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Tue, Jul 25, 2006 7:35 pm

Who Is Linking to My Site?

If you want to find what links to your site exist on the web, some search engines provide a linkdomain operator. For instance, if I wanted to find links to support.moonpoint.com , I could search using linkdomain:support.moonpoint.com to find out who else is linking to my site.

Linkdomain Operator Supported

MSN Search
AltaVista
AlltheWeb

Linkdomain Operator Not Supported

Google
AOL Search
Ask.com
Gigablast
LookSmart

With MSN Search you can also use "links to", e.g. links to support.moonpoint.com. See Search Builder and advanced search options for other MSN Search operators.

Google does not provide a linkdomain operator, but I could search on " support.moonpoint.com" to find pages that contain pages that contain the "support.moonpoint.com", though that will find only instances where the website name appears on a page, not instances where a link points to the site.

References:

  1. Who is linking to my website?
    By Raghavendra Prabhu, a developer in Microsoft on the MSN/Windows Live Search backend team

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Tue, Jul 25, 2006 12:12 pm

Account Acces Via Remote Web Workplace

If you try to log into a system in a domain remotely using Remote Web Workplace, but get a message that "The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively", the following steps can be taken at the domain controller to resolve the problem and provide remote access to the system for a domain account.

  1. Open "Server Management" by clicking on Start, All Programs, Administrative Tools, then Server Management.
  2. Click on Client Computers.
  3. Select the computer for which the user needs remote access by right-clicking on it then selecting Manage Computer.
  4. Double-click on Local Users and Groups.
  5. Click on Groups.
  6. Double-click on Remote Desktop Users in the right pane.
  7. Click on the Add button to add a new user to the Remote Desktop Users group.
  8. In the "Enter the object names to select" field, place the user's domain account. Put the domain name followed by a "\" and then the account name. E.g. Acme\jdoe. Or you can use the form jdoe@acme.com.
  9. Click on Check Names to verify the account.
  10. Click on OK.
  11. Click on OK again to close the "Remote Desktop Users Properties" window.
  12. Close the Computer Management window.

Or you can resolve the problem by logging into the computer for which the user needs access and then taking the following steps, if that system is a Windows XP Professional system.

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click on All Programs.
  3. Click on Control Panel.
  4. Click on Performance and Maintenance, if the system is set for "category view". If it is set for "classic view", go to the next step.
  5. Click on Administrative Tools.
  6. Click on Computer Management.
  7. Click on Groups.
  8. Double-click on Remote Desktop Users in the right pane.
  9. Click on the Add button to add a new user to the Remote Desktop Users group.
  10. In the "Enter the object names to select" field, place the user's domain account. Put the domain name followed by a "\" and then the account name. E.g. Acme\jdoe. Or you can use the form jdoe@acme.com.
  11. Click on Check Names to verify the account.
  12. Click on OK.
  13. Click on OK again to close the "Remote Desktop Users Properties" window.
  14. Close the Computer Management window.

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