Have a look at the following pages: <a href=”http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2003/exchange_2003_install.htm”>Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Installation </a> <a href=”http://downloads.techrepublic.com.com/5138-10879-5947164.html”>Install, configure, and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003 in a new Exchange environment</a> (from MCSA/MCSE Implementing and Managing Exchange Server 2003 Exam Cram 2) <a href=”http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2003/”>Microsoft Exchange Server 2003</a>
View Answer | November 27, 2008 6:26 PM
Exchange 2003, Exchange on Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003
Filemaker is one of the easier databases to move. Just make sure you know the static paths of your external database sources so you can update those after moving the folders. You can also copy and paste the database to another location and use that as a test. Once you’ve figured out all of the [...]
View Answer | November 25, 2008 11:38 PM
Backup, Backup & recovery, Database Backup Strategies, Dell PowerEdge 2650, Filemaker Pro, FileMaker Pro 8, FileMaker Server, SAN, SAN Backup, Scheduled Backup
You did not say specifically, but typically this behavior occurs with meeting requests. When a mailbox owner assigns a delegate they sometimes check “send meeting requests and responses to my delegates only and not to me”. Then all responses including NDRs will go to the delegate. Have the mailbox owner uncheck this box.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 7:48 PM
Delegate, Exchange 2003, NDR, Non-Delivery Reports, Server Cluster, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 Clustering Services
Call the antivirus vendor for tech support.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 7:14 PM
Anitvirus, Windows 2000 Server
This is the intended behavior for Exchange 2003 and Active Directory. AD does not provide a way to grant access only to a specific folder. It is as you discovered, the entire mailbox. As a Microsoft expert said in a seminar I attended once “This is not a problem, this is a feature”.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 7:06 PM
Active Directory, Exchange 2003, Outlook calendar
Your best security option is to set up sharepoint with an ssl certificate and have external users connect by https. They will be required to provide credentials. Yes it will use active directory for authentication. This will secure your site from unauthorized users. =============== Please review my blog entry about <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/it-trenches/alternatives-to-e-mail-attachments/”>Alternatives to e-mail attachments [...]
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:51 PM
Active Directory, ISA, ISA Server, SharePoint, SharePoint 2007, Windows Server
You can limit access to one group in AD. We do that in our organization. You do not have to have domain users as members of the resource, no.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:30 PM
Active Directory, Domain Users
Is this on local pC’s or in the domain? What is your DC OS level?
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:24 PM
Active Directory, DOS Batch, Migrations and upgrades, Scripting, VBScript
What is it exactly you are trying to achieve? Are you trying to prevent one group of people in one OU from being able to communicate with people in another OU? If not, please explain in more detail. Thanks.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:22 PM
Active Directory, Active Directory security
Check your event logs on the exchange server and the client pc. You may find an error which helps you determine the problem.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:20 PM
Exchange 2003, Outlook, Outlook 2007, Outlook error messages, Windows 2003 domain
Removing the Exchange 5.5 server.<a href=”http://www.spamresource.com/2007/02/backscatter-what-is-it-how-do-i-stop-it.html”>
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:15 PM
Active Directory, DC, Domain Controller, Exchange 5.5, Windows Server 2003
Outlook will create a new contact in the user’s personal mailbox using this method. In order to create the contact in the public folder you will need to do it manually in the public folder. This is the default coding for Outlook, sorry.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 4:37 PM
Outlook, SBS, SBS 2003 R2, Shared Contacts, Terminal Server
Are the calendars she cannot view entries on completely blank or do they have diagonal grey lines meaning outlook cannot pull the information for them? If the grey lines are there try having one of those users run the <a href=”http://www.petri.co.il/outlook_2003_command_line_switches.htm”>cleanfreebusy switch</a> and see if this resolves it for her.
View Answer | November 25, 2008 4:27 PM
Exchange 2003, Outlook, Outlook 2007, Outlook calendar, Outlook error messages, Outlook permissions, Windows Server 2003
It seems from your question that you are talking about a separate email account for each iphone. In the users properties in AD are the new users enabled for active sync? You did not say whether you checked that. There is no default limit of two connections in exchange 2003, but you do need to [...]
View Answer | November 25, 2008 3:54 PM
ActiveSync, Event ID 3005, Exchange 2003, iPhone, SBS, SBS 2003, Windows Server 2003
Hi, the only way to accomplish to this is by using a proxy server. You can find many free proxy servers on the web. Bye Don’t forget to visit my blog:<a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/it-support/”> If it has a plug, it’s IT stuff!!</a>
View Answer | November 25, 2008 3:51 PM
Domain management, User Permissions, Windows Server 2003
This will all depend on your RAID card. Most RAID cards will allow you do use larger hard drives. It will simply use the first half of the 73 Gig drive leaving the other half of the drive free for other use later. You won’t be able to tell the RAID controller to make the [...]
View Answer | November 25, 2008 5:19 AM
Hard drives, Hardware Upgrade, RAID 5, Windows NT
The problem is the computer cannot resolve the server by DNS. You should set the DNS manually when you are trying to add the computer to the domain. In your DHCP server settings, make sure you add the Scope Option 006 for DNS server. Add the server IP to the DNS servers list. You should [...]
View Answer | November 24, 2008 10:59 PM
DHCP, DNS, Domain Name System, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Linksys EZXS88W, Linksys WRT54GS, Motorola Surfboard modem, NIC, Routers, Switches, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 configuration, Windows XP
<a href=”http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=518d870c-fa3e-4f6a-97f5-acaf31de6dce&displaylang=en”>Here is one.</a> *********************** This <a href=”http://rshelton.com/archive/2008/06/04/free-download-windows-server-2008-step-by-step-guidelines.aspx”>list </a> has several resources and references for Windows server 2008. Good Luck! -Flame ——————————– <a href=”http://www.trainsignal.com/Intro-to-Windows-Server-2008-Training-P28.aspx”>This site</a> seems to have free downloadable training videos on windows server 2008.
View Answer | November 24, 2008 3:09 PM
Certifications, Microsoft certifications, Windows Server 2008
<a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331062″>Three letters – ISA </a> You can also install ISA Server after you upgrade to Windows Server 2003. However, the packet filter extension driver in the release version of ISA Server is incompatible with Windows Server 2003, and it is blocked from loading during installation. During installation, you can safely ignore all error messages [...]
View Answer | November 23, 2008 3:11 PM
Domain Controller, Internet access, User Permissions, Windows Server 2003
The Command line command is CACLS. To remove users from the security settings of a file use. CACLS filename /R users To add Full user access to a file use. CACLS filename /G user:F
View Answer | November 21, 2008 11:51 PM
Active Directory, File permission, Group Policy, NTFS, NTFS permissions, USB security, Windows Server 2003