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Practicing Share Point 2003 on XP Pro Laptop

Q: Practicing Share Point 2003 on XP Pro Laptop

I am using a training package from Mindleaders to learn how to setup and run Share Point 2003. I'd like to setup share point on my XP Pro machine if that is possible. I tried to setup share point on a Server 2003 partition, but it just didn't work.

Do I have any alternatives? Is there a Share Point site that can be accessed for practice purposes? I'm open to suggestions. HELP!!

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Preferred Solution: Practicing Share Point 2003 on XP Pro Laptop

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Establish a new intranet using Share Point Server 2003 ???

Hi!

We need to establish a new intranet for one of our customers using Share Point Server 2003.
We are looking for exemplary intranet sites where we can see what are the main areas that
are commonly covered by “todays” intranets to have an idea what is the typical content
in nowadays big intranets.
Links would by appreciated.

Thank you

gicio
 

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our group uses 2003 share point, i recently have upgraded from 2003 office to 2007 office

i find that synchrniztion feature is not there in 2007, i downloaded in installed add-in 2007 synchroniztion but i am still not getting option of "synchronize with Sharepoint" when i right click on table..

Does this even suppose to work? if yes could someone tell me solution or workaround please..
 

A:Synchronize 2003 Share point and 2007 Office

Is your copy of Office 2007 fully updated? Are you running XP or Vista?
 

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our group uses 2003 share point, i recently have upgraded from 2003 office to 2007 office

i find that synchrniztion feature is not there in 2007, i downloaded in installed add-in 2007 synchroniztion but i am still not getting option of "synchronize with Sharepoint" when i right click on table..

Does this even suppose to work? if yes could someone tell me solution or workaround please..
 

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Good Afternoon,

I am active duty in the USAF and my squadron has recently stated pushing us to use Microsoft SharePoint more and more. This may be an AF wide trend, not sure; the point is I have no idea what SharePoint is, what it does, how it works, or what capabilities and advantages it might bring to me and my co-workers. I was looking for someone who might be able to answer these questions, and might also be able to discuss some of the disadvantages of SharePoint. Also, are there other programs similar to SharePoint that can do the same things, or possibly have even greater capabilities. Thank you very much for you time and help.
 

A:Share point

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Good Afternoon,

I am active duty in the USAF and my squadron has recently stated pushing us to use Microsoft SharePoint more and more. This may be an AF wide trend, not sure; the point is I have no idea what SharePoint is, what it does, how it works, or what capabilities and advantages it might bring to me and my co-workers. I was looking for someone who might be able to answer these questions, and might also be able to discuss some of the disadvantages of SharePoint. Also, are there other programs similar to SharePoint that can do the same things, or possibly have even greater capabilities. Thank you very much for you time and help.
 

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When I try to add users to a SharePoint site I receive the following message:

"Cannot add user because a user with that name already exists."

Some additional information:

1. I am one of the administrators of the site (there is one other administrator).
2. We both receive the same error when trying to add users.
3. We are using SharePoint 3.0
4. Under the "Manage Users" page the people we are trying add do not show up as users.

Thanks.
 

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Hello.

A sbscription has been created for a report. When selecting "Manage subscription" option from the down arrow, the page doesn't load. The only way is to delete and recreate it. It runs fine, then when you want to manage it again, the page doesn't load or it takes a very long time to load (if at all).

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
 

A:Managing Subscription in Share point

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as anybody willing to work with me on deleting my Microsoft share point it wont delete from my computer and shuts my computer down every time i try to delete it and then it says groove is in use.. i just want to delete the program to get a better version AND USE MICROSOFT!!!!!

A:Remove Microsoft Share Point

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

Have you tried this: Uninstall SharePoint Server 2010

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Two of the current Computer Repair Business books that I found so far on Amazon say that you can make your money back and then some while practicing computer repair by buying used or broken systems from $20 to $40 and fixing them up and reselling them. They say get a valid COA, motherboard without bad capacitors, stay away from custom power supplies, enough memory to run the OS (Windows XP minimum).

Is this realistic? Can I find these at Goodwill, Recycling Centers, and on Craigslist. I live in a very rural area. Can I build these systems using eBay parts? Can you get cheap COAs on eBay?
 

