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  • How best to control Junior Admins

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  • OWA access when AD account expired.

    In our Exchange environment users whose AD account is expired , they are able to log in to OWA . If i not wrong they should get "HTTP : 403 forbidden access " error . Please suggest ....

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  • Black Screen after Windows Vista Login to Domain Controller

    Currently experiencing problems when basic domain users login to their desktops. I have three desktops running Windows Vista Business experiencing the same problem. Here is the problem: - User will login to their account as they normally do -- no problems occur before the login process. - Windows...

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  • Free Chapter – Manage fine-grained password and account lockout policies

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  • Domain Failover

    How domain failover works suppose i have domain controller 1 & controller 2 both are on But if the dc 1 goes down for some reason how will the failover happen

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  • Cannot view users via workgroup machine on Windows Server 2003

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  • Store.exe allocating memory

    Hello: For the last two weeks I have been getting the message: store.exe allocating more memory than usual. It is on a dell server with windows server 2003 and we are using exchange for our email. I have 8 GB RAM. I don't seem to be having any problems with the server other than receiving this...

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  • Adding Clients to a Server 2003 Domain

    I have been struggling with this issue for several weeks now. We have a school network that I am trying to support. I was not there when it was installed and there was no real documentation left behind. !) Comcast is out provider and we have an ethernet cable going from the cable modem to the...

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  • New-emailaddressPolicy Title Versus “Job Title”

    In exchange 2003 when I use ADSIEDIT the Title field does not match the Title field in ADUC it matches the "job Title" field. I am trying to create a new email address policy and I need the information in the "Job Title" field in my recipient filter however this is not an Option. In my case I have...

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  • User Can See Others Outlook Calendar Entry Details

    I have a user who can see the calendar entries of other users, not just that the time is blocked but the details of the event. Checked AD, group memberships, etc, and the user does not appear to have elevated privileges of any kind, is not an Exchange admin, domain admin, etc. She has not been...

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  • Windows Server Standard 2008 and licensing for game game server role

    I have made one small service program for windows server that is actually small gaming server program. The question is do I need to buy license (CAL) for every player that is connecting to my game server? Or the CAL is for users that directly connects to RDS? The players are not using any file...

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  • Setup Prepareschema Active Directory on Exchange server

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  • creating user accounts in server 2008

    in the new server 2008 is there something specific that needs to be running or activated to let scripts run? my scripts from server 2003 fail on server 2008. i am writing them in VB.

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  • MSDTC Error with database/Windows Server 2003

    I'm using two server 1.Application server(windows XP Pro SP2) and 2.Database server(windows server 2003). when execute an application that will connect to my machine for database access and next it'll connect to DB server, at this time it produce "Communication Underlying Transaction has failed".....

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  • Running a lengthy query on SQL Server 2005

    We are running SQL Server 2005 and Windows 2003 Server. I ran a query in SQL on a PC with one dual code processor and 4GB and it took six hours. However, we ran the same query in SQL on a brand-new server that has 4 quad core processors and 32GB of RAM, and it took 12 hours. Why would this be?

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