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    I have a Windows 2000 server virtual machine running in VMware, which is running low on free space on its C: drive. Do you know of a way to increase the size of this C: drive system volume? I can easily increase the size of the space available to the virtual machine from within the VMware...

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  • Windows System performance

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    how do I go about upgrading from Windows Server 2008 SP1 to R2?I dont want to have to completely re install the OS. Is this possible?

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  • Internet Filtering

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    How do I reset a password in active directory?

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  • Receive Emails from ISP through Exchange Server 2007

    How to configure Exchange 2007 to send and receive emails setup by ISP hosting my Email Domain.

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  • batch file error

    how to execute a printer batch file in windows 2003 domain from the client system

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  • Block IP address to workgroup nodes

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  • RD access

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  • Struggling with Exchange Server 2010

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  • Setting up multiple mail domains while the exchange server is on a single active directory domain

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  • Creating Internet Backup on my W2K3 R2 DNS server

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  • Windows Server 2003 R2 restarts at/before logon

    The Server was working fine but either due to some software installed it started giving problems removed all extra softwares and had just the os, msoffice and symantech end point installed still it gave problems, so uninstalled symantec end point security and the server started working fine again,...

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  • Rename AD User profile shows the old user name

    After rename the user, in the server where his home folder is located, the security tab still shows the old user name, only in that server, if I add the user to the security tab in other server, works fine. What I need to do in order to solve the issue???  There is a cache to delete??

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  • Domain Admin Permissions to Folder Redirections

    Hello, I am working with a clients serverand have ran into some issues. The server is SBS 2008. I need to give the Domain Admin full control of the following directory which has subfolders for the users home folder. c:usersFolderRedirections. What is the easiest way to give the domain admin full...

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  • Wide Area Network Help (WAN)

    I am taking a class at work and I have to design a WAN that will connect 2 different sites in 2 different states. It has to have the bandwidth to handle video conferencing and normal network traffic. I will have approx 300 users in 1 location and the same in the other. What would be the best way to...

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  • exchange sbs 2003 forward email to external email(gmail)

    HI all, I am having prblems gettting this to work and wonder if you can help me out. I have exchange sbs 2003 and i want to forward and internal emails to external email(gmail). Eg: bob@company.com wants to have his emails forwarded to bob@gmail.com I have done some research this is what i have...

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  • Remote systems shutdown through server

    Hi, I need to set about 60% (about 50) of the PC's in our network to automatically shutdown at 8pm every night. I am running Windows server 2003, and the clients are all Windows XP. Can someone tell me the best way to do this. Thanks Ramachandrna

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