• How do I purge data on a windows 2003 active directory network?

    We are on a Windows 2003 Active Directory Network and all of our clients using internal DNS are resolving one server that has been replaced to the old address. How can I purge the old data on all the machines? Can this be done directly from the server?

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  • AAA Network Security

    Is the use of a AAA Server limited to TACASC+, RADIUS, or Diameter, or is the functionality of AAA met by the seperation of the processes used in AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Auditing).  Example:  For remote access to the company network, remote users will access through a SSL VPN,...

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  • exchange 2007 email forwarding exception

    Email user "A" has all mail forwarded to "Managment" group. However, HR Dept want to send email to user "A" that does not get forwarded to ensure confidentiality. Can this be done?

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  • Group policies to assign to Windows 7 versus Windows XP

    What new group policies can I assign to a Windows 7 machine vs. a Windows XP machine? Any good administrative features for locking down the machines? Will I have to upgrade my schema from a Windows Server 2003 AD network?

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  • event id 13: Auto enrollment error on my bdc

    my bdc has an auto enrollment error, Do i need to add my bdc as a member to the certsvc_dcom_access ? Auto enrollment error is in applications on event viewer.

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  • Backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008

    When backing up the system state of a Windows Server 2008, what files am I backing up? Are all the registry hives present? Is there a way to back up this data manually or can I only do it using NTBackup?

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  • 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?

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  • Workaround for adding a DC for backup to SBS 2003 network

    Can I add a second domain controller for backup to my SBS 2003 network? I know it says that I can't, but there has to be a hack or work around! Anyone? We need to have a backup ad machine!

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  • .Net Application Routing Emails from SMTP to Exchange Server Error

    Our .Net app works fine using current We.config settigs if we send emails to an external SMTP host. When we point it to our Exchange server it won't work! Any ideas please help. Are there specific SMTP Server settings we need for this to work with Exchange, or any Exchange Server settings that...

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  • Windows domain error

    I am trying to install MS Exchange onto a Poweredge 1850 running Windows 2003. When trying to run a typical exchange install, I received an error message saying that I must be in a windows domain. Also indicated it could not verify our windows domain, and couldn't access the active directory. Can...

    Thaack5 pointsBadges:
  • Can I disable system restore on my Windows server 2003?

    Can I disable system restore? If it is disabled on a Windows server 2003, can I still create system checkpoints? If not, what needs to be re-enabled to make that happen? Scripts or services to start/stop?

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  • Acrive Directory Users and Computers

    I provide support for a small school network running Windows Server 2003 on its server and Windows XP Pro SP3 on all of its clients. I want to set up user accounts that will remember user default setting no matter which client machine is used. All users need to map a network drive and various...

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  • Windows 7 machine maintenance

    What maintenance needs to be run on Windows 7 machines? We have 200 machines running on a 2008 AD network. What tasks should we be running? Do we need to defragment and check disk?

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  • Giving Read only access to a Share mailbox in AD

    We are running exchange 2003 and I am want to give a user read only access to the mailbox. Is there any other way of doing it other then to log into the mailbox and giving it via the delegats function of the mailbox. In AD you get the Exhange tab form where you can grant users access to the mailbox...

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  • MSFO rules move problem

    Hi. I have 2 domain controller: DC1 and DC2. firs the rules was in DC1. i moved it to DC2.  After moving system gived me role moved syccesifull but when i checked in dc1 operation master (AD users and computers -operation masters) i totised "error" (there were written) [strong]Infrastructure...

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • Disappearing Tables when in Terminal Server

    After installing Crystal Report in Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server, I can stand in front of the server (as administrator) AND/OR Terminal into the machine as administrator and create reports. Once I log off my TS session, I can stand in front of the server (as administrator) and create reports...

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  • moving an existing active/passive 2005 SQL cluster onto an existing active/active SQL 2008 cluster.

    I have been tasked with moving an existing active/passive 2005 SQL cluster onto an existing active/active SQL 2008 cluster. The active/active 2008 SQL cluster consists of two nodes that are running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition. These nodes connect to an EMC SAN which has been operating...

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  • Setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation

    I know when setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation, you simply go to an internal web address that downloads the client software to the machine that is used to verify the credentials and to log onto the server. However, my question is when doing this, does this block any non-server...

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  • Joining company domain with Windows 7 machine

    How can I join my Windows 7 machine to my company domain? I want to access active directory resources on it like printers and such. What do I have to do and what information do I need other than my username and password?

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  • Windows SBS 2003 administrator login problems

    Have an issue after an automatic update was run on the server. The login works but the systems immediately logs back out. It does the same for all users and the owner of the server doesn't know what had run in the update. Anyone seen this before? Ideas?

    Dpcolo5 pointsBadges:

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