Today our VPN stopped accepting connections, the clients are returning error 807. There is nothing in the logs on the server that pertain to VPN failing, or that clients have even attempted to connect today. Any ideas on how to resolve this? If you need more information, please let me know. The server is running Windows SBS 2011 Essentials, though all other issues I’ve had with the server have been able to be fixed using [...]Continue Reading »
I have a folder in a shared network path which I want used as a template — It contains many subfolders with naming conventions. This folder is meant for users to copy, and then rename their newly created copy. What I do not want is a user renaming my template folder. Thus, I want to deny the permission to rename the folder. It was my understanding that to deny renaming you simply had to deny [...]Continue Reading »
Our company has SBS 2011 and the “Computers” gadget in Remote Web Access has suddenly stopped working. The below error appears in place of the list of computers: “There was a problem loading a gadget. Contact the person who manages your server.” There hasn’t been any recent changes to the server that I know of. Also, when I go to SBS standard console and go to properties of a user to view the list of [...]Continue Reading »
We have a network exposed externally through a static IP address. Our main SBS 2011 server hosts the remote/mail website (remote.company.net), while another IIS server on the network hosts our clients website (clients.company.net). However, I can’t make client.company.net http requests to bounce from the SBS to the other IIS, where that website is actually hosted. Could you please help me set this up? Thanks Asked by Emged Check out Application Request Routing… it is the [...]Continue Reading »
I would like to disable folder redirection for a user in SBS 2011, but I also want to have desktop and all other folders moved back to client machine. The problem is when I disable folder redirection and restart the machine I see clear destop on the on the client machine desktop. When I login to server as this user, the desktop is fully loaded on the server as I expect it to load on [...]Continue Reading »
We have a SBS 2011 server with 16GB memory that runs Exchange, WSUS and File Sharing for approx 20 users. The server also gives 2GB memory to a virtual machine running in Hyper-V so 14GB left for the rest. When the server first boots Store.exe consumes about 500MB memory, WSUS and IIS consume some as well, but we generally are only at 60% capacity. During the course of the working day Store.exe consumes 8GB memory [...]Continue Reading »
When I add new mailbox to Exchange 2010 (SBS 2011), for some reason default folders are in localized language, instead of English. Funny thing is that when we add mailboxes by adding a new user, folders are in English as they should be. How to get default folders in English (in the first place), and how to rename or update these current folders? Is there a catch to do this from EMS? Thanks Asked by [...]Continue Reading »
Where can I add and configure a login script for each user in SBS 2011? For example, I to map a drive for a user-specific folder. I do not want to use folder redirection. Asked by John That’s massively unsustainable. Ideally, you should use folder redirection. Why aren’t you? If you must use a script, You should craft a single script that uses variables and a sane folder structure on the share. For example, if [...]Continue Reading »
I am using SBS 2011 with Exchange 2010. On each client machine there is Mozilla Thunderbird installed with IMAP mailboxes to 192.168.2.1 server IP. I have started service Microsoft Exchange IMAP4, but it seems that I cannot access mailbox from Thunderbird Here are the settings in Thunderbird: Server Name: 192.168.2.1 Port: 143 Username: DOMAIN\username Connection security: STARTTLS Authentication method: Normal password What am I doing wrong? Asked by John You’ll have to enable IMAPS on [...]Continue Reading »
I run my own consulting software shop, and I’m currently running SBS 2008 Premium. I’m not utilizing the second server at the moment, but when I finally get to SBS 2011 Premium I’d like to. The server is already maxed at 4GB of ram, and I have six drives, one for the C: and the rest are part of a RAID 5 which is where all user data is stored (Sql dbs, Exchange data, file [...]Continue Reading »
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