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  • Cisco 2811 configuration for managing HTTP and other traffic through two connections

    Hi all, I have one Cisco 2811 router with serial interface for leased line connection to internet and an ADSL WIC for Internet connection too. What I what is to do is let HTTP traffic goes through the ADSL connection and other traffic go through the leased line. Is it possible and how? Thanks

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  • Changing the server name of the database in Lotus Notes Client

    Hi, I will be migrating some Lotus Notes applications from one server to another server. This will involve the users using the Lotus Notes Clients to open the database again in the new server. Is there a way to change the server name in the Lotus Notes applications on the Lotus Notes Client...

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  • eMac with Mac OS X 10.4.11 Tiger crashes from sleep mode

    I have an old (Bought in 2003) emac. (White desktop version) When I go to "About This Mac" it says: Version 10.4.11.(Upgraded to Tiger a few months ago).Processor: 1 GHz PowerPC G4. Memory: 256 MB SDRAM. When the computer goes to "sleep" and then I try to use it, it shuts down. When I start it back...

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  • IPv6 training/education

    What sources would you recommend for training on IPv6. I'm not really interested in a router/firewall configuration course. I want training/education on the IPv6 protocol and addressing schema. I know I can go read lots of RFC's on it but that is rather dry and can be difficult to absorb. Do you...

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  • How to set group policy in OU level

    How to set prority for group policy in ou level

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  • How to move a VM from 1 Dell server to another.

    Ok let's first state up front I am not the system administrator, the police have him in lockup. There is an immediate need to more two VM instances from a Dell PowerEdge 1800 to another Dell. The two are a web-server and an Exchange 2003 - Windows Server. My plan was simple (at least I thought so)....

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  • Creating database access at runtime for ADO and SQL Server

    I’ve put together some code to create database access at runtime using an ADO database connection. How can I do the same for a SQL Server database?

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  • Exchange Server 2007 installation

    Hi, it is hanan. I'm working as a IT and I need to know if i can install exchange server 2007 on windows server 2003, is there any problem? And please, I want the simplest way for installation. Thanks.

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  • How can I design my networks for disaster recovery (DR) NB?

    We have designed two data centers in different locations. One is the main and the other is disaster recovery (DR). How can I design my networks for DR NB? My main data center is designed with 3800 series with fail over.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Courses for Software Engineers?

    What are the recent valuable courses offered for the software engineers?

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  • Best Free Program Code Editor

    Can anyone out there recommend a good, free Progeam Code editor that would also edit ascii/text data files? I need something that will provide column/byte location for fixed lenght files. Thanks! Dena

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  • Auto Purging Spooled Files

    Besides clroutq does anyone know how I can purge old spool files from an outq using the file date?

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  • Free Chapter – Power in the Cloud: Why we need a new approach

    Another free chapter download is available on the IT Bookworm Blog. Written by: Jonathan Sapir Book: Power in the Cloud Overview: "This book is a guide to building information systems at the "edge of chaos" – that sweet spot for productive change, where front line workers have the capability to...

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  • Exchange 2003 domain connection

    How to connect two domains using Exchange Server 2003?

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  • How to configure SIP server in Cisco 3660 router?

    I'm not able to configure SIP server in Cisco 3660 router (IOS is 12.4T). Can anyone please tell me how? Thank you.

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  • Is it possible to take CISSP and Basel ii exams at the same time?

    I would like to pass Basel ii and CISSP examinations. I am looking for a CISSP training course, which will be short and productive, and approximately at the same time, I wold like to have Basel ii training. Can someone suggest a possible solution?

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  • Cisco UC520 integration with Nortel PBX

    We have one site having Cisco UC520 for IP telephony and another site we have nortel PBX. So is it possible to integrate both? If yes then how and which features will work and which will not work? It would be great if someone help me out for the same.

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  • How do I set NTFS file/folder permissions on a group of PCs?

    I need to set NTFS file/folder permissions on a group of PCs. Can anyone help?

    Michael Tidmarsh31,655 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Maven support for Oracle JDeveloper?

    What options are available for Apache Maven integration with Oracle JDeveloper? Moderator Note: This is a submitted question.

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  • How can I recover a Note ID password if no Notes client is configured with the ID file

    I have a user who's hard drive crashed and the Notes ID file was lost. I was able to get a copy of the ID file from the recoveryID database, but her password does not work with this ID file. So my dilemma is I do not know the password for the ID file, but I cannot recover the password because the...

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