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  1. Hi Guys, I am new here please need serious suggestion. I need Windows Server (latest version would be preferable). I took advice from few friends they told me to download it in ISO format and install it according to your need. I have read this article about the downloading Windows Server 19 in ISO file. I need suggestions that shall i follow this article and download it after purchasing the full version from official authors (as told in the article). Thanks in advance Regards Tina.
  2. So I am currently using windows server 2008 r (32 bit) and i am wanting to upgrade to Server 2012. There are 2 problems with this 1. you cannot upgrade from 32 bit to 64 bit and 2. I am having to use the same computer for the server. I came up with an Idea and i was wanting to know if anyone thinks this would work. So I have both win server 2008 and 2008 r2 and I was wondering if I did a clean install of win server 2008 to 2008 r2 if i could load all of my informatinon onto the r2 through one of my routine backups that i have. Then I should be able to run the regular upgrade to 2012. Let me know your thoughts please! P.s. I have been an IT person for 3 months now so my knowledge is very slim.
  3. Good day guys, Our uncle let us fix their HR System (Human Resource System), and we gathered these problems: (The problems to be presented must be only fixed by automation(computer program)) They have a very old hardware (since 1999) for the system, the Server is running Windows NT 4.0 Server and to be able to access it they have a client, Windows NT running in a virtual machine, with HOST OS of windows 98 (since 1999). They have a very old printer (since 1999) attached to the client computer. The model/brand is Kyo Cera. The printer has a parallel connector. Well, our real problems are: 1.1 Does Windows NT 4.0 compatible to newer computer builds, so we can just install the OS in there? 1.2 If not, what causes it? Is there a limitation for the OS to be installed? 1.3 Is the printer compatible to newer computer builds together with the client OS? 1.4 For illustration purposes of our propose solution: We may assume that: we now bought: -new computer with windows 7 OS -new printer(usb) Is it possible to have/ run properly and smoothly a Windows NT 4.0(client) in a virtual machine like "Virtual Box" with a HOST OS of windows 7? 1.4.1 Can the virtual OS access the windows NT 4.0 Server and read/write data to it? Can the virtual OS access the new printer and be able to print? . *we can't find many information regarding this topic many don't exist/deleted. THANKS for the HELP :D
  4. Hello. I'm new in this forum and I'm Portuguese, so maybe my English isn't the most correct. I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and I've a problem with some AD users in Windows 7, that some times cannot change folders name, move or delete some folder/files because those are in use by other program. This users have their documents sync with the server to a directory with the name of the user and full control in their folder. When they report the problem, I go to the server - Share and storage management - manage sessions and close the session or session of the user in the server. By doing this action, the user can do what he want to do. I'm looking for a way to prevent this from happening or a explanation or cause that justifies this behavior of windows. Thank you for helping!
  5. I am stuck in the fax account setup in Windows Fax and Scan. Can anyone tell me how to set up a fax server in Win7, please?
  6. Hello! So, i'm having a laboration in my Computer Basics class right now and I have some MAJOR problems with the permissions for this. I could use some help ASAP! I have already failed once with this and I'm having a go at it tomorrow again, so any help would be appreciated. So this is what I have to do: "All files created in this directory should only be accessible by the user who created the file, and no one else. A user who creates a file must get full permissions for that file, but no other users should be able to even read it. For directories, only the user who created it should have access to it. All other users should be denied to even list the contents of that directory. Hint: Use the Creator/Owner placeholder" There is also another problem with this one. Because I have given a certain group (all personnel) FULL CONTROL over the whole directory, but the users (except for one) can't see the directory at all. I have now removed the directory and created it again in an attempt to start from the beginning. Any help would be neccessary and I'd appreciate any answers at all. Thank you for your time! Kind regards Karl Edenstål
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