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  • Will my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 support FAT formatting

    If I format my WD My Passport Ultra 1TB hard drive to FAT from NTFS, will and can my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 read it with an otg cable? Since my Note4 can not read NTFS. It says that it is unsupported.

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  • Microsoft Lync vs. Enterprise Video Conferencing

    Technically speaking, what are the major differences between Microsoft Lync and enterprise video conferencing?  We currently have 19 end points and utilize an off prem bridge service for multipoint (4 or more participants).  I have been tasked with identifying the major differences if we were to...

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  • Redirect a certain url on your computer to a page that you created (pdf file)that looks like the page the original url wanted to load.

    Redirect a certain url on your computer to a page that you created (pdf file)that looks like the page the original url wanted to load.

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  • Primavera Filter parameters

    Is it possible to filter a parameter is not equal to another parameter or is it just possible to have a parameter is not equal to a value?

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  • Omnibar Autofill in Microsoft Windows

    Windows+A (& other letters) brings up sites commencing with that letter not visited for months. Cntr+sh+Del/chrome history eraser/incognito browsing/deleting 1x1 in Google history/disabling autofill-prediction service/removing every trace of sites/flushing DNS/even consigning mention of these...

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  • Making a bootable USB from EXE files

    Is it possible to make a bootable USB from EXE files?

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  • Closing Purchase Orders in SAP

    We're having trouble closing a purchase order that has two lines and two different dates. The first line has a delivery date of 06/30/15 line #2 has a delivery date of 06/13/15. Our purchasing department usually closes our PO's and any remaining funds goes back to the department's budget. They are...

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  • What the differences between client server network And client server traffic?

    Can anyone explain the differences between client server network And client server traffic?

    AungThuHein5 pointsBadges:
  • Case statement with Strings in a SQL statement

    I have a SQL statement that DOES work to create a bit of a pivot table. select JOB#, sum(CASE when COURSE#=’36’ then MONTHS  end) as “Training” from FILE where group by JOB# However, what I need is instead of showing the sum of the months, I want to show the string field on if it was...

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  • What will cause a Wi-Fi connection to renegotiate speed?

    When a 2.4 Ghz wireless N network has a G or B device introduced, the entire network slows down to that speed. If that slow device is removed, how long will it take for the remaining devices to renegotiate back to N, and is that process adjustable inside an N router?

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  • Should I get a cloud architect certification?

    Hi, I am a IT sales professional and have been working on networking hardware and multiple software sales since a decade. Currently I am pursuing training on cloud technologies like Windows Azure and AWS and would be seeking certified cloud architect on both the cloud offerings within 3 months...

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  • Outlook 2007 pasted images are larger than original

    Over the past year, I've been using Outlook 2007 with no image problems. But now, I've noticed that when I pasted images into an email, they become enlarged. This usually happens when I use a JPEG, Vista Snipping Tool and WinSnap. I've tried different Outlook settings but nothing is working. Can...

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  • Subscribe to iCalendar feed in Outlook 2011 for Mac

    I'm trying to subscribe to an ICS feed in Microsoft Outlook 2011 for the Mac. From what I've seen so far, I can only drag the ICS file to the Outlook calendar grid of list. Has anyone done this before? If so, what are the steps?

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  • What is VMware ESX?

    What does ESX stand for?

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  • Need opinions for evaluating business contact management software

    I'm in the early stages of evaluating business contact management software. I'm familiar with Sage's ACT and Microsoft's Business Contact Management Software (an add-on to Outlook). My firm is in financial services and there will be less than 10 users. I'd also like to ensure the software meets the...

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  • Moving flag status index column to the left in Outlook 2007

    In my 'messages' view in Outlook 2007, there are a list of messages (one liners) with several fields. On the right side, there's the 'Flag Status' field. I've been trying to that icon to the left side. I see that all of the other columns but this is not. Is there a way I can move it to the left?

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  • How to set up custom keyboard shortcuts for Outlook 2010

    Over the past few years, I've become a Gmail expert and one of my favorite features is the keyboard shortcut 'a' that allows me to archive an email. I'm not sure if that's the default or I set it as a shortcut. Now for my work, I'm setting up Outlook 2010 and shortcuts like that. But I'm not sure...

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  • Wires in a SATA power cable

    How many wires are in a SATA power cable?

    lhogan5 pointsBadges:
  • How to play SV5 file? Which player play SV5 file format?

    How to open SV5 file format? Which player plays SV5 format and which converter converts SV5 file?

    amandeep8600410 pointsBadges:
  • Re-use existing hardware

    Hi, We have 2no. HP Proliant DL 380 G6 servers running VMWare ESX.On them, we have a number of virtual servers running server 2003 and 2008.I would like to update the file and print server running on Windows server 2003. The current file server is slow to access remotely (we have users worldwide),...

    kfortres15 pointsBadges:

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