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  • Networking question: Communication line for downloading

    You have been hired as a network consultant for a major aircraft engine manufacturing company. The company promotes on its website that it allows downloading from its website all repair manuals. These manuals are approximately 2,360,000 bytes in size. The company expects that there will be...

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  • Oracle Forms11g on Windows 7 (64bit)

    How can I install Oracle Forms 11g on Windows 7 (64bit)?

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  • Restrict mail from spam messages

    How can I restrict my email from spam messages?

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  • SOP for cleaning Server rooms

    Hi there, I have been tasked with organizing cleaning of comms, IDF, MDF rooms at our offices. This includes: removing dust from racks, actually all surfaces - cleaning floor , light fixtures etc. Does anyone have a SOP / Method statement of how this should be carried out? Does it require...

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  • Samsung series 7 Ultra keyboard tile lighting

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  • Application using memory

    When some applications (like VLC media player) in a system is opened, how does it access the cache, virtual memory etc. to get it open?

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  • Add’l CPU per index?

    I'd love to use the LASTUSED column on SYSIBM.SYSINDEXSTATS introduced in DB2 9 to eliminate indexes. I can show my client a number of indexes that have not been used since DB2 9 was installed in July 2009. But I know they will ask 'what is the ROI on deleting these indexes?'. Is there any 'general...

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  • Closing TCP and UDP ports using Windows command line

    Would anyone know of a way of closing a TCP or UDP socket for a single connection via the Windows command line? After doing some searching, many people said doing a manual page of NETSTAT or NETSH commands, which would monitor the ports. But I'm not looking to monitor, I'm looking to close/kill...

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  • What tools can I use for TCP/IP error simulation?

    Using a multi-tier application, how can I simulate several TCP/IP errors for some reconnection code testing. What Windows-based tools should I use for this sort of testing? Thank you.

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  • How to programmatically get network statistics in Microsoft Windows

    Now, I'm trying to find out what processes are using my network. I know it's pretty easy in Linux but I'm having a tough time on finding out how to do it in Microsoft Windows. For each process, I would like to know how many actual bytes it has read/written to the network over a specific period of...

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  • Using gsutil for multiple Google Cloud Storage accounts

    I always use Google Cloud Storage with two different accounts. I've been using gsutil config that creates .boto files for both accounts. But the problem is that I have to type cp personal.boto ~/.boto when I have to switch accounts. Is there an easier way to do this?

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  • Trying to find a simple footprint clock synchronization without NTP

    I'm trying to find an easy clock synchronization protocol that would be easy to implement with a small footprint and would also work in the absence of an Internet connection. Just so everyone knows, I'm not looking for a protocol that be used for ordering events but something that would enable...

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  • How to display network interface stats on Linux?

    Is there an easy way to capture and display network interface throughput stats via Linux?  I also need to have that information returned on the command line.  Is there a native property I can use or will I have to install a plugin?

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  • No reply in Microsoft Outlook menu

    There's not a reply in the menu. Did it not download correctly?

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  • IP Addresses of a Linux Application Server

    How can I find the IP addresses of my Linux application server? I’m working in C++. I know the main address, but there will be a few more based on the network and those are the ones I need.

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  • Can we store our data locally?

    We currently have a UIViewController for our users to input their data and submit it to our ASP.NET Web API. As of today, we have about 40 Text fields and other controls. Is it possible to save these inputs locally? Should we save it in XML or Core Data?

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  • guid related script

    I am analyzing an application which uses a method to create GUID. I need clarification on this. Set TypeLib = CreateObject("Scriptlet.TypeLib")what is the parameter and where it is defined, I am using the local copy and I don't have any definition of it

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  • Tag editing apps on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    On my Samsung galaxy note 3 I have tag editing apps. When I fill in all the relevant info and copy file to sd card the year tag gets deleted on the file that's on the sd card but the year remains on device storage. Could you explain what's happening.

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  • How to share NSOperationQueue across different view controllers?

    I've been using a NSOperationQueue to manage our HTTP connections. Since I have multiple views and I have the need to have these different views for requesting HTTP connections, I'm thinking of creating a global NSOperationQueue in the application delegate or having one in each view. What would be...

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  • Configuring two remote printers behind a router

    I can configure without any problem a 3812 remote printer behind a router. With a NAT, I redirect it to the appropriate IP. My problem is how to configure 2 remote printers. Both have port 9100, and I can't redirect it towards 2 different IP addresses! I tried to configure the second printer on the...

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