A:Practicing Computer Repair

An average used Windows XP in working order barely sells for more the $100 these days around here, most home users are preferring Windows 7 systems as XP is starting to show its age and so would many systems from 5 years ago and older. If you spend $40 on the systems and then have to add replacement parts or buy legitimate COA's for the systems then you won't make any money and you may loose money. This might be an okay way to practice but you also have to be sure that the systems don't keep coming back or break soon after being sold.
 

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Hey everyone.

I have windows 10 with 2016 office. i have share point that i pull my files from and since my upgrade to win 10, any time i try to open a file it opens as read only which is incredibly frustrating given how many times i open files through the day. I have looked around and havnt found anything that has worked for me yet.

PLEASE HELP!

thanks
 

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I'm completely clueless on how to do anything involving audio other than listening to those annoying noises Windows makes when it boots up!

I want to make an audio CD of myself practicing a speech. I have a mic that I can plug into a USB port, and it shows up as a potential recording device when I right click on the speaker icon and choose recording devices. I've used the mic successfully when I've skyped, so I know it works.

But I have no idea what software I need, in order to set up the mic on my desk, plug it in, and use Windows 7 Home Premium on my HP computer (which has a CD/DVD burner), to record myself talking into the mic.

As near as I can tell, Windows Media Player allows me to play and burn stuff already on my hard drive, but not to record it to the hard drive from an exterior source like the mic.

Eventually, if I can store the recording on my hard drive somewhere, I also plan to burn it to an audio CD so I can take the CD elsewhere.

Any and all help gratefully appreciated!

And thanks in advance, and happy holidays!

Tom
 

A:How to make an audio CD of myself practicing a speech

I don't have the time to create detailed instructions for you right now, but you can try the following:

Download and install Audacity (one of many free audio recording programs).

Record your voice and find the file the audio is saved to.

Play back the file by double-clicking it.

If successful, you just need to burn that file to a CD/DVD.
 

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Hi Team,
I need help on the installation of SharePoint server 2010 Enterprise version in Window 7 64 bit Os 
Need urgently 
I am facing the issue while installation the prerequisites for the Share point in window 7 
I have the Window 7 Pro with 64 bit 
Please let me know if any information is required .

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hi all
first i am sorry i am so much biggenr in the networking issues
anyways

i have an access point device , and i have windows 7 on my computer , can i share my files through my the wireless so i can access to them by using another computer having a wireless adapter ?

if yes so how can i do that

i hope someone helps me

thank you
 

A:can i use an ACCESS POINT device to share my files through a network ?

If you have computers on the same local area network (LAN) they can communicate with each other. If you connect the computers to the ACCESS POINT device (I assume this is a wireless access point, or WAP) the computers can file share.

Short description for Windows 7 and 8 file and printer sharing:

Go into the Network and Sharing Center from the Control Panel or from the Network icon in the Notification Area. Your network must be designated 'Private' (or 'Home' or 'Work'). Click on Change advanced sharing settings. In the Private or Home or Work section you can configure File and printer sharing, Public folder sharing, and Password protected sharing.

You may want to change the Workgroup name. To check it or change it right click on "Computer" and select "Properties."

You must uninstall or properly configure any non-windows firewall (security suite).
 

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I have a power point presentation in 2003. I want to convert it to power point 2010. What do I need to do?

Thanks.
 

A:Solved: 2003 power point to 2010 power point

Open the Powerpoint 2003 file with Powerpoint 2010 and save as a Powerpoint 2010 file.
 

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hi I want to 
1. get all the promoted links closer to each other with no whitespace space.
2. I want to remove the green colour when you mouse over 
2. remove the "see all"
3. Leave no space on the right of the promoted links- white space again

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Hello:
I am trying to help somebody but I don't know much about Powerpoint, so I am hoping that the good people here might be able to. So here is the situation.

This is a mobile home park were they continuosly transmit a PP presentation of classifieds/events/etc thru their cable system already setup.
They have a second computer so that they can show a single slide of "WORK IN PROGRESS" while they edit/add to the contents of the main PP presentation on the first computer, all is done thru an A/B switch.
When done with the editing they switch back to the main presentation & the cycle repeats everyday.

I believe that it can all be done with 1 PC but don't know how to. I know how to open two instances of PP on a PC but don't know how to proceed to show the single file (Work in Progress) and work on the main file. I have been able to almost do it on my dual monitor setup by telling PP to run the single file in one monitor and show the presentation on the other to be able to edit. But as soon as I click on the one that I want to edit the other stops.

