Online Tools to Check MX Records
Two webpages offering online tools to look up
for a domain are listed below:
Check MX Records for Email Tool - Live2Support.com
MX Lookup - MXToolbox.com
Remote Web Workplace Users
A user in a domain with a Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003
domain controller told me that she could establish a
by entering her userid, password, and domain information, but then
when she opened her browser and pointed it to the SBS 2003 server
and tried to establish a "Remote Web Workplace" connection, her
userid and password wouldn't be accepted, though she was using
the same ones as for the VPN connection. She would see the error
The user name or password is incorrect. Verify that CAPS LOCK
is not on, and then retype the current user name and password.
If you receive this message again, contact your system
administrator to ensure that you have the correct permissions to
use the Remote Web Workplace.
In checking on the problem, I found her account was not a member
of the "Remote Web Workplace Users" group. The procedure for adding
an account to that group is listed below.
- Click on Start.
- Select Administrative Tools.
- Select Activer Directory Users and Computers.
- Under the domain name, select My Business, Users,
SBSUsers, and then the user's account or, under the domain name,
select Users and the user's account, if it is located there
- Right-click on the user's account and select Properties.
- Click on the Member Of tab.
- The user should already be a member of Domain Users. You need
to click on the Add button.
- In the "Enter the ojbect names to select" field, type Remote
- Click on the Check Names button. You should then see
"Remote Web Workplace Users" appear in the field underlined.
- Click on OK.
- Click on OK again to close the "Properties" window for the