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Q: Intranet Messaging

Hello all,
I have a home network setup,one pc is running win98 (server) the other is XP. To be able to send instant messages between the two pc s, I know on 98 I can install Netmeeting and on XP I
can run "config". Can someone just give me a quick walk through to set this up? Anything special that I might have to do? I have a DSL setup.
Thank You
Dan

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What can I use to send instant messages and email between users on a small network without breaking the bank? Most of the computers have Outlook installed but Exchange Server is probably beyond the budget. The network is under 10 computers so I don't need anything heavy duty. The server is running Win2k Server. The workstations are mixed Win2k NT and 98. Is there any way to at least send IMs with what we already have? Can Outlook be set up to do it without Exchange Server? Are there any packages out there that are more affordable for a small business?

Thank you
 

A:{Advice Offered} - Intranet messaging

Greetings

Well, M$ have a product for you called Small Business Server, which includes scaled down versions of Exchange, SQL and IIS for small businesses.

If you are looking for M$ alternatives, then there are many different products on the market and in the Shareware/Freeware/Adware domain. Here are a few places to look:

<LI> Tucows' Mail Server Programs
<LI> Winfiles' Mail Server Programs
As for instant messaging, you can use the Winpopup that comes with Win9x, which will be able to work with NT's messenger service. There are programs for NT like NETpopup, that puts a GUI onto the Net Send command (I am not endorsing this program, I am just showing it to you as an example).

There are more programs of the same type here:

<LI> Windows NT Misc. Communications Tools
<LI> Tucows' Chat - Messengers
Cheers

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Reuel Miller
Windows NT Moderator (yes, that does make me biased )

[email protected]

Website: www.xperts.co.za/multiboot

Every morning is the dawn of a new error...
 

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this might not be the right place.
i'm looking for an advice what SW / route to choose with a simple to use messaging system among 8 Windows 7 users on LAN (MAC server availale to run server based SW)

i don't really need intranet email complexity, just messaging system. maybe something web-based / forum like ? but a lot simpler ?

suggestions ?
 

A:Windows 7 intranet messaging / web forum system ?

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I have accidently turned off "Internet" and turn on "Intranet", how do I reverse this please. I want to
revert to "Internet" which is more secure apparently.

Help please....
RonBin79

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Have a look here RonBin79

How to Change Internet Explorer Settings From Intranet to Internet Security Settings on Windows 7 | eHow

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I have a small 5 pc intranet, and all can see the entire workgroup (called Heatherhouse) (they can also see the problem pc) but when I try to see the workgroup from the problem pc, I get
" Heatherhouse is not accessable. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permission.
The Network path was not found. "
The user (me) is a member of the admin group, but for the life of me, I can not find out where this problem is.
Your help would be appreciated.

Internet from Shaw network modem to Linksys wireless router. Hard wired from Linksys to DLink router, then hard wired from DLink to problem PC. Also useing same route to second PC that can see the workgroup.
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6300 @ 1.86GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 6
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3045 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) Q965/Q963 Express Chipset Family, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 305234 MB, Free - 197637 MB; E: Total - 305242 MB, Free - 297315 MB;
Motherboard: Intel Corporation, DQ965GF
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
 

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Greating,
I?d like to set my apache(+php+mysql) running on win7 OS, visible for other members of my lan/wifi group of computers (i.e. typing my IP or alias into browser manages showing my localhost).
But I haven?t been able to google step-by-step tutorial or manual anywhere.
On arch-linux I did it during few sec. so I suppose it isn?t so hard to do so in win7.

Thank you so much for any reply
Petr B.

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According to the link below port 80 which is the one that apache typically uses is being used by Windows 7 for something else. This link tells you how to fix the problem.

Apache on Windows 7 (WampServer Solution) | worth.Posting


This link seems to have a step by step set up for apache but port 80 was a problem.
http://devoracles.com/installing-apa...windows-7-beta

Another step by step for this, not sure if this works but it's all I could find.
http://www.webdevelopersnotes.com/ho...-windows-7.php

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Hi guys, I work in a large organisation.i am doing support.The problem that i am having is that on one of the users laptops the intranet only displays half a page.,but if i access other pages it works fine.Its only when i try and open the local intranet that this happens.Can anyone assist me,thanks.

