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  • How can I restrict user to delete any document form Windows Server?

    I want to do that the user can access file, they can read but not able to save as or delete that file from server. Is this possible or not? If yes then please let me guide.

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  • windows server 2003 forgotten password

    how do i login to my administrator account in windows server 2003 if i have forgotten the password and i don't have another existing account???

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  • blocking permission inhertiance in Windows Server 2003

    the steps that are involve in blocking permission inhertance using active director users and computers

    Stanus5 pointsBadges:
  • Replace permission entries on all child objects will do the same for all child folders.

    replacing permission entries on all child object with the entries shown here that apply ot chid object ---- what is the use of this option in windows server 2003 ent. in advance security tab, along with nherit from parent will make this folder inherit all of the permissions from the parent folder. ?

    Vi45 pointsBadges:
  • How can I stop users searching network drives?

    We have a number of mapped network drives and one of them is l linux mapped drive. When users search they tend to search all drives. When the Linux drive is searched it slows the linux server down for all users. How can I prevent them from searching a drive letter? I found this but is only for...

    RickC495 pointsBadges:
  • prevent to save files from tha server

    Hi there Is there a way to prevent users from saving files form the server on a local machine. I need that the users can only see the files (images) but not to save these files in their machines

    Lvelasco725 pointsBadges:
  • Mysterious permissions issue on Win2k3 server

    The setting: small high school computer lab; new server with Win Server 2003 installed; it is a member of the domain; I log into it using domain admin credentials. So far no problem. I download an exe or bat file onto the desktop (or anywhere on the drive). I check properties of the file. Security...

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server can’t see who has share in use

    I have a server running Windows 2003 standard with a folder that is being shared. On this share I have limited the User Limit to one user. I have done this by going to the properties of the share, under the general tab, User Limit section, Allow this number of users: and set to 1. When I have...

    Wimble25 pointsBadges:
  • cant log on to Windows Server 2003

    I have a windows 2003 server which is a DC , but i cant log on using even administrator. any help?

    Gorfey10 pointsBadges:
  • deny ipods dhcp

    Hi, I want to deny ipod users DHCP. W2K3 Domain with AD. Any ideas how to stop them? thanks guys.

    Graham0045 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003 Authority

    How can I setup my Help Desk Tier 1 administrator to be able to reset passwords and unlock workstations? This user currently has "standard user" access priviledges. Thanks in advance for your response

    Badger095 pointsBadges:
  • Hiding a shared folder

    We have a public folder on one of the data servers in our domain. Everyone has read access to this folder and many have write access as well. In this public folder there is also our MIS_Notes folder. The MIS_Notes Folder is accessible only by those in the Administrator group. The folder is visible...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Permission problem in Windows 2k3

    Good afternoon all, I've got a Windows 2003 server this machine is the DC and I need a certain user to access a shared folder and to add material to that folder, I gave him permissions for modify and all that but when he pastes something there the server all gives him a "no permission" message, the...

    Annubis25 pointsBadges:
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