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answered How can I prevent that a server admin can see data?
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27
revised Best practices Roaming User Profiles for users who connect via VPN frequently
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answered Best practices Roaming User Profiles for users who connect via VPN frequently
Jul
27
answered Windows Server 2003 Terminal server Printing issues
Jul
27
answered Add MX Record in Windows 2003
Jul
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comment Cisco Switch to Switch Communication
Here's the big question: What kind of port does your point-to-point link to the datacenter plug into? Is it an "access" port into a single VLAN, or is it a "trunk" port carrying multiple VLANs?
Jul
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answered Screen Recording
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answered Connecting two Cisco 2960 switches
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answered Cisco Switch to Switch Communication
Jul
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answered Automatically capture the output of poolmon
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answered Building a New Active Directory and moving from Old Domain
Jul
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comment Install Active Directory on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 without Event Log Errors
I'll see if I can find some time to do what you mention above. re: NTP - You don't have set any of those registry entries to get a working NTP situation. Like I said in my posting (and "mh" said in his), use "NET TIME /setsntp:public.ntp.server.name.here", make sure you can resolve that NTP server name, and make sure that your firewall allows NTP out (UDP 123) and you're golden. No registry tweaking needed.
Jul
26
comment Active Directory GPO which forbidds user to change proxy settings in IE?
I dropped on an edit re: proxy auto-configuration scripts. Check them out-- they're good stuff.
Jul
26
revised Active Directory GPO which forbidds user to change proxy settings in IE?
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Jul
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answered Lock down XP dns settings
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comment Lock down XP dns settings
It's 2009. NO "solution" that involves "hosts files" is the right thing. Since the users have "administrator" rights, no change you make is going to help.
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answered Install Active Directory on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 without Event Log Errors
Jul
26
answered Set Default UPN Suffix for Creating New Users in Active Directory