• login persmission Windows Server 2003

    I am trying to log into a windows 2003 server through oracle enterprise manager. I get a wrong username and/or password error. I use the same credentials to login alright when I use remote desktop. Are there any permissions or rights I need to change or grant in the server to be able to login....

    Niimajor25 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Setup 2003 Server

    I have one domain server. I tried to set up the RAS VPN service as outlined in Microsoft's Knowledge base. How ever if I get the vpn to work then no one on the internal network can access the internet. I understand they use the same services. Is there a way to configure the RAS for VPN and allow...

    Hsmithdp125 pointsBadges:
  • Servers stopped mapping drives to each other.

    Hello, I was using remote desktop to configure my new server (2003 R2) with routing and remote access. As soon as I hit ok after going through the wizard I lost my connection and could not connect again. After hooking up a monitor and a keyboard and mouse, I logged back on and disabled routing and...

    Tkaltenbach5 pointsBadges:
  • Update stand alone Server 2003

    I have a standalone windows server 2003 system (Not connected to the Internet) that i would like to get the latest updates for. Is there a tool that allows me to update this Server? Without connecting to the internet.

    Alanl5 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy- folders on redirected desktop not appearing

    Hello. I have successfully redirected the desktop for our users. I want to create folders on the desktop and place shortcuts in the folders. I have created folders in the directory that is used as the redirected desktop but they do not appear for the users. Shortcuts placed directly in the desktop...

    Tantster5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up two mail domains on a one domain exchange server

    Last year we had one active directory domain. For all intensive purposes, let’s call it abc.com. With that domain, we had one IMail domain, mail.abc.com, with proper DNS records and such. Six months ago, our company decided to branch off. So we created another IMail domain, xyz.com, but we still...

    Nologist5 pointsBadges:
  • OutLook error message

    I'm running Terminal Services on a Windows 2003 server. When a few of my users log out of Outlook, they receive the following message. Microsoft Outlook has encountered a problem a needs to close. I have tried updating the office software, and haven't had any luck. Any suggestions would be...

    Mr D50 pointsBadges:
  • Win 2008 Server DC in a Win 2003 Domain

    I have a domain win 4 branch office. All DC's are W2K3 and I'm running Exchange 2003. All member servers are W2K3. I need to replace a branch office DC (W2K3). I have no plans to replace any other DC's at this time. Question: is it safe to replace the branch office DC with a 2008 Server without...

    BigMike1025 pointsBadges:
  • Fax server problem in w2k3 server

    My fax server getting stopped or hange very often.If try to stop and restat the fax sever alone it won't work.I have restart the whole server itself to get back to the earlier status.IF i do so it works fine.But i think it is not a good practice to restart the server once or twice in a week.So...

    IT Admin40 pointsBadges:
  • Getting a kerberos error when trying to explore client PC

    Hello people A friend has asked me if I could resolve a problem he has with his small office network. He has a server running Windows 2003 Small Business Server and two clients PC's using XP. He has a fax program on one of the clients that he used to route his information from the server from to...

    Gcoutts15 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Access Windows Server 2003

    I'm trying to set up remote access to our network for a user. The domain account is created (as a member of Domain User and Remote Desktop Users, not an administrator) as is the roaming profile he is to use on the Windows 2003 server he'll be accessing. I pointed his AD profile to the roaming...

    Mikhill5 pointsBadges:
  • New DC replication Windows Server 2003

    I have a Win2K3 server setup and ready to add to an existing domain. Would I just do a dcpromo then put it on the network? or am I missing something?

    Muddhole70 pointsBadges:
  • What are the steps to install multiple instances of SQL Server 2005 on Windows Server 2003 SP1 cluster?

    What are the steps to install multiple instances of SQL Server 2005 on Windows Server 2003 SP1 cluster?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • GP works in winxp doesn’t in win2k

    Good afternoon all, My name is David, I'm new here. I have a problem I have a DC in Win2k3 that has the GPs all working but the policy for Active Desktop works in WinXP but not in Win2k can you help? Thanks in advance. Best regards, David

    Annubis25 pointsBadges:
  • How to build a domain

    I'm trying to build a domain. I would like to confirm the order of steps to sucessfully accomplish this task. Such as build a domain controller first, DNS then Exchange 2003 server. The os for the servers are all Windows Server 2003. Any help would be appreciated.

    -Joe-5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding member server 2003 to server 2000 Domain Controller

    I am attempting to add several member servers w/2003 OS to a 2000 OS Domain Controller. The DC sees the new servers but access to objects coming from or going to the new servers is not allowed. This is using the Local Admin profile depending what server I am on. I must be missing some setup...

    Tigerthetony5 pointsBadges:
  • Add Windows 2003 server to existing Domain Windows 2000 server

    How can I add the new Windows 2003 Server into existing Domain Windows 2000 Server and replicate existing Active Directory of Windows 2000 Server

    Ict60 pointsBadges:
  • Can you perform a brick backup on Exchange 2007 using 2003 Server

    We are in the process of setting up Exchange 2007. The CA BAB11.5 backup software we have does not have the capability to perform brick level backups on Exchange 2007. Is there any capability in 2003 Server to backup Exchange 2007 at the brick level or at alll?

    Jhp125 pointsBadges:
  • licensing costs, hardware/drive suggestions for Microsoft Exchange 2007

    We currently have Exchange 2003 (6.5) running on Windows 2003 Standard server (for about 4 years). We have about 450 mailboxes taking up about 16GB, 1 mailbox store on one email server. We are looking at new hardware and I am thinking this would be an opportunity to migrate/upgrade to Exchange...

    ITKE344,705 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 How can i logoff user after certain period of time

    How can i logoff user after certain period of time. not just end the session also logoff the user. Server 2003 workstation xp/200 thank you

    S1235 pointsBadges:

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