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need some emergency consulting, windows 2003 server

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Hi, I am installing a new domain controller on my network and I am afraid I am in over my head.

I am currently looking for someone to remote into my server and help show me where i screwed it up.

I will paypal you for your time.

Thank you very much.

Chris G

Edited by cgilmo78, 09 March 2008 - 04:46 PM.

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Lets start a little slower here. First off, if this is a production server, you shouldn't let anyone into it from the outside. If its a domain controller, then this is especially true since that person would have full access to your entire domain.

I'm a network administrator in my 9-5 job, so lets start off with more information and Ill see if I can help you.

What are you trying to do, and what is it telling you?
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