Cisco :: Change LMS 4.0.1 From Server Under Windows 2003 To New Server Under Windows 2008 R2
Jul 5, 2012
I planned for my customer to replace his old LMS 4.0.1 server under Windows 2003 by a new server under Windows 2008 R2.Customer wants also to set a new LMS name and IP address for the new server under Windows 2008 R2 and keep both servers on the network.I'm wondering what could be the best procedure to do that migration.Can I used backup / restore procedure in that case ?If yes, what file must I modify to adapt the new LMS configuration to new hostname and IP Address ?
After getting New Workstations, I wanted to connect that to the SERVER but Windows 7 could not log into domain of our server with Windows Server 2003. Besides following the proper process/steps. I am able to use the printer and internet shared through SERVER though.
I have install the administration toolpack on Windows 7 and enabled remote connections on my server 2008 box, When i try and connect with my Windows 7 server manager it does not work.I see stuff on google about enabling a trustedhost with winrm but can't find a way to do this.
I've been reading that the Windows Server Backup that is included with Server 08 R2 is pretty good. Is spending $400 on a third party utility worth it?
I'm asking because we're purchasing a new server soon and I want to know if the included backup is going to be good enough. Will be backing up server state as well as data to tape and possibly an off site server (server 2003) if I get my way.
I have an Active Directory with Windows 2003 Server and all clients with windows xp and I set default group policy for all clients now I install windows 7 ultimate on one computer and want to join it to domain I have tried to join it and it was. But the policies which I set for windows xp machines on Domain are takes place by windows 7 eg. The basic theme of windows 7 was replaced with classic theme of XP. how can I set separate policies on domain for windows 7 client?
I have a windows 2003 server. It had been working and then a couple of days ago the computers on the network could no longer find the server. I cannot ping the server anymore. I have replaced and tested all cords and routers between the computers and the server
In my organization we are having 12, LMS 3.2 servers deployed across the globe. As per Audit policy we need to deploy Microsoft win2003 server security patches on all servers using WSUS. Every month our server team sends us query before applying the patches regarding it's compatibility with LMS.
A windows server (W2000) acting as remote access server (The LAN we are trying to reach is behind this equipment). In other site we have a 881 ISR.I need to configure a VPN between the Server and the CISCO. The goal is to access from the PC behind the CISCO to the corporative LAN where the access server sits on without install the CISCO client in every client PC.
I am running a small network of 30 pc. I have installed windows server 2003. Now i want to upgrade it to server 2008 but before that i want to test windows server 2008. That is why i,m looking online for a copy of windows server 2008 with reg key. Is there any good and trusted place to get windows server 2008.
I have a dedicated windows server 2008 r2 enterprise.I am running an SSTP VPN but only have 2 IP address to connect to the internet on.My issue is that one of the IPs is for the IIS7 etc and the other is for VPN use.How can I apply the same IP to more than one user allowing them to connect all at one.There are in total about 5 users who want to use the VPN service and I dont really want to pay.How do I apply the same IP to all accounts and allow them to connect and all use the same IP at once.
i have recently added to a domain. The initial setup is a server running windows 2003 and several xp machines which logon to the domain using mandatory profiles. However, after adding windows 7 machines and logging them on to the system it doesnt load the profiles. (which is fine as I understand you cannot use the same profiles with windows 7+xp)The problem is it automatically creates a roaming profile when logging off and saves it back to the same path as the other profiles under user.V2 which is growing considerably and causing huge logoff and logon times.How can I get the windows 7 machines to not attempt roaming profiles back to the server and instead to just save the profiles locally when logging off.
I've got a windows server 2003 running a big application (sage1000) but suddenly it seems that users cannot access the server by unc path.i've also test to access \server on the server itself doesen't work.
When I try and copy files from my Windows 7 Home PC to my Windows Server 2003 share, it copies so much then hangs the Server sharing. It then appears that the share has disappeared. If I copy from the Server 2003 to 7, it copies fine, and copying from XP to 2003 also works fine. I had a chat with a colleague who told me that he has the same problem copying from Vista to XP.
I have a windows server 2003 ent., with about 6pcs and a couple of macs. I don't want the server to connect to the internet, though every computer only has one network card. I want all the clients to access the internet but not the server. How do I set this up.
So I just installed Windows Server 2003 64 bit on an older HP Proliant DL360 G5 and am trying to connect it to my network but neither of the 2 NIC's are showing up under Network Connections... the only option I am given is the ''Add Network Places Wizard''.
I have an ethernet cable plugged into NIC 1 and the LED's work so I know it's not a bad NIC card- do I have to download drivers for the NIC? Do I download them to a USB/CD and then just boot from that?
If I have two servers, one running Windows Server 2003, and one running Ubuntu 10, what would be the best way to 'map' one's drive to another? Either way is fine. They are each in a different state, and each have an external IP. I just need to do some processing on the Ubuntu server, then write the file either to its own drive, and have the web server (Windows) read it, or, have it write to the Windows HDD, and have Windows read it.
I am involved in a huge project that requires Servers PCs to function as Routers in schools to prevent broadcast traffic issues (Thread here: Need Professional Advice on 3 MANs implementations - Long story short: Can't buy regular routers because of budget and neet to use current equipment to make the network work, that is, Windows Servers 2008 with 2 NICs.
Now to the point. We are making tests but can't make Static routes to work properly. Design is as follows:
Now we have seen that we need to use this command (in cmd) to add a static route in W2008:
route add [NETWORK DESTINATION] mask [SUBNETMASK] [GATEWAY] if [NIC]
Q1: What exact command(s) do we have to use to make the Laptop in 10.10.10.0 to access Internet? How would you fill those fields based on the diagram? Q2: How many Static routes do we need to declare? I am guessing we just need one, but I have been told that I need to activate two (one for packets sent by the laptop to the router, and one for the packets sent by the router to the laptop?)
We have tried several combinations and can't make laptop to access Internet, not even to ping 192.168.1.5. We have just accomplished pinging to 192.168.1.181 from the Laptop, and to ping 10.10.10.2 from the Server but that's as far as we went.
I can't join a Windows 2008 Server from client computer running Windows Vista Business Edition. I get the message "Network path not Found" yet I can ping the server and the server can ping my computer.
I have a home server that I'm using to host a site with a domain purchased from Go Daddy. I understand how to set up a static IP address on Win Server 2008, but my provider will not allow for me to purchase a static IP because I'm a home customer, not a business.My question is this: should I just ipconfig my ip address every seven days and then change my server's address? Is there a software alternative? Is it necessary for me to change it at all?