Can you guys share some insight into this???

THANK YOU
Maco

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I made a watermark for all my slides via the Master Slide option but I didn't want the first slide to have the watermark (since that slide is the watermark in the subsequent slides). How do I remove the watermark from slide 1?
 

A:Solved: MS P/Point 2003

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I have a laptop with Vista Premium Home Edition MS OS,and I was reluctant to install and Run Windows Power Point Office 2000 Pro edition,because I was not sure it could work.
Therefore I have downlaoded and Installed the " PPV 2003" which works fine on my system, so that I can open and run PPS,PPT docs.
The only problem I face is that once a PPS doc comes in with my e-mail I cannot open and run it untill I save it on my hard disk.
Whereas on the full version it used to open from the attachment entry.
Is there a way to overcome this handycap,or is it due to limited functions of this program.
Can any one help me please???
 

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I have the XP operating system, Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business and Microsoft Office Power Point Viewer 2003. I downloaded the XP SP2 and cannot open Power Point Slideshows. I get the message "This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Folder Options control panel." I am a big coward when making changes to my computer as something always goes awry. There has got to be a setting that is wrong. Folder Options in the control panel is Greek to me. Can someone help? Thanks!
 

A:Power Point Slideshow 2003

Right click the .pps file - open with - Powerpoint - check always
 

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Hey, I use Power Point 2003 on my computer to build weekly Song Services for Worship at church. I have saved all the songs we use as separate presentations in a folder called "Song Library." When I build a song service for a given Sunday, I insert files from the Song Library but when I go to insert another song it jumps back to "My Documents." I need to change the default folder but don't know how to do that. I'd like to be able to have it go right to the "Song Library" folder to insert the song presentations I need. I hope this makes sense. If anyone can help me I would appreciate it. It certainly would cut down on the time it takes each week to make a presentation. Thanks in advance.

Bob
 

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How can I add a connection point in Publisher 2003? If I create a flow chart with connectors (lines that snap to connection points) I often want to have the connector snap to an additional connection point. Please note that Microsoft may refer to these points as connection sites. In any case, these connection points are "smart" dots to which the lines connect. When the connection is made, the dot turns red. Otherwise, the dot is green.

One of my figures has a connection point in the center line of the side of a rectangle. There need to be two additional connection points such that one is at 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 of the length of the side.

If you can help me, it would be very much appreciated.
 

A:Connection Point in Publisher 2003

Since I've stumped the group, maybe someone can recommend a site that my be more appropriate for this question. Back in the old days, we could post in the usenet groups, but unfortunately those are no longer available.

Thanks!
 

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I need help configuring the settings for a shared calendar in Outlook 2003.

When I schedule a meeting, I want all the members on the emailing list to automatically accept the meeting into their own calendar. Right now each recipient still has to manually accept the meeting, and that's no good.

Any help?
 

A:MS Outlook 2003: How can I share a calendar?

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Hey! Can any one help to share internet from server 2003
 

A:share internet from server 2003

welome to TSG
please do not add a question to someone else's existing question.
I have moved you question into networking - to a thread of its own
 

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For some unknown reason after Power Point 2003 was installed (all default locations) on a brand new Dell 5150. we save our projects as a .ppt the ppt file association is not connected to PP2003, I do the find the file PP2003 is not in the list so I browse for it, I find everything but PP2003. Where is it?
 

A:Power Point 2003 file association

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Windows XP SP1

My hard drive failed, so I'm starting with a clean
system.

I own Office XP SBE [ word, outlook, excel, publisher ] & PPT 2000.
I also own Word 2002 upgrade.

I need Publisher. Would I be better off purchasing &
installing Office 2003 Pro, or purchasing & installing
PowerPoint 2003?

I do not have access to PPT [ Office XP version ]
locally. I need to complete the installation this
weekend.

Thanks for your advice.
 

A:power point 2003 compatibility with office xp

My experience suggests its best to have all applications of the same version, so Office 2003 pro would be the way to go.

If its not too late, you could try to get OEM version with the hard drive as the qualifying "hardware".

OEM is significantly cheaper.
 