A:Intranet problems

Any help with this please
guys. Am the support engineer for a big organisation (5000 users).Am in charge of the Exchange (Intranet) . I have been recieving complaints from some users that ther intranet mail wouldnt open completely but only half-way and remain like that. Others are working well but for some few, am having this problem.What could be the issue and what is the way out.
thanks

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i want to build a forum based intranet for my school hostel. i've downloaded smf already.
pls, i need help on the softwares i will need, the best server to use and also the hardware devices i'll need.
thanks, kay
 

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I can not consistently load pages using IE8 on my local intranet. I never receive a "page not found" error. You just get a "wait for..." message in the progress bar and nothing ever happens.

This only affects my PC. All other PCs in the network load the pages without issue.

I do develop web applications on this PC, so not sure it software or settings on my PC are preventing a consistent load.

Any help is appreciated.
 

A:IE and Intranet sites

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I'm on Windows XP SP3 and using IE 7.0.5730.13

I'm using our company intranet, which is wrote using classic ASP and javascript. The home page of the intranet has several Iframes that use javascript to refresh the content at set intervals.

The problem is after a while the intranet just dies. You cannot refresh, clear the cache, etc, or even close the tab and open another one to reload it. You have to restart IE and load the site again, which will then continue to work. There is no set time as to when this things dies. Sometimes it can happen in minutes, other times it can go for hours or it doesn't happen at all, it seems to be a random event. All the other pages are fine, it just seems to be the home page. I'm sure it could have something to do with the constant iframes reloads, but I've searched everywhere but cannot find anything.

If you do try and refresh the screen goes blank for ages before finally returning 'Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage', I then run the 'Diagnose Connection Problems' amd it reports no errors???

I've had this problem for a while and was wondering if anyone else has had the same thing and a possible solution.

A:Intranet dies after a while

There could be a resource leak somewhere on the homepage. Check resources for the instance of IE you are using in task manager, and see if it increases dramatically over time.

Also, are the IFRAME content pages "huge" or relatively small?

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i have just set up a windows nt 4.0 server for a proxy server, i am using a dial-up modem and have 2 there computer as clients. all 3 computers can see each other on the network as normal. when i connect to the internet, i can not see or access the other computers, like there not even on the network or the proxy server is not on the network???? i dont understand whats going on, pls can anyone help.
 

A:intranet vs internet

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I want to set up a Intranet Site here at work for employees to get info forms etc. What's the best way to go about it? Should I put it on our server, or set up a PC thats not being used and has win 2000 pro on it. Or should I set up a Linux box for this propose? Could I load Internet Information Services (IIS) on a Win 2000 pro box? How do you do it? What are the pit falls?
 

A:Setting up a Intranet?

Ideally you would want to have the web server on a computer that is standalone like your main server, however, depending on the number of users you could cause your server to slow down. There are no serious dangers if you isolate your intranet from the internet. I'd run IIS on your server if your server can handle it otherwise I'd take that Win2k pro computer and install Linux with Apache on it.

Joe
 

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I have a LAN with XP on all the computers and would like setup INTRANET Services.

How can I do this? I need HELP!

A:Intranet Service Using Win-XP

You'll have install IIS on your host computer
http://www.webwizguide.com/kb/asp_tutorials/installing_iis_winXP_pro.asp

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I want to use this bookig system application on my LAN network. It is an Internet Browser (No add-ins) application. When I go to it it just says cannot display the page. When I diagnosed it, it said could not connect to Intranet. What is Intranet. I looked on wikipedia and I now think it is a local area internet. Do I have to install IIS or something else to get Intranet connection.
 

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I am designing a user-friendly interface for staff to access the server where our main directory of operational manuals and folders of documents are stored. We call it the 'Z-Drive'. The server is NT4.0 and staff workstations are XP. Currently staff gain access to the Z-Drive by using Windows Explorer.

This is actualy quite a cumbersome method of navigating as you need to click into folders inside folders inside folders to get to the desired document. Also some of the less experienced staff are accidentally dragging and dropping folders into other folders and causing a right mess of things.

To remedy these issues and to make the whole Z-Drive much more user-friendly, I am designing an html page that has links to all the folders on the Z-Drive so that staff can get to these folders with a single click. This would also allow staff to understand the structure better as an overview of the entire system can be viewed on one html page. I will set the 'Home page' of Internet Explorer to this HTML page so that when ever staff open IE they have the entire 'Z Drive' there in front of them on one page.

