• Why does a user keep getting locked out of Active Directory?

    One of our users keeps getting locked out of Active Directory. We're not sure why it's happening (it may be due to an app that's connected to SQL Server). How can we figure out what happened here?

    ITKE372,225 pointsBadges:
  • Windows PowerShell Tutorial

    Can anyone recommend/provide a link to a good Windows PowerShell Video tutorial?

    TechTalker2,310 pointsBadges:
  • How many Active Directory groups am I in?

    I currently still have a Windows XP desktop for my job. How can I figure out how many Active Directory groups I'm in? Thank you.

    ITKE372,225 pointsBadges:
  • Accept Security Policy at Domain Login

    We need to set up a message for users to accept when logging in their domain account. I know an Interactive login can be defined on win2003 to display title and text. We need to display the message once for users to accept and login and it is logged that the user accepted the policy and if they...

    Maryam82100 pointsBadges:
  • Trigger email alerts on Windows Server 2008

    In Windows Server 2oo8, can I trigger it to send out an email alert when our logical disk partitions become low on space? We currently have two SQL Servers that are running out of space. It's due to log files. Thank you.

    ITKE372,225 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2012 Beginner – File permissions and security

    I am a complete beginner with server 2012 and I'm trying to give a test user permission to access ENGINEERING shared folder, but not ACCOUNTS shared folder. I also want all users to be able to have complete admin control over their own machines (to install software etc). Their machines are joined...

    Jlymn45 pointsBadges:
  • Connect:Direct – I need help installing the direct connect

    Dear community, I need help with the tool, someone would have some tutorial or material to help break the time of tool installation? I need to install the tool on a Windows 2008 R2 server.  I'm waiting, and thank you!

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  • How use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2

    How do I use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2?

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  • linux / Windows server

    a network runing on workgroup networking. i want to install mail server on its.what is better option for me choose linux server or window server (AD).we have 100 user on my network please give me appro suggestion

    Bbb845 pointsBadges:
  • Changing the Users Administrator password in the Active Directory

    Can you and if so, how do you change the password to the administrator user in the Active Directory?

    LeChat80 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Group Policy

    I am using windows 2003 Active directory to mange approx 50 users in my organization. it ans ad agency and all the users required full time internet access. All the users are login to the domain as normal user( and locally they are limited user). In this case the users don't have the right to open...

    Haisura5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory clients cannot use some software

    Hi Experts, We have an Domain controller (Windows 2008 R2)  installed with all AD group policy implemented. We are facing an weird issue that as we install SQL or Visual Studio 2012 or later one, these all software require option "Run As Administrator" to run all options incorporated in them. Now...

    MandeepSahani5 pointsBadges:
  • AD Security without modifying object’s Security Descriptor

    I am developing a test application to protect Active Directory object's attribute modification without modifying its Security Descriptor. Can anyone please help me out with some code snippet or useful link.

    talwarsahab13135 pointsBadges:
  • Migrate Groupwise to Exchange

    What is the ideal method to migrate Groupwise 8 to Microsoft Exchange 2010?

    Esparragoj5 pointsBadges:
  • Logon/Logoff script setup as group policy not running – Server 2008

    I have written two scripts to create a log of when a user log ons and off the network. I have tested the scripts by double clicking on them and they work fine and I am able to get them to run on a local machine by setting them to run at logon/logoff by using the local group policy editor. My issue...

    MrRellim25 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a problem with my file server and SQL or the operating system?

    Hello good day, I have a LAN with star topology-tree. (Internet dedicated, 1 router, 2 servers, 1 switch, 1 AP, 40 PCs) OS Windows Server SBS 2003 and PCs with Windows 7 and 8. The network cards in the servers are 1GB, Router 1GB, 1GB switch PCs 100MB. Cat5e cabling. But the data transfer is very,...

    JASAvtek5 pointsBadges:

    what is the basic difference windows 2000 server & windows 2003 server.

    Psharma11760 pointsBadges:
  • PCI audit for domain administrators

    Our client is currently a Tier 1 PCI company and our auditor made a suggestion in regards to us as System Administrators / access rights. Right now, our entire Windows infrastructure is about 700 desktops and 80 servers, along with 10 domain controllers. Now, they're saying we should move to a...

    ITKE372,225 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012

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

    zakirullahsahil5 pointsBadges:
  • PowerShell Script doesn’t change computer name

    Trying to change computer name with a PowerShell script. In order to make things easier I included a batch file so I can double click the batch file and it runs the PowerShell Script. //batch file @ECHO OFF PowerShell.exe -NoProfile -Command "& {Start-Process PowerShell.exe -ArgumentList...

    SunnyYukChan5 pointsBadges:

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