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    in reply to: Host Header Name Routing #361402

    Re: Host Header Routing

    just wanted to update this thread. This is the solution i’m going to try and implament

    http://www.iis.net/extensions/ApplicationRequestRouting

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    in reply to: Host Header Name Routing #361401

    Re: Host Header Routing

    There just seems like there is an easier way to do this rather then standing up a whole new ISA server. I have 5 Seperate IIS7 servers that I want to move behind 1 IP Address. There is no hardware solution for this?

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    in reply to: Host Header Name Routing #361400

    Re: Host Header Routing

    ok so does that mean no one is going to help me?

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    in reply to: Host Header Name Routing #361399

    Re: Host Header Name Routing

    thanks but i’ve been doing that for years now. I need to route traffic to multiple server not 1 IIS server hosting several sites. Anyone got any help out there?

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    in reply to: Group Policy Management Reset? #361398

    Re: Group Policy Management Reset?

    Is there a way i can get a list of all the current policies in place now?

    Also once I do set everything back to default does that mean any setting that have been configured before well be set back to default on the client end, or will they stay the current setting till I change the GPO’s again?

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    in reply to: Group Policy Management Reset? #361397

    Re: Group Policy Management Reset?

    The former admin was one of the people the recomended doing this to me. I can not contact him anymore. This network is not documented at all, and i’m trying to do this now. I was not going to reset the GPO’s but i’m running in to more and more troubles, and I was hopeing this could resolve them, and I could start from scratch.

    This is what I would like to todo.

    1.) Put all users/computers in there respective default folders.
    2.) Delete all OU’s
    3.) Reset all the policies to default
    4.) Re-define the policies as I see fit.

    Any insight on this would be great. I dont want to cause more trouble for myself but I would like to have things with some meaning, and uniformity to them.

    Thanks,

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    in reply to: Group Policy Management Reset? #361396

    Re: Group Policy Management Reset?

    I want to get rid of all these OU’s and start fresh. Here is what i’m looking at. Issues i’m having are logon scrips not running for users. Some computer have RDP disabled, some computers are forced to standard desktop, and worst part is their not sorted correctly in the OU’s them selfs.

    GPOs.jpg

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    in reply to: Group Policy Management Reset? #361395

    Re: Group Policy Management Reset?

    this will set everything back to the defaults. I’m doing this in a live domain so I need to be sure this is’nt going to mess anything else up.

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    in reply to: Subnetting #361394

    Re: Subnetting

    Migration went as smooth as it could have. Thanks for all the help!

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    in reply to: Subnetting #361393

    Re: Subnetting

    2 building connected with fiber. I went with joeqwerty said. you never know when business will pick up, and we’ll expand. Thanks for all the help! I would have not been able to complete the project with the confidance that I had with out the support, and information you all provided. Thanks!

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    in reply to: Subnetting #361392

    Re: Subnetting

    ok i ran a small test and the windows 2008 DHCP server was issuing ip address like 10.2.0.0 I didnt think you could use ‘0’ in the last octet

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    in reply to: Subnetting #361391

    Re: Subnetting

    well I was going to extend the 192.168.1.X range but it is causing issues with a VPN users, and their home networks being 192.1681.X.

    I like the idea of defineing devices by one of the ot’s

    This is what I have a set plan as of now

    Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0

    10.1.0.1 = Routers
    10.2.0.1 = Switches
    10.3.0.1 = Servers
    10.4.0.1 = Printers
    10.5.0.1 to 10.5.255.254 = DHCP

    Does anyone see any problems with this?

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    in reply to: Subnetting #361390

    Re: Subnetting

    So when im setting up my scope I can make me the subenet 255.255.0.0 and the range 10.0.0.1 – 10.0.10.254 with an exclusion 10.0.0.1 – 10.0.0.255 and nothing else needs to be done?

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    in reply to: RPC over HTTP I just dont get it… #361389

    Re: RPC over HTTP I just dont get it…

    this is the erro i’m getting now.

    outlookerror.jpg

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    in reply to: RPC over HTTP I just dont get it… #361388

    Re: RPC over HTTP I just dont get it…

    I did all that stuff, and I get this error…

    “There is a problem with the proxy server’s security certificate. The security certificate is not from a trusted certifying authority.

    Oulook is unable to connnect to the proxy server mydomain.com.
    (Error Code18).”

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    in reply to: Rejected mail by remote SMTP #361387

    Re: Rejected mail by remote SMTP

    I was getting your same error. A lot of e-mail servers have started rejecting emails if you have a generic pointer record.

    For example when somone dose a NSLOOKUP of your ipaddress it will return some junk instead of your domain name. you usally have to get this resolved via your ISP. Thell them you want your ipaddress to resolve to your companys website domain name.

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