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  • How to stop domain wide access of users calendar and mailboxes? Exchange 2010/Outlook 2007

    What's the solution to this? I have issue's with the users in my domain basically anyone can access anyones else's calendar (via Outlook 2007), without setting any permissions and we've recently found out that you can even access other peoples folders and mails. This is a big security risk! How do...

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  • Excel Macro to extract substrings from a comma-separated string.

    How can I write an Excel macro to exctract substrings from a comma separated string located in a single cell and put each substring in a cell of a certain column.

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  • Microsoft Excel error message

    I have just installed Office 2010 and error message comes up when I start Excel: 'Compile error in hidden module: AutoExecNew' I also get error message when closing Excel: 'Compile error in hidden module: DistMon' Please can you help?

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  • Create local admin account in recovery mode

    Is there any command to create a local admin account in recovery mode like hiren tool (Mini XP)?

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  • Unable to run Oracle application in Mozilla Firefox

    When I run my Oracle 10g application in Internet Explorer it works fine, but when I tried to run it in Mozilla Firefox browser its give me an error. I can't run the same application on Mozilla Firefox which runs fine on Internet Explorer.

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  • Group policy setting to enable shadow copies on any drive with a shared folder on Windows Server 2003

    Is there a group policy setting to enable shadow copies on any drive with a shared folder?

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  • VLOOKUP in Excel 2007

    I have 2 columns on an excel spread sheet with the following formula; VLOOKUP(D2,$A$2:$B$2090,2,FALSE) if I copy from column one cell A(2thur209) it produces the corresponding name in column B, but if I type the same name it produces #N/A. What is the problem?

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  • Can data in Excel 2003 be set up to automatically move from one sheet to another in a workbook?

    Is it possible to create a macro, or multiple macros to upon a button push move data from one sheet to another in the same workbook in Excel 2003? We have a workbook with three sheets, instead of having to manually copy and paste information once we have completed it from sheet one to the others we...

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  • Folder sharing problem in Windows XP client

    I'm using Windows XP OS. The problem is when I'm trying to share a folder from my PC, I can't. Because the share option is disable there. Normally there should be an option to enable the sharing, but that also not coming. Why? Is there any service to enable for sharing folder? Can you please give...

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  • Passing credentials with xcopy

    I need to write a Windows DOS script in order to automate copying a couple files over out AD network. I can certainly set this up using Windows scheduler, but I need to be able to call this .bat file which would copy the file using a third party scheduler software (ESP). What I'm trying to figure...

    Itsonlyme45 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal services client hangs on connection

    Hello to everyone I have a recurring problem with one of the Terminal services clients (MSTSC version 5.0 on OS Win2K SP4): when I try to connect to any terminal server - a window appears, with plain black (ok, or blue) screen and cursor on it - and hangs forever, not responding to any events. I...

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  • Excel – Out of memory

    Hi, I have a Win2000 Server that we are using for our production QC System. I need to run 3 excel files with macros (Excel 2000) on the server for a monthly report. My problem is that each of these Excel files are already 30MB. When opening the third Excel file, the system prompts that it is out of...

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  • Script to delete old log files on Windows Server 2003

    Hi all, looking for a script or batch file that I can call from schedule tasks that will delete some older Symantec log files that keep filling up my C: drive. Any suggestion or pointers would be appreciated. Thanks in advance! Paul

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  • How can I connect my application server to my Oracle 10g database?

    How can I connect my application server to Oracle database 10g. The application server have a form that can be accessible through browser (client). Please tell me the configuration that I have to do.

    Henlock5 pointsBadges:
  • How to use lookup query to return only entries matching the related field of active record

    I'm creating a lookup field and would like to list only those items relevant to the record actively using the lookup. So my DB has two tables one using the lookup which as a child ID field that I'd like to match with the parent ID field of another table.

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  • Admin rights for Windows XP task manager?

    Is there a way to set up task manager to require admin authentication instead of disabling it altogether?

    Medicineman140 pointsBadges:
  • Power shell script change screen resolutions

    Hi peeps, Short and sweet question. I have a server 2008 r2 domain with Windows 7 clients. Is there a power shell script to change all logons to 1024 x 768 resolutions via a GPO start up script? Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Windows 7 printing

    I am getting the error:"Windows cannot connect to the printer. Operation failed with error 0x00000002" Both the PC's are in one domain. This problem is only with one PC in domain but for the same PC, expect printing sharing the folder is OK.

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  • Return control to program in self-expanding subfile

    How to return the control to the program in self expanding subfile while pressing page up?

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  • E-Mail delivery delay

    A user sends an important e-mail that doesn't show up in the recipient's Outlook inbox until several hours later. Is this a common problem? Is there any way to verify the time sent, or to find out what caused the delay? I'm being asked to investigate and have no idea where to begin. (The recipient...

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:

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