• Determining free disk space on Windows NT

    Here is an external procedure that will discover the amount of free space on a given disk drive. This example is just to get you going. We won't try to explain all the details at this point. This example was designed for Windows NT 4.0, but the idea can be applied to any operating system that meets...

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  • Windows NTBackup restore troubleshooting tips

    Organizations that use Windows NTBackup discover all too often they can't restore their backups. You'll learn how to avoid problems with NTBackup restores in this tip.

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  • Moving users/folders from three NT domains to one Win2k domain

    I want to move users and their folders (including their rights to the folders) from three NT domains to a new Win2000 domain. Is there any software that will do this easily? And if so, what is the name of the software?

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  • ASP Web site with Access database works on NT but not on Win2k

    I need a little help trying to get my database (MS Access) connection working. I am migrating a Web site with ASP functionality from a Windows NT server to Windows 2000. The application works fine on NT, but I'm getting an error that points to a line of code saying: (there is no specific error...

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  • Using DOS extenders on NT-kernel-based OSes

    Is there any way to let those applications written with watcom C++ and using DOS extenders, like dos4gw.exe, to work on NT-kernel-based OSes like NT, Win2k and XP?

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  • Advice on upgrading a NT4 PDC server to a Win2k server

    I need to upgrade my Windows NT 4.0 PDC server to a Windows 2000 server, so I can set up another Win2k server as a BDC. I have two other NT 4.0 servers that also act as BDCs. My question is twofold: Should I upgrade the PDC to Win2k server, or do a fresh install? (A fresh install would be a huge...

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  • Win2k Migration: Getting the biggest bang for your buck

    Windows 2000 is the answer to many NT shops' prayers. According to users and analysts, the new version of the Windows server and desktop operating system is far more stable than NT. But while there is ample anecdotal evidence that a Win2k migration can improve your bottom line through lower...

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  • Find IP addresses?

    In a Windows NT 4.0 LAN, how can I find out the IP addresses of all the computers, in a case where a user has logged in with my Windows NT LAN user ID? OR If I know the Windows NT login ID of a LAN user, how can I find out on which machine (IP address) he has logged in? Are there any utilities...

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  • REALITY CHECK: Will Linux kill my Windows 2000/NT career?

    Linux is fast gaining momentum. Red Hat Software, the leading vendor of a commercial version of the open-source operating system, late last year had a red hot IPO. IBM plans to put Linux on its mainframes; Dell will put it on laptops; Oracle, SCO, Computer Associates and other software vendors have...

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  • Help migrating NT network to Win2003 network

    I am working for an organization that cleans and supplies water to government municipalities and other institutions.

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