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  • Sending UDP packets to a different subnet

    Can UDP broadcast packets be sent to a different subnet through a router? I’m curious because I need to find certain devices on the network, and some of them may be on different subnets.

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  • How can I use fibre channel hard disk in SATA or IDE port

    How can I use fibre channel hard disk in SATA or IDE port?

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  • Emulate USB thumbdrive with laptop

    I'm looking for software that would present a folder on one computer to another computer as if it were a USB thumb drive. In my job I carry around a lot of bootable USB thumb drives. What I'd like to be able to do is have a piece of software on my laptop that would allow me to: Choose any folder on...

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  • Disk Partitioning w/SQL Server 2000/2005/2008

    I recently read some information regarding aligning the Disk for use with SQL Server from Mr. Denny. My understanding is, SQL Server handles data in chunks of 64KB, so the disk drive SQL Server writes to containing data and log files should be configured to work in 64KB chunks. The articles I am...

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  • Windows not recognizing my external hard drive.

    When I plug my external hard drive into the USB, it does absolutely nothing. It doesn't recognize that a device has been connected at all. I know it's not a problem with the hard drive itself, because it works just fine when I plug it into my laptop, and I know it's not a problem with the USB port...

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  • Fibre Channel HBAs initiator or target mode for NetApp

    How can you tell if the fibre channel HBAs are in initiator or target mode in a NetApp SAN?

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  • Storage Protocol: What is the main difference between IFCP and FCIP?

    what is the main differance between IFCP and FCIP?

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  • AS/400 error MCH4429 – automatic storage overflow

    We have an iSeries 9406-525 V5R4. We have a job that runs in the evening submitted by ROBOT. It loops back and forth between 2 clp's. It builds small files, encasing the files, and emailing them to our branches, and then back to do the next file. Max number of files could be a couple of hundred. A...

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  • Spool file analysis: Calculate disk space

    Is there a way to Calculate the disk space I would get back if I use the TAATOOL cmd DLTOLDSPLF? I need to find the difference between using 90 days vs. 120 days in the command. I currently have one system that has the following information for spool files: 11/02/07 14:26:54 Display Spool Size -...

    Bruce Regis20 pointsBadges:
  • VMware ESX 3.5 not able to create a new datastore

    I am trying to create a new virtual machine on the VMware ESX 3.5 server. The server is a Dell Poweredge with a 1TB SATA disk. I am not able to open the datastore screen and create a new datastore. Any advice?

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  • Set up retention policy for deleted items folder on Exchange 2007

    How to set up retention policy for deleted item folder on exchange 2007? I would like to run the policy to empty the folder based on item age. Thank you.

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  • Transfering roles master to member Exchange Server

    How do I transfer all the roles & folders of a master Exchange server (before decommissioning it) to member Exchange Server (making this a master)? Rod

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  • What does EMC recommend as best RAID group for RAID 6, (8+2)?

    What do EMC recommend as best practices for number of disks in a raid group for RAID 6, (8+2) with SATA drives with A CX3 Clariion array?

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  • What’s the best way to store passwords in Python?

    I've been writing a program using Python and now I need to store some passwords (for FTP servers). I need to make sure these aren't visible to anyone. And it also means that I can't store a non-reversible hash of the password (like on a webserver) because I'm not checking if the password is right....

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  • How can I open an .ADP file?

    Working on a really old system that has a .ADP file. How can I open this file? Thanks

    jwandrey5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding two addtional SAN switches to the Fabric

    I have an HP eva5000 SAN with 2 controllers and 2 x 16 ports brocade switches - I have purchased two additional 16 port brocade SAN switches - how do I go about adding them to the fabric? Core Edge design maybe?

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  • HP Blade SNMP query: Getting individual blade power meeting readings

    Hi: I'm trying to get individual blade power meter readings on a HP Bladesystem c7000 enclosure through SIM. The blades have the correct ILO advanced license. The problem I'm having is finding the correct mib or oid to pull out this data. I've been looking through cpqrack but can't find anything...

    Nictotten5 pointsBadges:
  • Command router EIGRP

    In the command router eigrp 100, what does the value 100 represent?

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  • SQL Server 2008 database backup terminating abnormally

    I'm running this code for backing up and to have backup log: backup database adventureworks to disk = 'g:radvent6.bak' mirror to disk='g:radvent7.bak' with format,checksum,stop_on_error use adventureworks insert into HumanResources.department (name,groupname)values('dreee','reserch') backup log...

    Tablestructure15 pointsBadges:
  • Storing data on my server using Node.js

    How can I store data that needs to be used for all my clients on my server (using Node.js)? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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