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  • What are the benefits of integrating SAP HANA with Hadoop Ecosystem?

    HANA is a inmemory database used for real time in memory computing and to deliver reports on the fly. Also used for Fraud detection. I would like to know technical details on how to integrate SAP HANA with Hadoop Ecosystem- HDFS, Map Reduce, Hive, Pig etc and what are the benefits that can be...

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  • What is social media?

    Can someone tell me what is social media?

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  • Entering a busy server

    How can I enter a busy server?

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  • What processes are done by the processor in a computer?

    When we start a program in computer, what processes are actually done by processor, cache memory and RAM?

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  • My Linksys router has defaulted to unsecure

    My Linksys WRT45GS router has defaulted to unsecure and my wireless Network Name is gone. Does this just happen?

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  • Is iSeries FTP compatible?

    Is the iSeries secure FTP compatible with SFTP on other platforms

    RichK1151125 pointsBadges:
  • Which program should I open a .MAX format file with?

    Hi, I received a file with (.MAX) format. Which program can I open it with? I have AutoCAD and Sketchup programs and I couldn't open it with either of them. Thank you.

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  • Is Bates stamping in Adobe Acrobat X standard possible?

    Can bates stamping be done in Acrobat x standard?

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  • Windows 7 PC automatically shuts down

    My OS is windows 7, why does my computer automatically shuts down even there's a power and I already check the cable and it is connected properly. Please help! Thanks.

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  • NAS backup best approach

    I have a ready NAS 2100 using iSCSI on Windows Server 2008 r2 and it's available to users to write their data to. I want to back this up to another NAS but it takes forever. What should I do?

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  • Google Drive is saving files to web archive

    My Google Drive is saving my files as web archive. How can I stop it from doing that?

    KerryBaker20 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t join Windows Server 2003 with Windows 7 Pro

    Hi, I have had a continuing problem rejoining my Windows 7 Pro work station to Windows 2003 Server. I successfully joined the domain when station was new last December. Had a hard drive failure, reinstalled operating system on new drive. Have been unable to loin domain since. I have admin...

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  • Adding Linux as a second domain controller

    This question will undoubtedly anger many if not all, but after 5 years I am at my wit's end. Can I install and setup a new domain using linux as a domain controller behind a router in such a way that it won't interfere with or be seen by the current win 2k3 domain controller?

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  • SQL server 2008 downgrade to express

    Due to our budget we are being forced to downgrade some servers from SQL server 2008 R2 to Express. Was told it 's a saving of 20k per PC.Are there any issues that we need to know that may cause us problems? I know Microsoft does not make downgrades easy.. If anyone could shed some light I'd...

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  • Sendmail does not accord to the hosts order in nsswitch.conf

    Dear Friend, My sendmail does not accord to the hosts order in solaris nsswitch.conf. Please let me elaborate in details. Thank you. Setting: solaris 9 /etc/nsswitch.conf hosts: file [notfound=continue] ldap dns sendmail 8.13.4 /etc/mail/sendmail.cf O ServiceSwitchFile=/etc/nsswitch.conf hosts in...

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  • SMTP Relay

    I am looking to set up an SMTP relay for a particular situation, but the exact configuration is not quite right. In my server room, I have an internal network used for (among other things) connecting up the various servers to the backup server which is normally not externally open (except for...

    Lonewolfbw525 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between routing and routed protocols?

    What is the difference between routing and routed protocols?

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  • MS-DOS code to delete old Files

    I am using Windows XP and need to write a DOS batch (.bat) file that will delete old files from a directory. This will run on a schedule and will not require human interaction to input any data. My problem is, I am not good at writing batch files. I can do the basic 101 type stuff, but finding...

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  • How do I add multiple users in Active Directory?

    We are migrating over to Active Directory. I need to add users but I don't want to add them one at a time. I have read about the AddUsers.exe but when I try to do this, I get a message that says address is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

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  • Help detecting packet loss in java

    Hi, I need to make a program in java which can detect packet over in TCP/IP on specific ports. I know this is possible yet I cannot find a RFC or any way to do this on the internet. Can someone give me an idea of how to do this? To be more specific, I've got to make a program for my dissertation...

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