• 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?

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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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • RPC over HTTP with a SBS 2000 and an Exchange 2003

    Hi, We have a setup where my AD is located on a SBS 2000 server. We have a Server2003 running Exchange 2003 and I am looking into ways to give access to our exchange server to our outside sales force. I know I can do OWA and have most of the functions of Exchange but it would not let them have a...

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  • Can a BA370 with a hsz70 be configured to work with either MS Server2000 or 2003 as a storage device?

    We have an extra Compaq BA370 with a hsz70 controller card is there a way to configure this device to work with a current version of windows? Thanks

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  • Applying a group policy security template with secedit

    Thanks to Darren Mar-Elia, I was able to figure out how to create a security template for my computer's group policy settings with the MMC. It's a pretty simple template, only three items: Unicode] Unicode=yes [Version] signature="$CHICAGO$" Revision=1 [System Access] EnableGuestAccount = 1...

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  • group policy automated setup

    My software requires the configuration of a certain group policy setting. This setting can be found within gpedit.msc at "Local Computer Policy\Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment", and is called "Deny access to this computer from the...

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  • Problem:The client could not connect to the remote computer

    When connecting to the application server several times it gives an error as in the subject and then after a few trials it goes through. Intermittent failures on connection. when trying to join domain i failed with errors indicating that DNS was not resolving the domain name. Or Domain name server...

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  • Active Directory housekeeping

    In layman’s terms, what are the risks or consequences associated with dormant, inactive object in Active Directory? Other that the security implication associated with accounts and besides it being good housekeeping, what are the benefits of removing or the risks associated with leaving unused...

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  • how to do folder redirection without GPO in Active directory

    anyone knows how do folder redirection without GPO

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  • Exchange administration question

    I have an Exchange 2007 organization that contains multiple SMTP domains. AD is configured so that each user has multiple e-mail addresses, one from each SMTP domain. Most of the time, all is well. However, sometimes, (more often than I'd like) if an internal user tries to send a message to another...

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  • batch file

    sir i have 50 xp installed client Pc and using one win2003 domain controller,how we can create batch file that run for all the client PC.if i want to intall antivirus to all client pc can i do it from domain controller ,if yes then how????

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  • Misc User Files Appearing in Other Users Folders.

    Good afternoon all! I have been having an issue at my school district where users files have been mysteriously appearing in other users folders. The 1st would be does anyone have access to this users folder and the answer is no just the user and admins. This started happening this school year and...

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  • Exchange 2007 multiple SMTP domain issue

    I have an Exchange 2007 organization that contains multiple SMTP domains. AD is configured so that each user has multiple e-mail addresses, one from each SMTP domain. Most of the time, all is well. However, sometimes, (more often than I'd like) if an internal user tries to send a message to another...

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  • installing SBS 2003 and XP client on the same machine

    Hi, I have installed SBS 2003 on my PC and I want to install XP pro on the virtual PC(server) on the same machine as a client for purpose of learning. Now, is that possible to have a server-client relationship between these two OS on the same computer? Thanks, Nader

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