• How do you manange quotas for users while using Active Directory groups, and not individual users

    How do you manange quotas for users while using AD groups, and not individual users

    Coldasice5 pointsBadges:
  • Office GPO installed with update?

    I installed the Office 2007 Compatibility update to our users with Office 2003. Some of these users also have Office 2003. Some users are receiving a message : "You are attempting to open a file that was created in an earlier version of Microsoft Office. This file type is blocked this version by...

    Abccomputer50 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 migrations issue – need to find a way to let the users that have migrated to Exchange to share their Calendar.

    A question submitted on SearchExchange.com We are migrating a large number of users to Exchange 2007 but only have a couple of K users migrated so far. We need to find a way to let the users that have migrated to Exchange to share their Calendar. If using a link such as:...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Group policy not applied on three out of over 100 domain controllers

    I have three DCs out of 100 or more that are not receiving the domain controllers group policy. All our DCs are in the domain controllers OU. I have run RSOP, checked security etc. Any suggestions?

    Sunnyboy30 pointsBadges:
  • Router Shows in My Network

    I had a work group and then added a domain controller. The OS of the domain controller is Windows 2003 Standard. I created the Active Directory and DNS services. I then went to the stations one by one and added then to the domain using the Network ID wizard. The work stations are all WindowsXPP. I...

    Hsmithdp125 pointsBadges:
  • How can I change the name of an Exchange 2003 distribution group?

    I renamed five distribution groups in Active Directory (AD), but changes do not reflect in the Exchange 2003 global address list (GAL). The old distribution group names show up but the email address is correct. I thought maybe it takes time for changes to propogate, but it has been two days. How...

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server Std 2003 R2 Add to Windows Server 2000 DC with AD

    How can I promote my new Win Server 2003 a new Domain Controller and replicate the existing Active Directory of Windows Server 2000

    Ict60 pointsBadges:
  • strange date change

    my 2000 server changes back 1 day by itself on rare occasions i have changed password thinking it was someones idea of joke still happens any ideas thanks bob

    Learjet1320 pointsBadges:
  • exchange server

    I m new In this field ,I want Configure DC & Exchange Server With Web Outlook Access In My Organization So Please Help Me, How to Configure All This Server & what kind of registration is required for this

    Nil20 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory Privileges for new admins

    When a new user is added to our Active Directory database, by default, that user has access to all machines. Is there any way to change the domain policy so that, when a user is added, machines are added with this access level by default but, at the same time, deny this option for a second tier...

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Migration of child domains from one Active Directory forest to a different Active Directory forest

    I have been given a project to migrate one child domain abc in a forest called group.local (abc.group.local) to another child domain in completely different forest call xyz.group.local. Since the forest roots of both forests are the same I cannot easily get DNS to resolve in order to create a...

    WinIT ATE110 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Exec 12

    What are disavantages to backing up server 2000 without remote client installed with Veritas 12?

    Admndude15 pointsBadges:
  • How can I create a registry script file that I can distribute through Group Policy?

    How can I create a registry script file that I can distribute through Group Policy? I want this registry key to be added using GP. I want the script to: reg add HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftOffice11.0WordOptions /v NoReReg /t REG_DWORD /d 1 If I saved this as a reg document and try to run it, I get Can not...

    WinIT ATE110 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy- folders on redirected desktop not appearing

    Hello. I have successfully redirected the desktop for our users. I want to create folders on the desktop and place shortcuts in the folders. I have created folders in the directory that is used as the redirected desktop but they do not appear for the users. Shortcuts placed directly in the desktop...

    Tantster5 pointsBadges:
  • If I assign preexisting software with Group Policy, will it be reinstalled?

    I am trying to decide if I want to use Group Policy to assign software applications to computers in my k12 network. My question is, if I assign a software such as DansGuardian and it's already installed on the computer, will it try to reinstall? Or is it smart enough to go past this software and...

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  • Setting up two mail domains on a one domain exchange server

    Last year we had one active directory domain. For all intensive purposes, let’s call it abc.com. With that domain, we had one IMail domain, mail.abc.com, with proper DNS records and such. Six months ago, our company decided to branch off. So we created another IMail domain, xyz.com, but we still...

    Nologist5 pointsBadges:
  • AD Folder Passwords

    I work at a high school where all students login as one user. We are using Active Directory. When an individual goes to save a document it goes directly to a folder on a server call Student-files. In this folder there are four other folders with the graduation years in them, and then inside of...

    Ang5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way that we can share outlook folders (and the emails within them) without losing our POP set-up?

    This question was submitted on SearchExchange.com I have am small office running just 2-3 computers. I also have a server used specifically for file and application sharing (running SBS 2003 R2). I do not use the Exchange feature but instead download emails directly to the computers using Outlook...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • OutLook error message

    I'm running Terminal Services on a Windows 2003 server. When a few of my users log out of Outlook, they receive the following message. Microsoft Outlook has encountered a problem a needs to close. I have tried updating the office software, and haven't had any luck. Any suggestions would be...

    Mr D50 pointsBadges:
  • A records, mx records sbs 2003 exchange

    I was just wondering if these are correct. mail.its-aust.net. 1741 IN A 144.131.55.95 its-aust.net. 1741 IN MX 10 mail.its-aust.net. if 144.131.55.95 is my static ip and I point the relevant ports to the ip of the server will the mail get to the sbs exchange server

    Hawkere775 pointsBadges:

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