Category: Windows Server 2003

How do I configure FTP in IIS?

One of the most common, and simplest way to upload information to your server is through FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This allows a user to connect to a specific location on the server without having full access to the server. FTP users can be created with read and/or write access. FTP users can be configured […]

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How do I create a new website on my Windows server?

The following article explains how to create a new website on your Windows server in IIS. IIS (Internet Information Services) controls the configuration of each website on the server. There are two types of websites that can be configured, IP based sites and Name based sites*. To create a new site in IIS, please follow […]

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Windows Server 2003 DNS Server Setup

About DNS (Domain Name System). This tutorial documents the steps needed to create an internal DNS Server that will allow you to use “friendly” names within your LAN (Local Area Network) or provide a platform for Host Headers to be used within your IIS (Internet Information Services) configuration. To find out more about DNS, visit […]

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Creating the first Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller in a domain

When I was first starting to mess with servers, I dived into Windows Server 2000 and 2003. While reading books about Server 2003 I encountered this website that helped me setup my very first DC at home 🙂 years ago I recommend this site for techs that want to start familiarizing themselves with Servers […]

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Not enough server storage

Error messages: Not enough server storage is available to process this command. Not enough memory to complete transaction. Close some applications and retry. These error messages on a computer, which we will call computer A, can indicate the IRPStackSize bug on the other machine, the server that has the share, which we will call computer […]

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