• Hiding a shared folder

    We have a public folder on one of the data servers in our domain. Everyone has read access to this folder and many have write access as well. In this public folder there is also our MIS_Notes folder. The MIS_Notes Folder is accessible only by those in the Administrator group. The folder is visible...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • How to maintain Windows 2000 server uptodate

    I am working on Windows 2000 server having RAID configured on it. I want to know how best I can maintain our server up-to-date with minimum downtime. Also how to confirm whether hardware or software RAID configured.

    S1234567840 pointsBadges:
  • AD without network connection

    We have AD Server in our office and after removing network connection user can login with AD Authentication with their own desktop and data so kindly tell me how this can happened?

    SCIAD5 pointsBadges:
  • Can we use a Windows Server 2003 configured as a router to do qos when the switch does not support it?

    Can a Windows 2003 server be used as a QOS device to prioritize packets on the network to prevent VOIP latency? The current switch and gateway do not support qos.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Active directory attribute for Public folder replica server

    Hi, I'm using Exchange server 2007 SP1. I want to know the active directory attribute  that holds the replica server name of the public folder. Without using the properties of public folder, I want to change the replication server name of the public folder & its sub-folders using active...

    Inmarmine5 pointsBadges:
  • domain configuration

    Recently I have joined in a company as a system administrator. Now I have to configure a Domain where the users will not get any permission to change their desktop settings and also will not be allowed to add/remove any program. How do I implement this through Group Policy? Give me the detailed...

    Kolkata25 pointsBadges:
  • Can you rename the WINDOWS folder?

    I'd like to know if you can rename a working C:\WINDOWS systems folder to C:\WINNT in Windows XP-PRO. The applications that I'm using point to \WINNT, and cannot be easily changed. Dennis M.

    JungledennyMCP5 pointsBadges:
  • “Display information about previous logons during user logon” Policy locks me out of Domain Controller

    I just enabled a policy (domain wide) on my Windows 2008 server (sole domain controller) to "Display information about previous logons during user logon" Since doing so, I was unable to log back in to my server! I received this message:“Security policies on this computer are set to display...

    Denwood390 pointsBadges:
  • Creating template of Active Directory user

    I want to create a template of an Active Directory user and use that to start when adding a new user instead of the blank template we get now. Basically login script, office address and that kind of stuff everyone should have.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Identify 802.1x clients in an AD domain

    I'm designing an 802.1x wired deployment with MAC Authentication Bypass for Windows workstations without the 802.1x client. I need to identify which workstations have the client and which do not. I also need to configure the 802.1x client on the workstations that do have it. The 802.1x client is...

    Peterp270 pointsBadges:
  • changing an internal domain name

    I currently have just taken over the management of a school network. The external domain is hosted by a local ISP who hosts our web page and sends all the mail with ourname.school.nz through to a our mail server. The problem we have is the internal domain and the external domain has been given a...

    Milkybar995 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Stealing the Network

    This week's free IT book is a little bit different than the ones we usually feature. Stealing the Network from Sygress contains fictional stories of real life possibilities meant to inspire security and technology pros alike to wonder and muse on the what ifs of security vulnerabilities. For a...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • How do I add a local admin account via script?

    We have just recently joined to our parent companies domain, and as such our old local admin account "administrator" name is not being used as an login anymore. Most of our machines have administrator as the local admin account. Since we want to get away from that name, we would like to add a local...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring MS Exchange 2003 for SBS to send and receive mails on internet

    Hi, I have installed exchange server 2003 for SBS. I have configured it. Its working fine on LAN. I can send and receive mails from AD users. Now I want to send mails outside the network on internet. I have domain registered with godaddy (www.coinopsolutions.net). I have router working as DHCP...

    Kavinagpur10 pointsBadges:
  • Assigning home drives in a Windows 2003 Active Directory network

    How do you handle assigning home drives in a Windows 2003 AD network? I currently do it manually. Can I have it done automatically based on OU? I see a place for the home directory in the user's properties: can this be used to create the directory as well?

    ITKE351,845 pointsBadges:
  • Customizing Devices and Printers in Windows 7

    Can you hide the devices in Devices and Printers in Windows 7 Professional. Or can you revert the menu back to the XP Pro look that just showed printers when you click the printers and faxes from the Start Menu. I don't want to use the method of using group policy to remove printers and devices...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Mrss5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server Client Access Licenses

    For domain controllers and one Exchange Server, how many CALs do I need for that?

    Wellcome5 pointsBadges:
  • Differences between Windows Versions on Server 2003?

    What is the difference between Windows Server 2003, Webserver 2003 and Small business server 2003? Can they all be a domain controller?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • DRM Capabilities in SharePoint 2010

    I know that DRM has been a capability of the software - how does this tie into my active directory settings - or does it? This question is from the Microsoft Live Chat which took place on June 1st.

    ITKE351,845 pointsBadges:

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