• 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...

    EdRoche25 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    John Smith20 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    Nader10 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Instance of Win 2003 Server

    Can i have two instances of win 2003 server on One Box?

    Sivasankarv0 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrade Win2000 to Win2003

    We using windows 2000 advanced server with Active Directory.Now i want to upgrade this to windows 2003. How can i do this without missing active directory. And which edition should i take?

    shivkumar10 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003

    I wanted to know if there was a way to disable the logon prompt the first time a new user opens outlook. Is there a policy that would stop that?

    Tonyj15 pointsBadges:
  • AD and Exchange Consolidation

    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...

    LKHarris5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Controller (Win2k3, AD) not operating as needed

    Hi there, I run a dedicated Win2k3 Active Directory server, which is running just fine. I run a backup Win2k3 AD server as well. When I turn off my primary, the backup should sub in, and direct individuals to my Exchange server, etc. But it's not. I know it's handling DNS queries fine, even when...

    Linger19740 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2000

    I need to know how to run system restore using windows 2000

    Xxx385 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 policy won’t propagate unless Exchange Server is rebooted!

    I am making changes to individual user mailboxes. I am increasing the send and receive size restrictions to 20MB. The default global policy is 10MB. The policy works only after I reboot the Exchange Server. Any idea why this would happen? Shouldn't this be an instant settings change?

    Steelers geek5 pointsBadges:
  • how to auto sign on using active directory lookup

    We’d like a software package (call it auto sign-on ASO) to > support the following: > 1. a user starts a secure application. > 2. the login prompt appears. > 3. user passes his/her HID prox card in front of a reader > 4. ASO authenticates user. Not sure what to do here - maybe...

    Msm5415 pointsBadges:
  • stop user from recieving another user’s email

    I have a user who recieves email for another user. He is not setup in AD to receive the emails nor is he BCC'd into the email. Also, it is not all of the emails that the inteded user gets. It is just the spam email. Has anyone seen or heard of this? Does anyone know how to stop it? Any help would...

    Batekhead15 pointsBadges:
  • How to control external vendors from connecting to our internal LAN?

    I have a few vendors who are located at other plant. I would like to block their access to our internal network using their own notebook. How can I go about? We are using different IP addresses for all the buildings. As some of the clients are connected to this IP address, it's not possible for us...

    Khoo5 pointsBadges:
  • 5.5.1 Errors

    I have a user on an SBS 2003 box that cannot receive mail. The error is below; Remote host said: 550 5.1.1 <username@domain.com>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in relay recipient table The user has been recreated 3 times, twice with a default user template and once with a mobile...

    Dsteele5145 pointsBadges:
  • make public folder default ? ?

    i have an sbs 2003 in my organization. and my users use excange with outlook 2003 and public folder. every user have is personal "contact" in outlook and public "contact" that came from our public folder. the users makes a lot of mistake with inserting new contact to outlook and one time its get...

    Drorbenyosef5 pointsBadges:
  • Recurring drive mappings

    Has anyone see a correlation between Group policy settings and an issue with recurring drive mappings?

    Au5 pointsBadges:
  • member Server2003 lost from Domain

    I have lost a server2003 from the domain, the background apps are still applying but no network connection, Any solutions?, I have reset member server from AD, this now allows me to Ping with reply. 9 servers on the Domain, 2 domain controllers, if everything is shutdown and the member server...

    Dell15 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy problems

    Hi all, I have a server 2003 which works as a file and backup server and DNS for about 30 computers. for some reason i have lost all privileges. when i try to share a folder for a specific user. I cannot, in the location to search for users it doesnt show my DC it only shows my local computer. also...

    STV5 pointsBadges:
  • NT4 Exchange 5.5 (O=ABC) exchange 2003 (O=AB) Message store migration

    I am migrating from an old NT4 Domain Exchange 5.5 installation to 2003 SBS. After much ado I have realized that my NT4 Orginization isn't what I thought it was and isn't the same as the Orginization name on the 2003 server. Consequently I can't use the ADC to import my user accounts or mailboxes....

    EmpowerIT0 pointsBadges:
  • Limit user to logon at one PC at a time

    Iam having a network on Windows server 2003 Active directory Domain. By Default Active directory allows single user to logon to multiple computers simultaneously. for example one user USER A can logon to COMPUTER A and simultaneously he can Logon to COMPUTER B also without loggingoff from COMPUTER...

    Sheraz0 pointsBadges:

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