• decision to upgrade to active directory

    I currently have 3 servers, NT4.0, running exchange 5.5,, 2000 advanced server for healthcare app in terminal services and 2000 pro for some data storage. Moving to active directory, 2000 advanced pro or 2003, trying to decide between moving to active directory and basically starting over. Not...

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  • Windows 2K3 SBS Server

    We just setup a new SBS 2K3 server today and everything seemed to be working, browsing the internet, exchange working fine and able to join pc's to the domain and name and ip resolution working just fine. then we attempted to run the MS updates from the website able to get all the way to selecting...

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  • How to Obtain security information of Win 2003 server folders

    Does somebody know if there is a way to query the Directory database to obtain a listing that includes security and other settings (shares, permissions, etc) of all folders and subfolders of a machine running Win 2003 Server ? Any help or comment will be appreciated.

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  • Network speed issues

    Hello, i have a pretty general question. My place of work recently upgraded from Netware to a Windows 2003 Domian with a new powerful server on a gbps connection. Everything seems to be fine except at certain times net work browsing slows way down. This server is mainly a file and print server as...

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  • Clear Eventlog for a particular users

    Hi there. I would like to know if it is possible to clear the security logs stored in the Windows 2000 Event Viewer for a particular user regardless of the audits which are enabled for that particular user. Please let me know whether this is really possible in a Windows 2000 Active Directory...

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  • What’s your experience with Microsoft tech support?

    I'm doing some research on the effectiveness of Microsoft's technical support, possibly for an article on SearchWindowsSecurity.com. Our site readers continually need help troubleshooting Windows security dilemmas. Some seem to find what they need on Microsoft's Web pages, and others don't get...

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  • External Trust between Win 2000 and Win 2003 Forest/Domains

    I have an external trust created from my 2000 domain to a separate and unrelated 2003 domain. I can successfully grant 2003 users access to resources on my 2000 domain. I cannot grant 2000 domain users access to resources on the 2003 domain. When I try to add a 2000 domain user to the permissions...

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  • Easy Login Script question

    Hey guys just a quick question about login scripts. I have a share that requires you putting in a username and pw so with a login script how would i finish it NET USE P: \gx200-2lshare Then what? this will connect the drive but when you double click it asks for a username/pw. Anyone know the script...

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  • Installing Oracle 9i Standard Edition on Windows Server 2003 with Xeon CPU: Why does Java Virtual Machine fail?

    We are replacing an old NT 4.0 server with a new Windows Server 2003, the new hardware (a Compaq ProLiant) equipped with Intel Xeon CPU. The old server was running a couple of database instances in Oracle 8i Standard Edition, which we want/need to replace with the 9i version. The installation files...

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  • Mac OS9 client selectively not connecting to Windows 2000 server

    Hi, I have OS9.2 clients which are having some kind of TCP/IP issue connecting to one of our Win2k DCs. Appletalk is working fine (printers are available, the server name can be resolved) but the authentication (TCP/IP stage) times out. No changes have been made to security on the server (clear...

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  • Norton WMI Update

    I have a problem:- When I click the NAV icon in the system tray I get first window installer message, which dies and then an error message A product that requires Norton WMI update is still installed on this system". NAV seems to be working in the background, although I have to go to sheduled task...

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  • Microsoft Word 2003 and files opening in read only form

    The platform is Windows XP and the application is Word 2003. I have a user that when she opens a file it opens a window that says the file is in read only and would she like to continue in that format or have the ability to change the document. She clicks no and the document opens normally. When...

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  • AD 2003 Domain Controller Placement

    Moving from NT4 to AD2003 .. design stages. What are some rules of thumb to gague whether or not a remote location needs a controller on site? WAN design is hub-n-spoke. location populations range from 3 to 103 users. bandwidth is 56k FR up to T1's In NT4 we went with a 10 user cut-off. Under AD, I...

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  • AD Group Policy Documentation

    What is the best and most expedient way to document Group Policy Settings either policy by policy or (preferbly) all policies for a domain as we are a low budget goverment team and would prefer to use something available with the 2000 Server or Server Resource Kit programs. It does not have to be...

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  • Alternate way to stop Oracle Services on Win 2K Server

    Our database server is a Machine running Windows 2K Server. We make our backups stopping the Oracle Service and then copying the files to other location (and then to tape), but in order to do this, the user loged in on the server must be an administrator, and this is a problem, because the backup...

    carlosdl69,160 pointsBadges:
  • Alternate way to stop Oracle Services on Win 2K Server-2

    Our database server is a Machine running Windows 2K Server. We make our backups stopping the Oracle Service and then copying the files to other location (and then to tape), but in order to do this, the user loged in on the server must be an administrator, and this is a problem, because the backup...

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  • Windows Memory Tuning

    I originally asked this question under the Oracle umbrella, but got no response, so I thought to ask you OS folks........ We have running our Oracle servers on Windows NT and 2000 servers. I am looking to try to identify, based on looking at the memory usage via task manager, how much memory is not...

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  • Full Export on Win 2000

    I have spent most of my DBA life on HP/UX. I just recently installed an App on Win 2000 and was able to easily set up schema exports, but I can't get the full database export to work. I am running it as SYSTEM and made sure that SYSTEM has the DBA role as well as EXP_FULL_DATABASE. Has anyone else...

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  • Quck question regarding ms sysprep

    Hi, Is it possible to use sysprep to change the SID of a win2k server after it has been built? I have found a 3rd party util with this functionality but wanted to check if sysprep can achieve the same, before I go ahead and buy the other util. Thanks, LP

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