On the popup menu click properties to display the Properties dialog box

In the Properties dialog box, modify the properties of the account as required Using the command line You can also use the dsmod command-line utility to modify the properties of one or more existing user accounts or computer accounts in Active Directory. The dsmod command supports a number of parameters, which allow you to modify any of the properties associated with the user account or the computer account. The properties associated with user accounts correspond to the various tabs on the...

Automatic Private IP Addressing

Windows Server 2003 supports a new mechanism for automatic address assignment of IP addresses for simple LAN-based network configurations called Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA). This mechanism is an extension of dynamic IP addressing and enables the configuration of IP addresses without using static IP address assignment or installing the DHCP Service. On a computer running Windows Server 2003 you must configure a network LAN adapter for TCP IP and click Obtain an IP Address...