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  1. Been a while since I've been here and have an issue with getting 4.0 to W3K. I know, why didn't you do it years ago? 'cause I couldn't.... The scenario: Current situation is NT 4.0 domain on a DNS structure that disallows replication of DNS data to a new DNS server. The new environment will have DNS under W3K. I cannot upgrade a PDC on a different server because when I do, the server gives me a BSOD and have not been able to find a fix for it. MS has many suggestions.... but no answers. My real question is, will the following scenario succeed in getting a DC online with the NT 4.0 SIDs and computer accounts intact? Redisign: Bring up a W3K DC with AD on the new network with DNS Bring up an NT4 pdc on the new network, previously a bdc on the old network Set the DNS resolution on the pdc to the new dns server (static settings for the nt pdc for DNS, IP, etc.) Set the trusts and accesses recommended by Petrie between the nt and the new AD domain Migrate the user/computer account using ADMT Probably I need to add more info I haven't provided, but would this work theoretically?
  2. Yes, I did Google it and I trust Sophos evaluation. Do what you will.
  3. Sorry about the double post: This is the file in your hijackthis list related to my last post: O23 - Service: NOD32 Kernel Service (NOD32krn) - Eset - C:Program FilesEsetnod32krn.exe
  4. Have you run SpyBot and/or Lavasoft's AdAware? Got this hit from here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/startups/NetMeter.exe-3644.html Will check some of the other entries..... Edit: This don't look so good: http://www.sophos.com/security/analyses/w32rbotaao.html I think you have a worm, which may be causing your shutdown issue.
  5. Never heard of that one... Not good to run without an anti-virus software.... Go here, download and run hijackthis then cut and paste the results in a post here. If you need help, let us know.
  6. You may want to consider having your cousin running Spybot, Lavasofts' Adaware, and Awido. All of which are free. I've found that there is no software program that cleans everything...
  7. Try going into safemode and running the hive cleanup. Edit: What anti-virus are you running?
  8. Hope this helps. Haven't been around TM for a bit. I haven't used ICS in a while, but the "host" system acts like a gateway (router, sort of). My concern is most proprietary software is very specific in the way it sends information based on the software writers impression of the networking enviroment the program is expected to work within .
  9. Give this a try: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=1B286E6D-8912-4E18-B570-42470E2F3582&displaylang=en
  10. "The onboard NIC is not in use. The PCI card is assigned to 192.168.0.45. The device extender I need to hook up has an assigned address of .17. Would it be at all possible to make a crossover cable, plug the device extender into that unused NIC, and have the whole mess actually function. My main worry is configuration of that NIC and whether or not the rest of the network will be able to see that .17 address." You would need to use ICS and bridge the two nics, as suggested by rushonbye. The onboard nic would need an ip address assigned as well. As long as the ip addresses are static and there are no conflicts, there should be no problem with use of the .17 address. Theoretically, it may work. However, your computer will act as a "gateway" to the extender so alot of it depends on the software that needs to access the "extender". The extra hop to the extender would be my only concern, based upon using proprietary software. If the software expects the extender to be on the same LAN (not needing to go through a gateway), then it may not find the extender. It can't hurt to try, so long as any data being sent to the extender will not be lost if the connection cannot be found. This link may help with ICS setup: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309642
  11. Me too.... Major issues with the changeover up here in Maine...... My speed is still running just about 1000 Kbps... Will address this down the road when things settle down..............Missin' Adelphia...... Never thought I'd ever write those words.......
  12. I suppose you could try bourbon, too..... One for me, one for the monitor, two for me..... :haha: I would think isopropyl or denatured would do the same. Wouldn't recommend it on an lcd monitor, though. I'd stick with a mild soap and water solution on a cotton cloth.
  13. Never dealt with TigerDirect but from what I've heard, they are pretty reasonable. Someone else may better answer this, though. Good luck!
  14. I'd suggest if you use windex, spray it on the cloth, not the monitor, whatever type of monitor you have......
  15. Here is a link what Soyo has to say on the PS required: http://www.soyousa.com/kb/kbdesc.php?id=39 Hope it helps!
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