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After upgrading from office 2000 to office 2003, we cannot edit the existing orgchart that used to work with office 2000. I already installed the orgchart 2.0 plug-in but still doesn't work. System is Dell D600 laptop with XP
 

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Is there a way to set up powerpoint 2003 to show one slide at a time through a projector while seeing more than one slide on my laptop screen. It's much easier to follow with a presenter if I can see the upcoming slides.

Also is there a way to have a blank page show up on the projector while I set up the powerpoint on the laptop?

If my questions aren't clear I'll try to explain better... thanks for the help
 

A:Power point 2003 slideshow question

I don't really think so, unless the laptop you are talking about is not the one doing the presenting. I think, but am only about 95% sure, that all the projector does is project a literal representation of what is on the laptop's screen.

I'll see if I can find out more info.

v
 

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For some reason, I am unable to install Power Point Viewer 2007 or 2003. I have tried from CNET File Hippo, and Download.com I think they are installing, I reboot and it is not there. And I cannot play any power point that is sent to me in my emails. I went to regedit and did not see Power Point viewer in there. I am just acquainted with the registry. This is a new computer, too, and did not come with Power Point,. I even installed Open Office and could not get it (power point) to play. Think will try installing my trusty Microsoft Office Professional 97. Used it for ten years and has worked with every other OSI ?have had,.

My OS is: Operating System System Model
Windows Vista Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 2 (build 6002)
Install Language: English (United States)
System Locale: English (United States) Hewlett-Packard HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC 1
System Serial Number: CND9311HFJ
Enclosure Type: Notebook
Processor a Main Circuit Board b
2.20 gigahertz AMD Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core
256 kilobyte primary memory cache
2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache
64-bit ready
Multi-core (2 total)
Not hyper-threaded Board: Compal 30FC 01.99
Serial Number: CND9311HFJ
Bus Clock: 200 megahertz
BIOS: Hewlett-Packard F.48 06/17/2009
Drives Memory Modules c,d
500.10 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
432.74 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space

HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT20L ATA Device [CD-ROM drive]

WDC WD5000BEVT-60ZAT1 [Hard drive] (500.11 GB) -- drive 0, s/n WD-WXE0... Read more

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Hi.

I have just installed a legitimate version of Office 2003 student & teacher edition on my computer.
The computer has two users set up.

Installed is XP Home edition service pack 2

Word works fine for one user, but the other user cannot see the insertion point when typing!!
Once the enter key is pressed the cursor disappears. If l select backspace key the cursor appears again!!

Any help please??

A:Office 2003 Word Insertion Point

Hi all.

Sorted thanks.

Control panel -> Keyboard options and set cursor rate. Someone had been playing
Many thanks

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When last using windows Vista, using powerpoint, I closed program without saving and since then have not been able to use powerpoint. Comes up " The document........ppt' caused a serious error the last time it was opened. Would you like to continue opening it?. Yes. Microsoft has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly ????????? Can anybody help me to get pp back to normal. Thanks
 

A:Microsoft Office Power Point 2003

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Power Point Viewer 2003 is installed on my computer. However it does not show up on the list of programs when I attempt to uninstall it in Control Panel.Any suggestions?(Moderator edit: thread moved to more appropriate forum. jgw)

A:How do I uninstall Power Point Viewer 2003

Try reinstalling it and then uninstalling it.Also, you may want to give one of the freeware uninstallers a try: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic3616.html

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An excel file is stored on a server and is used by sevral users simultaneously.
Users found that the file they using is not synchronized SOMETIMES.
i.e. user A add a record and then save, user who viewing the same file at same time save the file and find nothing is added!

Have you met the same problem before?
Are there any patch for Excel 2003?
PLEASE HELP ME~~~
THANKS~!
 

A:Excel 2003 Share Workbook problem

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Hello there,
I am having a problem sharing a calender in outlook 2003, there is no option in the navagation pane, when I right click on the calender the option for sharing is greyed out. The email account is on exchange 2003 and the machine is part of the domain. Any suggestions?
 

A:Unable to share calender in Outlook 2003

Something is wrong with your permissions on that mailbox. Does the calendar function correctly (i.e. are you able to set appointments)?
 

