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FAT64

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  1. FAT64

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    Does your post conform to the Forum Rules?? Shame on you!
  2. Active Directory Users and Computers??
  3. It's not known as the Mistake Edition for nothing!
  4. They are going to charge $30 per licence, Yikes!!
  5. Has this been dealt with in Windows 2003 Server Group Policy perhaps?
  6. You can get hold of "fanless" Power Supplies, they are quite expensive though. Do a Google Search! http://www.xoxide.com/coolmax-cf-350.html
  7. Can you simply deny them the "Logon locally" in Group Policy?
  8. On the computer with the printer connected, go to "Printers and Faxes", right-click the printer and select "Sharing" and click "Share this printer". On the other computer, go to "Printers and Faxes" and then "Add a printer", then browse for the printer you just shared and click OK.
  9. Better still, go to this site: http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/
  10. Borrow someone else's PC, go to this site: http://www.lostpassword.com/windows-xp-2000-nt.htm and create a recovery CD. It will allow you to remove/amend any passwords.
  11. When you install XP you are asked to enter a password for the "Administrator" account. What did you type? Or did you leave it blank? Boot to "Safe Mode" (or press CTRL-ALT-DEL twice) and login as the Administrator and you can change the password for any other account.
  12. Sounds like a fairly good idea to me, not that I'm an expert. It's one less service on your server, of course. It depends how your users access the Internet, if they go through a Proxy on the server and it goes down, then they won't be able to - obviously.
  13. Nero Vision Express is pretty good!
  14. Looks fine to me, but then I am dyslexic!
  15. A network card will give itself an IP address of 169.255.X.X when it cannot obtain an IP address from a DHCP Server.
  16. Do you have "File and Printer Sharing" installed? Or, do you have a Firewall installed anywhere??
  17. Personally I use Active WebCam PY Software
  18. Windows 2000/2003 have the WinInstallLE application for free. You can create .msi files for deploying applications using Group Policy.
  19. Microsoft do actually recommend 3rd Party tools for general AD admin, however you can create "bulk" user accounts using either the csvde or ldifde commands.
  20. I hope you're not using an illegal copy of Windows, bmn!
  21. Native/Mixed Mode refers to your Servers, not the Clients!
  22. You'll probably have to resort to using VPN.


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