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  • Is win32.packed.krap.3 a virus file?

    Hi, this is nidhish from Delhi. I have a file which name is win32.packed.krap.3 if you know about this file, please tell me what is this? If you have solution to delete this file then please help me.

    Itbuddy15 pointsBadges:
  • Setting database security to prevent restoring databases on other SQL Servers

    Within a database in my SQL Server, I am able to control users from Alter Table and Alter SP, and a strong ‘sa’ password is also created. When I login to the backup of that database with a backup operator ID, the backup operator is able to restore the database, and his and others’ rights are...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrade from single name NT domain to server 2003, possible?

    How do I upgrade to a 2003 domain from an NT based single named domain? I have a single named NT 4.0 SP6 controlled domain EX:"domain" and am unable to upgrade that server. The critical apps do not run on anything beyond NT. Can I create a new NT DC (new server hardware)with the single name domain...

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  • Windows 2000 Professional Asking for administrator password – don’t have – cannot log on

    We are a small family owned business, PC got messed up and is now asking for a password to log on. We purchased the business and have no access to the password. Log on message reads........ The system could not log you on. Make sure your user name and domain are correct, the type your password...

    Socalgrly5 pointsBadges:
  • Unix/Linux vs. Windows

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of UNIX/Linux vs. Windows?

    ITKE352,485 pointsBadges:
  • RUNSQLSTM

    I'm executing a RUNSQLSTM out of a CL program that run a source SQL statement in a source file of a library. Everytime the statement is executed I get a output spool file of the SQL parmeters and execution results. How can I prevent this?

    Abbey120 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle application server

    I have a question: Can anyone tell me if that the fusion middle ware is the new name of Oracle application server? Is this fusion middle ware is some new thing?

    Zaeemabrar5 pointsBadges:
  • can VS 2005 support Oracle 10g?

    can VS 2005 support Oracle 10g data base? i need the MS Report service (SSRS) to be used to make report and the data base is Oracle 10g.please replay to me

    KPL5 pointsBadges:
  • Last Day of Month

    Is there a routine to arrive at the exact last day of the month? *Month doesn't do it.

    Djomay5 pointsBadges:
  • SOA – Is it lethal? Acronyms in other languages.

    Hi all, I just saw a link from one of the blogs here to a cartoon about SOA. The cartoon was quite funny, but I thought that the meaning of SOA in dutch was even funnier. In dutch it stands for "sexueel overdraagbare aandoening" which means sexually transmitted disease. I guess the whole SOA hype...

    Gilly40023,730 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between UML and use case?

    What's the difference b/w the UML and use case? If there is any common template / checklist is available? What is the baseline document for creating these diagrams?

    Sibiprabu5 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrade database & run application Oracle 6i under the web

    What are the steps I can follow to upgrade database engine 8i.1.7 .0.0 to 10g 2 and what is the needed fixes to get 6i developer run on engine 10g? How can I run it 6i developer on 8i through web? I'm running oracle under windows 2003 R2, how can I  utilize memory without limit on windows 32 bit?

    10g5 pointsBadges:
  • What software to create Internal Knowledge Sharing site?

    I have been asked to create an Internal Knowledge Sharing web site. Something everyone can contribute to and search for answers on. So I need to find a bit of software to start this on. I am looking for something very similar to what this site uses. Our requirements: Open Source. Simple to setup...

    Bryon25 pointsBadges:
  • Read Only access to a SQL Database? Best way?

    We're trying to prevent hacks on our site. We've been down several times and the idea came up that we could prevent the SQL Injections by making an account for just the public-facing side of the site that has Read Only set for it. This is a Microsoft SQL 2000 server BTW. Our hosting company...

    Kwoodall10 pointsBadges:
  • SMTP address/ip outgoing

    I have Exchange Server 2003. There is only one exchange server on the environment. All my incoming mails are coming via a gateway device. But I don't know how my outgoing mails are going. Is there anyway I can see the IP / address of my outgoing smtp server in exchange? In my connector i'm using...

    Pree70 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 backup

    How to take backup of live site in SQL Server 2005?

    Amin4rmOvexTechnology250 pointsBadges:
  • Moving FTP to FTPS on iSeries

    A search400 reader wrote in this question: We are in the process of moving from ftp to ftps on our iSeries v5r3. We have an automated cl that does our ftp. I am just trying to find out if moving to ftps will require modification to our current CL. i.e any new parameters that need to be included or...

    Leah Rosin575 pointsBadges:
  • Inbound and Outbound

    Can you please tell me what is an inbound link and an outbound link?

    ddddd10 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft ISA Server 2000 – Firewall service deliberately stopped – Want to allow ping.

    Hi. This may seem really stupid, and well it is. I have a customer who is running ISA 2000 primarily as a web cache. It is not used for security in any way, in fact, users can just turn off their proxy settings and access the internet, so security is not really an issue here. The box is 4 years...

    Macleodp5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s wrong with first impression?

    Addition of (3 + .47) gives 3.4699999999998 But addition of (3 + .46) gives 3.46 What is wrong with first expression? Why first expression is not evaluated to 3.47? [Issued faced on IE as well as on Firefox]

    Kapilpatil840 pointsBadges:

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