• View Hidden Files

    Hello, I have a Win 2000 Server in a small workgroup. I can't can't see and open hidden files. I tried changing everything in Folder options and editing Hidden and SuperHidden attributes in registry but no luck. After changing the Registry, when I try to view hidden files, registry changes back to...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading a school’s operating system from Windows XP to Windows 7

    Hi there i work for a school in the uk. i am the schools technician. Basically we have 110 pcs and 1 server. running windows xp professional and server 2003 enterprise on a domain I have the chance to upgrade both the server to windows server 2008 and windows 7 professional. im wanting to know if...

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  • Start Menu content

    I need to prevent The Disk Cleanup Tool from displaying in the Start menu for one specific identity on our network, but this identity has no access to the Control Panel - so I am unsure of the best way to remove/prevent this from appearing in Start menus. I'm thinking that a registry fix would...

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  • Scanning the entire network for spyware

    Is it possible to scan the entire network for spyware/viruses? We are all running Windows 7 with 2008 AD.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • New features of Windows 7

    Anyone can share all the new and cool features of Windows 7? And what the future is like for Vista and Windows 2008 Server? Thanks,

    IEXCELTECH30 pointsBadges:
  • Monitoring SMART hard drive status via Active Directory

    Can we monitor SMART hard drive status via Active Directory or via SpiceWorks to know before a potential hard drive failure? How would this work. Client machines are XP and 7.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Making Windows yours

    How do you get all the kinks out of your os and make it completely yours. Where you know what comes in and goes out. Where it works the same,because there are not hidden applications making changes behind the scenes. Where you use your resources efficiently (like we should in the Consumer world.....

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  • Windows Server Cluster 2003 or 2008

    Symptom for the below Question: In 2-node windows server 2003 or 2008 Cluster: Assume Node1 is failed and few resources ( Like SQL and Disk ) not moved from Node1 to Node2. What are the symtomes for this. Can you anyone plese guide me. Thanks in advance.

    Aravinda60 pointsBadges:
  • Can I use Windows server 2008 as a router?

    Can I use a Windows server 2008 as a router and a DHCP relay server? If so how?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Malware turned system restore off through group policy

    system restore turned off thru grouppolicy...  help  spy ware bug  and cant remove    antimalware doctor

    GMan15 pointsBadges:
  • How to recover the deleted database using transaction log file?

    Hello all u witty people! I am working for a pvt. corporate company. We are using Windows 2003Server as our OS and SQL Server. Earlier this morning, i was taking the back up and as my hard disk ran out of space, so it showed me an error message stating that there was not much space. but by then, my...

    Kalyan20088745 pointsBadges:
  • Event ID 8026 LDAP Bind was unsuccessful on directory

    I have DC ( Dell Server PE 2900 running windows Server 2003 Standard Service Pack 2, Exchnage Dell Servwer PE 1900 runing Windows Server 2003 R2 Servi hosting Exchange 2003 enterprise version. It has been working OK until last week, and it start losing connection to the DC, I have to restart the...

    ConsultMJ5 pointsBadges:
  • What Backup/Restore product for exchange 2007 on win 2008 SE SP1?

    We are cvurrently running a small Exchange Server 2007 (100 small mailboxes, < 1 GB total storage), hosted on a Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition, Service Pack 1. Currently, we are drawing on a tool developed by Michael Smith (The Essential Exchange), which is configured for manual execution...

    Stevegs5 pointsBadges:
  • Are you still using Windows Server 2003?

    Recent survey data found that Windows Server 2003 is still the dominant server OS in the market. If your enterprise uses it, do you have plans to upgrade to Windows Server 2008 (or Windows Server 8, when it's released in 2012)? Why or why not?

    Ben Rubenstein6,755 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle report runtime request for usename and password

    I've installed Oracle11g , my applications are still forms 6i, everything was perfect but when I try to run a report from my system, it ask for username and password connectivity, is there a missing configuration , Thank you for your wonderful help in advance

    Usfamin5 pointsBadges:
  • Pre-boot VPN

    We have about 3-400 mobile laptop users that never work on the company network. OS is windows xp. Does anyone know any pre-boot VPN solutions where the VPN connection is established before or during boot in such a way that it is semi seamless to the user and that works in such a way that the...

    I486dx26670 pointsBadges:
  • Removing computer from a Windows Server 2003 domain

    How can I remove a computer from a domain without a domain user name and password? I have a local admin account.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2008 to Exchange 2010

    We currently have SBS 2008 with about 50 mailboxes. We are planning to move away from SBS and into individual servers. I was looking for input on the best way to move my mail users AND email from the SBS (Exchange 2007) to a new Exchange 2010 server. For more info, the SBS is in a data center...

    Scev5 pointsBadges:
  • Install and configure laptops to be part of domain on Windows Server 2008

    How do i install and configure laptops to be part of a domain?

    Rishi5 pointsBadges:
  • NLB Cluster for Exchange 07 HT and CA roles installed on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2

    hi,I have installed HT and CA roles on 2 different Virtual Machines. my NLB cluster IP address 172.17.1.198 - email.test.com, Exch01- HT and CA - Public/NIC1 - 172. 17.0.35, Exch04- HT and CA - Public/NIC1 - 172.17.1.199 , My above IP address are in same range. I'm able to access...

    Kamlesh15 pointsBadges:

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