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I have a computer running Windows Server 2003 that i would like to connect to my computer running Windows 7 ultimate. i have done everything it says to in the videos and tutorials but i cannot get the server to connect to the internet. i can connect to it via remote desktop but it cannot connect to the internet nor can any other computers on my network see the server only the Windows 7 PC that the server is connected to. Please Help!!!

FYI - I have the win server 2003 connected to the Win 7 computer via Ethernet and i set up saring on the win 7 computer but it still cannot connect to the internet.

A:How can i share the wifi on my Win 7 computer with a server 2003?

Have you tried Bridging the connections?

It works for me, my Windows 7 getting internet wirelessly from router, my pc is ethernet connected to the Windows 7 and i bridge the two connection and works. If you Windows 7 is LAN connected to you router/modem tri bridging the two LAN connections as i don't have two LANs to test sorry.

Btw, you won't need ICS in this case.

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Hi all,

My os: windows 7, asus laptop

I have a laptop that was connected to a shared drive on a server 2003 box. Not using AD, just workgroups.

I have a user account setup on the server, and as I said, it was connected fine and worked for many months.

Now the connects was lost, so I tried to reset it up, i get "invalid password" from the server. I tried several other user accounts on the server and it will not connect.

The password is correct, and the username is correct. I can see the server when I go to map the drive, it prompts for username and pw, then says pw is incorrect.

I tried it form the cmd prompt using net use, same pw error: error 86.

I tried connecting to a share on a vista box, that worked.

I tried using a cable instead of the wireless, same error.

We have a network of about 15 pc's, all connected the same way, some laptops, some desktops - network is fine.

Rebooted everything, same problem.

What could be wrong?

A:Cannot connet to server 2003 share; used to work

error 86 implies mismatch in the security policy settings.
check secpol.msc on both systems - drill down to security options - network security: lan manager authentication level.

i personally use 'send ntlm v2 response only, refuse lm & ntlm' which is the most secure.
you're free to use what you want to use - just make sure it's common across all systems.

ps: if you use the same username and password on server 2003 and your system, your drive mapping will stick through reboots...

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We've got a web app that accesses a simple network share, this worked perfectly under W2K server but after installing W2003 server we can't write to the share (reading is fine), no error is generated that I can find. Has anyone seen this type of thing before? I scoured IIS settings (everyone can modify the share) permissions and the owner of the process that's trying to write (it's admin).. this one has stumped me. Thanks!
[email protected]
 

A:Windows 2003 can't access network share

dave314159 said:

We've got a web app that accesses a simple network share, this worked perfectly under W2K server but after installing W2003 server we can't write to the share (reading is fine), no error is generated that I can find. Has anyone seen this type of thing before? I scoured IIS settings (everyone can modify the share) permissions and the owner of the process that's trying to write (it's admin).. this one has stumped me. Thanks!
[email protected]Click to expand...

How do you know you can't write to it? Any errors or warnings at all?
 

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When I start Microsoft Outlook 2003, I get an error as follows:

The procedure entry point SHGetFolderPathAndSubDirW could not be located in the dynamic link library SHELL32.dll.

First of all, what is the SHELL32.dll? Is it a bonafide Windows component or a Trojan. My Google searches on this error have resulted in about a 50/50 division between good and bad.

Second, how can I resolve the error?
 

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Hello all,

Over the weekend it seems that one of my Windows 7 computers here where I work lost connectivity with our file server.

Workstation:
Windows 7 Home Premium
Pentium Dual Core
3GB RAM

Server:
Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard x64
Intel Core 2 Duo
8GB RAM

It never had issues connecting with the share before now. Now every time I try to connect it to the share, it tells me that the password for the account is invalid. As the account for the workstation had no encrypted or protected files on the server, I just went and reset the password to make sure it hadnt gotten changed some how. This however did not fix the issue. The computer is able to access the internet and see that the server indeed exists on the network, but for what ever reason is not able to access the share any longer.

Any ideas?

A:Issue Accessing Share On Windows Server 2003 R2 x64

Really? No one has any clues at all?

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Hi Guys,

I have setup a small network using windows 2003 server. My interent provider is bellsouth. I have the server connected to linksys router which then connects to Netopia modem. What do I have to do so that I can access the internet from the client machines. I googled a lot and found 2 things that I can use ICS or NAT. I cannot use ICS because I'm using domain controllers, DHCP etc. and I tried using NAT but still the client machines could not access the web.Also I started having problems with users loggin in. I'm going crazy, please someone point me in the right direction.

