• Windows 2003 Server error message

    "The handle is invalid" is an error message displayed when anyone tries to browse the domain.

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  • Missing PST files in Outlook 2000

    Hi, After trying a restructuring of my entire network, I had to demote my Windows XP computers from and NT Domain to and Active Directory 2003 domain, I lost my PST files in Outlook 2000. Actually, I demoted the XP computers to a workgroup the promoted them to an Active directory domain. Now when I...

    Wachen60 pointsBadges:
  • Disk space on a virtual machine

    Hi, I attend ITT Tech, and am majoring in the IT field. My question is I am setting up file servers on my Active Directory 2008, I need a disk 1. All my disk are allocated, I have disk 0 and cd-rom, and nothing more, Can I create a VHD for my disk 1 that is needed for my client server networking...

    crosscreek5 pointsBadges:
  • Log management software

    Be able to extract the Logs from Windows (App & Sys), IIS, Individual App Logs ( Ex Sharepoint Logs, AD Logs, biztalk logs) etc into a Central Logging Server repository A friendly GUI to check the status of the transfer etc. Simple email alerting of the transfer would be good. Able to generate...

    Sasachin370 pointsBadges:
  • How does an end user restore to a previous version of a file using Shadow Copy?

    How does an end user restore to a previous version of a file using Shadow Copy?

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  • Active Directory local administrator unable to join domain in client side why?

    Dear, I am using Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and in client side Windows XP My problem is when I choose a name for a system client win XP named STR31 and I am successfully able to join the domain first time and if this client Windows corrupted and I reinstall the Win XP on it and again set...

    nooruzzaman30 pointsBadges:
  • Login to AD from outside

    Hello, I have a little problem with my AD server, I want to connect my laptop, which is already part of my domain, from the outside but still I can not. it is really possible to connect from the outside? I found a solution that says I need to configure a VPN, but I do not know how to do. Is there...

    ayoubw125 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal server

    What do I need to set up a terminal server?

    GlennF5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2012 Storage Spaces

    HiCan anyone give us more details on exactually how Windows 2012 stores data at a drive level. We would like to know exactully how many drive you can loose for example and also how what happens to a pool should it fail.Basically we would like to know the design of the storage architechture in...

    Jodrico20135 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a Windows 2008 IT architecture

    I need to setup a new Windows 2008 architecture with the following problematics: I have two location: Office and the datacenter. I currently have two Windows 2008 Servers at the datacenter (WEB1 and DB1) And one Windows 2008 Server at the office (APP1). I want to have a private network with a VPN...

    Alexl5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory duplication

    Hi, You can find the Title something strange, but that is correct (as that's exactly I require). Here's the exact scenario which I want to accomplish. I have 2 Primary Domain controllers in which the FSMO roles are distributed. Now I have 2 more additional domain controllers located in another...

    diwakarar5 pointsBadges:
  • How to add several registry values via VBs using GPO

    Our clients run XP pro and Office 2003 or 2007 and on server 2003 domain. We have a macro enabled document that pulls the user name from the registry and applies it to the bottom of that document, similar to a signature. The script below pulls the user name from AD and sets it in the registry in...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Drive letter issue in 2003 terminal server application

    I have a situation where I have a terminal server with a C and D drive with all user related stuff on D & all system related & boot is C. I need to install a new application which requires each user to map drive letter C to a network folder on another server. Apparently, there's no way...

    Netguru0 pointsBadges:
  • Domain user adjust time when it is Day Light Saving

    Hi, I have read many threads about domain user (OS Server 2003 SP2) on how to adjust time on his/her computer, but I could not find an answer that I can rely on. I know that if an admin logs in to each PC for a domain user, he/she can adjust the time. This is not practical when you have got 100...

    Zillah30 pointsBadges:
  • Event View Error Message

    Hi, I just started learning about Exchange Server 2003, and I have no idea what those error (warning) messages are. Most of these messages are the messages I receive everyday. Please look at it and give me some solution. Verify that the Microsoft Exchange MTA service has started. Consecutive...

    AnswerAll0 pointsBadges:
  • LCR (Local Continuous Replication) Questions for SBS 2008

    I am interested in using LCR for a customers SBS 2008 server so that we have an additional backup (we have local and offsite backups as well) if we ever have to restore the Exchange DB. We have an internal docking station that has two drive - one we use for the daily backups (disks changed out...

    Mjcolonas5 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to Join Domain from Client PC

    I have configured AD in Windows Server 2000. Then directly created a User/Group in Loacladmin.in Consol. So far everything is fine. But when I joined the domain users from Client computer, it's showing the following message. “The Join Operation was not successfully. This could be because an...

    Sreenivashan30 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Cisco Wireless Router

    Greetings, I have a Cisco 871 wireless router and am having problems configuring it to act as a Wireless Access Point for my small internal network using Microsoft Small Business Server 2003. I am trying to set up one client access via wireless. Using Cisco’s SDM Express, when trying to change...

    RP@ADF15 pointsBadges:
  • What is the command in CentOS 5.0 to configure DNS?

    Hi, I want to configure DNS and DHCP in Centos 5.0. Could anyone let me know how to configure it through command line?

    SaadKhan15 pointsBadges:
  • GPO settings for WSUS not applying correctly to 2 machines

    I have 2 servers at work that do not have the correct WSUS settings from the GPO. When I run the RSOP it does show that the GPO has applied correctly, but when I check the settings in the control panel the do not match. However it still doesn't allow me to change it as it says it is controlled by...

    Mattcassell730 pointsBadges:

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