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    Aaha! Yes, sorry, I forgot to say that the boxes...

    Aaha! Yes, sorry, I forgot to say that the boxes aren't AD integrated.

    For security reasons, they can't be on a domain.
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    Communications between Root CA and subs

    Hi All

    Maybe someone on here can answer a question that I can't find the answer to on TechNet (quell suprise!)

    On my company's wan is a Root CA (microsoft certificate services on Win2003 Ent). ...
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    I've had this before. In my case it was...

    I've had this before.

    In my case it was FasterFox prefetching stuff that caused it.

    I wonder if your proxy is doing something similar (if you're behind one)?

    Cheers

    Sean
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    Back|Track thirded!

    Back|Track thirded!
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    why not just prevent your child from using the...

    why not just prevent your child from using the phone by activating a PIN on your line to enable outgoing calls?
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    I agree. It's a handy little tool. I can...

    I agree. It's a handy little tool.

    I can confirm that it comes with XP Pro and XP Home Editions.

    If you get stuck on which option to use, I'd go for: -

    cipher /W:C:\ where C:\ is the...
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    hey I got just the same (same numbers, random...

    hey

    I got just the same (same numbers, random subject, 969 body) delivered to my btinternet.com email address (it uses yahoo's mailsystem) on Monday.

    I flagged it as spam in webmail, and...
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    good idea but a LOT of people block activeX...

    good idea but a LOT of people block activeX content nowadays, so you wouldn't get a MAC address back if that were the case.
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    In the case of cookies being cleared, there could...

    In the case of cookies being cleared, there could be a 2nd factor authentication process on the web server, say, having a button saying "Request new cookie", then asking for your first pet's and...
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    can't remember and can't be bothered to look this...

    can't remember and can't be bothered to look this time of night, but is there a QOS service installed on 2K, like the default for XP?

    if there is, try deinstalling that on both clients


    Sean
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    ok... inbuilt firewall blocking one of the...

    ok...


    inbuilt firewall blocking one of the M$ networking ports between IPs?

    or...


    is there a "client separation"=on setting on the router that's causing problems?
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    hey Check that you aren't using one...

    hey

    Check that you aren't using one straight-through cable and one crossover cable.

    I had exactly the same thing a year or so ago. Try replacing your cables with a new pair.

    Cheers

    Sean
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    Hi everyone To stay on the theme of this post,...

    Hi everyone

    To stay on the theme of this post, can anyone recommend any pre-training online reading material in order to prepare for CISSP training, or recommend any other online resources?

    I...
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    Hi there You haven't supplied many details,...

    Hi there

    You haven't supplied many details, but I would guess that your network is using a Windows 2000/2003 server domain. When you do "find computers", the PC sends out a "broadcast" packet to...
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