• Event ID 538

    The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user: Running Windows Server 2003 and Terminal Services, getting Type 3 on a specific username on Event ID 538. What does this mean? Particular type of logoff? Anyone have experience with this error?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Is there an application for notifying me of harmful emails?

    How do I know about phishing / harmful mail without open it? I know there r no of 3rd party SW, (like mail sniffer etc....) but I ask for is there any in-built tool / mechanism. I am using Firefox and OS is Linux.

    Subhendu Sen57,270 pointsBadges:
  • Skills and experience in Exchange 2003

    If someone has no experience with Exchange, what is comparable to exchange in terms of transferable skills/experience to this.

    199410 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot receive email from outside

    I can send mail globally and can send the email outside, but I don't receive mail from the outside. Any clues?

    Steffer575 pointsBadges:
  • Force logon to domain controller windows server 2003

    Is it possible to force logon to the same domain controller each time?

    ITKE434,530 pointsBadges:
  • Import contacts into Exchange

    How do I import a contact list into an organizational unit in Exchange 2003?

    Kbranson5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 I need to setup an additional (third) domain name for our client in Exchange for email purposes only. I setup the MX record to point to the mail server

    I need to setup an additional (third) domain name for our client in Exchange for email purposes only. I setup the MX record to point to the mail server. Then what is the best way to configure the exchange server for this new domain? Do I need to add a new SMTP connector?

    Juke5 pointsBadges:
  • Corrupt File on Windows Server 2003

    Hello All, I just got this error on my Windows 2003 Server "the file or directory C:WINDOWSDebugUserModeChkAcc.log is corrupt and unnreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility". What do I do? Thanks All... Rgds, Jennifer.

    Jjjjjjjj95 pointsBadges:
  • How to share Outlook Calendar using Active Directory

    I want to use Active Directory to share an Outlook Calendar without using Outlook itself to do this. The Properties page of a user account in Active Directory has the Exchange Advanced tab to set permissions. When I used this tab, it seemed that permissions can only be given to the entire email and...

    Ibti10 pointsBadges:
  • Disabling a list of CSV and user accounts and speed up replication

    What is the quickest method to disabling a list of CSV and user accounts and speed up replication? We need it to replicate asap after as well to prevent unauthorized access.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking access to our website based on IP address

    How can we block access to our website based on IP address? It is hosted on IIS on a Windows Server 2003 R2 standard.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • How to confine the login screen of the users to see only the domain login options

    I am a network administrator. I have windows 2003 server sp2 standard edition, all clients are XP sp2. My questions: any GPO /server solution to prevent all users to login to their local administrator? ( I would like to confine the login screen of the users to see only the domain login options )

    Sshh235 pointsBadges:
  • Limit user’s Internet access in Windows Server 2008 R2

    How can I limit the user to access internet for a specific time only. Can you teach me how to do it in GPO?

    SysAdStudents5 pointsBadges:
  • Move calendar from Exchange 2003 drive to new server

    Our SBS 2003 server died over the weekend. I can copy the PUB1.edb, PUB1.stm and PRIV1.edb and PRIV1.stm files from the old hard drive. I created a new box and installed SBS 2003, but how do I get our old public folder over to the new box? All I need is the public calendar and contacts list.

    mp0427920 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot access Outlook folder from another PC in Windows SBS 2003

    I have Windows Small Business Server 2003 (SBS 2003) and Microsoft Outlook. I want to share a folder I created called "recruitment calendar" under public folders. I created the public folder calendar and it, but I can’t access it from another PC in the network. What am I doing wrong?

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • Export Windows Directory Permissions

    I need to export the DIRECTORY permissions for a series of Windows directories and sub-directories. I need only directory permissions, [em]not share or file[/em]. Is there a tool that can do this? Alternatly, I could use a tool to copy the directory structure only with permissions intact. Have...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • Imaging Windows server 2003 so I can use it in a virtual machine

    How can I image my Windows server 2003 so I can use it in a Virtual Machine on a Windows XP workstation? Asked via email.

    ITKE434,530 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2003 How Can I Fix a Corrupt GPO?

    Windows Small Business Server 2003. I'm Getting Event ID's 1030 and 1058. I have already checked all permissions on sysvol guid folders. It seems that the 'Small Business Server Domain Password Policy' is corrupt. I cannot edit or view that policy. All other policies are fine. The files in this...

    NetSupport460 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Tasks and Tabs Missing from Active Directory

    Exchange Tasks and Tabs Missing from Active Directory. We have 3 AD 2003 Servers and 1-Exch 2007SP1 , tabs went missing awhile back and we can't seem to back step to the last major change done that would have caused this issue; now every time we add a new user we have to manually create a mailbox...

    ITKE434,530 pointsBadges:
  • Excessive virtual memory usage on Exchange server

    I'm currently running a Win 2K3 SBS Exchange server with 3GB memory. Over the last few months I have received errors in the event viewer regarding virtual memory fragmentation. The virtual memory increases to about 6GB. I restart the Exchange services, this releases the memory used. About 700mb of...

    Swarf695 pointsBadges:

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