• Enterprise Search and Windows Server 2008 R2

    I'm trying to deploy enterprise search on a remote file server (2008R2) that will allow Win7 end users to search the remote index. However I get to a point where you have to deploy a unique library file to each user. This doesn't seem to scale to me. Anyone set this up yet and how did you go about...

    EastCoastGuy245 pointsBadges:
  • Installation error in Oracle 10g application server on Windows Server 2003 R2

    I have installed Windows 2003 Server R2 at my Machine. I want to Install Oracle 10G Application On it, but when I put the CD on my CD ROM Drive and Right Click the Setup and Compatability Tab shows only: 1. Win95 2. Win98/me 3. NT 4.0 Service Pack5 4. Windows 200 5. Windows xp I Select Each option...

    FaheemNawaz15 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: The Python Standard Library by Example

    This week's free IT book is an essential addition to the developer's library. If you want to master the powerful Python Standard Library through real code examples, this is the prize for you. Simply answer one of five questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion section below. Good...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2008 R2 on the same LAN

    I have a windows 2000 server and would like to add a test server on the same lan running windows 2008 R2. My plan is to move the application one at a time test them, then commint them to the new server. I only need one or two of the clients to log on to the test server and when done relog on to the...

    Oldman193960 pointsBadges:
  • RDP & User ID

    Hello all - having issues with a particular user. We have been running RDP on a Windows 2008 R2 server to publish a Remote Application. All the users accessing things work fine except for one. They are all acceing via Cisco Site to Site VPN. And all users seem to operate with acceptable RDP...

    DAXQ160 pointsBadges:
  • Are CAL’s Needed for Lotus Domino Access?

    I have a situation where I log onto an AD Server running Windows 2000, for which I have CAL's available. I then log onto a Domino Server which is on a Windows 2003 server in the same domain to access emails etc. Do I need 2003 CAL's to do this?

    Whiskers5 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: Goals to round out 2011

    We're approaching the final quarter of 2011: What are some of your IT department's goals to finish out the year? What are some of the things you are implementing to position yourself for 2012? Whether it's updating your system documentation or updating your IT staff's certifications, we want to...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Replacing Windows XP with Windows 7 Pro

    I am replacing xp workstations with 7pro. Test machine will not pull user profile from server (DC is 2003 enterprise). I have given user admin rights on new box and all settings are the same as the xp station it replaced. Something with "indexing" perhaps??? I can browse the profile through "my...

    uwantfries60 pointsBadges:
  • Announcing the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt (sponsored)

    Today is the first day of the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt, designed to better educate potential customers about all of the great qualities that make HP Elite Series "elite." For details on how to enter check out the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt homepage. The Loot Grand Prize: 5 HP EliteBook...

    ITKE364,180 pointsBadges:
  • Add LDAP Address List to Outlook – GPO/Regedit?

    Hi guys, We want to add an LDAP Address List to Outlook 2010 - we can successfully do this to individual Outlook clients, but how is this possible via GPO/Regedit? Thanks

    RanzKilla20 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 not running on Windows Server 2003

    Running server2003 cannot connect with win 7 pro active dir domain controller could not be contacted xp works fine , win 7 NOT help

    Zuesman265 pointsBadges:
  • September 28: Dell’s own story on Windows 7 migration (sponsored webcast)

    With its faster performance, enhanced manageability, and improved security and compliance features, Windows® 7 is the new "must have" platform for enterprises. But making a successful move to Windows® 7 requires careful planning. Join us for an in-depth look at the issues global technology...

    ITKE364,180 pointsBadges:
  • Windows NT login script

    Need a how-to document that explains the creation and implementation of a Windows NT network login script that will perform following functions: Send a message to a user Start an application Map a network drive Use variables Use an IF / THEN type of statement Use the IFMEMBER.EXE utility

    Qjacqnewport5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Port Usage

    I'm wondering if someone had a better idea for what I'm trying to do. I have a small cluster of beefy Hyper-V servers.  Each server has 20 1GB ports.  This is my approach to port usage for the NICs: 20 ports   4 ports - iSCSI multi-pathing   4 ports - VM DMZ Network Team   12 ports -...

    mshen27,385 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: Does the Windows 8 secure boot and Linux clash affect you?

    We want to know how this "little" inconvenience is affecting the world of Linux users out there. Air your grievances or worries for the future of Linux right here, and we'll send you 50 Knowledge Points!

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Provide outside access in a workgroup

    We are a medical facility, under HIPAA regulations, that has a need to securely provide access to resources internally on our workgroup network to users outside the network. How could we share a file/folder so that people internally can use the file/folder but also allow outside users to the same...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Users not receiving alerts to new General Discussion

    We have a company website on our SBS 2003 server. Some of the users are not receiving email alerts to new General Discussion items even though their alert settings indicate that they shuld be receiving them immediately. Is there some other setting that is impeding the sending of the email?

    Baypond70 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: IP Networking

    We're giving away a detailed and practical overview of TCP/IP networking in IP Networking. From the publishers: "IP Networking takes you from a broad and basic knowledge of IP addressing and routing to a solid skill level with how hosts, switches, and routers collectively deliver IP packets in...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • EXTENDED: IT Scripts Contest now ends October 17

    It's not too late! IT Knowledge Exchange is extending its latest contest: Is your script 3-dimensional? You don't have to be an IT Script Shakespeare to get in on the contest: Did you know you can win a Nintendo 3DS for just leaving a great comment on one of the entries? Check out the entries under...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • restrict terminal servers to different groups

    Can i restrict certain groups to specific terminal servers in server 2003 R2?  For example; I have 3 stand alone terminal servers in AD, I want group1 to only access terminal server1 and not be able to login into the other terminal servers, etc...  Is there a gpo or easy way to do this ? 

    Wanman25 pointsBadges:

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