surgery. Has anyone any experience of doing this? What did you use? As we're in the NHS primary care end, we have to fund this ourselves so...

    Hackwood25 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003 Server Slow Login

    I have a Windows 2003 domain server. i have 150 Users in it.but when a user loin this domain it will take 2 to 3 minutes.pls. help me.

    Sjuyal30 pointsBadges:
  • ISA server blocking all access – How do you configure correctly?

    We have a small network with two servers. One exists solely as a file and print server, the other is running Server 2003 as a Domain Controller, DNS server and Exchange server. We are looking at deploying ISA 2006 on this domain controller so I duplicated the PC into a virtual machine as well as...

    Justinj20 pointsBadges:
  • Identify 802.1x clients in an AD domain

    I'm designing an 802.1x wired deployment with MAC Authentication Bypass for Windows workstations without the 802.1x client. I need to identify which workstations have the client and which do not. I also need to configure the 802.1x client on the workstations that do have it. The 802.1x client is...

    Peterp270 pointsBadges:

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