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  • Installing Windows Server 2003 with no floppy drive to install SCSI drivers

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  • Small network setup

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  • Map shared calendar in outlook via GPO

    Can I map the shared calendar in outlook using GPO?

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  • McAfee Virus Scan Version 8.7.0.570

    Am running McAfee Agent 4.0.0.1180 on Windows Server 2003 and even though my workstations have different RAM capacities the processor's are experience practically the same amount of downtime almost as if McAfee is chewing resources rather than protecting. HELP???

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  • DNS windows server 2003

    We have configured a DNS server with a public IP on a Windows 2003 server. It is working fine and we are able to access internet through this server. We want to know whether this DNS is resolving the IPs or it is forwarding to the other DNS (defined in Hint).

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  • internet blocking software on windows server 2003

    What is the best free software to block certains xp clients with windows 2003 server

    Syntech5 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t create ODBC connection to sql 2005 instance

    I have a server 2003 two node cluster with SQL 2005 installed. The orginal instance is working fine and there is no connection problem. I have created a second instance and can connect with the SQL Management Studio. When i try to create a ODBC connection from my client os both XP and VISTA both...

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  • Link microsoft SQL server to Active Directory

    I am getting an error while running a qurey for excuting against OLE DB provide'ADSDSOobject' Please advice Thanks Rajaa

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  • isa 2004 connectivity with ad and DNS

    Hi, I have configured isa 2004 and I have two NIC one is local and another is with public, Real IP. Unfortunately I have local domain “vsoft.com” which is registered with some one and I m using as a local domain. When I want to use AD and DNS connectivity it give error because Live ip. My AD...

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  • Email Server

    My email server is telling me Operating system not found and the pcs' on my network cannot send nor receive mails. what i do next? It is on RAID 1.This is not an exchange server and it is running on service pack 2. OS:Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

    Bchika45 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 loosing connectivity from Small Business Server Exchange 2003

    Hi all, This is a problem that's been plaguing my network for quite some time now. This is the first time I thought I'd ask for help. We have a Small Business Server 2003 based domain with 20 PC's running Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Originally all the PC's were running Office 2000, which didn't...

    Kheng25 pointsBadges:
  • Is the Oracle client 9 compatible with Forms 6i

    We have a conflict between windows 2003, citrix and oracle forms 6i and have over come this by installing client 9.2.0.1.0 however I don't believe this is a supported combination and need to know what problems we may encounter

    Dizzy5 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop and application virtualization

    Has anyone used Server 2008 to virtualize an application and publish it to a SharePoint site?

    BMo5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows server 2008 is restarting on its own

    my windows server 2008 is randomly restarting on its own. getting the following stop error message STOP 0x000000BE ( parameter1, parameter2, parameter3, parameter4 ) ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY

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  • Does Microsoft 2008 Terminal Services support 2 level authentication?

    Does Microsoft 2008 Terminal Services support 2 level authentication with things like smart cards or RSA Tokens? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE345,300 pointsBadges:
  • deny ipods dhcp

    Hi, I want to deny ipod users DHCP. W2K3 Domain with AD. Any ideas how to stop them? thanks guys.

    Graham0045 pointsBadges:
  • Email Server

    My email server is telling me Operating system not found and the pcs' on my network cannot send nor receive mails. what i do next? It is on RAID 1. OS:Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

    Bchika45 pointsBadges:
  • adding an sbs 2003 server into a 2003 domain

    We need to add an SBS 2003 server to our domina current running windows 2003 standard edition. We have demoted the original server and successfully have it running in the domain. What we need to do is get the new SBS server to work with the cals from the original server. Can anyone help?

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  • sql2005 with share point 2007

    I installed sql server2005 and sharpoint 2007 for two times in two seprate windows server2003 but i give same error when i want to start share point : failed to start the database service MSSQL$Officeservers.repair this product by selecting it from the add/remove programs menu. now how can i do?...

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