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    i want to about preemptive and non preemptive scheduling breifly.

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  • Iphone5-safari-can’t connect/server…..Facebook

    I can't open my Facebook account through my iphone5 safari anymore! It says cannot connect to server...how can I fix this?

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  • Where should I pursue my IT career?

    I have a bachelors degree in accounting. I am currently working as a IT Healthcare consultant. I'm certified in Epic Resolute Hospital Billing. I would like to transition back into the accounting field, but somehow utilize my IT skills as well. I'm not sure which area of accounting to pursue where...

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  • When sending a CLSMAS (Class) VC Idoc from master system to Q system, upon receipt get error \

    When sending a CLSMAS (Class) VC Idoc from master system to Q system, upon receipt get error " Characteristic data P_866188_SW2 not found: internal error Message no. CL056 Diagnosis You want to maintain an existing class. The system has found an internal error: the required characteristic data was...

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  • What are the emerging trends in information technology?

    What are some of the emerging trends in information technology this year?

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  • Best for IT career: Networking and Oracle?

    Which field is best for an IT career: Networking or Oracle?

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  • Use IMEI to retrieve present phone number

    Please, I need a solution or tool to help me use IMEI to retrieve present phone number, and geolocate my lost phone. I will be very grateful if any body can help.

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  • Find missing numbers with SQL

    In a large logfile I have records containing the field INVNO (invoice-number). The lowest and highest values are easy to find, BUT it looks like some numbers in between are not there. Anyone got a trick with SQL, which can tell which numbers are missing within the numberrange (step 1) ?

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  • Increase Outlook attachment size in Windows 8.1

    How do I increase the Outlook email attachment size limit in Windows 8.1?

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  • OpenSSH on OS X for PCI compliance

    Our current version of OpenSSH on OS X is not PCI compliant. We need to upgrade it but it hasn't been working well. I did this first: brew tap homebrew/dupes brew install openssh It worked but when I tried which shh, I get this: /usr/local/bin/ssh That's fine too but our Port 22 is still using the...

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  • How to find printer IP in zOS VPS?

    How do I find the printer IP address in z/OS VPS?

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  • ADATA external hard drive

    I have recently purchased external hard drive of ADATA durable HD710 but when I checked it through HDD scan for any bad sectors it prescribed its name as Toshiba MQ01ABD 100... is HDD scan error or I have fake one. But also, I have authenticated all the serial no. and codes through ADATA website of...

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  • Outlook calendar request in inbox does not show meeting notes

    When I get a meeting invitation in Outlook 2010 the meeting notes are not shown, until the meeting is accepted

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  • Strange PowerPoint error – PPT or PPTX files work on some Windows XP machines and not on others!

    I have a weird issue with some PPT and PPTX files that I have had no previous problems opening on my machine - the crazy thing is that I can take these same PPT and PPTX files to another computer on the network and it opens with no problems and bring it back to my machine and I get the error below....

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  • ASP.NET membership provider for PCI compliance

    Hello, I've noticed over the past few weeks that my ASP.NET membership provider / tables isn't PCI compliant. I'm wondering if anyone has implemented the provider that's PCI compliant. Does anyone have some experience? Thanks!

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  • Old family photos saving as PDF file

    I am scanning dozens of old family photos and my Canon Scanner keeps saving the pictures as a PDF file. Is this better than just scanning the photo without it being a PDF? Will PDF help me to organize and send large numbers of photos to family via disk?

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  • What is a packet tracer?

    What is a packet tracer for network software?

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  • PCI audit for domain administrators

    Our client is currently a Tier 1 PCI company and our auditor made a suggestion in regards to us as System Administrators / access rights. Right now, our entire Windows infrastructure is about 700 desktops and 80 servers, along with 10 domain controllers. Now, they're saying we should move to a...

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  • Import data from Excel 2007 to iSeries

    How do I import data from Excel to iSeries?

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  • Is my web application PCI compliant?

    We have a web application and it receives credit card information that's transmitted through a POST request by a web browser over HTTPS. It also opens a socket to our remote PCI compliant card processor to forward the data and wait for a response. Is that PCI compliant? Thank you!

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