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  • Using VMware to migrate files in Windows Server 2003 environments

    I am new to VMware software and need to know which version is the best option to install in my environment. I have a Windows 2003 server that is currently up and running with applications and software. I also have just built another Windows 2003 server and would like to copy the applications and...

  • How to get a SAP FICO certification

    I am working as an auditor with one of the big accounting firms (in US) from last 2 years. I am at a point where I don’t really like auditing and I want to do something different. I am interested in SAP FICO certification but I am not sure how to go about it. Please advise me on this.

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  • VBA copying a range from Excel and pasting to a text file

    Do you know how to copy from excel and paste to a text file using VBA?

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  • Outlook 2002 rules are not visible to users in Outlook 2003

    Rules that we created in Outlook 2002 are not visible when we upgraded the user to Outlook 2003, but the rules are visible in OWA. What has to be done to get them into the desktop client? We do not want to downgrade.

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  • Old Software & Vista

    I use a 1995 vintage CAD program on my XP machine. After I upgraded (?) to a new Vista computer and installed the program, whenever I select "File-Save", the program simply terminates. I have it configured for Windows 98 compatibility and the program functions normally in all other respects. Is...

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  • Source control apps?

    There is no source control/versioning at the company I just started working for. I've worked with CVS before, but does anyone have any suggestions of better applications for this purpose? My company works primarily in web development on several different systems/development frameworks.

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  • Receiving a DOS output with a Visual Basic script in SQL

    I would like to solve this following complex script in SQL by using Visual Basic, either version 5.0 or 6.0. My first table name is tblClient, with fields ClientID and ClientName. My second table name is tblPurchase, with fields ClientID, Item Name, Qty and Price. I would like to pass one SQL query...

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  • Moving Exchange Server 2003 to new hardware

    Hi to everybody, We have one domain controller installed with Exchange Server 2003. As per organization growth we are ready to move entire Exchange Server to new server hardware. Installed Windows 2003 OS in new server and installed Exchange Server 2003 and moved two mailboxes to new server. I am...

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  • Excel macros not working in password protected workbook

    Excel 2007 macros work perfectly in original workbook however when I save as and create a password to open the workbook, it opens OK but the macros don't work. The Excel options have the macros enabled but they are deactivated somehow.

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  • Populate Access 2007 object in form

    I am trying to populate a form object based on the value from a combo box. I have tried FindRecord and SetValue and so far nothing is working. Please help.

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  • Monitoring Windows server 2003 task manager

    How can I monitor the status of a Windows 2003 task manager over a period of time like for a month on my server?

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  • PeopleSoft tutorial

    Is there a PeopleSoft Tutorial available?

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  • SQL query for employee salaries

    How to display the third and seventh employee salary details in SQL?

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  • Update SharePoint AD info

    Hi, We need to read/update AD information from SharePoint. When creating a new DirectoryEntry instance, we have to use the overload which requires a username and password to read and update. This works fine. What we would really need is to use the signed on user to query /update AD. When we use...

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  • Does Windows 7 Home Premium include the Backup and Restore utility found in Win 7 Professional?

    Does Windows 7 Home Premium include the Backup and Restore utility found in Win 7 Professional?

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  • New interactive technology and knowledge

    How to use effectively new interactive technology for knowledge distribution and sharing ideas between professionals organizations and colleagues?

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  • Why does OWA prompt user continually for credentials?

    We're using Exchanger Server 2003 and we have an external user accessing email via Outlook Web Access (OWA) using Internet Explorer (IE). He has no problem accessing his email. The only problem he encounters is that OWA keeps prompting him for his user credentials (username and password) whenever...

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  • Setting up four public IPs to four computers

    I'm having a problem configuring four public IPs to used on four computers, 1 cable modem connected to Linksys router. I have all the info for the ISP like the 4 static IP, gateway, submask & DNS 1&2. I type all the info to each comp but no go. Please help!

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  • View Windows Server 2008 map drives

    How to view those connected in Windows Server 2008?

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  • Does SBS 2003 track employees visits to websites?

    I thought there was a way to track my employees visits to websites. I've been all over my server (and Google) and can't find any reference to that feature. I'm not IT trained so I'm figuring this out as I go. Does SBS 2003 record that info and does anyone know what it's called and where it's...

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