Exchange 2003 properly embeds itself into the Active Directory through schema extensions, so not a rebuild really but you’ll have to be a schema admin. As part of the install process it will get you to do this. It should also sniff out your existing installation and get you to migrate it across, as Exchange [...]
View Answer | May 4, 2005 4:39 AM
Exchange, Migration, Outlook, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003
Since no one else is taking this question, I’ll give it a shot. Be forewarned, I don’t know how accurate this may be. I haven’t played around with IIS 6.0. First things first: I’m assuming that you are using authentication to the Active Directory in IIS 6.0. Also, I’m assuming you are changing your passwords [...]
View Answer | May 2, 2005 8:25 PM
Hi. It looks like you use netbios names at the drive path for mapping. Try using DNS names. Also look that every thing is working Ok with your internal DNS resolution. If you have several zones, verify the zone that your PC clients are using for name resolution.
View Answer | April 28, 2005 2:14 PM
NetBIOS, Network protocols, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003
hi, This is a typical case that happens due to a number of mismatches.I would like to know what os is present in your Dc and the additional domain controller. We faced the same problem in our domain where after in place upgrade of our NT domain to win2k3 the PDC was not talking to [...]
View Answer | April 27, 2005 1:15 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, Networking
HI there Just like on win2K go to your AD Users and Computers, right click your domain name choose properties then select groupe policy under user configuration select admin templates then Control Panel then enabl prohibit access to control panel. that’s all
View Answer | April 24, 2005 1:51 PM
User configuration/Administrative templates/control panel/prohibit access to control panel.
View Answer | April 19, 2013 8:50 AM
Active Directory, Auditing, DataCenter, Policies
According to the following link: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/too-many-connections.html Increase the value in the /etc/my.cnf Use the following syntax: [mysqld] set-variable=max_connections=250
View Answer | April 19, 2005 7:21 PM
Active Directory, Availability, Bandwidth, Development, DHCP, DNS, E-business, ERP, Lifecycle development, Network applications management, Network management software, Network monitoring, Networking services, Partner facing, Performance management, Security products, Software Quality Assurance, Web development tools, WebSphere Studio
The number and the fact that 2003 sucks slightly less than 2000. In all seriousness, that’s quite an answer you’re looking for. But you should really try searching on Google first. For example, I found this site with a casual (and badly-constructed, I admit) search on the Goog: http://www.demandtech.com/FAQsGeneralNT.htm One thing I really liked, especially [...]
View Answer | April 15, 2005 8:11 AM
Servers, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003
Depends. Cost – SQL Server Major scalability – Oracle.
View Answer | April 11, 2005 6:29 PM
Basis, Datacenter Server, Development, Hardware, Implementation/Management, Licensing, Linux, Linux Distributions, Operating system platforms, OS installation/upgrades, Performance/Tuning, SAP, Servers, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Workflow
Stupie question, but do you have enough memory in the server to handle RDP connections? I’ve had the same problem before and put additional memory in the server to solve it.
View Answer | April 8, 2005 7:28 PM
Active Directory, Bind, DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Networking services, Tech support
SPS uses a website, Have you upgraded the IIS on the 2000 server? SPS expects to be a virtual directory/site and IIS 5.0 had issues. Have you tried using IIS 6.0 on the W2k3 server? If that works then point to that web server throught the ISA box. Good luck
View Answer | April 7, 2005 2:31 PM
Microsoft Internet Information Server, Microsoft Windows, Security, Windows 2000 Server
Sounds like it may be a firewall issue or DNS issue. On the exchange server you can open a cmd window, type in nslookup c:>nslookup >set type=mx >yahoo.com You should get a response like: mx1.mail.yahoo.com internet address = xxxxxxxxxx >exit Then I would (in the same cmd window) type in: c:> telnet mx1.mail.yahoo.com 25 This [...]
View Answer | April 7, 2005 8:54 AM
Active Directory, Administration, Application management, Cabling, Client management, Database issues, DHCP, Dial-up networking, DNS, E-mail applications, Exchange, Exchange 2000, Exchange Server ActiveSync, Features/Functionality, Help Desk, HTTP, Hubs, Installation, Mail protocols, Maintenance, Microsoft Windows, Modems/Cable Modems, Network applications management, Network Interface Cards, Network Management Systems, Network monitoring, Network testing, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services, Norton, Outlook, Outlook Mobile Access, Performance management, POP3, Remote management, Routers, Security, Service and support, SMTP, Storage, Storage management, Switches, Symantec, TCP, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Vendors, WINS, Yahoo
View Answer | April 5, 2005 4:04 PM
Active Directory, Microsoft Windows
On the surface, this sounds like a permissions problem. Are you logged onto the server with an administrator’s accout? If so, it’s possible that the profile for that account on the server has gotten hosed. Try logging onto the server with a different administrator’s account–maybe a domain admin.
View Answer | March 30, 2005 8:03 AM
Windows 2000 Server
1. Stop in Services the Windows Time service 2. In Control Panel > Date and Time go to Time Zone and uncheck the “Automatically adjust clock…..”. Also, check in Internet time if “Automatically syncronize…” box is checked. 3 Search in the PC’s bios if you have any reference to daylight savings.
View Answer | March 28, 2005 5:34 PM
Hardware, Implementation, IT architecture, Networking, Performance/Tuning, Policies, Registry, Servers, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows client administration and maintenance, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
1. You can create client address sets and apply rules accordingly. 2. Enterprise version of ISA supports load balancing ISA servers. A good resource is http://www.isaserver.org/
View Answer | March 28, 2005 11:04 AM
CIO, DataCenter, Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response, Intrusion management, Microsoft Internet Information Server, Network security, Networking, Networking Products, Servers, Tech support, Vendors, VPN, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Wireless
follow this link : http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/result.aspx?EvtSrc=disk&EvtID=34&ProdName=Windows+Operating+System&LCID=1033&ProdVer=5.0
View Answer | March 27, 2005 6:46 AM
DataCenter, Networking, Windows 2000 Server
THERE ARE RAM TESTING PROGRAMS ON THE NET. I USE ALLTHEWEB, OR TEOMA FOR MY SEARCHES. I AM INTERESTED TO KNOW HOW YOU FARE WITH THIS INQUIRY. CONSIDER THIS: MACROSTONE (MY TERM FOR A LARGE SOFTWARE CO.) MAY COUNT RAM IN A WAY THAT IS DIFFERENT FROM HP (READ COMPAQ), THE RAM CO. MAY COUNT [...]
View Answer | March 22, 2005 1:24 PM
Hardware, Servers, Windows 2000 Server
Hi! You should take ownership of users folder which will cover all subfolders within this folder so you don’t need to go for each folder.
View Answer | March 20, 2005 2:21 AM
Security, Windows 2000 Server
I’m not sure exactly what you are asking but it appears that Deep Freeze is working as it should. If you want to apply Group Policy changes, you need to disable Deep Freeze on the client, let the changes to the registry take affect from Group Policy, then re-enable the software. Deep freeze is probably [...]
View Answer | March 18, 2005 10:42 PM
Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, Networking services, Security, Servers, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003