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I have win2003 i want it serover what can i do


You can do a lot with this operating system.

Some of his features are: DOMAIN Controller, Active Directory, Ftp Server, DHCP, Web Server, Terminal Server, File server etc.
Here i have some very useful links.

About Windows 2003 Server Editions:

Configuring DNS Server:

Configuring DHCP Server:

Configuring File Server:

Configure Printing Server:

Configure FTP Server:

Configure Active Directory:

Configure Web Server:

All these are only some of his features.

I hope is useful to you and your friends

Mar 13, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise...


How to Setup,Configure,Troubleshoot for VPN in Windows 2003 Server

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In the below mentioned links you will be able to find the complete details about the VPN.The links provide the infomation about (How to Setup,Configure,Troubleshoot for VPN in Windows 2003 Server)



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on Jun 14, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard...


Using UAC in Windows Vista

Windows Vista has the built-in ability to automatically reduce the potential of security breaches in the system. It does that by automatically enabling a feature called User Account Control (or UAC for short). The UAC forces users that are part of the local administrators group to run like they were regular users with no administrative privileges.

Although UAC clearly improves the security on Windows Vista, under some scenarios you might want to disable it, for example when giving demos in front of an audience (demos that are not security related, for example). Some home users might be tempted to disable UAC because of the additional mouse clicking it brings into their system, however I urge them not to immediately do so, and try to get used to it instead.
Anyway, if required, you can disable UAC by using one of the following methods:
Method #1 - Using MSCONFIG
  1. Launch MSCONFIG by from the Run menu.
  2. Click on the Tools tab. Scroll down till you find "Disable UAC" . Click on that line.
  3. Press the Launch button.
  4. A CMD window will open. When the command is done, you can close the window.
  5. Close MSCONFIG. You need to reboot the computer for changes to apply.
You can re-enable UAC by selecting the "Enable UAC" line and then clicking on the Launch button.
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Method #2 - Using Regedit
  1. Open Registry Editor.
  2. In Registry Editor, navigate to the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
  3. Locate the following value (DWORD): EnableLUA and give it a value of 0.
    disable_uac_2.gif Note: As always, before making changes to your registry you should always make sure you have a valid backup. In cases where you're supposed to delete or modify keys or values from the registry it is possible to first export that key or value(s) to a .REG file before performing the changes.
  4. Close Registry Editor. You need to reboot the computer for changes to apply.
In order to re-enable UAC just change the above value to 1.
Method #3 - Using Group Policy This can be done via Local Group Policy or via Active Directory-based GPO, which is much more suited for large networks where one would like to disable UAC for many computers at once.
If using Local Group Policy you'll need to open the Group Policy Editor (Start > Run > gpedit.msc) from your Vista computer.
If using in AD-based GPO, open Group Policy Management Console (Start > Run > gpmc.msc) from a Vista computer that is a member of the domain. In the GPMC window, browse to the required GPO that is linked to the OU or domain where the Vista computers are located, then edit it.
  1. In the Group Policy Editor window, browse to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options.
  2. In the right pane scroll to find the User Access Control policies (they're down at the bottom of the window). You need to configure the following policies:disable_uac_gpo_2.gif
  3. You'll need to reboot your computers.
Method #4 - Using Control Panel
  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Under User Account and Family settings click on the "Add or remove user account".
  3. Click on one of the user accounts, for example you can use the Guest account.
  4. Under the user account click on the "Go to the main User Account page" link.
  5. Under "Make changes to your user account" click on the "Change security settings" link.
  6. In the "Turn on User Account Control (UAC) to make your computer more secure" click to unselect the "Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer". Click on the Ok button.
  7. You will be prompted to reboot your computer. Do so when ready.
In order to re-enable UAC just select the above checkbox and reboot.

on Apr 29, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

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What is ou?

OU stands for Organizational Unit and is a part of Windows Server Active Directory. When you add an Organizational Unit to Active Directory, this allows you to create a category for computers, or for users, or both. For example, in a high school, I may create an OU for Students and have all my student accounts within this OU, and an OU for Staff, and have all my staff accounts in this OU. Now I can apply GPO's, or Group Policy Objects, to this Organizational Unit, such as Interface controls if I want to lock down student interfaces for example. You can also configure OU's with computers in them. So for example, I may join a set of teacher computers to the Staff Computers OU within Active Directory after these machines have been joined to the domain, and then apply a Policy on that OU that says that ONLY staff accounts may log into these computers to prevent students from logging onto a staff machine.

OU's are extremely handy because you cannot apply policy objects to just a single user or computer. OU's also help keep your Active Directory structure nice and clean.

Hope this helps!

Mar 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Server 2003: what group policy to allow tabbed browsing for IE7?

First of all - what an excellent question! I felt challenged to find out and here is what I digged out:

The registry keys responsible for this settings are
  1. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TabbedBrowsing
  2. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TabbedBrowsing
The GPO's can be set on two levels:
  1. Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Internet Explorer
  2. User Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Internet Explorer
Hope this helps!

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Conversions of Windows 2000 to 2003 messed up my office network

Hmm, I don't think you will be able to re-configure the network for it but i suggest you install the program each by each as they are different "Windows" Products.

Feb 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Server2003 AD problem

go to active directory - users and computers, set a home folder in the profile tab of the users options,

also if you go into the gpo manager (group policy object) and i think the option of folder redirection is under windows - administrative templates

to open the gpo go start -> run -> mmc

file -> add/remove snap-in and select the gpo editor you can set this to enforce, if you want to do specific users you will have to create a new security group and add the users into it, then select the options that you want them to have, you can even restrict specific operations when they are logged on from there.

hope thats ok for you, if you need clarification just ask

Dec 11, 2008 | Operating Systems

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Windows 2003 server

after u make arepaier u have to make aback up for ur setting and u important file

you can make last good configuration and get it agen then make aback up

to get alast good configuration

restart ur computer and press (f 8) whaen u saw dos screen

after (f 8) step

last know good configuration and choos atime for the day u want to get your system back

Dec 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Group policy problem

This a known issue with Microsoft, they descibe how to handle it here:

Sep 24, 2008 | Operating Systems

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