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    I lost my network password. What should I do?

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  • How did someone hijack my ISP?

    I am accused of making online posts and craigslist posts that I didn't make? How can someone make it look like I did these?

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  • How to restore missing messages

    All of my messages in all folders are gone today. I don't want in box zero or the new app. How can I restore all my messages?

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  • Gentran 434d to a 439d replacement

    If you want to add a temp indication to a Gentran 434D indicator, is the 439D a direct replacement for it?

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  • Exchange 2007 – mailbox corrupted?

    Exchange 2007 SP3 rollup 13. I have a mailbox that does not open, either with an Outlook 2002 client, Outlook 2013 or OWA. The error message is: Failed attempt to connect to server Microsoft Exchange. When I want to bring back a restore with Tivoli, I have the same error. The mailbox seems corrupt....

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  • Getting info on DFU usage

    I'm embarrassed to ask, but ... Is there a way to find occurrences of DFU usage? Even better if it excludes DSPDTA. TMI - The prior regime here was pro DFU. So just revoking all authority to it would be disruptive in the short run. So identifying users/data files/dates would be a good start toward...

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  • How to see list of users who have access to certain tables in Oracle

    In Oracle, is there a way I can see a list of users who have access to certain tables (and who have been assigned a particular role)? Thank you very much.

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  • Convert FCM file to JEP

    How do I convert a FCM file to JEP?

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  • Meetings in Outlook not showing as tentative

    I have a staff member who is having trouble creating tentative meetings among multiple people. She creates a meeting, invites all attendees and sends it out. Previously, these would show up in her and her attendee's calendar as a faded tentative meeting. However now they are showing up in her and...

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  • How to block Fortiguard web filtering

    How can I block Fortiguard web filtering?

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  • Run query on AS/400

    How do I run a query on AS/400?

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  • Difference between MJPRG and JPEG

    What is difference between MJPRG and JPEG?

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  • Trimming leading zeros in as/400

    Hi, I have a character input parameter of length 8. I have a customer number which may vary according to a query that user enters. This customer number is searched in an input file where the key field is numeric. I want to change this input parameter to numeric without any trailing zeros/blanks....

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  • SQL Server: Insert number of rows into a table

    I have a SQL Server database where I currently upload files into a staging table. On the table, I have 2 JOINs that corrects foreign keys. That's followed by putting these rows into one final table. Right now, there's roughly over 3 billion rows of data. Now here's my question: What's the best (or...

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  • Know more about server monitoring software

    I would like to know more about server monitoring software. If anyone know about this, please help me to know about the topic.

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  • Network Routing with VLANs

    Please help. I'm having an issue with routing I have done with VLANs. I have default VLAN and VLAN 2. The switches I have are multi layer switches. interface vlan 1 I have static IP 192.168.1.1/24 interface vlan 2 I have 10.1.2.2/24 PC 1 default gate way is 10.1.2.2 PC 2 default gateway is...

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  • Galaxy Note 4 is telling me the dock is connected

    What does it mean when my Galaxy Note 4 is telling me the dock is connected. This is something new that just started showing up on my phone.

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  • Timing SQL queries with PSQL

    I'm using a PostgreSQL database and I have to benchmark several SQL queries against it. Would there be a way I can actually 'time' my queries using PSQL? Thanks!

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  • Issue when printing from Internet Explorer

    Trouble printing from internet explorer on Windows 7 dell PCs. Get an error while attempting to print from Windows  7 + Internet explorer.

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  • How do you set the max number of PST files Outlook 2013 can open

    Can I set a max number of PST files that Outlook 2013 can open?

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