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  • CAD in the Cloud

    I am looking to ritualized by SolidWorks. How can I do that?

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  • How to view .HPG file

    What can I use to view an .HPG drawing?

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  • Inactive on DISA report

    Why is there a inactive on my DISA report?

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  • Wi-Fi loaded on Amazon Alexa

    How do I get Wi-Fi on to Amazon Alexa?

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  • What are the types of resistors?

    Can someone explain to me what are the different types of resistors?

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  • Convert KDF file to a TIF file

    How do I convert a KDF file to a TIF file?

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  • Is the Asus Vivobook R517SA-XO190T 15 a good laptop?

    Can anyone tell me about this laptop: Asus Vivobook R517SA-XO190T 15? Would it be a good fit for me? What's the price on this laptop?

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  • Convert VIR to JPG

    How do I convert VIR to JPG?

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  • Changing DB2 database column name

    On my DB2 database, I'm trying to rename the column name on one of my tables. How can I do that?

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  • Dump content from IBM DB2 schema into SQL text file

    For the past few days, I've been trying to dump content from a schema (that's from a IBM DB2 server) into a SQL text file. But I'm running into a dead end. What should I do here? Is there anything like mysqldump for MySQL? Thank you.

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  • Printing to a network printer from DOS

    The need is to print a list of files from a folder. The list of files needs to print to a network (TCIP) shared network printer. The problem is that the (bat) file prints fine when run interactively but prints to the display when run from batch using a scheduled task. The DOS script is: CLS X:...

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  • Find available DB2 indexes on table

    On a DB2, how can I find all of the available indexes on my table? Is there a command for this? Thanks.

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  • Combine DB2 columns into single timestamp

    Hello all, I have a DB2 database that has two different columns: Date / Time. Can I combine these two columns into one single timestamp? Appreciate the help.

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  • DB2: Get value of last inserted ID on table

    For DB2, would there be a way for me to get the value of my last ID that was inserted in my table? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  • How a single Exchange Server 2013 on a domain can be used by other domains?

    Subject: How a single exchange (mxs 2013) on a domain can be use by other domains? Dear all, First off, thanks a lot for visiting my question. I have this current layout: I have a domain - domain name: domainA.B.C. Exchange Server 2013 FQDN: ESX.domainA.B.C (192.168.1.5) Domain controller is :...

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  • AS/400 damaged objects

    DSPOBJD displays AS/400 Objects including damaged objects Damaged objects are displayed in field ODOBDM. 0 = Not Damaged 1= Fully Damaged 2 = Partially Damaged What is a blank?

    tdigamc15 pointsBadges:
  • How to get codesys

    How do you get codesys?

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  • How to configure Syslog

    How can I configure Syslog?

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  • Which one is best for wireless network: Mac or IP?

    Which one is best for a wireless network: Mac or IP?

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  • Home Network: 2 routers, 2 computers, 2 subnets, can only ping one way

    I have a home network. 2 routers 2 computers 2 subnets. Can ping only one way. NVG589 Router1, 192.168.1.0/24, VT2142 router2, 192.168.15.0/24. Router2 can ping and save files to computers in router1. Router1 can't ping router2 or any system in router2. Help.

    Gabrial5 pointsBadges:

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