I am wanting to know if there are any security issue that I could be concerned about. For instance, would this in any way make the server more open and vunerable to attack form the Internet? Can the vunerabilities of IE be exploited in anyway to gain direct access to the Z-Drive by doing this? Is this method more vunerable than the current arrangement of using the sta... Read more

A:Intranet security with IE

Considering this is purely a client-side web page with links to the directories on the server, I can't see any way this would cause security problems... but considering the users can change the directory structure on the server, I would also suggest looking into locking down the server a little - how much access do the users actually need? Do they need to be able to overwrite the files on the drive or are they just for reading only (you said it stores manuals, so the thought comes to mind you could just have the share set to read only)

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User can browse external sites, but not internal.. unless I use an IP addresses.

User gets in via VPN
Reregistered the vbscript and jscript dllís
can ping DNS and home page
provider order is correct
No ip addresses set up in IP configuration in the network control panel
Domain suffixs are correct.
 

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all i want to know is how can i build an intranet ?
is there any site that provides info about that issue?
 

A:how to build up an intranet?

ANISPINGO
There are many sites that approach that issue. If you go to http://www.google.com and type in (how to build an intranet)
You can bury yourself for hours with info and suggestions.
Here are some of the links.
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-1996/jw-12-blundon_p.html
http://www.quintino.com/consult/webdocs/intran3.html
http://www.blueice.co.uk/intranets/watneed.html
http://www.zdnet.com/pccomp/oc/projects/0198covr/0198covr.html
Happy reading.
Dave
 

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Ok, I've added my site to the HOSTS file. I can see the homepage, but when I click on the links, they are broken. All of the pages are in the C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder, but only the homepage works. Any suggestions ? Thanks !
 

A:Intranet Site

i think C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder is the place on IIS where all the files of the website r places.

i think u have to make aliases so that it does not point to that place......by the way have u started the server?
 

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what is intranet setting in IE for,
and
turned it on or off?

A:IE, intranet setting on/off?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by fluidmotion


what is intranet setting in IE for,
and
turned it on or off?


I don't think there is a "turn off" option. The "Intranet" refers to other computers on your LAN and as such they are deemed more trustworthy than sites not on your LAN. But if these other computers are not running web or ftp servers then the IE Intranet settings won't have any affect on anything.

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Hey Guys,

I'm pretty new in the web development and looking for a free way or an easy way of creating a calendar where users in a small company will be able to share important dates. I'll be hosting the site on a small server and about 30 people will be viewing the calendar. What's the best way of creating a calendar to fit into an HTML and Flash page? This calendar will have dates, memos, and maybe tasks. Thank for the help. By the way - the webpage is an active desktop page. Thanks.

tekk
 

A:Intranet Calendar

Go to www.asp101.com they have a free one. THe web server of course has to support APS and and Access database.
 

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I have an intranet site with about 250 pages in all. Does anyone know the easiest way of creating a site map from this? Otherwise, creating the HTML by hand with links to each page is going to take a l-o-n-g time...
 

A:Intranet site map?

Most really good HTML editors have this feature built in. Visio also does this sort of thing. I do not know of any good free editors that will do this however.
 

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I was wondering if there is a way to set up MS IIS to allow there to be a website and a intranet site on the same server.

I ask this because I now have two servers running. One for the intranet and one for the website. I want people from the outside to be able to access the website, but not the intranet and people from the inside able to access both.

Someone please help me out here as I am not to familiar with MS IIS.

Thank you
 

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I have had a very strange problem.
All the computers in my network are using Windows XP Prof (o/s).
1. If I powered on all computers or one client with server,and connect it to internet, then the internet and intranet both working ok.
2. If I powered on all computers or one client with server, and disconnect it to internet, then the clients can connect to intranet, but the server could not see the intranet itself.
3. If I only power on the server, the internet still working, but the intranet dose not working.
This problem started since I removed a spyware (new.net).
Any help will thanks in advance

Trevor

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Are you using static ip address or dhcp on these machines to get an ip address? What firewall are you using? Explain the setup

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Hi folks,

I'd like to set up an intranet in our office. I'll have an xp box as the server running apache with php and mysql installed. There will be a database with sensitive data so I want to make sure it is secure.

Can anyone point me to a tutorial on how to secure my intranet server? I'm very new at this.

