• How to Move files from iSeries IFS to Windows Server 2003 and keep ownership

    I would like to move PC documents from the IFS NFS on an iSeries V5R3 to a Share on a Windows Small Business Server R2 and maintain the same owner of the documents. User IDs on the iSeries and the Windows Server will be the same for most users. I have seen documentation in Microsoft Knowledge Base...

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  • 2010 Exchange mailbox without having AD account

    How do I create a mailbox account in Exchange 2010 without having to create an AD account? I have many users that need a company email account but do not need AD accounts since they will never need access network resources. They will need OWA/Active Sync only.

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  • Event ID: 478

    Hello all First I like to thank for your time I am new to IT field and I am administering small business exchange server. A few week ago the exchange server had a hard crash due to insufficient disk space. after I do some clean up I am not able to do back up in back up exec as well as NT back up. I...

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  • Has anyone seen a “clean up guide” for Exchange Server 2003?

    Hi, Has anyone seen a "clean up guide" for Exchange 2003? I have it running on my Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server with SP2. Someone said I am send out spam and I would like to know how to clean it up. Cheers' Dave

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  • How to check if anyone is accessing my network port

    Hi, how can I check if there's any body accessing my network port. We have in our network port open port for the manager. How can I put event viewer in this port?

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  • Event ID:1058 and Event ID:1030 occur every five minutes on Server DNS & AD

    Event Type: Error Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1058 Date: 9/4/2552 Time: 14:15:03 User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Computer: PCK1 Description: Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO CN={ED0F5B27-8302-4F4F-8548-5811A6A42E49},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=phrachomklao,DC=go,DC=th....

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  • Setting up domain names for use in Exchange 2010

    I have recently installed Exchange server 2010 on my 64bit Server 2008 and the whole thing went smoothly. I have to say...there is way too much to configure to just install it.... what happened to the good old "Straight out the box"? Anyways, this is my first real personal experience of installing...

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  • How to copy Active Directory users from one server to another server

    Hi , We have currently ADS with Exchange 2000, I would like to copy the ADs users from one server to another server. Thanks & regards Malebold

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  • A batch script to remotely restart about 300 windows server 2003 computers on the network

    I need a batch script to remotely restart about 300 windows server 2003 computers on  the network using Altris Deployment Server.

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  • Installing Dell PERC 5E and Dell PowerVault MD1000 on Dell PowerEdge 2800

    I'm working on a Dell PowerEdge-2800 server running on Windows 2000 Server. At present there are 2 partitions C: for system & D: (600GB) for data on a PERC 4e/Di card configured as Raid-5. We are planning to install a PERC-5e card with Dell MD1000 external storage having two virtual disks of 1.8TB...

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Error creating a user account – can it be changed?

    Hi earlier on the year I created 100+ new accounts. On one of them I got the logon name wrong by one character. We use W2003 Server & XP clients, roaming profiles & My Documents are redirected. I could of course just change the account name but then I'd also have to do the same with the profile &...

    Hackwood25 pointsBadges:
  • Help with server 2000 remote desktop connectivity

    I need some information about server 2000 remote desktop connectivity. I want to know how I can add sessions to the server and connect using remote desktop connections?

    It25 pointsBadges:
  • How to locally authenticate users using PPTP on a local PIX firewall

    I need to locally authenticate users using Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) on a local PIX firewall. Once the users have authenticated, I need them to connect to a Windows 2003 server which is hosted at a remote location securely with encryption or some sort of tunnel. I have already got...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange user mailbox issue

    Dear Support, I removed an existing active dir. user profile while leaving that user's exchange mailbox intact. then recreated a domain account in active directory for the same user (same login). Now I can't get the user's name to resolve or reconnect the mailbox. The reconnect task for exchange...

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  • Demote child domain Windows Server 2003

    I have a single Windows Server 2003 SP2 AD forest with two DCs. Along with that, we have four remote sites. Each of these remote sites has a local DC (W2K3 SP2) configure as a child domain. One of the remote site  was shut down. We are now asked to remove the child DC from Parent AD.  We have...

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  • active directory tool

    Is there any kind software or tool that allow users to input their details (Title, Company, Department, Phone etc) through their website, which in turn needs to be get updated in the Active Directory.

    Rami220 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create a new pointer record for WINS and DNS?

    We have an old NT server "server A" we want to decommission. It has a lot of files and folders that most of the company uses on a daily basis, plus links and shortcuts the users have created on their desktops pointing to it. The data is going to be moved to the new "server B" using the same file...

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  • Can Active Directory Domain trusts and AD sites be managed using ADAC

    Can AD Domain Trusts and AD Sites be managed using Active directory administrative center?

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  • Error when installing vSphere Client on Windows Server 2008 R2

    I am getting the following error when I try to log in to vSphere client on my Windows Server 2008 R2 "Error Parsing the server "x.x.x.x" "clients.xml" file Login will continue contact your system administrator" Does anyone know a fix for this?

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  • Exporting emails in Exchange from Small Business Server 2003

    A questions from a SearchExchange.com user My friend has a Small Business Server 2003 machine. He was using this machine in his company for several years, and he was using exchange for his email server. The machine had plenty of HD space and he had a fairly small company, so there was no reason to...

    ITKE350,400 pointsBadges:

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