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    I want to hide windows (98 and XP) desktop shotcut properties target information (path of application) for all conected users. Pl help me where i can do this action.

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    step to upgrading server 2003 32 bit to 64 bit

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    Our client has 1 SBS server with Exchange. Each user (obviously) has their own email address. The business has multiple branches/offshoots - most of which also have their own domain name. (This is so the company can easily be split up if and when the owner wishes to do so.) For arguments sake lets...

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  • Dell 2390 inspire, SBS 2003 server

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  • ** Sunday Shutdown Procedure **

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  • Add quota to shared folders on Windows Server 2003

    We have a Windows 2003 server with a shared HDD and lots of shared folders, I want to put a quota on all the shared folders,

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  • What are the implications of virtualizing a domain controller?

    What are the implications of virtualizing a domain controller? This question is from the 5/14 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • active directory permissions windows server 2003

    i have the active directory on windows server 2003, and i create a user, i am loginto client system xp as a user but i have no administrator permissions and i don't know the administrator password, my question is can i take full permissions on server 2003

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  • Exchange 2007

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  • re install PDC

    if i reinstall my PDC then after re installation it's effect my ADC active directory (if i allow my ADC server standby master role). i mean the fresh new blank active replicate my old active directory in ADC.

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  • we have 2008 and the Dr is wanting him, his PA and office manager to be able to log in at sametime

    Server 2008 We have a madical program running on the server and the Dr would like at least 3 to be able to remote into the server to run that medical program... how would we acomplish this? Please send me info to frenchc1@aol.com

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  • sbs 2003 deny delete file

    deny users ability to delete shared files and shared folders

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  • Getting IIS 7 and Glassfish 2.1 to work together

    Hi, I'd like to learn how to configure IIS 7 on Windows Server 2008, so that all requests for files ending in the .JSP extension, arriving at IIS 7's ip address and port, are automatically forwarded by IIS 7 to a single running instance of the Glassfish 2.1 application server, same ip address but...

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  • Migrate from a NT DC to 2003 DC, with single name domian

    We have a small network run by a NT 4.0 SP6 DC, with the domain name of "domain". This is a single name domain space, not domain.com or parent.child.com, just "domain". That's issue number one. Issue number two is the DC is running two (2) SCSI drives with four (4) partitions on each drive and each...

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    Our clients newly installed SBS 2003 R2 is sending out Allocated Memory Alerts. My co-worker says this is common for SBS installations, something to do with SQL Server. He figures we should maybe shut down the SQL service, as it is not in use at this company. I have certainly seen this crop up on...

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  • Windows 2008 in Win 2003 SBS Domain – AD Issues.

    Hi, I'm trying to help sort out some teething issues with a Win2008 Std Svr incorporated into an existing Win2k3 SBS Domain. The 2008 Svr was preped to join the existing SBS Domain as a seconday member server. But they have recently being having access issues & the Sys Log is displaying Event ID...

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  • Names are not getting reflected in Global Address List in Exchange 2007

    I have win2003 Server Enterprise with Ms-Exchange 2007 Server and Ms-Outlook 2007 as the email client. Some of the contacts i create under Active Directory Users & Computers -> Domain -> Users, are not getting reflected or shown in the Global Address List when i try to look out for a contact....

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  • Winows Firewall issue with Server 2003

    I am getting an error message on WIndows Server 2003 SP2, that will tell me "Windows Firewall connot run becuase another program is currently running. Any suggestions how to find what may be running?

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  • simply copy from one pc to another

    hello. I was ashamed to ask the question to my colleagues though I am an absolute newbie... When I finally got the courage to do ask, I found out to my surprise that they did not know better than me..... here is the question: I access the AD of my customer by logging to a windows server 2003, call...

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  • why we install Active Directory in server base os like 2003 server

    why we install Active Directory in server base os like 2003 server

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