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  • How to copy files from one NAS drive to another

    We have two NAS drives that are connected through a router via Ethernet. We also have a wireless laptop and we request that our data needs to be copied from one NAS drive to the next one. Would anyone know if the network traffic goes directly from one drive to the next? Or through the laptop?...

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  • Turning a hard drive into a NAS

    I just purchased a 2 TB drive and I need it to be available on all of my computers in the house. Would there be a SATA enclosure that can turn a drive into a NAS? Thank you.

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  • DHCP Redesign

    We have two ranges: 192.168.100.x on 255.255.255.0 192.168.101.x on 255.255.254.0 100 is our main LAN range 101 is for other networking equipment and Wireless. We have 1 DHCP server hosted on Server 2003 on the 100 range. There are 3 "multi-function" AP's on the 101 all running independent DHCP...

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  • Would a European phone work with a UK SIM?

    I was planning on buying a second-hand simless phone. I heard that in Italy all phone are unlocked from the get go (unlike in the UK) and that these phones were generally a lot cheaper (I am on a tight budget). In short I wanted to know if I bought a phone from one of these countries and got it...

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  • Image file preventing page from loading in Lotus Domino

    We have a Domino application running on an 8.5 server.  This application uses a banner, on which is a graphic which is stored on an internal server. Recently we had an issue where this file was not found which prevented the page from loading, meaning none of the buttons on the page were working....

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  • Will my normal GSM SIM card works on WCDMA phone?

    I'm from India and I want to buy Samsung galaxy grand max, which is a WCDMA phone. Will my current normal GSM SIM work on this phone?

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  • How to apply sorting in smart forms?

    Hi, I created a smart-forms. I have 1 headers with 1 item table. I want sort header data but come with their item data. Like this: !~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ! ! PO no          PO type       date        !   < ------ header 1 !~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  ! !  no    item-no  ...

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  • How does a SAP system work?

    I'd like to know about SAP Netweaver application server, what it does? How application server works, what is the location of appl. server? What are the different SAP applications and systems with real life examples?

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  • What should I choose: CISA/CISSP or CEH?

    I am thinking of switching from Networking to information security and someone told me about CISA & CISSP. I was looking for doing CEH, and now I am thinking what should I choose CISA/CISSP or CEH. I am more interested in doing CEH, but I don't know about the salary in CEH whereas I came to...

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  • How to open a local client archive .ost file on a new computer

    How to open a local client archive .ost file on a new computer We use Exchange 2010 Standard and Outlook 2013. I got a new computer and made a copy of my email archive that was being stored on my Windows 8 computer under c:\users\UserName\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook. Now I want to open the...

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  • Redirect to an externally hosted payment page from iSeries

    In a legacy (iSeries) order management system, I want to replace inline payment screen with a redirect to externally hosted payment page in an effort to support external tokenization. What are my options?

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  • Replication – Quick EDD

    Has anyone had experience of migrating from Vision, (OMS ODS), to Quick EDD? I have 6 major Apps all running Vision replication at the moment and I need to upgrade. Quick EDD had been recommended to me and in initial trials it looks good. I just wanted to know if anyone had experience of Quick EDD...

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  • Corded landline didn’t worked during recent power outage. why?

    Corded landline phone didn't work during a recent 2 hr power outage. I talked with other people whose landline did work. why?

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  • How do I stop my IPhone data being shared n accessed

    How do I stop my iPhone data being transfered n shared with others

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  • How do I make an include/library directory more general?

    The include directory is C:\\Users\\Jdoe\\Desktop\\ProjectDetails I want to change it so that anyone can access this on their own computer, even if they aren't jdoe... The directory should just be to the folder, Project. (This gets around CMake) Any help is appreciated, thank you.

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  • Index files that are stored on a NAS in Windows 7

    Does anyone know of a way to index files that are stored on a NAS in Windows 7? We need our files to be available in Windows Search and libraries. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Should we put local SQL Server files on NAS or SAN?

    We're preparing to install a new server on SQL Server 2008. Here's our question: What would you recommend - one server with RAID 10 or all the files on a NAS? Or should we just use iSCSI? The new server has about 4 GB of RAM and the database file has 2 GB. What's the best option for us?

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  • Unlocked phone compatible with T-Mobile?

    I would like to know if the Elephone P7000, an unlocked phone, would work with T-mobile. Would I get 2G, 3G, 4G, and 4G LTE? I am from NC 28401. My area has 4G LTE.

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  • Meaning of microchips

    What's the meaning of microchips and how do they work?

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  • How to confirm if RAID drive went bad?

    We have a Synology DS213 that has two 600 GB drives on RAID 1. I think it was two nights ago, it reported that the second drive became degraded and we should replace it. But when we ran the SMART test, it said the drive was fine. Is there to actually confirm that the drive went bad?

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