DarrenCarr

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About DarrenCarr

  • Birthday 03/24/1981
  1. We have a problem with a user authenticating to an ISA server from a users machine. We use user domain authentication to authenticate to the ISA server. For one user however it will not accept the password for the user. It would appear that IE is attempting to authenticate using the machine as opposed to the user as when we type the users password it authenticates to the server. We have tried clearing the cache, resetting the password, etc, etc but this does not work? Very frustrating! any ideas?
  2. Guys, We recently had a problem with a users cached profile which meant we had to delete the cached user (backing up the cached profiles beforehand) from the local machine. The user has since logged onto the machine again and a new profile has been created in c"\Documents and Settings\%username% Sadly, with the new profile the users custom toolbars and preferences within MS Office have been lost. Is there anyway we can restore this from the old profile? Thanks
  3. Do you have any incorrect drive mappings to shares that no longer exist?
  4. Guys, Does anyone know of or has used scripting to delete objects out of 2003specifically from DNS, DHCP and AD? I ideally I would like to specify a computer object ie PCxxx and then the script go through DNS, DHCP and Computers (objects within AD) and remove the item rather than delete the entry for the object from each service (DNS, DHCP) Thanks
  5. Hi guys, When you obtain a certificate for a user from a third party service provider where on the machine does the certificate get stored? I know you can access the certificates from within IE and are able to export them which is great. I just have an issue where an application is attempting to 'renew' a certificate for a user but is unable to locate it on the machine. Other users do not have this problem. I am sure they are likely encrypted somewhere within the machine for obvious reasons. Thanks for your help, Darren