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  • Can I convert DXF file to PLC file?

    Hi, Can you help me to convert my file DXF to PLC format? My client sends me a DXF file but I want to convert to PLC. Could it possible to convert DXF file to PLC format?

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  • How do I resolve DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET?

    How do I resolve the error on Google Chrome DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET?DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET

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  • Learning ASP.NET MVC

    What are the pre-requisites for learning ASP.NET MVC. I worked on Asp.net web forms and master page. So now a days, MVC became popular and I want to learn myself. Please suggest to me. Thanks in advance!

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  • Crystal Reports 12: Column headings won’t export

    Why won't my Column Headings export? the Report Hdg and Date do! All of the data and sub report hdgs and data export just fine too. Thanks for the upcoming help.

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  • Copy query to new table in Access 2010

    I want to copy data used in 2015 query to a create a 2016 table. So the same data used in the 2016 table is the same as the results of the 2015 query.

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  • Add buttons to an input form in database

    How do I add buttons to an input form in database?

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  • View sent email from 2009

    Is it possible to view sent email from 2009?

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  • Are 28 PCI Express lanes too many?

    Would anyone happen to know if 28 PCI Express lanes are too many? How many lanes does a normal PC need? Thank you very much.

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  • PCI compliance issues on MySQL database

    We use Stripe to process credit card information / store client's payments in our MySQL database. We only store the ID of transaction and the client ID. And Stripe controls the PCI compliance issues. We also isolate payments to a single box that hosts the database and payment site. Now, here's our...

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  • Running a text on an empty PCI Express slot

    Would it be possible to run a test on an empty PCI Express slot to see if the actually slot is 2.0 or not? We're trying to get the most out of USB with our motherboard. Thanks!

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  • Resetting Password

    How do I reset my password?

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  • Cost of a supercomputer

    What's the cost of a supercomputer?

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  • PCI compliance for e-commerce website on Rackspace cloud servers

    We're making an e-commerce website that's going to be in Rackspace cloud servers. Are there any requirements in regards to PCI compliance? As long as we have a working SSL certificate, along with not storing credit card info...we should be all set right? Thank you.

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  • Staffing to abandonment rates

    Is there a staffing model that is useful in determining staffing by Abandonment rate?

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  • IP Query

    Hi, I downloaded the app 'network connections' and for every app or webpage in use by my phone it connects to a different i.p. some have the first 3 numbers in common but most are totally unrelated. Even under the same app it gives many different IPs located in Ireland, USA or Holland for example....

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  • Get SMTP Port 25 to be PCI compliant

    We're running a PCI compliance scan on our server and it keeps failing on port 25 with this message: SSL Server Supports Weak Encryption nCircle ID: 6174 Port: 25 CVSS Score: 5.8 Not Compliant Description The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Server supports weak encryption keys, which are defined as...

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  • PCI scan failure for SSL certificate

    We did a PCI scan for one of our clients and it says they failed due to the SSL certificate, for SMTP Port 25, not matching the domain scanned. Here's what it said: Description: SSL Certificate with Wrong Hostname Synoposis: The SSL certificate for this service is for a different host. Impact: The...

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  • How to restore Exchange after being hacked?

    I’ve this concern going all over my mind since my Exchange 2010 files that is .edb has gone corrupted and that makes me unable to open those files of any kind. Being an Exchange user I don’t even know how it got affected?

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  • NSFDbOpen: File ‘C:LotusDominoDatanames.nsf’ is CORRUPT in Lotus Notes

    I need the help with Lotus Notes! When I start the application, I receive the following message: "NSFDbOpen: File 'C:LotusDominoDatanames.nsf' is CORRUPT - Now. How to restore it?

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  • PCI compliance for Magento that’s running on CentOS

    Over the past few weeks, I've been trying to get PCI compliance through Trustwave's vulnerability scanner. We're using Magento that's running on CentOS. Here's the issue we have: The version of PHP running on this host is prone to a stack-based buffer overflow in the socket_connect function in...

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