This looks like a user policy versus a computer policy. Try change to a computer policy so you don’t need to authenticate.
View Answer | August 11, 2009 4:57 PM
Windows Server 2003, Windows Server Error Messages, Windows Server Script Error
Could you say what platform and operating system and application(s) you are on Need to know what’s powering your problem am using windows xp as client and in my organisation windows2000 is using as server.This is happening only for limited client machine only.I believe this is one kind of virus.
View Answer | August 11, 2009 4:21 PM
User profiles, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP
Sounds like the server does not have a default gateway or route to the internet. The computers talk to each other because they are on the same subnet. Check the NIC properties on the server and be sure a default gateway is set. Be sure that the gateway permits HTTP traffic.
View Answer | August 11, 2009 3:28 PM
Network connectivity, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server configuration
Delete the outlook profile and recreate it. That should make it resynch with the new server and also fix the offline address book issues.
View Answer | August 10, 2009 11:29 PM
Exchange 2007, Exchange upgrades, SBS 2003, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 64 bit, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 R2 x64, Windows Small Business Server, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional
Just like the majority of other windows hanging issues. It is likely caused by a device or a device driver. If this problem started only after you added the RAID array, something there is probably not right. You can remove the RAID array and see if the problem recurs.
View Answer | August 10, 2009 6:37 PM
RAID 5, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 64-bit, Windows Server troubleshooting
<b>Winsock Corruption</b> You may want to check to see if Winsock has become corrupted. Open a command prompt (Start menu -> Run -> cmd -> OK) and attempt to renew your IP address manually. <pre>ipconfig /renew</pre> If you get an error specifying the DHCP server is unavailable/unreachable, then the information below may be relevant (although [...]
View Answer | August 10, 2009 2:57 PM
DHCP, Network connectivity, Network Interface Cards, NIC, Windows Server 2003
Have you tried the following (from www.eventid.net): 1. Stop DNS Server service on all servers except one. 2. On that one, turn off AD integration for all forward or reverse zones for which EventID 4515 appears (we had several). 3. Restart the DNS Server service on the one server. 4. Check the DNS log – [...]
View Answer | August 10, 2009 1:21 PM
DNS errors, DNS server, Event ID, Event ID 4515
can you try to create an account first and then join see if it get disable again or not …
View Answer | August 9, 2009 5:03 AM
Active Directory, Active Directory Domain, Active Directory Domain Services, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
install the support tool for windows server and then use adsiedit.msc find out the object and remove it from there .
View Answer | August 9, 2009 4:59 AM
Active Directory, Active Directory Users and Computers, Exchange OU, Exchange System Manager, Microsoft Exchange System Objects
trouble shooting rule start from easiest thing . 1- try to check that you are are connected with that server . 2- try to telnet different ports like 53 and others 3- try to do gpupdate on server not working if it gives the same error as RPC is unavailable then try to restart so [...]
View Answer | August 9, 2009 4:51 AM
Active Directory, Active Directory errors, Active Directory File Replication, Error: RPC server not available, RPC
do you have site and services up and running did you define the subnet on site and services . is your domain controllers global catalog ? do have DNS configured correctly with correct sub nets in reverse look up zone . if you have two different domain do you have configured forwarders in DNS . [...]
View Answer | August 9, 2009 4:43 AM
Active Directory, Domain Controller, Event 13508, File replication, FRS
1- do you have backup for that . 2- do you have forward lookup zone up and ruuning . 3- if not both of them then create all reverse look up zone again with the same setup and then go to client and do ipconfig /registerdns and also try ipconfig /flushdns this should work . [...]
View Answer | August 9, 2009 4:07 AM
DNS, DNS lookup error, Reverse Lookup
Firstly, I am not sure it is wise to put sharepoint available for anyone (and it will be) on the Internet. However, to make any service available on the Internet, you will need to map the Internet side (public) IP address and TCP port to the inside (private) IP address and port. This is because [...]
View Answer | August 7, 2009 7:29 AM
DNS server, IIS, SharePoint
Blocking traffic says “firewall” to me. The most common ports you need to block are 6881 to 6889. You would already be blocking those ports. If you have a problem with a specific destination, seriously consider a “deny all” for traffic with that destination by configuring your firewall. If you have a problem with a [...]
View Answer | August 6, 2009 10:23 PM
ISA, torrent, torrent block, Windows Server
There’s lots of information out there about querying AD from SQL Server. Just Google for ADSI Linked Server and you should find a ton of it.
View Answer | August 6, 2009 9:11 PM
Active Directory, SQL Server 2005
AFAIK there is no separate version for 64 bit, and I think Developer 6i is unsupported on that architecture. However, it could work. Are you calling your reports from Forms applications ? If this is the case, I have read that people have got this to work by replacing som DLLs with the ones from [...]
View Answer | August 6, 2009 3:24 PM
Backup and recovery software; Windows Server 2003, Oracle 6i, Oracle Reports, Oracle Reports 6i, Windows Server 2003 64 bit
In the distribution group properties in AD, go to the security tab. Add the user there and give her “Send As” permissions.
View Answer | August 5, 2009 11:48 PM
Active Directory, Exchange permissions, Exchange user permissions, Exchange user settings, Outlook
Starting with SQL Server 2005, the sa password (which is the password you are trying to set) must meet your domain’s password complexity requirements. So what ever complexity requirements your domain has set for your Windows password you will also need to use for the sa password.
View Answer | August 4, 2009 6:57 PM
SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 64-bit, SQL Server authentication, SQL Server installation, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 R2 x64
The key components would be: Sofware: Microsoft iSCSI Initiator – to be installed on host to connect to iSCSI SAN. link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=12cb3c1a-15d6-4585-b385-befd1319f825&displaylang=en Microsoft Remote Installation Service – to be installed on host to allow clients to retrieve OS. link 1: http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/w2k3/W2K3_RIS.htm link 2: http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/w2k3/services/ris_install.htm Hardware: Server – hardware to have the host operating system as [...]
View Answer | August 4, 2009 3:58 PM
HP, iSCSI, iSCSI SAN, SAN, Windows Server 2003
Not sure about this, but it definitely worthwhile for you to give a shot! <a href=”http://www.sharepointboost.com/listcollection.html”>SharePoint List Collection</a>, which, as the name goes, can congregated lists items from whole sites collection into a view. You can work with data on it and export data into spreadsheet. Hope this helps!
View Answer | August 3, 2009 9:06 AM
SharePoint, SharePoint List View, SharePoint Services 3.0, Windows Server 2003, WSS 3.0