Perhaps I should add a few more details. This will be used to run a php app with access to a mysql database. It will be tiny, just the server and about 4-5 clients.

And I should also add, I don't know how to setup an intranet, much less a secure one.

Thanks.
 

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We have a novell intranet with 12 stations. One of the stations have an internet connection. How can I ensure that the internet connection can not possibly corrupt our intranet system? I have Norton Firewall and anti-virus installed and I have removed the ICS connection from this computer.

Thanks in advance.

Doreen
 

A:Intranet vs Internet

What do you mean by corrupt? With any connection to the internet the possibility of being hacked and contracting a virus exists regardless of what protective software you are running. If you are attentive and keep your antivirus and firewall current you lessen the odds, but by its nature the internet is unsecure.
 

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Hi,

I have five computers networked in my home. I have used Zone Alarm in the past. However, I uninstalled it when it was blocking intranet. I think that I better add it back on to all the computers. I know I read somewhere at TSG that you need to do something to a port in order for it to allow computers to see other computers via intranet. I searched TSG but couldn't seem to find what I needed.

Could someone please let me know if how to do this and instructions on what to do to the port, how to find the port, etc.

Thanks in advance!!!
 

A:Intranet and Firewall

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Is it possible for me to be hosting an Intranet for 2 employees through my PC while still surfing the net and doing other things ? I am having a problem publishing my Frontpage site to the IIS which is on the same machine. Do I need to set up a static IP or should I just put everything on a seperate PC and save myself a head ache !!! ???
 

A:Intranet, Frontpage, IIS 5.0

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So, I am looking to get ahold of an intranet messenger-like program for use in a commercial business setting. Ideally, I am looking for free (or cheap) options, but I understand that you get what you pay for. I downloaded LAN Messenger from SourceForge and I really like it, but I had some pretty big issues with it. So, let me explain some criteria and maybe someone knows of a program that meets those needs. Throw some suggestions at me!

- HIPAA-compliant security.
-- This is a medical facility and we are bound by HIPAA to safeguard PHI.

- Able to run simultaneous instances.
-- LAN Messenger is nice because it pulls Window account name, but can only be run on one user at at time. This is very inconvenient for the way we conduct our business. Multiple people may use the same computer throughout the day and have tasks running that they may need to return to, which makes logging off that user account cumbersome.

- Ideally, server-based and/or administrator access.
-- I need to be able to establish user groups, in the contact list, that are populated on all users connected. Our employees need to be able to easily see who is in what department. I also need a level of control over users, such as chat monitoring and enabling/disabling accounts. I would like to be able to ensure the program is being used for work-related purposes and that information discussed is compliant with both HIPAA and our company policies.

- A polished UI, or the ability to create themes.
-- I have found a... Read more

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I have an Intranet Server with a static IP. How do I give it a name (www.mycompany.net) without having to pay $$ for it ?
 

A:Intranet Server

A little more information is required. Do you intend to make this server visible on the Internet, or just on your local network? If it's just on your local network, you can use the machine name, or almost anything you would like put into the HOSTS file for that IP address. For instance, I have VNC running on my STANDBY machine, i just use http://STANDBY:5801 to access it with IE. Obviously, you don't have to specify the port for a web server running on port 80, the default.
 

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Hi,
I need some of the user to access the particular Intranet Sites. Other Intranet Site they should not accessible. Any registry and GPO setting to acheive this ?

Regards, Hari Prasad.D

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hello everyone,
I would like to know how to set up an intranet webpage. For example when you go to a hotel and it automaticaly re-directs you to their wepage.

My old laptop (see spects) will be retired this year and would want to use it as a server. it already has iis 7 installed, but how would i go about acomplishing this?

It would be ideal if i could have mac filtering so that all the "recognized pcs" at my house can avoid the intranet webpage, while other(public) pcs cant.

The public pcs would stil have internet acces, but will go to the "inranet" page first.
So any ideas?

A:intranet webpage ;)

hello ionbasa,
from browser you can set the default of the web
How to Create a Home or Office Intranet! | eHow.com this the simple using IIS

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I am running Windows 95 on about 80 PCs, on most systems all I have to do is type "intranet" and our home page pops up with the exception of a couple of PCs. What could be causing the couple of PCs to not respond the way the others do? "Page cannot be found" is the error I get. Please help!
 

