• Upgrading from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008

    We are looking to upgrade our Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network to be a Windows Server 2008 AD network what will I need to do and in what order? The member servers or the AD machines first? We are running 2003 in native mode. There is also an Exchange server.

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  • Mass disable of users via Active Directory by organizational unit

    Can me mass disable users via active directory by organizational unit? If an entire group left the company at one time we need to disable the whole group's access. Active directory running 2003 and 2008.

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  • Windows XP hangs at applying computer settings

    We just installed a new RWDC to replace an old RODC. We powered off the RODC to test the new DC. However as we have not yet demoted the old RODC XP users report that clients use a long time at "applying computer settings". Typically 20-60 sec. Will this dissapear when demoting the RODC or is...

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  • Fail over with two disk hardware mirror

    If I currently have a two disk hardware mirror or RAID 1 can I migrate the data from them to a RAID 5 array by adding 4 more drives? Do I need all 6 drives in the array or can I make one of them hot swappable in case something goes wrong? Will it fail over automatically? I am using a Windows Server...

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  • Running client email with RDS

    How do I run the client machines email with my spplication on the remote desktop?

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  • Multiple user with different rights

    I am running server 03 and 08.  I have many clients running XP.  I have restricted these clients so they are unable to get to anything on the network.  When I sit down to work on a PC, it would be nice to access resources that are not permitted to these users.  I currently have to remote into...

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  • Local versus SAN drives identification

    Hi Friends, How we can identify the drive that are Loacal Drive or SAN Drive in windows 2003 or 2008 server.   Thanks. Aravind.

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  • Windows Server 2008 virtual machine in VMware ESXi server?

    Can I install a virtual machine in Windows Server 2008 Ent x64 Edition which is a VM in VM Ware ESXi server?

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  • Can Windows Server 2008 64-bit have 32-bit instead?

    Can 32-bit software be installed on a 64-bit Windows Server 2008?

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  • Downgrading from Windows Server 2008 64-bit to 32-bit

    Can a Windows Server 2008 64 bit operating system be downgraded to 32 bit without having to reinstall the operating system?

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  • Upgrading from Windows server 2003 R2 to Windows Server 2008

    Can we upgrade Windows Server 2003 R2 to Windows Server 2008? Is it a clean easy upgrade or should we buy a new box and migrate?

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  • Installing Windows 2008 recovery console on windows server 2008 server

    How do i install the windows 2008 recovery console on a Windows server2008 as a boot option?

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  • Displaying event log through RSS

    Can we display the windows event log via rss so we can display it in a feed? How can we do this off of a windows server 2008?

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  • Allow terminal server users to install ActiveX control without being local admin?

    How do I allow terminal server users, that do not have local administrative rights, to install a specific ActiveX control? When they try to install it currently, they get an access denied message, and I have to run it as a domain admin, which is a local administrator in order to install it. I do...

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  • What is the best application for backing up multiple servers on my network?

    What is the best application for backing up multiple servers on my network with close to 15 tb of data on a Windows 2008 Server? We will be backing up about 20 boxes.

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  • How to Join MySQL database box to a Windows Server 2008 DNS

    How do I add a Mysql database server to my win 2008 r2 domain. Firstly do I install the Mysql on another Win 2008 box then join to DNS. I also need to add a Apache web server which will be in the DMZ. I need to install the followingMySql database on a seperate server from my DNS server then join...

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  • Joining new domain controller for Replication

    Dear Experts; we have a DC running Win Server 2008 Standard X32, and we installed new Win Server 2008 R2 Enterprise X64 for redunduncy & Replication, when we want to promote the second server to a DC it give us error: shows that we have to prepare the AD for the new DC, and we already did that, but...

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  • Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008

    Hello,   I have installed exchange 2007 and want to be able to un-embed .wav voicemails instead of having them embedded. Is this possible? I have tried removing the UM profile for the user however the eMail's still comes through with the embedded  Media Player for the message. If you reqire...

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  • Help with multiple tokens in a DOS batch file

    I need some help using multiple tokens in a DOS batch file. This is what I am trying to do;

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  • Networking solution

    I have a senario of SMB requiring a win2008 server, Apache web server, Sql database server, Exchange 2010. How many servers do I realistically have to get. 24 hosts with view to expand. And future interstate branches. Voip is a consideration also. VPN........ The site is 2 floors. No...

    Jasonjlewis45 pointsBadges:

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