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Can I implement network redundancy just with static routing tables?

I have a Windows 2003 server which is connected to a router at 192.168.15.1 via 192.168.15.10. I also have a linux server connected to that same router via 192.168.15.90. And I have a direct ...
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Two domain controllers - yet when primary is down, domain still fails?

I have multiple windows 2003 servers support a particular network, and when one particular server is taken offline, domain services begin to rapidly fail, such as users couldn't login. What check ...
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Getting Started with NIC and Switch Redundancy

Currently with my servers, they all or almost all have 2 nics with one in use. Each NIC is is of course connected to a single switch. What do I need to do to make this redundant in that both NICs ...
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Adding a second line to a domain

I'm running a Windows 2003 single domain network. We currently have a single connection line run in to an inbound nic in our ISA firewall. Outbound nic goes to a switch and from there to all other ...
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Data Backup redundancy/backups

I am looking at setting up a backup solution... well including in my backup solution actually... an external harddrive on my main file server. I then use something like Microsoft SyncToy to 'sync' ...