• Windows Server 2008 clustering is not officially supported within VMware ESX?

    I read that Window sserver 2008 clustering is not officially supported within VMware ESX but that could be change . Any idea if this has been changed ? User submitted questions

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  • TCP port 49154 to 49157

    What service on Windows DC controllers use TCP port 49154 to 49157?

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  • Windows 2000 Server C: directory has 4 GB limited space.

    The server is setup for web application. After installing the OS, update patches and some applications, there are about 500mb of space left in c:, what are the unused files or folders that could be removed in the winNT directory?

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  • How can I setup 2008 AD password complexity in Active Directory?

    Where can I configure password complexity settings using group policy on a 2008 active directory network?

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  • Is it possible to restrict a user to one specific workstation

    I'd like to prevent one user from logging on to other people's computers. The oS os SBS 2003R2

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  • Can’t access files or resources on my Windows Server 2003 from my Windows 7 machine

    When connecting to my Windows Server 2003 from my Windows 7 machine (we are on the same domain), I cannot see any files or resources on the machine and I am told it is not accessible. Using a Windows XP machine with the same username and password, I can access it. What could be preventing me from...

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  • Share room calendar

    how do i setup calendar sharing of a room resource calendar. can't it be done from the GUI or PowerShell ??

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  • WSUS upstream/downstream replica infrastructure

    Hello, I'm setting up WSUS on our network to manage our updates. I've chosen to use the remote client setup for all our WSUS site servers, that way if anyone travels in between sites they'll be able to pull updates from the local WSUS server. I've setup the HOST records in DNS and have one name for...

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  • Real Sender in Exchange 2010

    When someone gives another user the necessary permissions to send an email on behalf of him/her, for instance a manager giving his/her secretary the permissions to do so. It’s not possible to find out the identity of the real sender. We tried this scenario, but in the exchange logs we couldn’t...

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  • HOW TO CREATE RAID 5 ON A WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    I WANT TO CREATE RAID 5 ON A WINDOWS SERVER 2003. I HAVE ANOTHER QUESTION 1) I HAVE 3 HARD DRIVES, WHICH HAS ALTOGETHER 70 GB, IT'S CONSUMING FAST THE SPACE, SO I WANT TO ADD ANOTHER HARD DRIVE , THERE ARE 6 SLOTS IN MY SERVER CAN I ADD ANOTHER HARD DRIVE IN THE SERVER AND WANT TO ADD THE SPACE OF...

    Pramod225 pointsBadges:
  • Add a drive to a Raid 5 without destroying the data

    Can you change the amount of drives in a raid 5 array? For example we now have 6 136 GB drives in our raid 5 array. Can we add one more drive to the array as either a hot spare or actually part of the array? Currently the array uses all 6 drives.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Logon Failures with user name (backslash)

    I'm looking for clues why a Win2k3 server log indicates very frequent logon failures with the user name ... yes, that is a backslash as the only character in the user name.

    Cybernorris50 pointsBadges:
  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: Tell us your must-read IT blog or Twitter feed & earn 50 knowledge points!

    We're always looking for great resources to share with the community, so here's your chance to share what's in your own bag of tricks! Share your favorite IT blogs or Twitter personalities, what they write about, or a link to a post that taught you something you'll never forget. Don't have a...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • How to deploy printers using Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Preferences

    I am working in a Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Professional environment. I am trying to deploy printers using group policy preferences. I have setup two OU's. One is for students and one is for staff. As the group policy settings are different for each group, it was necessary to create two...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 SP2 Folder Sharing Problem

    Dear Friends I recently configured a Fujitsu Siemens Server with OS Windows Server 2003 SP2. Initially after the installation of the server I was facing a problem of pinging to the server from the XP and Vista Clients. After starting the ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS service this problem was sorted...

    Eurosree10 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle 10g Database transfer

    How can I transfer Oracle 10g Database under Windows to Oracle 10g under Linux? What precautions need to be taken?

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  • Mapping a drive from Windows server 2008 R2 to Ubuntu share

    I need to map a drive from my Windows Server 2008 R2 box to a Ubuntu share. I cannot get it to work. How can I achieve this? Sent via email.

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  • Windows Server 2008 task manager

    Hello. Watching task manager in a Win 2008 server system, i noticed that it  reports about Physical Memory: Total 3070MB Cached 2051MB Free 12MB But resource monitor reports 41% Used Physical Memory. So how much memory is free? 12MB from task manager or 59% from resource manager?

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  • SBS 2003 to 2011 Migration Failure

    I'm running out of ideas on my SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 migration I'm attempting. The SBSSetup.log file contains the text at the end of this post showing where it bombs out. The migration appears to fail on SharePoint. The client doesn't even use SharePoint. I've run the best practices analyzer and all...

    Vt4l15 pointsBadges:

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