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  • What network is best for 340 systems?

    Which network topology is best where more than 340 systems and should be control by one server?

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  • How Can I restore a Microsoft Excel file?

    My hard disk glitched, windows flied, the file managed to be pulled out, but when opening the file writes a mistake - "A file format "the file name. xls" doesn't correspond to permission of the file. Probably, the file is damaged or isn't safe. Open it only if you trust it to a source. You really...

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  • Lost admin Windows password for Acer Inspire One netbook

    I cannot remember Admin password therefore, I can't do any updates/upgrades. I need to reset password ASAP.

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  • Network security server

    Which o/s would I use with 5000 employees and why?

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  • How do I download photos from Asus to SD card?

    How do I download photos from Asus to SD card?

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  • Defining data source

    What do we mean by defining data source?

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  • Microsoft Word Documents Added and Deleted Sections Without My Help

    I have a folder of 25 separate documents and copies of each. When I went to open them, I found the same piece had been added to the end of each document and that different parts of each had been deleted. How is this possible?

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  • Why aren’t my log files being updated on Windows Server 2008 SMTP server?

    For my development operating system, I'm using Windows Server 2008. Currently, I've also been using SMTP server to send emails but my log file isn't being written to. Can anyone explain to me why my log files in the SMTP server isn't getting updated? Any help given would be greatly appreciated.

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  • CAN we use DAS as NAS?

    Hello guys... Suppose, I am using a server with Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and that server is connected to a small sized Local Area Network (LAN). Now if clients from the network use the storage space attached to server for back up purpose then logically can we call it as NAS (Network Attached...

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  • What’s your opinion of Windows Server 2008 Server Core?

    We've seen been installing Windows Server 2oo8 on several different machines but we're more curious about Server Core. What have you used it for? In the end, did you like it or did you upgrade to 2012? Appreciate the help.

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  • Having trouble connecting Windows Server 2008 R2 to SQL Server 2008 R2

    I've reinstalled Windows Server 2008 R2 on my machine. After that I installed SQL Server 2008 R2 without a problem but I'm having issues when I try to connect with Microsoft SQL Management Studio via my Windows Administration account. Any idea why I can't connect? Thanks!

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  • Adding storage in VMware

    How do I add storage in VMware

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  • Best way to create redundancy for your vCenter server

    We currently have our vCenter as a VM and I would like to add some redundancy to the current environment. I could create another vCenter server and have fault tolerance setup. Another possibility is to have both a physical and virtual vCenter server. Are there other options and what is the best way...

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  • Would a Windows Server 2008 Server Core work on a SQL Server instance?

    This may seem old but I've been setting up a SQL Server 2005 on Windows Server 2008 and I'm trying to pare it down to its barebones (while it still being functional). On that, I'm looking at the Server Core but I'm not sure if it will run on SQL Server on that SKU.

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  • What are the limitations of Windows Server 2008 Web Edition?

    I need help figuring out the limitations regarding Windows Server 2008 Web Edition. I know that they have removed the inability to install SQL Server / raised the RAM CPU limits. Are there any other limits that I should be aware of? If so, what's the biggest one? Thank you.

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  • What’s the best way to clone Windows Server 2012?

    We currently have a Windows Server 2012 that's running with RDS set up. We're trying to copy everything we've already done to set up the RDS server (user profiles, files, etc.) and make a second identical server. We need the server to have a different name and SID so they're both running on the...

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  • Is there a mail server for Windows Server 2008?

    I'm in the process of getting a Windows Server 2008 dedicated server pretty soon. My website will be hosted on it so I need to run a mail server on the same machine to receive mail sent from the website. Would anyone know if Windows Server 2008 has a built-in POP3 or IMAP server? If it does, can I...

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  • Setting up multiple users in Remote Desktop Windows Server 2008

    I currently have a situation that I need to allow multiple users (on different PCs) to log into one Windows Server 2008 machine as an administrator simultaneously over a remote desktop. I already have the CALs for it, it's just not set up correctly. As you probably know, it boots out one user when...

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  • AS/400 job running an error

    There is a job running which is in error, I cannot dump it and also do not have any authority to debug it. What should be my approach?

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  • Adding disks to X3650 M3 xeries

    Hi everyone, I want to add disks in my x3650 M3 xseries. I will install a new backplane and 4 additional disks. Can I just add the disks in RAID with the current configuration? If yes, how? Thanks, Randy

    excellentrandy1,190 pointsBadges:

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