A:Accessing Intranet

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i have just set up a windows nt 4.0 server for a proxy server, i am using a dial-up modem and have 2 there computer as clients. all 3 computers can see each other on the network as normal. when i connect to the internet, i can not see or access the other computers, like there not even on the network or the proxy server is not on the network???? i dont understand whats going on, pls can anyone help.
 

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I have Win2k Server, IIS 5, Front Page Extensions 2002 on the Intranet server. I cannot view the page from within the network. I did not buy the domain so I am going around to every PC and putting the IP address in the HOSTS file. I can see everything through FTP but I cannot seem to view the site like a normal website. (www.intranetsite.com) Any suggestions ?
 

A:Intranet Server

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Hi Im creating an intranet, and have setup the site in IIS6, but I can only get to it by typing .//IP/filename.

Ive been advised I need to setup mapping in DNS, but Ive not done this before, anyone able to help?

Thank you
 

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I'm looking into different security options to secure a site that has a 3 IIS servers.

Currently, there are 3 IIS servers: each one has a web app that ties into other servers in the network.
right now, we're using a sub-domain that points to one of the IIS servers. when you go to this subdomain, you will be prompted to login (i used IIS Basic Authentication for this)
Once you login, you will get to a "gateway" page that will allow to click on a link for whatever app you want to use. the gateway page resides on one of the IIS servers. the authentication only protects the documents on that particular server. How can I make it so that this will also protect the other IIS servers on the same domain?
i can clarify anything thats not clear. i appreciate any suggestions.

we're not quite ready to do SSL and we don't have an Active Directory Server to use Digest Authentication.
 

A:Intranet Security

Only have one gateway for all of the applications that you are running. You can also password each application (might become an admin nightmare) prior to anyone accessing it. Session variables can ensure they stay connected and authenticated while they are using it. These do tend to hit performance when there are many users. I was going to suggest SSL ,but you beat me to it. There could also be some other type of encryption that could secure the transmissions if they are that critical.
 

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I can access internet sites but can't get the default intranet company web page. It was working fine and then suddenly the intranet stopped working... getting "page not found."
I am on Windows Small Business Server 2003. I checked and unchecked the internet connection settings hoping something would work and nothing has helped. Only one workstation can access intranet, the other 3 can't.
 

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I need to monitor activities in another office within the building where I work. We have 6 offices throughout the building. Each office has its own computer. All six computers are networked together in a Client/Server configuration using TCP/IP. I would like to be able to monitor the activities in the one office from any of the other 5 offices. I thought a web cam (Logitech QuickCam Fusion) would be ideal for this, but I don't particularly want to do it over the internet if I can do it within the intranet. Can I do this? How?

Logie
 

A:Using Webcam with intranet (not internet)

hi there, check it out
http://www.crazypixels.com/camlan-feature.htm

you could try their trial and see how it works
http://www.crazypixels.com/camlan-share.htm
 

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I want to refresh Intranet page on Internet Explorer every 5 sec Automatically.. What can I do?

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Hi,
I'm doing voluenteer work in a school maintaining their network. They currently have 6 internet email accounts assigned to office staff members. I'd like to setup an intranet email server for them and give each teacher an account allowing the office staff to take advantage of email communication to the teachers and other staff. I would requre a total of about 30 accounts. Maybe if the software supports it, I would try to make them all internet accounts.

Obviously, cost is an issue here. I'm sure I can squeeze something out of them for software, but it aint gonna be in the hundreds of $$. So are there any reccommondations on email servers that might fit this bill?

Its a peer to peer network of approx 50 computers. Mostly XP Pro, some 98.

Thanks,
Steve
 

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Well, the title says it all. I am looking for a way to set up a Windows 7 Professional kiosk on an intranet in a small company. I require a way to set up a computer to run ONLY Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Also, I would like to have this computer automatically log in to a predetermined, non-admin account that I can bypass as an admin.
Currently, I have a Windows 7 computer with a touchscreen. All the computers at the small company are connected via intranet. The company needs a computer for multiple people to have access to the product and customer information on an Excel spreadsheet.
I have googled with no success. Well, actually, I did find things, But, nothing told me how I would be able to log in as the administrator to, say, perform maintenence on it. All I found was how to have a forced log in and automatically start Excel. But, they all seemed for a "Stand-alone" computer, which I believe does NOT include intranet computers.

