Just shooting from the hip here – I don’t know of any TS/AD tricks to remove the ability to type a UNC path in the file open window, but with the proper NTFS permissions on the other students folders and files, this shouldn’t be an issue. IF those proper permissions are in place, no one, [...]
View Answer | May 23, 2005 2:58 AM
DataCenter, Help Desk, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Tech support, Windows Server 2003
I have Exchange 2003 running on Windows Server 2003 domain controller, and formerly on a Windows 2000 domain controller. It works fine although not “best practice”. Look elsewhere for the cause of your problem. I cannot suggest anything since you don’t describe it in any detail.
View Answer | May 21, 2005 12:59 PM
Exchange, Exchange 2003, Windows Server 2003
Go to the properties of your SMTP Virtual Server in System Manager. You might need to modify a few of your settings based on your email usage. Have a look on MS’s KB too. The majority if not all the below messages will be there.
View Answer | May 9, 2013 10:57 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, DHCP, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Security, WINS
Are you doing a domain migration from 2000 to 2003 or do you just want to add 2003 DCs to your current domain?
View Answer | May 19, 2005 9:58 AM
Active Directory, Bind, DHCP, General Directories, LDAP, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Networking, NFS, WINS
The solution is not to use Windows 98.
View Answer | May 19, 2005 5:27 AM
Hardware, Help Desk, Servers, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Windows Server 2003
Hi, You need to specify your question – what exactly are you asking ?
View Answer | May 19, 2005 2:16 AM
Active Directory, Disaster Recovery
I presume you are referring to the settings found in the ‘Power Options Properties’ dialog accessed by pressing the “Power” button on the ‘Screen Saver Tab’ in the Display Properties dialog accessed through control panel or by right-clicking a vacant spot on the screen and choosing properties from the context menu. A – the avalable [...]
View Answer | May 17, 2005 11:07 AM
Active Directory, Microsoft Windows, Windows 2000 Server
check the answer section on this page (about half way down)… outlines the process pretty well. http://redmondmag.com/columns/article.asp?EditorialsID=763
View Answer | May 17, 2005 9:23 AM
Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, LDAP, Microsoft Windows, Networking services, NFS, WINS
NEVER use software RAID on a mission critical machine. Recovery (I do that for a living) is difficult. A decent RAID contrioller will also monitor disk health. If you are going as far as using a real RAID controller, why not also buy a server-class system? Dell and HP both sell lower-end servers that are [...]
View Answer | May 17, 2005 7:23 AM
Backup & recovery, Disk drives, Mirroring, RAID, RAID 1, RAID controllers, Storage products and equipment, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
I monitor I/O. Set checks on writes, reads, cache hits. Those give you a good overview of activity.
View Answer | May 16, 2005 3:13 PM
Adapters/Interfaces, Arrays, Disk drives, Hardware, Monitoring, RAID, SCSI, Storage products and equipment, Windows, Windows 2000 Server
I’m guessing that logging into the remote site is going slow. You can put a global catalog (GC) at the remote site on the “BDC” to decrease the login time. All of your DCs can be a GC, but you really should only need one per site. BTW, if you go by Win2k standards, there [...]
View Answer | May 12, 2005 10:07 PM
Active Directory, DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, LDAP, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Microsoft Windows, Networking services
Presumptive question, but I have to ask. Are you talking about changing three ‘Novell’ servers to “Windows 2003″? That is a bit more than just ‘migration’! There are several hundred thousand ‘hits’ on a simple google search ‘NDS to AD’. In addition to migration this the opportunity to reorganize your structure, BUT less than 60 [...]
View Answer | May 12, 2005 8:08 AM
Hardware, Networking, Servers, Windows Server 2003
Did you also transfer Global catalog server role? Look in the Exchange server event log, it should give you some indication why it stopped responding?
View Answer | May 10, 2005 5:02 PM
Active Directory, Exchange 2000
Hi guys! I thing you should subnet you network; the game server should have its IP separated with other server. For this way internet bandwidth you will be able to manage.
View Answer | May 6, 2005 6:55 AM
Active Directory, Bind, DHCP, DNS, LDAP, Microsoft Windows, Networking, NFS, Novell NDS, WINS
You can do it by specifying the default route to a particular interface from the command line, and then if you want the rest of the software on the system to use a different NIC, then specify local routes with a low metric to the other one. Here’s the sample syntax: Assume that you have [...]
View Answer | May 5, 2005 4:47 PM
DataCenter, Desktops, Hardware, IPv4, IPv6, NetBIOS, Network Interface Cards, Networking, Servers, TCP, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server
If you’re going to blow away the whole D drive and reconfigure the array, I’d shut down and disable all Exchange services and anything else that touched the D drive and then do a full file system backup. That way, all of the Exchange files (databases, etc.) are simple files and will be captured. After [...]
View Answer | May 5, 2005 8:08 AM
Exchange 2003, Windows Server 2003
I will suggest you to use the MS Scripting pages. If you go to this site, you will find a script to retrieve the TCP/IP configuration of your client (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/network/client/list/nwlsvb02.mspx). With this information, particularly with the DNS Suffix, you can determine if your client is local or remote. Then you can use a script (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/os/registry/osrgvb04.mspx) [...]
View Answer | May 5, 2005 4:07 AM
Active Directory, Desktop management applications, Microsoft Windows, Policies, Windows Server 2003
Is it possible that a policy higher up in the chain is being applied? Did you mistakenly set the proxy in two different places?
View Answer | May 4, 2005 6:54 PM
Active Directory, Microsoft Windows
Try deleting the GPO database file on the machine – c:windowssecuritydatabasesecedit.sdb. It’ll recreate clean and shiny new when the policy refreshes. Also, look for any local policies which are getting in the way – c:windowssystem32grouppolicy. Delete this folder and reboot.
View Answer | May 4, 2005 12:39 PM
Active Directory, DataCenter
Don’t know how many PC’s are involved, but suspect you would be better using proxy rather than NAT, there are a number of proxy servers for WIN2k including some freeware. Will be a lot easier to set up and maintain than a NAT system if you have more than a very small number of PC,s. [...]
View Answer | May 4, 2005 5:03 AM
DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, Ethernet, Hardware, IPv4, NetBIOS, Network Interface Cards, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services, Routers, Servers, TCP, Windows, Windows 2000 Server