Make sure that you are using the entire URL with the /owa at the end. If you use only the server name or ip address, then you will see the blank page you describe. Hello, I speak about OMA not OWA. OMA is not working. Hello, OMA = Mobile Access with internal IE? Don´t think [...]
View Answer | February 19, 2009 2:03 PM
Exchange 2003, Mobile email, OMA, Outlook, Outlook Mobile Access, Windows Server 2003
I found the Problem. TCP/IP NetBios Helper Service was not started.
View Answer | February 19, 2009 5:24 AM
GPO, SBS 2003, Small Business Server
You have a startup service that is erroring out. Boot into Safemode and check the application event log for an application or service that is failing at startup. Go to Services and turn the service off.
View Answer | February 17, 2009 11:45 PM
Microsoft Small Business Server 2003, SBS 2003, SBS 2003 configuration, Small Business Server 2003, VMware
please explan what you mean by recipient policy? normaly you can do policy with individual permision on a OU. it you think of recipient like receving and sending email email please confirm ******** Exchange 2007 recipient policies are controlled from within the Exchange Management Console, not AD, so the answer is no. Are you referring [...]
View Answer | February 17, 2009 8:01 PM
Active Directory, Exchange 2007, Exchange Recipient Policy, Group Policy
check out msdb.dbo.sp_delete_backuphistory My guess is your msdb is full of backup history. When you use the GUI it is reading through all of the history. Create a SQL agent job to run daily and trim the history back 30 or 90 days.
View Answer | February 17, 2009 6:58 PM
MySQL Restore, SQL 2000, SQL Enterprise Manager, SQL performance, SQL Restore, SQL Restore Performance, Windows 2000 Server
The first thing that you have to remember is VLANs are a way to separate the networks. VLAN’s basicly just isolate the different traffic. All of your security comes from your switch/router routes, ACL’s,or filtering on the switch/router. As well as integrated security on your srevers/domain. The other thing to note is layer 2 switches [...]
View Answer | May 9, 2013 3:47 PM
Cisco switches, DHCP, LAN Security, VLAN configuration, VLAN management, Windows Server 2003
their can vbe a multiple probleme, Look at the FSMO role of all of your DCs, the PDC emulator is still a valide role….? look at the prefered DC in your client registry. in a microsoft workd the first DC to answer is the one that give the answer and this can be a remote [...]
View Answer | February 17, 2009 3:28 PM
Domain Controller, Logon failure, Network administration, Network connectivity, WAN
the answer is yes. hyper v is a virtual server and you can use it and shoudl use it for testing. the same way with ESX or Xen
View Answer | February 16, 2009 5:31 PM
Hyper-V, Virtual Machines, VMware ESX 3i, Windows Server 2008, Windows Virtualization, XenDesktop, XenServer
That is a possibility. Have you been through the smtp logs on the exchange server to see what it shows you as the reason for the disconnect, like session was dropped, or session was disconnected or session rejected? Try getting the exchange admin for the receiving company on the phone if possible. They may be [...]
View Answer | February 16, 2009 1:45 PM
Exchange 2003, Exchange 2003 administration, NDR, Network connectivity, Non-Delivery Reports, nslookup, Telnet, Windows Server 2003
You could try websense or another web blocking software. Have you looked into any?
View Answer | February 16, 2009 1:21 PM
Internet access, Internet restrictions, User Permissions, User restrictions, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 administration
You need to make sure that both sytems are at Windows 2003 mode.
View Answer | February 14, 2009 3:06 AM
Child Domain, Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, Parent Domain, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008
To be certain, I contacted Microsoft licensing to address your question. According to MS, you do need 2 sets of CAL in general. There are several types of CAL: per Seat, per Server, per Processor & per Mailbox. Your licensing need depends on the type of CAL already installed. Since you has CALs for another [...]
View Answer | February 13, 2009 6:47 PM
Exchange 2007, Licensing, Windows, Windows Server 2003
the probleme is that your user in prod see the machine in DR. but you don’t need to have the machine in the DR in your prod DNS. so it you replicate the DNS in DR it would work. if not I would script a P2V of the DC and the DNS in the DR. [...]
View Answer | February 13, 2009 6:35 PM
Active Directory, Data center planning, Disaster Recovery, DNS, NAT, RHEL, Windows Server 2003
I would recommend a router and using access control lists (ACLs) for managing the traffic as needed. A firewall might also be useful.
View Answer | February 13, 2009 5:42 PM
DHCP, NIC, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
I have a few ideas. You didn’t give much information as to the client machines or your environment. But if the drive that the shared folder is on is corrupted this could cause freezes to the clients accessing the drive. Does the freezing happen on the server as well? Can you check disk manager and [...]
View Answer | February 13, 2009 1:40 PM
Network connectivity, Shared folders, Windows Server 2008
For DHCP From the command line type: system-config-network If it doesn’t work. use YUM to install it: yum install system-config-network Tab to your network card – hit enter Tab down and select Use DHCP Tab down and select Ok – hit enter Quit type ifconfig Check you have received an IP address from DHCP. Change [...]
View Answer | May 8, 2013 1:00 AM
CentOS, CentOS 5.0, CentOS DNS configuration, Configuring DNS in Centos, DHCP, DNS configuration
I think you mean keep outlook connected, not disconnected? Anyway go into the define send/receive settings, highlight the group and choose “edit”. Then go to account properties at the top. Make sure “automatically detect connection settings” is checked.
View Answer | February 12, 2009 10:08 PM
Outlook, Outlook 2003, Outlook work offline, Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
Never mind I found it under HELP in Exchange itself.
View Answer | February 12, 2009 9:43 PM
Exchange 2007, Exchange spam filters, Spam, Windows Server 2008
Yes you can replicate from SQL Server 2005/2008 to SQL Server 2000. There isn’t a version of SQL Server called 2003. SBS 2003 comes with SQL Server 2005 Workgroup Edition.
View Answer | February 12, 2009 9:22 PM
SBS, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2003, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server replication
What is your IP settings for each site? What is the IP address (all settings) on that workstaion? Do you have sites properly setup in Active Directory? How is site A and B connected? Let us know more details as it could be that this workstation is looking for you domain controller and you do [...]
View Answer | February 12, 2009 9:19 PM
Domain Controller, User authentication