• 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...

    P0pcan5 pointsBadges:
  • 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?

    Moku5 pointsBadges:
  • Date modified change when archiving

    What is the best way to avoid having the date modified stamp change on files and folders when archiving project data? My process is to copy entire project folders from a working storage location to an archive storage location. When the project is active, it resides on a SAN. When the project is...

    SBanford5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 RDP Server DISABLE Folder Redirection

    I need to disable Folder Redirection for any user that connects to my RDP Server. I have two separate subnets sharing the same Domain via VPN. So one set of users keeps there folders redirected in their subnet and the second keeps theirs local in their own subnet.  When they connect via RDP from...

    DAXQ160 pointsBadges:
  • MMC snap in failure

    My Windows Server 2003 MMC Snap-in fails to initialize and error message: Snap-in failed to initialize appears. Kindly suggest rectification measures.

    Amardeep1981120 pointsBadges:
  • Folder Redirection and Offline Files GPO Questions

    Hoping to get some detailed assistance here. I need to implement both folder redirection and offline files GPO's for all of local users in my corporate office. I have both desktop and laptop users. Their files need to be redirected up to their respective "personal" folder or their Z: on the file...

    Davederb5 pointsBadges:
  • How to map a drive to another domain using command prompt?

    How can I map a drive to another server on another domain using net use? I tried using this command but didn't work:net use H: \servershare /user:domainuser password /persistent:yes and net use n: \servernamesharename /user:username@domainname password and net use n: \servernamesharename...

    Ricardo5736590 pointsBadges:
  • Event ID 4515 – zone exists in more than 1 location in Active Directory

    I posed a question a couple of weeks ago and had no response so I'm hoping I just worded it badly. I'm desperate to sort this out so I'm having another try. The first error I got in my DNS log was Event ID 4515 "The zone contoso.com was previously loaded from the directory partition...

    ITBird15 pointsBadges:
  • Shared folder access to domain users on Windows Server 2008 network

    I have 4 servers and 100 clients. One of my servers is file server and I created a common shared folder for all users for transfer files and folder. I have given full access to domain users but when user try to paste EXE file from network, a message appear access denied. Please guide why user not...

    Servernetwrkdbase60 pointsBadges:
  • How to export IIS 7.0 configuration?

    Would someone explain how to export a backup copy of the IIS configuration? Running IIS 7.0 on Windows 2008 Server. Thanks much. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • GP to prevent domain users from installing any software

    Dear All, I have Windows 2003 domain and some users have local admin rights. I would like to prevent these users from installing any software on their PCs. Thanks and regards, Ziad

    Zsababa5 pointsBadges:
  • How to integrate a Windows 2000 domain with a Windows 2003 domain

    We have a Windows 2003 Domain and we have just taken over another company with their own Windows 2000 domain. What is the best way to integrate this domain with our own?

    Celica20 pointsBadges:
  • Searching for unneeded accounts in Active Directory

    In a Windows 2000 domain functional level, is there a command for searching for unneeded accounts (i.e. not used for 50 days, etc.)? I've tried AdFind but can't get it to run, or don't know how.

    Zinton60 pointsBadges:
  • Unlock group policy from PC

    A workstation was removed from domain without turning off group policy. How do I now turn unlock GP locked items.

    Whkissl5 pointsBadges:
  • Can you dual boot Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008?

    Can you dual boot Windows 7 and Server 2008?

    TheAndyOfOne25 pointsBadges:
  • Delete x days of files Windows Server 2003 SP2

    I am trying to use ForFiles to delete files in a folder that contains files older than 30 days. I am using Windows 2003 server. This is what I'm getting on the DOS screen:C:temp>Windows 2003 u Forfiles 'Windows' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch...

    Kwt712555 pointsBadges:
  • Disable print in IE group policy

    How I can disable printing for my company users while browsing our intranet? Our clients are XP Pro - Windows Server 2008 - IE ver 7

    Farida5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 RDP Issue

    I am unable to RDP to one of my 2008 R2 servers. Firewall is off, port 3389 is listening, no AV is installed, RDP enabled allowing all computers to connect normally without SL level authentication etc...I have one in a VM and another standalone with the same behavior. No suggested resolution found...

    Cisconovicenlv30 pointsBadges:
  • DFS Replication Windows Server 2003 R2

    I have two Windows 2003 Servers used for replication, one is our primary file server, the other is its replica. last week we noticed that the replica had run out of space, this happened a while and went unnoticed - yesterday I cleared out some space by removing a folder that was not required. this...

    Paulbeynon60 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Update on Server 2003: Error 0x80244017

    The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: I get a “0x80244017” error message when I try to run Windows Update for Windows Server 2003. How do I get past this?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:

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