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  • OS suggestions for a small Active Directory network

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    Do I have to disable DHCP on my router in order to be able to create a DHCP server or a windows server? And how would I configure each?

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    I need some help here please Scenario: Devices: Three routers and one hub; 2 servers 2003 (one with two NICs) in its own forest; and 3 Windows clients. Each router is on a different subnet (ISP and two private subnets). Note: The ISP is using broadband router, and the two private networks is using...

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    Can I enable telnet or SSH access into an Active Directory server running Windows Server 2008? Can I run normal Active Directory command line commands remotely?

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  • DHCP Windows Server 2003

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  • IIS7 – Grant IIS Manager Permissions (SiteAdmin) per Script

    Hi, i want to Create WebSites automatically per script and grant a local group as siteadmin. Create site is ok and works fine with appcmd. But can I grant this IIS Manager permission (SiteAdmin) per script (appcmd ?). I don't found any solution :-( Thanks for Help! Falk

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  • Adding more than one email in one Exchange 2007 account

    I have just finished setting up Exchange 2007 yesterday and someone was wanting to know away to add another email address into their exchange account. For example. An account is setup for user@domain.com (main exhange server domain) And he wants to add domain2.com into the same account. (So like...

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