Bottom line, I need a kiosk for Excel and an automatic login that I can bypass, as needed, as an admin.
If you have any questions, I will try my best to answer them.
Thank-you
 

A:Windows 7 Pro Intranet Kiosk

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Hi,

I have created a very simple small Intranet at work using powerpoint and hyperlinks to various folders, websites etc..

Now i want to put a search facility on the Intranet. At the moment i am using freeware called Soft perfect network search.

And whilst it does appear to work ok, it is necessary to load it onto every terminal (i think).

Maybe someone who knows more about this subject can advise please?

Many thanks

Geoff

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Under Internet Options > Security > Local Intranet I have the IP 215.65.51.17 in there. I don't remember adding it, nor see why I would since my machine alone is my local intranet. Here is the whois information from arin.net/whois

I do run apache/mysql ( usually offline when I do ) on my machine if that helps.

OrgName: DoD Network Information Center
OrgID: DNIC
Address: 7990 Science Applications Ct
Address: M/S CV 50
City: Vienna
StateProv: VA
PostalCode: 22183-7000
Country: US

NetRange: 215.0.0.0 - 215.255.255.255
CIDR: 215.0.0.0/8
NetName: DDN-NIC16
NetHandle: NET-215-0-0-0-1
Parent:
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: AAA-VIENNA.NIPR.MIL
NameServer: AAA-KELLY.NIPR.MIL
NameServer: AAA-WHEELER.NIPR.MIL
NameServer: AAA-VAIHINGEN.NIPR.MIL
Comment: DoD Network Information Center
Comment: 7990 Boeing Court M/S CV-50
Comment: Vienna, VA 22183 US
RegDate: 1998-06-05
Updated: 1998-06-09

TechHandle: MIL-HSTMST-ARIN
TechName: Network DoD
TechPhone: +1-703-676-1051
TechEmail: [email protected]

OrgTechHandle: MIL-HSTMST-ARIN
OrgTechName: Network DoD
OrgTechPhone: +1-703-676-1051
OrgTechEmail: [email protected]
 

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I have a user who uses AOL as his preferred ISP. We have our Intranet setup so that people can just type the URL in their web browser to access it regardless of who they're connecting to the Internet with (Mindspring, Earthlink, AOL, etc.). They just type http://intraneturl.com (not the actual URL, of course) and press Enter to go there. When he tries to go to it he gets an HTTP Error 401.2 telling him the credentials passed to the server don't match the one's required to log onto the server. He has rights and permissions as necessary. I'm wondering if it isn't crappy AOL that's causing the problem. Any help would be great. Thx.
 

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We operate an intranet hosted on an internal server. I've created a link on the intranet page pointing to an Excel file also hosted on the server but in a different directory.

The problem is that when a user accesses the file using the link, ammends the file and saves it again, the file is saved, by default, to a locaton on the user's machine rather than back to the original location on the server, hence the link on the intranet page only ever shows the original file.

I know you can change the file path in the 'save as...' dialogue window, but for a lot of our user's this is a complicated process. I'd really appreciate anyone telling me how I can set it so that the file saves back to it's original location on the server by default.

I manage the intranet page using Dreamweaver MX.

Thanks in advance...
 

A:Shared Intranet File

sparky_ said:


We operate an intranet hosted on an internal server. I've created a link on the intranet page pointing to an Excel file also hosted on the server but in a different directory.

The problem is that when a user accesses the file using the link, ammends the file and saves it again, the file is saved, by default, to a locaton on the user's machine rather than back to the original location on the server, hence the link on the intranet page only ever shows the original file.

I know you can change the file path in the 'save as...' dialogue window, but for a lot of our user's this is a complicated process. I'd really appreciate anyone telling me how I can set it so that the file saves back to it's original location on the server by default.

I manage the intranet page using Dreamweaver MX.

Thanks in advance...Click to expand...

Maybe they'll have to write the file path down.
A little training could go a long way.

I work in a similar environment, College. We always have to direct the path to our home drives as MS always wants to save to "C" by default. Therefore, I have a feeling that what you want to do can't be done easily, and/or cheaply, if at all. I know that more than one student has complained as they lose their work if not saved properly since they do not have permissions to write to the "C" drive.
 

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I want to refresh Intranet page on Internet Explorer every 5 sec.. What can I do?

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