• How many domian controllers would be optimal for migrating network?

    I'm in the process of migrating several networks from Windows Server 2003/XP to Windows Server 2012/XP. My question is how many domain controllers would be optimal for this move? We currently have 4 DCs connected by a 10 GB fiber link and our servers are centralized.

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  • Group policy issues for Windows 7 clients on Windows Server 2003

    I currently have 10 Vista and 15 XP clients on a Windows Server 2003 domain. I want to add a few Windows 7 clients and I'm curious to know if there will be any issues related to the group policy we have on our Windows Server 2003. Thanks.

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  • Adding Windows 7 clients on Windows Server 2003

    Dear experts, I currently have 50 XP clients on a windows server 2003 domain. I want to add a few Windows 7 clients on our Windows Server 2003. Domain is installed successfully on clients but we want to logon (domain user) on clients, they generate a error i.e " The Security database on the server...

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    We got into the holiday spirit for this week's free IT book giveaway. Answer one of the unanswered questions below and win two IT books from our coveted technology library. Another plus? You get to pick which two books you receive. So get to answering, because you have a week to throw your name...

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    For an introduction to next-generation web technologies, Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals is a great place to start. Learn how to leverage cloud computing and user-generated content along with business and technical best practices. To win this, simply answer one of the questions listed below and...

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  • Import AD data from CSV file to 2003 ad

    We have 3500 new ad users. How can we import their usernames, full names, phone numbers, email addresses from a CSV file.

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  • Free IT Book: Computer Incident Response and Product Security

    This week's free IT book is a practical guide to building and running incident response and product security teams. To win Cisco's Computer Incident Response and Product Security answer one of these five questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion area below. Good luck! Mitigating...

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  • Group Policy for WPA2 on Windows Server 2003/2008

    I have a Windows 2003 SP2 and a Windows 2008 SP2 Domain Controllers. I need to create a GPO for WPA2 Wireless, I have modified the schema for WPA2 support for the 2003 , but if I create the GPO from the 2008 GPMC and go to the GPMC in the Windows 2003 it appears as error in the GPO and, after the...

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  • Rename Printers in logon for Windows Server 2003, with VBScript

    Hi peeps!Another question! This has been buggin me for a while. Right, I have a Windows Server 2003 SP2 domain (Not R2) and i have about 90 Windows XP professional SP3 clients. Now I have at least 3 printers that are being shared. The printer share names are: printer2 printer3 printer4 when staff...

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  • How can I prevent a user from installing unwanted software?

    How can I restrict a user from installing any software by making a Group Policy on domain server?

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  • microsoft windows XP Restrict user from changing desktop background?

    Can anyone tell me how to restrict user from changing desktop background while at home PC and not connected in LAN, having broadband internet connection. Please answer in detail and how to do it practically. Thanks in advance.

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  • Domain Group Policy problem – no shutdown options in workstations

    We recently added another group policy object to a domain with 3 sites so that logon scripts are handled depending on in which site the user logs on due to hotdesking personnel. The problem that seemed to develop from that is that, although the "Shutdown" button is available in all workstations and...

    Jdinteractive5 pointsBadges:
  • Prevent users from logging into the console on Windows Server 2008

    Can we prevent users from logging into the console on the Windows server 2008 and limit them to a RDP connection?

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  • Group policy setting to enable shadow copies on any drive with a shared folder on Windows Server 2003

    Is there a group policy setting to enable shadow copies on any drive with a shared folder?

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • Power shell script change screen resolutions

    Hi peeps, Short and sweet question. I have a server 2008 r2 domain with Windows 7 clients. Is there a power shell script to change all logons to 1024 x 768 resolutions via a GPO start up script? Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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  • I need to redirect ‘C:\Documents and Settings’ to drive D:\

    Windows XP SP3. I worked on a project recently where we had to install pre-imaged machines and do the final tweaking for the End User. What I noticed was, instead of the vulnerable C: drive carrying this critical section of personal data, it had been redirected over to a safe zone of drive...

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  • What happens when the TMG Firewall License expires?

    Hi. I installed TMG firewall on Windows 2008 Server. I downloaded it on Microsoft site. Now it gives me license will expired 120 days later. Which modules will stop if I will not buy license. I use RRAS modules on TMG Firewall.

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  • How do I copy a file multiple times and rename it different every time

    So I am not very good with scripting and was wondering if someone could help me. What I want to do is copy a single file multiple times and have it renamed almost the same with one letter different each time. Example, I have file ReportA.r and I want to copy it multiple times and rename it like...

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  • adprep/rodcprep not yet run…what should I do?

    I'm adding a domain controller on an existing domain. I'm getting a massage stating that "Will not be able to install a read-only domain controller "adprep/rodcprep" was not yet run. How and should I run it?

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