• December 29, 2005 29 Dec'05

    How to handle Exchange Server Event ID 13003

    When a user's login name is different from the mailbox alias, Exchange Server may throw Event ID 13003 when that user attempts to log on to an Exchange 5.5 or 2000 server. Here are three options for troubleshooting this authentication problem.  Continue Reading

  • December 29, 2005 29 Dec'05

    Where can I get WIndows 2003 upgrade information?

    What are the specific scenarios to test when migrating from Windows NT to Windows 2003 Active Directory?Where can I get a sample comprehensive Test Plan and case scenarios?  Continue Reading

  • December 28, 2005 28 Dec'05

    Tips for securing iPods in the enterprise

    Despite the dangers iPods pose to the corporate network, your users may have a legitimate business reason for using them. If you can't ban them outright, here's how you can minimize their risk.  Continue Reading

  • December 27, 2005 27 Dec'05

    Windows hardware trends for 2006

    Here's what analysts have to say about how virtualization technologies, dual-core chips and blade servers will impact Windows shops in 2006.  Continue Reading

  • December 27, 2005 27 Dec'05

    Help with installing SP1 on a server

    We have a network of 12 PCs (XP Pro and W2k Pro) and we have a single server running 2003 SBS premium edition. I recently installed Service Pack 1 on the server and since then neither of our workstations can ping the server. Can you help?  Continue Reading

  • December 27, 2005 27 Dec'05

    How to view Outlook Web Access message headers

    Troubleshooting e-mail problems usually requires the ability to read message headers. Unfortunately, Outlook Web Access doesn't provide this functionality by default. Luckily, there is a freeware extension available that solves this issue.  Continue Reading

  • December 27, 2005 27 Dec'05

    Getting inside DNS

    With the emergence of Active Directory, having a properly deployed DNS is a must to keep your network running correctly (or at all). Expert Laura E. Hunter breaks down the mechanics of DNS and explains how DNS clients and servers work together to ...  Continue Reading