• Difference between Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012

    What is the difference between Windows Server 2003, Window Servers 2008 and Windows Server 2012?

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  • Domain security policy and domain controller security policy

    What is the difference between domain security policy and domain controller security policy?

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  • Unable to Join Domain from Client PC

    I have configured AD in Windows Server 2000. Then directly created a User/Group in Loacladmin.in Consol. So far everything is fine. But when I joined the domain users from Client computer, it's showing the following message. “The Join Operation was not successfully. This could be because an...

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  • How to create domain controller group policy

    We have three domains. We have created our own domain controller group policy. Within that policy are specific settings for all domain controllers. I have three domain controllers out of over 100 that are not getting that policy. All the DCs are in the domain controllers OU. I have run RSOP, and...

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  • Removing Exchange Server 2007 from the Active Directory

    Hello - our organization had an Exchange Server 2007 that got wiped. We have a new Exchange Server 2007 up and it is running fine however the active directory still thinks the old 2007 server is around and so the new Exchange Server 2007 has it showing up in the server configuration panel in the...

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  • Migrating from Windows 2003 to Windows 2003 R2

    Do I need to anything specific from migrating a DC from windows 2003 to R2 version? Thanks in advance, Jeremy

    Jeremy11235 pointsBadges:
  • Are reversibly encrypted passwords safe?

    I've noticed that in my event log, I keep getting this message when my router tries to use Radius for authentication. """The user could not be authenticated using Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP). A reversibly encrypted password does not exist for this user account. To ensure that...

    ITKE353,235 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 restarts at/before logon

    The server was working fine but either due to some software installed it started giving problems removed all extra software and had just the OS, MS Office and Symantec end point installed still it gave problems, so uninstalled Symantec end point security and the server started working fine again,...

    Shridev5 pointsBadges:
  • Retain Deleted Files From Network Drives (Share Folder)

    Hello all. I am using Windows 2003 domain server. I share three folders on the domain controller for sharing files Between different departments.i have maped these share folders on all client machine. The problem is that whenever a user delete some files from the network sharing folder it does not...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 64-bit client PC with Small Business Server 2003 standard

    Can I connect Windows 7 64-bit client pc with Small Business Server 2003 standard? Will there be any issues?

    ITKE353,235 pointsBadges:
  • Problem adding a second domain controller to a single-domain forest

    I am trying to add a second domain controller (DC) with 64-bit hardware to a domain with Exchange Server 2003 installed on the first domain controller. I was told that I need to run ADPREP to prepare the forest when I run DCPROMO. This is the first domain in the forest. However, when I ran ADPREP...

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • Replication for additional domain controller

    I have one main domain controlled that is A. I had already installed one addtional domain controller that is B , my question is how i can replicate this two domain controller through FSMO rules. Kindly tell me your replies step wise. G.Arumugam

    Arumugamgopal160 pointsBadges:
  • How can I allow end users to transfer security groups in Active Directory?

    In our organization, our users logon to their desktops with Active Directory and access SharePoint using Windows authentication. But many of our users frequently change teams, so their access to their old SharePoint team site should be removed. Our maintenance team is refusing to setup groups for...

    ITKE353,235 pointsBadges:
  • What is LSARPC?

    We have Windows 2003 Servers as our domain controller. We are facing some problem with CPU utilization. When I captured to traffic using sniffers I figured out a protocol called LSARPC  which is frequently used by clients to communicate with Domain Controllers. I am wondering what is this LSARPC?

    Yasir Irfan5,550 pointsBadges:
  • Why can’t I open this Group Policy object?

    I am unable to open a Group Policy Object. The system cannot find the path specified in Windows Server 2003. I can open about half of the GPOs and edit them, but I can't open the other half. If I rebuild the GPO, it works fine. I have run DCDIAG (Clean), GPOTOOL (Clean), I have checked with ADSI...

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Problem VLAN DHCP Server

    Hi my friends! Here is my problem: I have a Switch L3 Dell Power Connect 6248 which has VLANs configured on it. Each VLAN is a LAB. Port 2: VLAN2. 172.31.2.x Port3: VLAN3. 172.31.3.x I have a DHCP Server Windows Server 2008 connected directly on port 20 of this switch and this server has the IP...

    Mdurra25 pointsBadges:
  • Save limit on client to Windows Server 2003

    What about limiting the users saved files to max 100M, is that possible on Windows 2003 server? When client saved movies files to their shared drive. or do I need 3rd party software?

    Kiwihk60 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Active Directory restoring deleted objects

    How can we restore any deleted object that are in Tombstone without using any restore method?

    Aravinda60 pointsBadges:
  • Removing preview pane in Outlook 2007 through GPO

    Is there anyway of removing permanently the auto preview pane in Outlook 2007 using a GPO? I believe this option existed in OL2003. I need to have this change through GPO so that users can't set it up again.

    Fsk00715 pointsBadges:
  • User log in to Active Directory Windows Server 2003

    I would like to check if the users still connect to the domain or format their PCs and doesn't log to the domain. Is there any way to check that last log in of the users instead of event viewer?

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