• Exchange server – NDR you do not have permission ….

    I have a rather odd problem with my exchange server (exchange 6.x on SBS 2003), which has emerged only recently when i changed the 'primary email address' of some of my users from our original domain to a new one which we set up. Basically it seems like some of the users cannot send from their...

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  • How to read/write Access 2003 mdb records on server via INTERNET connection

    It seems that I'm a rather thick-headed nubee . . . Here's the scenario - Running SBS 2003 on T105 box. Running Access 2003 on client under XP Pro. mdb has been published to wwroot with FP 2003 with full control permissions set on the folder containing mdb. All works when opening mdb locally. When...

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  • Certificates and Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003

    A question emailed to us I’m having an issue with certificates and mobile access users. My certificate is not trusted on a Nokia E61i with “mail for exchange” app installed on the phone. The phone connects to the server, but immediately comes up with a “this certificate is not trusted”...

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  • How to migrate child domain to parent domain in Exchange and Active Directory

    I have a Windows 2000 native child domain. We are currently using Exchange 5.5 within that domain. We are planning to migrate the child domain to the parent domain, eventually disposing of the child. At the same time, we will upgrade the Exchange servers to 2003, again using the Parent domain as...

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  • Exchange rebuild

    What is the "recommended" way to save the site specific data (AD and Exchange + ??) when you need to rebuild a SBC server from scratch?

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  • Moving TO Windows/Exchange 2003 in NATIVE mode.

    I've been asked to move a large organization to Exchange 2003 Native domain. I think that I should move the AD domain to 2003 mode first. This org has upgraded some 4.0 PDC's and some 2000 DC's to windows 2003. There are no windows 2000/4.0 DC's left. There are a number of sites. Most clients are...

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  • Top Level Domain Failure

    Hello there, what effect does the failure of a top level domain have on its subdomains? The Top level domain in this case has no computers or user accounts except for the DC's and admin accounts Thanks.

    Painkilla715 pointsBadges:
  • On windows 2000 client computers cannot access folder

    Please help me From my windows 2000 server, my client pcs are not able to access any shared folder. I tried going to start=Run and \\Server_IP and also with server name It saying permission is denied, i checked everything, suddenly this problem started earlier it was working fine. I am having raid...

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  • Folder Sharing

    How to share any folder in a PC which is a client of Windows 2003 Active directory?

    Vishwajeet085 pointsBadges:
  • Blue screen… Begining dump of physical memory

    Help I am getting this error on my windows 2000 server stop 0x00000024 (0x0019025E,0xBD7154E, 0XBD71513C, 0xF1C31F7D) NTFS_File_System Xmode_Exception_Not_Handled Address 8045647C base at 50400000 Date stamp ntoskrnl.exe AddressBFB9B2BE base at BFB81000 Date stamp tcpip.sys Begining dump of...

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  • Hidden User Account and OU in Active Directory

    I am trying to find a "hidden" user account in active directory and cannot find it. I have already selected Advanced Features and it still isn't locatable. I know the user exists and can see that the account has been used to login to pcs, but when searching active directory it doesn't show up...

    Geminime5 pointsBadges:
  • Retain Deleted Files From Network Drives(Share Folder)

    Hello all. I am using Window 2003 domain server. I share three folders on the domain controller for sharing files Between different departments.i have maped these share folders on all client machine. The problem is that whenever a user delete some files from the network sharing folder it does n't...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • How to move Active Directory child domains to the root domain?

    I have 6 Active Directory child domains and one AD root domain in Windows 2000 Functional Level. I also have 5 Exchange 5.5 orgs and one Exchange 2003 org. My problem is we want to move all of the Active Directory Child domains, their resources and their users into the Root Domain. Also we want to...

    123456300 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Enterprise Certificate Authority

    My company has an Enterprise Certification Authority running on a domain controller. The Enterprise CA was installed to deploy computer certificates to be used for authentication with a wireless system. In the Certification Authority snap-in, next to the "computer" certificate template in the...

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  • vmware player with win 2000 server

    I am running win 2000 server on my virtual machine,on a compaq presario F560US running winXP as host.I have not been able to get drivers for the ethernet controller for the virtual OS.Any ideas?

    Sleen5 pointsBadges:
  • IP Conflict

    Hello all; I am having a problem with a small network that I need help with, this has happened a few times now where two laptops receive the same IP address from my DHCP server, and it is always the same 2 laptops, I was able to fix this momentarily by excluding the IP address that was in question...

    CGarcia26C1,025 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to change user password

    I currently have ninety users running Windows XP SP2 within a Windows 2003 domain and four users are unable to change their passwords. The error they get when attempting to change is Access Denied. Their passwords can be changed within the AD and no services are affected other than the fact that...

    Cridgy35 pointsBadges:
  • Adding additional fields in Active Directory Users and computers

    Is it possible to add user defined (or custom ) fields to the display pane of the AD users and computers MMC? Example: we have accounts that have different attributes (network storage, e-mail). We have account managers (who will not have any admin rights) who will be tracking the numbers of these...

    Shawn M10 pointsBadges:
  • Changing Local Password using GPO

    I administered 100 computers and i want to change the local administator password for all computers using GPO and im using windows server 2003 R2 standard edition..please help if anyone knows how to do it..thanks in advance..

    Hackersmikejesus5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory Migration issue

    I need to migrate users from a child domain in one forest to a child domain in a second forest. The issue is that the forest root domains are named identically. For sake of simplicity lets call the source domain xyz.group.local and the target domain abc.group.local. I created a WINS relationship so...

    Rayz5 pointsBadges:

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