Thanks
 

A:Share Internet Connection Using Windows 2003 Server

Why not allow the router to handle the DHCP server function and just put the server on the network as a fixed IP address? I've configured several networks that way, works just fine.
 

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Good afternoon to all,

I have a 2003 server with Point Server ( a Calyx Point program) I have not used it since 2008. My server was programmed with myname.local and it was used to connect my office computers. Today I need to connect remotely. I purchased a godaddy domain (similar to the one used before) but I need to program the CNAMES in order for the server to allow my calyx program connection. I can not find how to do it.
Can someone please help me.

Thanks
 

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Hi All Windows Expert,

I have a Windows Server 2003, Win7Pro desktop A (User: John) and Win7Pro desktop B (User: Mary). 2003 sharing to Everyone has no problem. But I am stuck in this situation. I want John can Read & Write all files in 2003 folder (C:/testing) , Mary can only Read it.
They are in the same workgroup, Win Svr 2003 already added John & Mary user account, they have same password. In the folder(C:/testing) sharing setting & security setting, I have set John to Full Control, removed Everyone on both settings. But I still get this message when I click on the folder in desktop A (John) - Windows cannot access , You do not have permission to access.
Did I miss something? If I can't solve this, I can't move on Mary side.

I would be grateful if someone can provide any suggestion,
Thanks,

A:How to share folder (Win Server 2003) to specific people (Win7)?

You have Server 2003, but do you have a Domain ?? Let's start there since that's the easiest way to get the granularity you want.

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My System OS IS Windows XP SP2
doesn't remember network share passwords of Windows 2003 OS

A:Windows XP SP2 doesn't remember network share passwords of 2003 os

By Windows 2003 OS do you mean Windows Server 2003? You didn't mention if you are on a Domain, or just Workgroup? Try these tips: How To Manage Stored User Names and Passwords on a Computer That Is Not in a Domain in Windows XP

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firstly about two years ago i was making a game when suddenly my computer slowed down to the point where it took 15 mins to load a working version of windows. about half a year ago my dad got it to work faster after a bout 3 installs after that i estabalished a network with my new PC then the old one stopted working. so i resorted to my dad's other pc(i couldn't get the file transfer on that one either). a few days ago i got my old pc to work properly but now i am having trouble getting a file share on Windows and even Ubuntu but so far i would just like to know how to fix this probvlem on Windows.
 

A:it works, it breaks then works to the point where i can't share files

Really need more information to be able to help.
What is the make/model and operating system of each computer?
How are they connected?
Do the compuiters show in each other's Network display?
Can the computers ping each other by IP Address and Computer Name?

This is a general trouble shooting guide for simple problems.

Each computer must have a Unique Name.
Each computer must have at least one user account with a password. Vista will not share with computers that do not.
All the computers must have the same Work Group Name.
File Sharing must be turned on for each computer.
Firewalls must be configured to allow sharing.
To Turn on File Sharing.
For the XP computers go to Control Panel, Network Setup wizard.
Click next.
Click next.
If you are running wireless, the ethernet card will be listed. If connected by ethernet and you have a wireless card it will be listed.
For right now, just select "Ignore the listed connections".
Click next.
Select "This computer connects to the internet by a residential gateway".
Click next.
Enter the Work Group name.
Click next.
Select "Turn on File and printer Sharing"
Click next.
Verify all the information is correct.
Click next.
I would select "Just finish the wizard" and not make a disc. It take about the same amount of time to run the disc as to manually enter the data.
Click next.
Click finish.

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We upgraded our File Server Domain Controller from Windows 2000 Server to Server 2003.
Share access used to be really quick.
Now there are a couple of seconds between access to shares.
If you are moving a few levels throughout shares, this becomes problematic.
Does anyone know of any documents that explain the exact process the OS goes through to access a share?
Could it be the new security settings that Windows 2003 employs add a few seconds of overhead to accessing that share?
 

A:Upgrade from Win2K to Windows 2003 Server-share access slow

http://techrepublic.com.com/

May want to try this site out. I use them all the time, you may need to do a free registration.

Great forums.

Good luck and let me know if it helped you out.
 

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Interested to know if anyone is downloading live (delayed) shares rices from ASX and if so how.
Thanks

Pedro
 

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