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    Hello, I have Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Xp Professional on other computer. I have created a Shared folders on both computers and set the permissions as full control for Everyone. Both the Server and Workstation are in the same WORKGROUP. I connected from Win Xp Pro to Win Server 2003 R2...

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  • DropBox for users on Active Directory 2008 network

    Is it possible to create a drop box for users to be able to copy files into but not view them or the folders contents afterwards. We have an Active Directory 2008 network. What permissions should we grant them or deny them to get this to work?

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  • Blocking access to network neighborhood on Windows XP SP3

    Can we block access to network neighborhood on Windows XP SP3 using a group policy? Will this block network shares already mapped as mapped drives?

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  • Sending email to addresses outside my domain

    I can only send email internally and when I try to send to an outside email address not in my domain I see errors that relaying is not allowed. I set up my account in Outlook from memory and might have missed a step. Our server is Imail Mail Server with unlimited licenses. Any ideas?

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  • F5 VPN Download of the specified resource has failed

    I am getting this error : "The Download of the specified resource has failed" when I am trying to connect from home. What could be possible reasons for this? I am successfully able to connect using a website for remote connection provided by my company but unable to connect using clientless F5 VPN...

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  • Windows XP hangs at applying computer settings

    We just installed a new RWDC to replace an old RODC. We powered off the RODC to test the new DC. However as we have not yet demoted the old RODC XP users report that clients use a long time at "applying computer settings". Typically 20-60 sec. Will this dissapear when demoting the RODC or is...

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  • Best Integration options for Linux membership in Active Directory

    We're a heavy Microsoft shop and I'm standing up our first Linux servers and wish to intergrate them into Active Directory. We're using Red Hat and the Oracle Unbreakable Linux (Oracle sponsered RHEL) and I want to intergrate the systems into AD for ease of control and to ensure our existing IT...

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  • Connecting to VPN through LAN

    I have a Windows Server domain and clients in Windows XP with a LAN. I need to connect to a VPN with a domain running in Windows Server. Can a client PC connect to the VPN and the LAN server simultaneously? They need to be able to access a database in the VPN server, obtain the file path to be able...

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  • Fail over with two disk hardware mirror

    If I currently have a two disk hardware mirror or RAID 1 can I migrate the data from them to a RAID 5 array by adding 4 more drives? Do I need all 6 drives in the array or can I make one of them hot swappable in case something goes wrong? Will it fail over automatically? I am using a Windows Server...

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  • Re-join clients to Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

    Hello All, For some reasons, I needed to format and re-install my Windows 2003 Enterprise server. I re-setup it with same fqdn name and other stuffs alongwith AD as they were before. Now, all clients (WinXP) can connect and use the server resources but everytime they connect to sever, following...

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  • Performance monitor alerts on Windows Server 2003

    We have a 2003 server here that we are trying to catch a runaway process on. I know how to go into perfmon and set a page file monitor, but I can't seem to understand the counter. I want to set it at a specific GB file size or % or total. Is the size "over" as a percent amount actually the percent?...

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  • Running client email with RDS

    How do I run the client machines email with my spplication on the remote desktop?

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  • Multiple user with different rights

    I am running server 03 and 08.  I have many clients running XP.  I have restricted these clients so they are unable to get to anything on the network.  When I sit down to work on a PC, it would be nice to access resources that are not permitted to these users.  I currently have to remote into...

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  • Setting bandwidth allowances on Windows Server 2003 R2

    Can we set bandwidth allowances for domain users and cut off internet access when it hits a predefined threshold? We are running on a Windows Server 2003 R2 standard network.

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  • Windows Server 2000’s IP address

    From a DOS prompt how can I find out what my Windows Server 2000's  IP address is and how can I verify network connectivity?

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  • Changing password requirements for all Windows Server 2003 domain users

    How can we change password requirements for all domain users? This is using Windows Server 2003 at the domain level and Windows XP SP3 on the desktop.

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