I'm using 2003 server for DHCP settings. I don't want some computers to get ip address automatically but if they put manually ip address, it's ok, they can connect.How it can be done?I mean when those computers try to connect for wireless, they should not get any ip address (so internet) until they put manually ip address, default gateway and dns server.
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.
I am interested in knowing how to check on my 2003 Server what usernames are blocked from downloading. Many of the clients seemed to have downloaded Google Talk and also Spotify. I was wondering if I can check -where it is located and how to enforce this policy. (or create it if it isn't in effect correctly)
Is it possible to have my file server only accessable in the LAN. I would like to block all inbound/outbound traffic outside of the LAN. I back up all of my personal files to that server and some contain sensitive information.
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 can't remote to server 2003. On the server, the Enable Remote Desktop is gray out with a check mark. On the remote assistance it is not gray out with a check mark. when Remote desktop connection from a workstation here is the message error.Remote desktop can't connect to the remote for one of these reason.
1)Remote access to the server is no enabled
2)The remote computer is turned off
2)The remote computer is not available on the network.
Make sure the remote computer is turned on and connected to the server, and that remote access is enabled.
i have server 2003 sp2 with "AD " , every thing was working just fine until yesterday the server goes down i cannot ping the "server"or its ip from any PC and i cannot ping any thing from the server only it can ping itself "localhost ,server, 192.168.1.1, 127.0.0.1 " when the problem happens it checked the server and the ipconfig was chenged to :
I am running Windows Server 2003 with a wired connection to a Linksys router. I can ping the router and other websites; however, I only get about 3 out of 4 replies. I can't get on the internet via any web browser. Strangely enough, Skype works
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
I have a server 2003 r2 machine connected on a LAN.the server is used for data storage and the local workstations use the data on mapped drives.When the server is connected to the internet ... all of the workstations on the lan partially lose the internet.When i ping google while the server is connected to the internet I get 50% to 75% loss.When I disable the LAN adapter on sevrer- alll the workstations on lan have 0% loss.When I enable lan adapter on server and configure tcpip and for primary dns i enter 18.104.22.168 ,I still get 0% loss,when I enter 22.214.171.124 for primary dns the problem persists/It kind of sounds like a virus on server causing very heavy traffic?
I have a 2003 standard machine with networking issues. the nic shows that it is connected and it received the correct DHCP ip from the router but i can't ping the router or any other ip on the network.i ran a TCP/IP fix, Winstock Fix, LSP Fix, checked the services that starts up, checked the startup programs, turned the firewall off, checked in advanced settings on the nic if the correct order is there. the funny thing is that in safe mode with networking it works like a charm but not when i boot in to windows normally.If i ping the router it just shows destination host unreachable.
Windows Server 2003, XP and W7 desktops. I have a growing number of user folders that are seemingly in the wrong place. When I am looking at the directories locally on the server, there are some document folders that are directly in the Users folder, rather than existing as subfolders within a user's folder. In fact, the user's folder is not present at all. So rather than Joe Smith's folder structure being 'Users/jsmith/', there are a series of folders under 'Users' that are named 'Documents'. As I click on each one though, I see in the address bar 'Users/jsmith' etc. In the tree, there is no folder named jsmith, but in the address bar there is. And in the address bar, there is no folder named 'Documents'.This seems to be limited to newer users and older users who have Windows 7 PCs, but I don't know for sure if that's the source of the change.
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'm curently studying for my CCNP Switch certfification, and I'm learning about RADIUS and AAA. I need to practice this topics, but unfortunately I can't find any way to do it. I have cisco ACS 4.2 but I'm unable to install it on my Server 2003 (it says mmc.exe needs to be closed, tried some things but no luck...). I'm unaware of any simulator for RADIUS or anything similar.
how to install ACS 4.2 on Server 2003 (how to solve the error I'm recieving), or point me towards some other product to practise RADIUS and AAA authentication
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 ?
Even though I am an Administrator on the server, sometimes I create files or folder on a network drive and when trying to access them later (or immediately in some cases), I am getting an "Access Denied" box.For example, I just created a folder, moved an item into it, then tried to rename the folder and was denied access.