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How do I unlock a GWS file that holds geopack information?
We have to change EHR due to our current one will be "sunset". I would like a comparison chart of best EHRs for a small rural practice.
Would anyone happen to know where I can get a sample question of AS/400, RPG, CL, SQL and DB2.
There are many encryption protocols in use in today's networks. Both symmetric and asymmetric encryption protocols are used for various purposes (IPsec, SSL/TLS, SSH, S/MIME, OpenPGP/GnuPG/PGP, Kerberos, etc.) and then there are protocols like RPC that use some sort of encryption to protect email...
Every where I saw asterisk with a single server instance can support 300+- concurrent calls. What specification could handle that much traffic?
After successful connection using SSH and entering right login credentials, I'm not able to find out the backup SQL file. Any help would be really appreciated.
Have folks given this a serious test? What about running in the rain? Bike commuting in a downpour? Any hands on tests? I just got one but I'm really nervous about it.
How can I import my Outlook 2003 email archives into Exchange 2010. I have several archive files and want to use the search capabilities of Exchange 2010. It would be nice to have all my archvies in one place.
How can I search all my rules to find rules that send mail to a specific folder?
How do I determine who added an entry to a shared outlook calendar and the date the item was entered? I know how to determine who the meeting organizer is.
I am currently working on network security devices like firewall and my work requires me to work 24*7. I want to move into a field where 24*7 is not required. Is web application security a good and relevant field?
Why does DSPLY only display when a user response is required? How would I put a message on the screen that stays for 10 seconds unless the user hits enter? Please explain this with an example for my clear understanding.
Hello, Can someone please tell me how to print a config page on a Canon iR2830?
I have to go through a ton of PostgreSQL dump files (this is for their data). Do I have to recover each file one-by-one? Or is there an easy SQL query to see them all? Thanks.
In SQL Server, I have a database with a table and the primary key is titled 'ID'. Is there a way I can make it AUTO INCREMENT? Thanks so much.
Error message reads Microsoft Office Outlook cannot open this item. Your Digital ID name cannot be found by the underlying security system.
I need to add several users, in the same role, on multiple SQL Server databases. But that role can't be present too. How would I be able to check if an actual role exists in my database?
End all Journaled physical files for one specific library. I have one journal in its own library. There are several other libraries having physical files journaled to that one journal. I want to end journaling for all the physical files in one specific library. The parms for endjrnpf or endjrnlib...
Does anyone know the command to clean CouchDB? Also - after it's cleaned, I have to restart it too. What's the command for that?
Our department currently has an SQL Server database and Oracle database. One of the tables is labeled 'Inventory' - which has thousands of rows from both databases and it will continue to grow over time. Now, here's what we need to do: We have to compare the Oracle data to the SQL Server data so we...