• Windows Server 2008 domain group policy

    I manage one site on a Windows 2008 domain. I have one server for this site which is the DNS server for the site and which I use to write group policies for my site. The main domain controller for the domain is in another site, in another building. We have separate IP subnets, and are connected by...

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  • OS suggestions for a small Active Directory network

    What is the easiest and cheapest operating system to roll out to a 35 user active directory network?

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  • Win 2003 server roaming profiles

    We are moving from a Win NT server and Win NT Workstation environment that use Win NT roaming profiles to something new. The roaming profiles have come in handy since 1) some folks work in several areas, and 2) the mfg shop floor folks use whatever PC they can find that is unused at the time. We...

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  • Why do I need a secondary DNS?

    why do I want two dns servers to have operating in my IP network envionment

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  • Problem adding a second domain controller to a single-domain forest

    I am trying to add a second domain controller (DC) with 64-bit hardware to a domain with Exchange Server 2003 installed on the first domain controller. I was told that I need to run ADPREP to prepare the forest when I run DCPROMO. This is the first domain in the forest. However, when I ran ADPREP...

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  • Do I disable DHCP on my router to create a Windows or DHCP server?

    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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  • DNS registration with Static IP’s

    I need help please. I want to enable scavenging for a domain, but there are Windows 2003 "servers" with static I.P. addresses configured. In order to set the correct parameters, can you please tell me how I can find out how often these servers register with the DNS server? Thanks

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  • Imaging Windows Server 2003 to use in virtual machine

    How can I image my Windows server 2003 so I can use it in a Virtual Machine on a Windows XP workstation?

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  • Routing problem with two Windows Server 2003

    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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  • Roaming Profile with Wireless Connection

    On our school network we have wireless access for the principal and the teachers who use laptop computers. The server runs Windows Server 2003 and all clients run Windows XP Pro. The school is in two different buildings and the principal and computer teacher both travel from one building to the...

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  • Enabling telnet or SSH access into Active Directory

    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?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP Windows Server 2003

    I had a quetion in my mind. Assume [strong]2 site [/strong]are there in a forest. in [strong]site A[/strong], all systems are dhcp clients. In another [strong]site B[/strong], all are not dhcp clents. can i configure dhcp server exist in site A to assign ip address to site B systems. is it...

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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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  • Installing Lotus Notes 8.5.2 on a 2008 Citrix Terminal server

    How to Install Lotus Notes 8.5.2 or Higher on a Window 2008 Citrix Environment

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  • What is the” Progam FilesExchsrvrMailrootvsi2UceArchive” folder?

    My antivirus scanner found a few viruses with on our exchange server. The files had a .eml extension and they were located in the " Progam FilesExchsrvrMailrootvsi2UceArchive" folder. I assume they are emails, but what is this folder for and why are there 2GB of .eml files in it?

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  • Free IT Book: Drupal’s Building Blocks

    Today's free IT book is an essential addition to any developer's library: Drupal's Building Blocks. Learn how to quickly build web sites with CCK, Views, and Panels, all by answering one of five questions and posting the link to your answer in the discussion area below. A particular IP range cannot...

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  • VPN solution for deploying endpoints quickly

    What is an easy vpn solution for deploying endpoints quickly, cost effectively and easily? All types of operating systems from solaris to windows servers.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking concurrent telnet sessions – Windows 2003

    Does anyone know a good method of tracking concurrent telnet sessions in Windows Server 2003? I know you can type netstat -an | find ":23" to find all connections to ports beginning with 23 but this is an issue for other services listening on ports like 2301 or 2381 for example. We are trying to...

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  • Active Directory site with Child Domain

    I have 3 AD servers, one forest, one tree, one site My main AD server holds all of the FSMO roles.Until now, there hasn't been a need to have any sort of sync or network connection between our office and any of our other offices. we've been asked to support their network, possibly long-term. They...

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