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An Introduction to the Windows 2003 POP3 Service
 
This document is intended to give the reader a brief introduction to the Windows 2003 POP3 service - just one of the many new features offered by the Windows 2003 Server family.
Added: 06/16/2004, Hits: 904, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Analyzing Traffic With Network Monitor
 
Microsoft has given you a tool that you can use for monitoring network traffic. Appropriately, the tool is called Network Monitor. In this article, I will introduce you to this tool and show you how to use it.
Added: 07/01/2005, Hits: 1,005, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT)
 
This article shows a step by step guide on how tor configure NAT on Windows Server 2003

Added: 12/26/2014, Hits: 240, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Configuring the Windows Time Service
 
This article walks you through the process of setting up an authoritative time server for a Windows Server 2003-based network running Active Directory. The article outlines procedures for syncing to both an internal and external time source, and also lists additional resources for configuring the Windows Time service and troubleshooting time synchronization problems.
Added: 11/30/2004, Hits: 1,097, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Configuring Windows Remote Desktop from the command line Hot
 
How to use Windows Remote Desktop (mstsc.exe) from the command line to connect to remote servers from saved shortcuts or with custom options.
Added: 08/07/2009, Hits: 3,038, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Configuring Windows Server 2003 to act as a NAT router
 
More years ago than I care to think about, IP addresses were handed out to companies on an indiscriminant basis. As the popularity of the Internet increased, IP addresses soon grew to be a scarce commodity. The solution to this problem was a technology called Network Address Translation (NAT). Today, NAT is alive and well, and more popular than ever. In this article, I will explain what NAT is and how you can configure Windows Server 2003 to act as a NAT router.
Added: 11/24/2005, Hits: 1,083, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Creating and Configuring FTP Sites in Windows Server 2003
 
In this article we'll walk you through the steps of creating FTP sites in Windows Server 2003 using both Internet Services Manager and scripts. The tutorial will also will explain how to perform common administration tasks involving FTP sites and also how to implement FTP User Isolation, a new feature of Windows Server 2003 enables users to have their own separate FTP home directories.
Added: 08/11/2004, Hits: 1,133, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Creating and Configuring Web Sites in Windows Server 2003
 
In this article we'll walk you through the steps of creating web sites in Windows Server 2003 using both Internet Services Manager and scripts. The tutorial will also walk you through the steps for hosting content both locally and remotely using virtual directories, and will explain how to perform common administration tasks involving web servers.
Added: 07/22/2004, Hits: 1,308, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Deploy Windows Server 2003: Considerations for Planning Network Bandwidth
 
Site links are a critical part of building Networked Windows Networks How do Domain Controllers speak to each other without having synchronization problems? Network bandwidth being over utilized can play havoc with your network, at the same time affecting your Windows Server 2003 systems by creating errors in your logs seen in the Directory Services Log in the Event Viewer on our Domain Controller (DC). In this article we discuss things to consider when planning and designing site links.
Added: 02/18/2005, Hits: 751, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Distributing Wi-Fi and 802 1X Client Settings
 
In this article the author discusses some solutions to help distribute and configure Wireless clients in WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X authentication implementations.
Added: 01/06/2012, Hits: 2,325, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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DNS Conditional Forwarding in Windows Server 2003
 
In this article we'll look at conditional forwarding, a new feature of DNS in Windows Server 2003. Conditional forwarding can be used to speed up the DNS name resolution process by directing queries for specific domains to specific name servers. This tutorial explains in detail when conditional forwarding can be useful and how to set it up.
Added: 06/16/2004, Hits: 1,179, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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DNS Stub Zones in Windows Server 2003
 
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Microsoft expert Mitch Tulloch as he presents his first article to the WindowsNetworking.com community. In this article we'll learn about stub zones, a new feature of DNS in Windows Server 2003. Stub zones can help reduce the amount of DNS traffic on your network by streamlining name resolution and zone replication. We'll examine how stub zones work, when you would use them, and how to set them up in this tutorial.
Added: 06/16/2004, Hits: 966, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Establishing Redundancy through Demand Dial Routing
 
Branch offices provide a special challenge when it comes to connectivity. If the WAN connection between the main office and a branch office fails, then the branch office is completely cut off from the rest of the network until the connection becomes available once again. Fortunately, there are some options available to you for creating redundant connections. In this article, I will explore some of these options.
Added: 02/09/2006, Hits: 732, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How can Windows Server 2008 WinRM and WinRS help you?
 
How WinRM & WinRS can help you, how to enable then, and examples of how you can use them.
Added: 09/19/2008, Hits: 1,341, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How to Configure a NAT Server in Windows Server 2003
 
The purpose of this article is to teach you the way to configure your windows server 2003 computer to be a NAT server. Nat us an Internet Protocol (IP) translation process that allows a network with private addresses to access information on the Internet. If the NAT routing protocol is installed and configured on a server that runs Routing and Remote Access, internal network clients with private Internet Protocol (IP) addresses can access the Internet through the external interface of the NAT server. This is much like of a proxy server but it does not have any cache.
Added: 09/18/2004, Hits: 582, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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How To: Mastering PortQry.exe (Part 1)
 
In this article we will cover the fundamentals of using the PortQry command line tool. PortQry.exe is a utility that you can use to help you troubleshoot TCP/IP connections. The PortQry.exe utility runs on Windows 2000-based computers, on Windows XP-based computers, and on Windows Server 2003-based computers.
Added: 01/28/2005, Hits: 755, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Installing DNS On Windows 2003
 
This tutorial will cover the installation of DNS on a Windows 2003 system. By reading through this tutorial you will learn about caveats that need to be noted when installing one of the most important services on a Windows network.
Added: 06/16/2004, Hits: 724, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Instant Messaging: Does it have a Place in Business Networks?
 
Instant Messaging (IM) is wildly popular with home users, but in a business environment the ability to communicate with colleagues in real time can be either a benefit or a phenomenal time waster. This article looks at the pros and cons of allowing IM protocols on your business network, how to make IM more secure if you do allow it, and how to prevent users from using it altogether.
Added: 11/03/2004, Hits: 697, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Making Sense of Windows Routing Tables
 
Its amazing the way that time can go by. People tend to think of computers as being high tech, but the TCP/IP protocol has been around in one form or another for over three decades. As such, TCP/IP has had time to really mature and be made stable and reliable. When it comes to computers, nothing is foolproof though. When routing packets across a network, things do occasionally go wrong. In these situations, it is helpful to be familiar with the Windows routing tables. Routing tables dictate the flow of packets from the machine in question. In this article, I will show you how to view the Windows routing tables and how to make sense of the data that is contained within it.
Added: 12/09/2005, Hits: 844, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Making Your DNS Service Fault Tolerant
 
Most network administrators know that Active Directory is dependant on DNS. What you might not realize is that there is a good chance that your DNS server is performing several other critical tasks in the background. A DNS failure can be more catastrophic than most people realize. In this article I will explain why this is the case and how to avoid such a situation.
Added: 07/08/2005, Hits: 650, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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