• Sending and receiving email from an outside domain in Exchange Server 2007

    I’m running Exchange Server 2007 on Windows Server 2008. I’ve set up Exchange to receive mail from a domain (exch.istor2.com) successfully, but would like to also receive and send email from another domain (mail.xyz.com). Is this possible and if so, how do I do it?

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • blocking permission inhertiance in Windows Server 2003

    the steps that are involve in blocking permission inhertance using active director users and computers

    Stanus5 pointsBadges:
  • Disable Mailbox in Exchange 2007

    My understanding of Disabling a mailbox in EMC is the active directory user account will stick around and the mailbox will be deleted in x amount of days. Why is the mailbox still deleted (or moved to "disconnected") when you "disable" it? On the flip side, "Removing" from EMC will delete the AD...

    Eddonnelly35 pointsBadges:
  • Creating temporary Windows Server 2008 Active Directory accounts

    How can we place expirations on user accounts? We want to make temporary Windows Server 2008 Active Directory accounts for technicians in our data center. We want them to expire in one hour from first login. Is this possible?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Is there an easy tool to decipher event logs?

    Hi Guys, Is there an easy tool that can be used to decipher event logs I dont mind paying for it but would rather a free tool as long as it "does exactly what it says on the tin" Thanks All Shane.

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot see domain

    I have serveral desktops that were setup using XP Pro, and they accesses the domain when I set them up. They worked for a white, but after they are shut off, they cannot find the domain again. The administrator and users cannot log in.  We get the message that the domain controller is unavailable....

    Tomtek207115 pointsBadges:
  • What are the pitfalls of moving old windows server to a new location in the computer room?

    what are the pitfalls of moving old windows server to a new location in the computer room?

    J1025 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 forward email problem

    I have auto forwarding on Exchange 2003. i.e. joe@mywork.com forwards to joe@hotmail.com. This was set up using a contact in active directory,then setting up the user exchange settings. I have four people set up like this and it works most of the time. Except every now and again, if a email is sent...

    DenisHodgins15 pointsBadges:
  • Trying to create roaming profile for Apple Mac computers

    Im trying to create roaming profile for Apple MAC systems which are connected to Win 2k3 ADS. I set the path on the Active Directory Access options. But the profile stores only on local system. Not on the roaming path I specified. Roaming profile is the same Win2k3 AD server. Anyone have idea on...

    GuruBhai95 pointsBadges:
  • Recovering an administrator password for Active Directory

    If the administrator password for an Active Directory box is lost what is the process for recovering it? Can it be done?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 computer needs a name change

    The short: We have a Windows Server 2008 computer that needs a name change. How much trouble will this cause for the domain? The Long: At a charity that refurbishes computers for people with low incomes, someone installed a server with Windows Server 2008 and made it a domain (a workgroup would...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Upping priority when it starts on Windows Server 2008

    Is there a way to always have the priority of a process upped when it starts on a windows server 2008?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Copy Option (Windows NT to OS/400)

    I am sending file from Windows to OS400... If my Sysopts Copy option is Send as Text or None. there are tab characters at the end of every record of the text. If the syspots option is Send as Binary, the tab characters are found in the middle, embedded in the record. What should I do to get rid of...

    AndySrAITS5 pointsBadges:
  • Shared Calendar in SBS 2008

    I have setup a public folder and now need to have a shared calendar associated with it. What is the process to complete this task. The users are on a minimum of Outlook 2007.

    Nriacone5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Internet on Small Business Server 2003 with 2 LAN cards

    hi i have an xp machine which has internet i have conntec the internet with 2003 server from the xp machine this 2003 server has 2 lan cards .the 2003 is having 30 client machine on lan network connected to one card on the server now my question is i want to get internet on all the clients how is...

    Syamrajesh19765 pointsBadges:
  • Random “Access Denied” Error with Windows Server 2008

    Hello, I have a user in the domain that had access to her network shares (mapped network drive and H:usersusershares*username*) and now she is getting "Access Denied" errors. I have checked to make sure that she has the correct permissions and she does. I know that she can connect to that server...

    TierraCast5 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring shadow copy files from recovery console Windows Server 2003 SP2

    Is it possible to restore shadow copy files from the recovery console? Windows Server 2003 SP2. I need to access a previous version of a file and the system will not start up. I am open to any ideas or suggestions.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Can bios updates be pushed out to Dell desktops with Windows 7?

    Can we push out bios updates via active directory? Our dell desktops have an update. We want to automate it. Can this be done with Windows 7 and AD?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What should I expect when installing a terminal server?

    in my company have 230 employes i want to install a terminal server. what is the function of terminal server and what is basic requirement and how to install this how many terminal connect with them

    U689534345t5 pointsBadges:
  • Seeing Network shares on domain with Windows 7

    I have a domain that has 5 servers.  Two of them are Windows Server 2008, I can see these servers from my Windows 7 machine.  The other servers are Server 2003 and they do not appear when I go to map a drive.  I can still manually put in the path (\\ServerShare) and access the folders that...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:

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