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  • Recovering lost data from SQL Server 2005

    Running SQL Server 2005. I found that I had lost about 2000 records the Assets table and more records in the associated tables Timeassets and AssetBillingrates.  Each of the tables uses an Id field as the Primary Key. I was able to identify the key records that had been lost and tried inserting...

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  • Cisco NetFlow configuration through Cisco ASA 5502

    Hello all, I am hoping I can get some assistance with configuring NetFlow to pass through the asa 5502 8.2. Can anyone explain the steps I would need to do to get the traffic through? I’m using port UDP 2055 for NetFlow. I know I need to Access groups permitting traffic as well as some NAT rules....

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  • File conversion

    Is there some way to convert an .ac6 file to either an .ai or .eps file?

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  • Deterministic fair sharing

    How can I use the extensions of deterministic fair sharing in enhanced active queue management?

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  • What is the future for SAP PI or BI?

    Hi, I am into SAP ABAP I would like to learn SAP PI or SAP BI. What is the future for SAP PI or SAP BI? Thanks, Venkatesh

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  • Forward mail to mailing database using LotusScript

    I require a LotusScript agent which forwards a mail to other mailing databases on a different server when a delivery failure mail is received.

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  • Standard cost of developing a website

    What is the standard cost of developing a website and what are the best technologies to use for developing it?

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  • How to set the umask of an Apache user

    My partner and I have been setting up a LAMP server we need to set up Apache's umask setting to 002 so all Apache created files have the group write permission bit set. How can we do this? We figured it out on Ubuntu but that server was running on CentOS. Thank you.

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  • Trigger Use in SQL Server 2005

    I have a Sequel Server 2005 database with a Table called Main Call Issue. I want to update the DateTimeModifed field to be the Current System date without changing my original DateTimeAdded field when the record was added to the database. I know a Trigger will work here. Where do I place the...

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  • Restore Job Schedule entry to iSeries box.

    How to restore or FTP the Job Schedule Entries (only certain nos) from one iSeries Server to another iSeries Server? Thanks in advance.

    Harish.kuolkhere190 pointsBadges:
  • Dynamic permissions for Exchange 2003 Public Folders

    Hi, Does anyone know how to set up dynamic permission for public folders in Exchange 2003 environment with Outlook 2007 client? Thank you.

    Tigers200950 pointsBadges:
  • Web based contacts for small business

    We are a non-profit buying group with 3 persons in our office. We need a contact data base that can be shared including on the fly changes. We have a network, but no dedicated server. We currently are using Act 6.0, but that is getting old and problem riddled. Is there a web based contacts...

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  • Using SQL to insert records into a table

    I have a table with a period in the table name, i.e. AB.CDE that I need to insert some records into. When I query the table (Select * from "AB.CDE") it works fine. When I try to insert records (insert into "AB.CDE"), however, I get a file not found message. Does anybody know why this is happening?

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  • Outlook calendar sharing w/ people outside of your company network

    I am a recruiter and tend to book 20+ calls with candidates per week via Outlook. It would be really nice if these candidates could somehow see my available times in my outlook calander on the net and be able to send/propose a meeting time with me. This would save so much of my time becuase the...

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  • What is Google Panda?

    I keep hearing about Google Panda, but I don't really understand it or it's implications on my website. Can someone explain it to me?

    TechnologyMarketers6,240 pointsBadges:
  • What type of IT degree/training do you need?

    I am currently looking to get into becoming a DBA. Unfortunately even after many weeks of researching I cant find many clear answers to what I want to accomplish. I am looking to start out with a 2 year degree somewhere grab a few certifications that will greatly increase my job hunting, and...

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  • Logon Failures with user name (backslash)

    I'm looking for clues why a Win2k3 server log indicates very frequent logon failures with the user name. Yes, that is a backslash as the only character in the user name.

    Cybernorris50 pointsBadges:
  • OPNQRY and OVRDBF

    Hi, Can you please tell me more about OPNQRY and OVRDBF and why we are going to use them? Thanks &Regars, Raum

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  • SQL Server 2005 database conversion

    Hi, we plan to migrate SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000. We have a database with average size of 12GB. Can any one please let me know how to convert our database from SQL 2000 to SQL 2005.Thanks in advance.

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  • Migrating from Windows 2000 Server SP4 to Win 2k3 Standard

    Hello all, I have an older Windows 2000 Server which stands alone as our File/Print/Exchange 2000 Server. It is the alpha and omega of the organization. It is now being replaced with a new machine, which will be running Windows 2k3 Standard. I am looking for some tips a little more specific to my...

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