• Exchange 2003 Is there a way to have redundancy of a mailbox

    A question submitted on SearchExchange.com Hello, Is there a way to have redundancy of a mailbox ? I looked at solutions such as XoSoft and DoubleTake, but they only propose a redundancy of server or Exchange Db. I am interested in having a server hosting "clustered" VIP's mailbox from several...

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  • Special Permissions for folders on Windows Server 2003

    Hi sorry my last question was uncompleted. -------------- for share folders there is a Users(domain\users) group that I set just set the "list of folder" permission for it,but there is a "special permisions"!!!when I edit this "special permissions", it has the rights for create folder and add data...

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  • Internet sharing throuh routing and remote in server 2003

    Hello Users let me tell you my lan senirio, in my lan i keep a internet server where droping DSL, and i install server 2003, I setup this Pc by configuring "remote and routing " , acctually I have to know steps. 1) how will i configur our clients computer to access internet , client pc have Window...

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  • Size Limit on Folders

    Hello, Is it possible to set a size limit on users folders in Windows 2003 server? Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks, Muhammad Usman.

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  • WEB SERVER 2003 PRINTER SHAREING ISSUE

    WE JUST SETUP WEB SERVER 2003 AND ARE WANTING TO HAVE A PRINTER SHARE FROM IT NOW AS U WELL KNOW THE WEB SERVER CANT BE PROMOTED TO A DOMAINE AND SO WE DONT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT NEEDING TO LOGIN THE SERVER TO PRINT SINCE IT'S A STANDALONE COMPUTER LIKE OUR XP'S WE HAVE AND WHEN THE PRINTER IS ADDED...

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  • Blackberry and Sametime

    Has anyone installed BES on a dedicated Sametime server in a Windows 2003 environment? We are running Domino 8.01 and are looking for ways to avoid reducing performance by running BES on our primary messaging server and at the same time not have to configure a separate dedicated server aside from...

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  • Doing same thing

    Hi, I'm doing the same thing - migrating from 2k3 enterprise to SBS. This is at our church and someone had given us the 2k3, but we want to switch to the SBS. Are there any major caveats in doing so? We dont' have a domain set up, we don't use AD (yet), and I'm looking forward to increase...

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  • Setting up RPC over HTTP

    We run a 2003 server with exchange 2003 ( one PC ). We have a leased line. Our router has an external IP which is nated to our servers internal IP. When we setup the remote outlook 2003 it won't connect to the exchange. We can load the SSL certificate and view the website in the "Default Web site "...

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  • Run NTBackup in the background?

    Is it possible to run NTBackup (scheduled) invisibly, or in the background? Currently I have NTBackup set to schedule during the day at (for example) 1:00PM to back up users' Outlook data files, but when it does so the NTBackup application actually launches. I am forced to do it this way, but I do...

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  • VPN & Two Offices

    Hi, I'm currently (attempting!) to configure a network for a family buisness of ours, We have 2 sites (HQ and remote office) and need to bridge the two networks over the internet. HQ - 10.1.x.x Remote Office - 10.2.x.x Both sites will have a single Windows 2003 Standered server to manage AD, DNS,...

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  • Maximum share size in Windows 2003

    I was reading an article by Gary Olsen on the techtarget.com site entitled "Leveraging DFS in Windows Server 2003 R2". In this article Gary states, "the administrator reported a performance problem on one site that had a 62 GB share size, which is close to Microsoft's recommended maximum of 65 GB."...

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  • Upgrade OS system & Oracle

    I am upgrading the OS from Windows 200 Server to Windows 2003 Server both Enterprise Editions. Is there any place I can read about how to get the existing Oracle Database onto the Windows 2003 Server.

    Grabber60 pointsBadges:
  • Can we prevent an admin from logging on to ONE particular computer?

    Is it possible prevent an administrator user from logging onto one particular computer, but they still be able to log on to any computer in their department? All users log onto the Windows 2003 domain controller and are Windows professional clients.

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  • change primary to root

    i have a primary and a secondery domain controler in 2003 server but i want to make it one server only primary.so i want to know that how can i change all those data and confuguration to secondery.

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  • Email Forwarding Permissions Error

    I have several users that when trying to forward an email from an external site are presented with an error message. "You do not have sufficient rights to perform this action on this object. Contact your Admistrator". The problem only seems to be present when forwarding on messages from an external...

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  • Using SIS with Windows Server 2003

    In our environment, we have mostly Windows 2003 R2 servers. I'm wanting to implement SIS onto our file servers to hopefully create more space. However, I know SIS is not a standalone service on Win2k3 server, but I know that if you install Windows Deployment Service(aka RIS)the SIS service comes...

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  • Upgrading Windows Server 2000 to 2003

    I'm running Exchange 2003 on a Windows 2000 server. I want to upgrade to Windows Server 2003. My OS is on a 4 Gb partition. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Mr D50 pointsBadges:
  • Synchronization between two exchange servers

    Hi We have two cooperated networks and want to synchronize our Outlook Calendars between the two Exchange servers - how can we do that? We are trying to get a VPN Site to Site up and running. Our system is Windows 2003 Server and Exchange 2003 Thank you for your time Regards

    Syddansk5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003/ Exchange 2000 Mangled attributes

    I have a windows 2000 Domain controller. it is the only server on our network, and is about to be replaced with a windows 2003 server. i have read several places that before i run adprep/ forestprep i need to run an inetorgpersonfix for exchange 2000 (what we currently use). but do i only need to...

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  • Exchange 2003 – mailbox doesnt appear in properties for user and cant create an Microsoft Outlook profile

    A question from a SearchExchange.com user: We have an existing Windows 2003 domain which has an existing Exchange 2003 implementation on it that works great. We added a child domain and ran domain prep on it. We created a Recipient Update Service entry to handle policy extension to the child...

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