• Free IT Book: Why New Systems Fail

    This week's free IT book is Phil Simon's insider's guide to successful IT projects, Why New Systems Fail. From the back of the book, "Organizations often lack the necessary framework to minimize the chance of system failure before, during, and after beginning IT projects." Get the know-how you need...

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  • Free IT Book: Securing SQL Server by Mrdenny!

    This week's free IT book is especially exciting because it was written by Denny Cherry, who you may know better as mrdenny. He's always providing quality and thoughtful answers, and we're excited to share a whole compilation of his knowledge in Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from...

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  • Very interesting Group policy apply problem

    Hi. In mu organization some people computers have interesting problem. When users logons computer all is fine, group policy applied first, then i loged on that computer ass domain admins all is fine again, when i typed gpupdate /force on cmd it gived me GP updated succesifully. Then i restarted...

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • user rights in windows server 2003

    how i give user rights in win 2003 server , i also wants to share a my server drive for every user

    Ratconinfosys5 pointsBadges:
  • Merge two companies into one network

    The company I work for has decided to merge with its Sister Company on the lower floor. While we share the same room to house our independent servers, both companies have separate physical networks. Each with their own separate File Servers & SQL servers. Allowing Company "A" employees to log into...

    PatM5 pointsBadges:
  • Getting an error message after defragmenting Windows server 2003

    I defragmented my hard drive and now I can not boot into Windows server 2003. I am being told my NTDLR is missing. What can I do?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Defragment when CPU drops below 5%?

    Can I set a server to defragment when the cpu drops to <5% for more than 10 minutes? Windows Server 2003.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • defrag through group policy

    Is there a way to set network computers to defrag at a specified time through group policy?

    Calen15 pointsBadges:
  • Cleaning space and defragmentation of drives,server 2003

    i m handling multiple clients approx 40 domains, i want such script or group policy or tool that can delete cookies in every profile on every system,temp files in every profile on every system and disk cleanup and defragmentation automatically and without user interaction. i have to do manually on...

    Pawan12345115 pointsBadges:
  • Clearing Internet Explorer 9 cache across network

    Is there a way to clear all network users' browser caches from Internet Explorer 9? We are on an Active Directory 2008 domain.

    ITKE372,075 pointsBadges:
  • What backup software should I use for 12 servers and 6 terabytes of data?

    I'm running Windows Server 2008. We have a lot of legacy data and current data. We need to back it all up on a tape library. What's the best hardware and software to use to make this simple and idiot proof?

    ITKE372,075 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server SP2 on Exchange 2003 Front End/Back end

    I want to update my winods server 2003 to SP2 on both Exchange 2003 front end and Back end server. Can anyone please help me in what steps need to be taken for this?

    Exchstart220 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy to disable portable storage devices

    Hi, I have one question here. Can Ad group policy disable auto reading for external drive for example tumb drive, protable HDD? Please advice. Thanks

    Mfedli5 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2011 on Dell PE 2950

    Hi guys I am having an issue installing SBS2011 to a dell 2950 when the install gets to the expanding files consistantly at 40% the installation fails on a cannot install file is missing or currpt. This is from the genuine DVD I have also tried form a bootable USB (slower but same issue different...

    AmatureIT25 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual memory setting in Windows server 2008

    How can I tell how much virtual memory is in use on my Windows 2008 server. How can I modify that setting?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Changing domain

    i am using windows server 2003 and i want to change it into server 2008

    Jaysingh655 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What cloud concern do you need addressed?

    Will all of the buzz surrounding the cloud - no doubt amplified by Vivek Kundra's push to the cloud - are you feeling left out at all? I recently spoke to an operations manager who feels that SMBs are excluded from the discussion because of fewer resources. What information would you like to know...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a phone book from AD, adding pictures

    currently my office has a phone book of our 400+ employees kept up in an MS Word file. I would like to try to find a way to create a dynamic phone book from Active Directory. all the office information is kept there anyway so this would be much better than keeping a separate manual file. I would on...

    Buddyfarr6,850 pointsBadges:
  • System restore on Windows Server 2003 R2

    Can system restore points for our windows 2003 r2 server be stored on an external drive or a network drive? How would we restore them in an emergency?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6 and NAT question Help needed

    I want to start off by saying Hi this is my first post. I'm desperate for answers and I can't seem to find anyone that knows this question. I have 2 Windows 2008 r2 servers. One is Server1 and the other Server2 I have IPv6 enabled as well as IPv4 Both are set to static address and...

    Mahlon35 pointsBadges:

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