• What is the best way to take user accounts including links to home directories from the old 2003 server and copy them into server 2008?

    What is the best way to take user accounts including links to home directories from the old 2003 server and copy them into server 2008? I have created a csv file of users from server 2003, however when I import them into the new 2008 server, and re-export them the sAMAccountNames appear as numbers...

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  • Internet access on Hyper-V Private/Internal Networks?

    Is there any way to have internet access on VMs in Hyper-V that are on Private or Internal networks? In vmware there was a simple NAT process, and VMWare had a built in dhcp server for that purpose.

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  • About upgrade windows 2003 server domain controller to windows 2008 server

    Hi i have domain controller on platform windows 2003 server enterprise edition. I want upgrade this domain controller to windows 2008 server enterprise edition. I have MOC server, Sharepoint server 2003 edition, Exchange serverr 20003 server ent ed. I want to know what may be problem on my upgrade?...

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  • 2008 Member Server in 2003 Domain

    We have a Windows Server 2008 member server in a 2003 domain with 2 domain controllers. It holds our Exchange 2007 server and some other data. For the last two weeks, off and on, we have had a problem logging into Exchange from the outside. The problem will appear, and then go away. The last time...

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  • Crystal Reports 8.5 won’t run on a 64 bit server or with Windows 2007 or 2008

    I have a productional report that lets the users know when a process worked or not and creates a crystal reports 8.5 Error.rpt. Recently a couple clients have updated to Windows 2007 or Windows 2008 with a 64 bit server and now the reports won't work because they are for a 32 bit server. How do I...

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  • Administrator and user accounts on Windows Server 2008

    I have an administrator account and a user account on a server 2008. I want to be more secure and log in only as the admin when I have to. Can I stay logged in as the user and still launch applications with elevated admin privileges? Are there shortcuts I can create? And if yes, then how?

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  • tutorial of win 2003 server and 2008 server

    Can anyone hve the tutorials of how to install and configure win 2003 &2008 server.Step by step installion od domain controller, group policy,Dhcp ,Dns,Trusts,File Server.If any one hve pls mail me , my email id is qwer.qwerty86@gmail.com

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  • Support forWindows Server 2008 R2 Server Core on Client Security 2010

    Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Core is not currently supported for Client Security 2010 - any plans on when this can be expected? This question is from the Microsoft Live Chat which took place on July 13th.

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  • Backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008

    When backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008, what files am I backing up? Are all the registry hives present? Is there a way to back up this data manually or can I only do it using NTBackup?

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  • moving an existing active/passive 2005 SQL cluster onto an existing active/active SQL 2008 cluster.

    I have been tasked with moving an existing active/passive 2005 SQL cluster onto an existing active/active SQL 2008 cluster. The active/active 2008 SQL cluster consists of two nodes that are running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition. These nodes connect to an EMC SAN which has been operating...

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  • NLB with CAS not working

    We have set up Network Load Balancing (NLB) on two Hub Transport/Client Access servers. (Windows Server 2008/Exchange Server 2007) When we go directly to either of the nodes, we can access OWA just fine. However, when we try to go to the new NLB cluster, by name or IP address, we get this: The page...

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  • Task Scheduler – task creation error on Windows 2008 Server x64

    Hi, I have a problem with Task Scheduler on my Windows 2008 x64 Server. The main problem is if I try to create a tasks from Task Scheduler, when the dropdown box for 'Configure for' is selected as "Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, or Windows 2000" - If this is selected, when I press OK to create...

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  • Upgrade windows server 2003 to windows server 2008 Domain

    Hello, What is the best approach to upgrade our current 2003 (full Functional Level) to a 2008 Domain. New server hardware will be used for the Domain Controllers. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Need to start planning soon. Thanks,

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  • DHCP Split Scope – Win2008 Ent R2

    Hello I've found several articles on how to perform the DHCP split scope configuration. However when I perform the right mouse click on the existing scopes, the advanced option is not avaliable to start the wizard. I'm using Win 2008 Ent - R2. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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  • gigabit network very slow

    I have a very slow network connection to server. So slow i can not even transfer a gig of information. The network itself is fast to other workstations, network usage is minimal right now but we will soon go live and this server needs to be faster. i have so far Disable recieve-side scaling Disable...

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  • live & local NIC problem

    I have two onboard NIC in windows server 2008 machine one LAN (LOCAL) IP & another has static IP that given by my ISP. I use this server as test web server. So it is connected with both NIC as same time with local & live public IP. This server is on local domain also. Problem is that when both NIC...

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  • Sorting address list in Outlook 2003/Exchange2010

    When creating a new email and clicking the "To" button to select recipients, how can I customize the sort order in that box? The user wants a particular name to show up at the top. In Exchange 2003 the previous administrator put an asterisk at the beginning of the display name, but that sounds...

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  • Configure Single Sign On – Windows Server 2008

    I am attpemting to athenticate using kerberos on Active Directory - Windows Server 2008. The System i configuration planning documentation maps the user account to the principal on Windows 2000 using ktpass. How is this accomplished using Windows 2008?

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  • Migrate from virtual server to physical server, including AD and Exchange

    My company has a Windows Server 2008 running a virtual server of Windows Server 2003 (with Exchange 2003). We want to upgrade to Exchange 2010. Since I don't know much about Windows servers, I need to know what steps to take to migrate everything from the virtual server running Server 2003 and...

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  • Migration of windows 2003 with exchange server 2007 to windows server 2008

    dear all  i m running exchange 2007 on window server 2003 but now i want to upgrade my window server 2003 to 2008 with same exchange 2007.please guide me would i have to install new exchange on window server 2008 if yes then what will be done with my previous mails,how i can upload my privious...

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