• Active Directory seeing new computer as pre 2000?

    We are using windows server 2003 and computers that are only a year or two old are showing up in AD as windows pre-2000 computers. Is there any way to correct the issue? These computers are running XP pro, vista and the beta windows 7rc operating systems.

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  • Editing display names in Office SharePoint 2007

    I need to edit my display names in office sharepoint 2007.After removing the users from sharepoint and adding them again,i thought the display names would change but they never did.I had made a mistake in one of the users names in active directory though the user logon names still remain thesame.

    Wachen60 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Issues

    Hi, Our Network is a single AD domain distributed across two sites (Site 1, Site 2). Each site got One exchange server 2003 with latest patches and SP's on Windows2003R2 Servers. If a new user account is created on Site 1 which got Exch01, every thing works fine. If create user account on Site2...

    Avengeer20 pointsBadges:
  • 25 character code

    I have purchased a 5 lic extra cal pak for my SBS and when tryong to install this it asks me to input the 25 character code, this does not appear on the license sheet that came in the package, do you have any idea please

    Liddled5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Warning eventlog Massage after every 3 minutes

    I have 3 DCs in my organisation one CDC and tow ADC.In eventlog DNS event 4521 is generated after every 3 minutes in all DCs.can any one guide me why it is happen?

    vvadher5 pointsBadges:
  • Deploying Sites with AD

    I have done some research on sites within AD and it seems to be the way to go. My only concern is deploying a site configuration into an existing network. There would be two subnets which would be affected which are in two different geographical locations. Can anyone share an experience deploying...

    Nimick85 pointsBadges:
  • AD Profile Home Folder

    Hello we have a very large network with over 30K accounts. We assign students their home folder through AD Profile tab and mapped it out to their designated campus. Sometimes the mapping does not happen to the right folder and it will default to the root of the drive to be mapped out. To correct...

    Magoo105 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:
  • Running sound over the LAN via Terminal Services

    in running terminal servers, has anyone run sound and or video via terminal services and how did it work out?

    Buddyfarr6,850 pointsBadges:
  • BSOD – Windows Server 2003 R2 -scsiport.sys error

    Here's the narrative: After June 2009 MS updates restart, got the dreaded BSOD - scsiport.sys 000000d1 b3d47000 d0000008 0 f7284ef8 This is a Dell 2800 server with internal LTO-2 tape drive. Win2003 R2 SP2 all patches. On restart the system comes up to "network connections" before it BSOD and...

    Zxcvb25 pointsBadges:
  • Domain Controllers within two Sites

    I am currently investigating sites within AD. The configuration which I am looking at doing is having two DC within the main site (top of the tree) and one DC in the new site created. If for some reason with the new site the DC server goes down will the clients still be able to login using the DC...

    Nimick85 pointsBadges:
  • Remote PowerShell for adding a DAG in Exchange 2010?

    What configuration settings are needed to allow remote PowerShell for adding and removing servers from a DAG? Thanks! Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 Public Folders

    Hi I seem to have a problem, our network runs Server 2008, with exchange 2007, clients running outlook 2007, I set up a public folder, sharing contacts. The problem is that, there is two users who must have permission to create and edit these contacts, which they can do, but for some or other...

    Yoda1015 pointsBadges:
  • Windows SBS 2003 users cannot log into remote web workspace

    I have a server running Windows server 2003 sbs with remote web workspace. Only users with administrative rights are able to log in. Any other user is unable to log in. All users can login to Outlook remote access with no problem. Please help.

    Rdgtrains15 pointsBadges:
  • email services.

    Hi to all i have Installed the inbuilt "email services" in server 2003. the question is that can i access my POP3 Server through my web browser like Exchange? if yes, pls let me know how???????????? thanks in advance............

    Sahilsingh0130 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Restriction for users with Windows group policy

    Dear Friends, pls guide me how to restrict users form password protacting excle sheets using group policy or other method.Please note my email id for further communication patil_dipak2@yahoo.com

    Sagardip10 pointsBadges:
  • Group policy

    How to get group policy in all desktop

    Sudheesh10 pointsBadges:
  • can exchange manage two domains

    can exchange manage two domains

    Caddman35 pointsBadges:
  • Prevent users from stopping services on workstations

    Using GPO, how can I prevent users from stopping the Symantec AntiVirus service on workstations?

    Fanie10 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble opening Group Policy

    When I try to open Group Policy on my company domain controller, I receive the error message: “The Domain Controller for Group Policy is not available” Also, in the Event Viewer application log there are a lot of error logs with Event ID 1058: “Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:

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