• How can I configure a static IPv6 address?

    I'm sorry if this question sounds confusing but I currently have a Windows machine that I need to make a domain controller in a test domain for my virtual machines. However, my DCPROMO keeps giving me an error warning that the IP addresses aren't configured correctly. And I can't disable IPv6. Is...

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  • How do I configure my domain controller?

    I just started MY MCSE. I have a doubt regarding configuring Domain Controller. The name which we specify as a DNS name is what? Is this the name of our own website or something else. I just confused by the word DOMAIN. Whenever I hear the word DOMAIN, it occurs to my mind that it is the name of...

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  • Connecting to a Windows Server using the command line interface

    Can I connect to Windows Server through the command line interface? My boss doesn't think it's possible but we need the option to connect to a remote computer. How can we go about this?

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  • Specify IP address in Windows Server 2008

    We have a Windows Server 2008 that has roughly 10 IP addresses statically bound. Would there be a way to specify the default IP address? We noticed that when we add a new IP address to our NIC, it automatically changes the default address to the last IP that was entered.

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  • What needs to be taken care in Oracle 9i database when migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012?

    Currently Oracle 9i database is hosted on Windows server 2003. We are migrating Windows 2003 to Windows Server 2012. Here are two questions: Is Oracle 9i compatible with Windows Server 2012? If not compatible with Windows Server 2012, then what should we do?

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  • How do I disable password rule for Active Directory in Windows Server 2008?

    How do I go about disabling the password complexity policy in our domain? We have Windows Server 2008 and went into the domain controller and found it through local policies. It's currently locked. But, for some reason, I can't find it in our group policy manager. Where do I find it?

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  • How to set Group Policy Settings in Workgroup environment using Windows XP

    We have around 30 PCs in workgroup environment. Operating System is Windows XP. We want to set up Group Policy on all the system for setting up common wallpapers, profile settings, security etc. How can we setup group policy in Workgroup PCs having Operating System as Windows XP? Do we have to...

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  • Windows Server 2008: List all local directories

    We have Windows Server 2008 and I'm trying to figure out if it's possible to list all of my local directories that are shared on our server. Is this possible? I've already found the shares but I'm looking for the directories. Thanks!

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  • List users in Active Directory group

    Can I list all the users in a particular Active Directory group? Perhaps through the command line? I already know how to check who's actually in the group but I need all of them. Thanks!

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  • Find out which LDAP connection string we’re on for our corporate network

    My team is working off our corporate network that's running AD and we need to do some LDAP testing. However, we're having a problem trying to get our LDAP connection string. Is there a way to find it? We do know the domain we're on but that's about it. Thank you!

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  • Why does a user keep getting locked out of Active Directory?

    One of our users keeps getting locked out of Active Directory. We're not sure why it's happening (it may be due to an app that's connected to SQL Server). How can we figure out what happened here?

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  • Windows PowerShell Tutorial

    Can anyone recommend/provide a link to a good Windows PowerShell Video tutorial?

    TechTalker2,310 pointsBadges:
  • How many Active Directory groups am I in?

    I currently still have a Windows XP desktop for my job. How can I figure out how many Active Directory groups I'm in? Thank you.

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  • Accept Security Policy at Domain Login

    We need to set up a message for users to accept when logging in their domain account. I know an Interactive login can be defined on win2003 to display title and text. We need to display the message once for users to accept and login and it is logged that the user accepted the policy and if they...

    Maryam82100 pointsBadges:
  • Connect:Direct – I need help installing the direct connect

    Dear community, I need help with the tool, someone would have some tutorial or material to help break the time of tool installation? I need to install the tool on a Windows 2008 R2 server.  I'm waiting, and thank you!

    GianDubowischy15 pointsBadges:
  • How use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2

    How do I use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2?

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  • linux / Windows server

    a network runing on workgroup networking. i want to install mail server on its.what is better option for me choose linux server or window server (AD).we have 100 user on my network please give me appro suggestion

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  • Changing the Users Administrator password in the Active Directory

    Can you and if so, how do you change the password to the administrator user in the Active Directory?

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  • Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Group Policy

    I am using windows 2003 Active directory to mange approx 50 users in my organization. it ans ad agency and all the users required full time internet access. All the users are login to the domain as normal user( and locally they are limited user). In this case the users don't have the right to open...

    Haisura5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory clients cannot use some software

    Hi Experts, We have an Domain controller (Windows 2008 R2)  installed with all AD group policy implemented. We are facing an weird issue that as we install SQL or Visual Studio 2012 or later one, these all software require option "Run As Administrator" to run all options incorporated in them. Now...

    MandeepSahani5 pointsBadges:

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