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  • Calculation for subnetting

    What is the calculation for subnetting?

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  • How can Systems Center help with uptime, availability and performance of SQL Server instances and Exchange mailbox servers?

    We are particularly concerned with the uptime, availability, and performance of SQL Server instances and our Exchange Mailbox Servers. How can Systems Center help me with this? This question was asked during the Microsoft System Center live chat on IT Knowledge Exchange in January 2010.

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  • Crypto Tunneling

    I am seeking a fairly simple explanation of "What is a crypto-tunnel?" "How does a crypto tunnel work?" and a sketch of what they look like.

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  • How to write an encrypted email message through Exchange Web Services

    I'm trying to send an encrypted email message through Exchange Web Services using C#. Would this be possible? Here's my mail body encryption: public static byte[] encry(string body, ContentTyp typ, string to ) { X509Certificate2 cert = GetMailCertificate(to); StringBuilder msg = new...

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  • What is the SDH

    What is the SDH?

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  • How to create Exchange meets programatically

    Would it be possible to create a meeting or appointment on another user's Exchange 2010 account, without them needing to accept the meeting? Our best case scenario would be to have a delegate account to place meetings into people's calendars (bypassing the the normal request and force them onto the...

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  • How to link metadata with an Exchange email

    I'm trying to write a small application, which would automatically process the emails from a public folder. And for each data, we would like to save some metadata in a database. I was going to use the ItemID to be the link between the metadata and the specific email but I realized the ItemID is not...

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  • How to find indicator and relative record number fields in DB2/400

    In DB2/400, even after we delete record from file, the record exists until we are done with RGZPFM. The deleted record can be identified by a indication field with value "Y" or "N". How to see this indicator field? How to see the DB2/400 RRN (Relative record number) field? I tried with RUNQRY...

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  • Configuring a USB Printer on iSeries

    We have been having trouble configuring HP printers that are connected to a PC via USB cable. All our new laptops only have USB ports. I configure the printers as remote OUTQ, but the print jobs disappear.

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  • Date format in Microsoft Excel 2002

    In my program I pass values from VB to Excel for reporting. When I pass 03-01-2009 (3rd Jan 2009), in excel it shows as 01-03-2009. I have set short date format to dd-mm-yyyy, in control panel, regional settings. Also in excel, I set cell format through VB as ... Exl.Range("A1").NumberFormat =...

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  • Is there any relation between the MAC address and IP address of a host?

    Is there any relation between the MAC address and IP address of a host?

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  • Drive rebuilding

    My brand new WD "My Book Live Duo" which is 2 hard disks x 3TB each is taking over 18 hours to rebuild the drive with only 47GB data in the drive. How do I know is this drive faulty or what's the industrial acceptable duration for drive rebuilding of this capacity?

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  • What’s the best backup solution for Exchange 2007

    I need everyone's opinion....what would be the best backup solution for Exchange 2007 (particularly a mailbox level backup)? I appreciate any help.

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  • Invalid String or buffer length ERROR in SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to connect to SQL Server 2005 express edition using JDBCODBC bridge driver. I have succesfuly configured the data source but when I use DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:odbc:sql")-->SQL is the data source name. I catch this Exception. Many thanks in advance.

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  • How to connect and control the database to the webpage (using Java and HTML)?

    Would anyone know how to connect and control a database to the webpage (using Java and HTML)?

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  • How to manage a backup server

    I am working in server backup team but I don't have a idea for this field how to manage this one .

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  • Holding a backup

    How can I hold a backup?

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  • What are the requirements to start using Symantec Ghost

    My company is about to start using Symantec Ghost to image several computers (hundreds). What are the requirements for the Server? What other softrware is needed?

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  • Which SAP module suits for my future career?

    Hi I am having 14 years of experience in IT industry. I have got strong domain knowledge in Material Management module. Now I would like to become a SAP consultant. Which module should I choose now? I am really confused to opt for SAP MM or SAP SRM. Some are telling,with out strong working...

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  • Accessing folders through Exchange Web Services Managed API

    Would it be possible to access folders and items of other Exchange accounts (other than the person who's logged in)? Can I do this through Exchange Web Services Managed API? Thank you!

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