I do have the necessary license for access to my Windows 2000 operating system. The Windows 2000 operating system has an active directory running in it. In addition, I have a Domino server on my Windows 2003 server. This windows 2003 server happens to be in the same domain with Windows 2000. The Domino server is meant for emails and related programs. Do I need an access license for the windows 2003 I addition to the one for Windows 2000?
I would like to know the Windows Operating System that my system will revert back in uninstalling Windows Server 2003 and also the keyboard shortcuts that can be used in Windows Server 2003? Where is the Primary domain controller(PDC) and backup domain controller(BDC) roles stored in Windows Server?
How can you ensure a secured log in to the server of an organization with roaming users?
Where all the user settings stored on a server?
What are the new DNS Management features that are added to Windows Server 2003?
I upgraded my domain from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003. We currently have three DC under Win 2003.
The first one is the Primary Domain Controller and the rest are ADC.
And right now, I am facing problem on opening rsop.msc.
I keep getting “Access is denied.” Error. What should I do?
I successfully moved GP9 from Windows 2000 server to Windows 2003 server before I upgrade to GP10. However, when I try to log on to GP on the new server it messages me that my license is only for MDSE. I checked the license information on both servers and it was same. Both servers are running the same version GP9. Is there anything that I should do with this issue?
I have upgraded Windows NT to Windows 2003. The common factors of Windows NT are the Primary Domain Controller and Backup Domain Controllers. The rest is under Windows 2000 or 2003 representative hosts.
My concern is, as I am updating my NT website remotely to Windows 2003, do I have to perform other things with my Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 representative hosts which are from the NT website?
When is the best time to defragment a hardly-used hard drive on a Windows Server 2003? This is a file server which has files that are written and deleted for many times in a week and is accessed by around 25 users. Is there an alert when the hard fragmentation is reached?
Can AD 2003 domain users use their credentials to log on to Windows 2003 FTP servers? Is there a way to have a single login so there is no need to authenticate every connection?
I am receiving the following errors on my Windows Server 2003. I am using Retrospect 126.96.36.199. The error is “Can't access volume xxxx error -1102 (drive missing/unavailable). Trouble reading files, error -1221 (can't access database).” How do I resolve the error? Please help.