Joining a Domain

Discussion in 'MCSA' started by PogingBaste, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. PogingBaste

    PogingBaste Guest

    When I started my current job as a Network Systems Specialist a year ago,
    I've found that our workstations are not in the domain. I keep telling my
    Network Manager to join the workstations to the domain but he always turned
    down me idea. We're using 2003 Servers for all our files, applications, DNS,
    etc.

    By the way, he's a Novell guy who don't even know how to install/update
    drivers and application in Windows 2003 Terminal Server. He asked me to
    install IE6 SP2 because he tried a couple of times and failed, he's trying to
    install it without executing the "change user /install" to bring the terminal
    server into install mode.

    What you geeks think about this!
    --
    PogingBaste
    A+, NET+, MCP, MCDST
     
    PogingBaste, Oct 22, 2006
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  2. PogingBaste

    AJR Guest

    What's to "think" about? Evidently he still is the Network Manager!!

    "PogingBaste" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > When I started my current job as a Network Systems Specialist a year ago,
    > I've found that our workstations are not in the domain. I keep telling my
    > Network Manager to join the workstations to the domain but he always
    > turned
    > down me idea. We're using 2003 Servers for all our files, applications,
    > DNS,
    > etc.
    >
    > By the way, he's a Novell guy who don't even know how to install/update
    > drivers and application in Windows 2003 Terminal Server. He asked me to
    > install IE6 SP2 because he tried a couple of times and failed, he's trying
    > to
    > install it without executing the "change user /install" to bring the
    > terminal
    > server into install mode.
    >
    > What you geeks think about this!
    > --
    > PogingBaste
    > A+, NET+, MCP, MCDST
     
    AJR, Oct 23, 2006
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  3. PogingBaste

    IT Geek Guest

    Sounds like you will need to look for a new job. Because of the fact he is a
    Novel guy.
    They say the hardest thing to open is a closed mind. Good luck and
    hopefully he will come around and let you do what you were trained to do
    which is, administer, implement, and manage the network.

    "AJR" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > What's to "think" about? Evidently he still is the Network Manager!!
    >
    > "PogingBaste" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> When I started my current job as a Network Systems Specialist a year ago,
    >> I've found that our workstations are not in the domain. I keep telling my
    >> Network Manager to join the workstations to the domain but he always
    >> turned
    >> down me idea. We're using 2003 Servers for all our files, applications,
    >> DNS,
    >> etc.
    >>
    >> By the way, he's a Novell guy who don't even know how to install/update
    >> drivers and application in Windows 2003 Terminal Server. He asked me to
    >> install IE6 SP2 because he tried a couple of times and failed, he's
    >> trying to
    >> install it without executing the "change user /install" to bring the
    >> terminal
    >> server into install mode.
    >>
    >> What you geeks think about this!
    >> --
    >> PogingBaste
    >> A+, NET+, MCP, MCDST

    >
    >
     
    IT Geek, Oct 24, 2006
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