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    Do Windows 7 Professional machines come with a client access license to access Windows Server 2008? If we have 50 Windows 7 Pro computers and 60 users, how many CALs do we need to access the server? What about Office licenses?

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  • Outlook 2003 admin can see other users inbox and contacts

    Can I make it so admin can see users sent items from admin outlook programme

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  • Administrative function capabilities in Windows 7 and Windows server 2008

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  • How to configure DNS,DHCP,AD,DS in Windows Server 2008 R2

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  • Empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

    Is there a wat to clear or empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

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  • Replacing a server in an existing domain (not the main domain controller)

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  • Terminal Services and Active Directory on one box

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  • can I specify NS records of an AD DNS zone with non-windows dns servers

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  • Microsoft Sequel Server 2005 VSS backup

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  • Application for backing up multiple servers

    What is the best application for backing up multiple servers on my network with close to 15 tb of data on a Windows Server 2008? We will be backing up about 20 boxes.

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  • Bizzare Windows XP Logon problem

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  • Delprof script in Active Directory

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  • Copy Active Directory from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2

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  • SMTP Inbound port keeps changing on its own .

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  • DNS registration without assigning a primary DNS suffix

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  • Antivirus software for a virtual machine running Windows Server 2003 R2

    What type of antivirus software should I put on a virtual machine running Windows Server 2003 R2?

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  • Setting up administrative access in Windows 7

    We have two groups of users. Execs and end users in a Windows Server 2003 domain. We want the execs to have full administrative access on the Windows 7 desktops. We want the end users not to have admin access. How can we set this up?

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  • Setting up DYNDNS with Windows 7

    How can I set up DYNDNS with my Windows 7 desktop to automatically update my host name to DNS address?

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  • Sbs anti virus windows server

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