• Install Exchange Server 5.5 on Windows 2003 Server.

    Hi to all. I am new here. I have an Nt4 server with exchange 5.5. These days i want to upgrade my Nt to 2003 Server. I wonder if i can install exchange server 5.5 on Windows 2003 Server. Thanks.

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  • What are the requirements for an Active Directory Client? How can a client PC retrieve the GPO setting from Active Directory Server.

    What are the requirement for Active Directory Client. How an client PC retrieve the GPO setting from Active Directory Server. Can a Linux PC retrieve GPO setting from Active Directory Server? Can a Linux PC retrieve Network and Security setting from GPO? what are the steps when a when a windows...

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  • I have applied group policy to 150 users . how can I see whether it is applied or not?

    I have applied group policy to 150 users . How can I see whether it is applied or not?

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  • Active Directory domain controller running DNS server on Windows Server 2003 question

    I have an active directory domain controller running DNS server on win 2003 server. I want to change my address schema so i need to change ip address for this server. What do i need to do with DNS SOA and NS records and A records. Can i just change server ip address or what

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  • I have an existing domain controller with Active Directory integrated DNS installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported.

    I have an existing domain controller with active directory integrated dns installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported.. All workstations and servers have the ip of this server as the primary dns. I have built another dc with ad integrated dns on it. As I don't want to...

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  • Add a child dc to a domain, error is “ A DOMAIN CONROLLER WITH SPECIFIED NAME ALREADY EXISTS“

    I am attempting to join a child dc to a dc, and keep recieving the error message in the subject. When I am running dcpromo in the child domain setup it allows everything right up until it starts to write active directory into the new child domain. Then it runs the error message. Thanks

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  • Client Login too Slow on Windows XP

    Hi, i have a domain win2003 standard edtion. when client(XP2) login with domain then login time will be 5 to 8 minute. i have cat 6 Dling cable and switch but connetctors are cat 5e. plz resolve my problem Ram

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  • Blank password on server

    Hi Is it possible to set up a group of users to have no passwords and all other have passwords that they have to change every 90 days, I can only do it for all users and not sure how to do exclude a group in AD, with have only 1 domain controller with XP pro clients.

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  • Server 2003, NTBackup Utility, Shadowcopy Service and Network Drives.

    Good afternoon! I have an interesting scenario I'm trying to resolve here. Namely, I wish to execute a centralized backup of Outlook PST files for my users across my building. The problem is that most users do not log off, or shut down Outlook. This is not a situation that I am able to remedy, as...

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  • Exchange 2003 delivers HTML mail as attachment

    Dear peers, One of my customers has a Windows 2003 Small Business Server and is using Exchange server. When they receive HTML email, Exchange puts the HTML code in an attachment. How to change this? Best regards, Oscar

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  • Windows server 2003 firewall

    I have just installed a new server with Windows 2003 R2 and added the users to the Doman with Active Directory. I have made file and print sharing an exception in the firewall settings, but when I turn the firewall on, the users no longer have access to the server - they are disconnected. Help

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  • How to configure Exchange Server to join Windows SBS

    Hi, As far as I understand, Windows SBS should be at the top node in an organization. Currently, there is already an exchange server in place with its domain. New Windows SBS will be implemented. How can I ensure that Windows SBS will be on the top node and the Exchange server domain is running as...

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  • Windows Shared Folder Permissions

    Hi, I have a question regarding sharing a folder across a network using Windows. What is the difference between the following: 1. Right click the directory Select Properties > Sharing tab > Permissions 2. Right click the directory Select Properties > Security tab I can set different...

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  • Scheduling for on-site consultants

    We have an Exchange 2003 environment. We have many on site consultants, contractors and vendors that are actively working on projects for us. We create an AD account for each vendor, but not a mailbox as a rule. We do not want any vendors sending email as if they worked for my co. I am trying to...

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  • Advice for AD and Exchange forest setup after company split

    I have just taken over as the IT Manager for a group of companies and I am trying to figure out the Active Directory (AD) setup. Recently, I was informed that the group had sold their main company and I needed to prepare for the split. As I started to look at the AD setup I soon realized that the...

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  • How can I use OWA with Active Directory authentication?

    I am trying to configure Outlook Web Access (OWA) for the office. OWA works fine except when an Active Directory (AD) user has “log on to workstation restrictions;” the user can’t get on OWA via the virtual private network (VPN). When I grant access to all workstations in the domain there is...

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  • How do I deny rights to outside users accessing our network?

    I’ve just recently started a new job in a company with an existing 2K3 AD setup. The company started small, and has grown rapidly. During the earlier stages, security and ACLs were fairly relaxed, with the default fairly “wide-open” browse access to drives, folders etc. for Domain Users left...

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  • Changing domain names in MS Exchange w/AD

    Hello, Been given the task to change the domain name and ensure all email coming in starts using the "first.lastname"@dmn.com. They want to keep the original domain name for a period of time to ensure mail delivery. How can I make sure that email coming in as abc@domain.com translates over to...

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  • Windows server 2003 migration

    Is it possible to migrate servers (2003) from present domain to a child domain without reloading the os?

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  • Windows Server 2003 disappears from Network Places

    We have a 3 server Windows 2003 Server network. One of these servers disappears periodically from the computers listed in "My Network Places". It will re-appear for a few days or weeks and then drop off the list again. I can search for it and find it, and it gives no problems other than this. But...

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