I have a cable, it’s plugged into the back of both a Dell XP and Windows NT 4.0 server. What do I do? Be very specific!
Just out of curiosity, what does cutting and splicing the cable do? Is it necessary to do, will it possibly fry either port?
what hardware, communications media or software would i need? and what do i need to configure? please help… thanks a lot!!!
I downloaded Windows Server 2008 (Standard) release 2 , and I realized that it runs on 64 bit processors only ,
if I download Windows Server 2008 , will it install then?(And if it does , will it still get updates?)
Each student in my class has a folder that they save to on our server. The student accidentally deleted a file they need for an assignment. I only want to restore her folder. Can I do this? If so, how do I do this?
i want to block porn and other UN-official website and disable unwanted downloads
how can i do?
i have a scenario, assume that a domain xyz.com with windows 2000 server. now i want to configure windows 2003 server as same domain (xyz.com) and format windows 2000 server. is it possible or is it neccessary to join client computer to the windows 2003 domain again. can any body answer to this question.
Alright, I realize that 2008 came out and Microsoft replaced there evaluation copy of 03′ with 08′….are there any sites left that you can download 2003?
I have users that i want to allow to restart the server remotely but do not need them to have administrative rights to this server, how do I allow them to access just IIS?
This is a webserver on a Military intranet, so “hacking” is not an issue. The need for this is because this server is running applications that need to run 24/7 and we have had to restart the IIS many times to get it back up, so at a moments notice there have to be people with access to restart IIS.
if any one know how to change password execly pls write down.
I have windows server 2003 and I have Exchange server 2003 installed on it.
But everytime I restart the server the virtual pop3 server do not start and I have to open the system manager and then select: Server\ Protocols \ POP3 and startthe service automatically
Is there any way to start the “virtual pop3 server” Automatically when windows starts