Catastrophic failure recovery
We have a server running SBS 2003 on which the hard disc failed
Re-built the complete server overnight, re-installed 2003 and all computer
and user accounts.
Used the same domain and server names as previously used, but now clients
cannot see or log onto the domain.
What must I do to rectify this disastrous situation?
- Re: Reset User Password SBS 2003
... The User Accounts are not held on the client PC's themselves. ... As I said before the Server works well, it hots a database as well as our ... A Microsoft Registered Partner ... I don't think the Exchange OWA method will work, ...
- Re: SBS 2000 install problems (need to reinstall from scratch)
... I am NOT wanting to keep all of Active Directory. ... corrupt the new install. ... have any problem with recreating the user accounts at this point. ... >> I am familiar with the Active Directory replication from one server to ...
- Save Password setting not retained in outlk2003 on a Computer That Is Not in a Domain
... THE COMPUTER IS NOT IN THE SAME DOMAIN WITH THE EXCHANGE SERVER. ... WHEN I LOGIN OUTLOOK, I AM PROMPTED FOR MY USER NAME AND PASSWORD. ... click User Accounts under Pick a category to open ... Open the Stored User Names and Passwords dialog box; ...
- Priv1.EDB to PST
... Branda wrote: ... I had a dead SBS 2003 server. ... Is there anyway I can restore to the new setup? ... Right click each mailbox and reconnect to user accounts. ...
- Re: TS 2003 and SBS 2003: user accounts and profiles
... The load on the DC will probably change as the months go by. ... >to put the existing user accounts into a local group on the TS ... >Where you install the TS Licensing Server is up to you. ... >Use roaming TS profiles, located on a network share, not local ...