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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    PS - I'll have to double check on the local Admin thing. I've been doing a lot of stuff with Windows sever and I could have mistakenly not have given local admin rights to the user I created. I'll double check tomorrow. You have me wondering now. lol
    Quick question, is the 20196 Server running as a VM on the the Windows 10 Pro? If it is then that could be the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Quick question, is the 20196 Server running as a VM on the the Windows 10 Pro? If it is then that could be the problem.
    I'm running 3 VM machines. 1 Windows 2019 Server and 2 Windows 10 Pro.

    I wonder if there's a way to to grant level up rights for a local Admin. There's probably is.

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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quick update: Slim was correct. When a user is assigned Local Admin Rights they can install software and perform other rights.

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    Billy you pushed forward many of us including me to refresh or learn something new network-wise. Honestly me being copier engineer with modest overall networking skills following your thread with great interest and read many new(or forgotten ) stuff. Thank You for that!
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Billy you pushed forward many of us including me to refresh or learn something new network-wise. Honestly me being copier engineer with modest overall networking skills following your thread with great interest and read many new(or forgotten ) stuff. Thank You for that!

    My dear ol" Dad always used to say that there are 2 things required for learning: 1.) desire + 2.) time. If you have the desire and enough time, you can learn anything.

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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Billy you pushed forward many of us including me to refresh or learn something new network-wise. Honestly me being copier engineer with modest overall networking skills following your thread with great interest and read many new(or forgotten ) stuff. Thank You for that!
    This thread has been the can of compressed air to my cobwebs and dust bunnies, no doubt!
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Quick update: Slim was correct. When a user is assigned Local Admin Rights they can install software and perform other rights.
    Here's the mistake I made when assigning local admin rights. I hope that I can explain it. Here goes nothing....

    When you assign Admin Rights, they are attached to a computer. Or multiple computers if you desire. This is done by the computer name being attached to a user. The mistake I made was I logged in using a local admin account on a computer that was already assigned to someone else. The solution was I added that computer to the appropriate group. Something like that.

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    Just a quick note and I'll stop beating folks over the head with this stuff. The name of the game in Windows Server is "groups." Groups, groups, groups. Even if it's only a single user in a department...set him up in a group. If not you'll regret it later if someone else is hired for that department.

    Also, file sharing is taken to a whole new level in Windows Server. It'll blow you're mind.

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    Does anyone have any experience with "Folder Redirect"? Basically what it does is this: If a copier scans to a shared folder in the server, that shared folder can be set to redirect the document to other shared folders on other PC's.

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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    My dear ol" Dad always used to say that there are 2 things required for learning: 1.) desire + 2.) time. If you have the desire and enough time, you can learn anything.
    Dads always know better

    Some good network info here:
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