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  • FoxPro database can’t be opened

    I have a database in Visual FoxPro 9, it denied to open and showed: Error opening file. Can someone suggest, what steps make to restore FoxPro DBF file?

    Motorw09215 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Tools for Infrastructure organization

    I want to learn and gain knowledge on backup tools that are used by infrastructure organizations, especially on Tivoli Storage Manager, NetBackup. Where should I start?

    amanb155 pointsBadges:
  • Find specific email thread in Microsoft Outlook

    In Microsoft Outlook, I've been searching for an email in my Sent folder that was sent to my co-worker. Would I be able to find the overall thread of emails (which include this specific email)?

    ITKE1,047,530 pointsBadges:
  • Make Firefox use OpenVPN automatically

    I just installed OpenVPN on my Windows 7 PC. Would there be a way for me to have Firefox always use this automatically? Thanks for the help.

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  • How to secure Windows 7 image

    I work in the IT department for a large scale organization. For the past several years, we have created a large scale Windows 7 image for everyone's computers. If we get a new computer, we just load it from our backup. But now, we found that several employees are installing it on a USB drive and...

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  • LotusScript: Button to create connections checking

    Hello, I need to make this work using this TechNote: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21208108 so that the button checks against not only names.nsf but general Address Books. Could you please help me? Sub Click(Source As Button) Messagebox "MESSAGE", 0 + 64, "BOX NAME" Dim workspace...

    AnalystBeeWorker15 pointsBadges:
  • How can we read the data in network packets data in Wireshark

    I'm using Wireshark, I want to know what's the data is sending to the Destination IP address using Wireshark. But it is showing in ASCII characters with lots of dots. How can I read the data? Ex: p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; } *.H.. ..........0.. ......*.w\.P.:.....PH..?..p..F~......!.Z.a...

    prasanna63585 pointsBadges:
  • Java: Trying to get the sum of pairs that equal to a prime number

    I am trying to get four input from the user and try to find pairs that equal to a prime number just by using user defined methods. I didn't reach the prime step yet. But before that I ran into a problem. So just to check the sum, I tried printing it out in the method called sumPair6 but it prints...

    rancer15 pointsBadges:
  • Object Oriented Methodologies

    You lost me... Are you talking about Object Oriented Methodologies or Object Oriented Programming Languages? Anyway, which one are more exactly OO Methodologies? Considering Classification (Avison/Fitzgerald), OO Methodologies are OOA and RUP.

    QuestionEverything5 pointsBadges:
  • Questionnaire for SAP implementation project.

    We are in a process of doing due diligence / vendor pre-qualification for our SAP implementation project. I need a list of typical questions that we can ask the SAP consulting firms about their in-house capabilities.

    SalmanPervez5 pointsBadges:
  • Fetching multiple rows in SQLRPGLE

    Hi, When I try to fetch more records, I couldn't do it. Please see my code below and explain. Thanks.

    as400dev620 pointsBadges:
  • What is the need of bulk extraction?

    What is the need of bulk extraction and what should be the syntax?

    GyandeepSahu5 pointsBadges:
  • Getting Bluetooth to match smart TV

    I am having a problem getting Bluetooth senders to match with my smart TV so I can listen to Bluetooth headphones. It just says not supported'. What's this?

    Colinyellowds35 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi does not turn on when booting up Windows 10 notebook

    I've run into an odd issue on my notebook. When I turn it on and bootup, the Wi-Fi is not automatically connecting. I have to connect to it manually every single time. Not sure why this is happening. Can anyone help?

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  • how do I find the range of IPs belonging to a domain

    There are some sites we need to block and it is more efficient to block the entire IP range that belongs to a DNS domain than to try to find each individual web server. One example is myspace.com. Their web sites are spread over several class C ranges. I know there was a way to find the ranges used...

    Astronomer15 pointsBadges:
  • VLSM routing protocols

    Which routing protocols support VLSM?

    Libby5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Office 2013 calendar is not updating

    I just updated my computer from Microsoft Office 2010 to 2013. When I was using 2010, my calendar was working great. But the calendar in 2013 is not updating at all. What should I do here?

    ITKE1,047,530 pointsBadges:
  • Hide AS/400 Parameter

    How can we hide the parameter from user view and pass with some default value.

    22917560 pointsBadges:
  • How to delete browsing history

    How can I delete my browsing history?

    ftorres5 pointsBadges:
  • Cost of upgrading Mac

    To make my browsers work better, I'm thinking of upgrading my Mac. What is the cost to do that?

    kathybricker135 pointsBadges:

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