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  • Lotus Domino Database Structure

    Hi I am trying to map a Lotus Domino Database into tables. Is is true that Views are like tables and documents are like rows in the view? Is this the right way to do it? If not, please could you explain how to do the mapping? Thank you in advance Mirkia Sadler

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  • Ristricting sites in group polices on server 2000

    hey, i recently tried to restrict certain sites in group polices for a particular group on my network, however the restriction seems to have replicated itsel to the other policies on the network including me the administrator. I went thru the group policies etc., internet securities, so on and so...

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  • IP address conflict

    Two businesses are running Small Business Server 2000, each are set to the default 192.168.0.x subnet. Business 1 need a `teleworker? VPN connection to business 2 but there is an IP address conflict. How would you resolve this?

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  • Routing Between Subnets and between networks

    1.I have two separe networks 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0 ,they r physicall connected. What should i configure and where to configure so that host of each network can connect to other host in other network. 2.I have two separe Subnets(after subnetting a class B network),they r physicall connected....

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  • Domain Administration in Linux

    Happy New year All!! Please may I be directed appropriately on what tools to use in Mandrake Linux to manage a domain, just as Active Directory is used for Windows. I also want to know if this can this can be used to administer a windows domain. Thanks

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    Happy New year All!! Please may I be directed appropriately on what tools to use in MANDRAKE/MANDRIVA Linux to manage a domain, just as Active Directory is used for Windows. I also want to know if this can this can be used to administer a windows domain. Thanks

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  • convert public folder IPM.POST to IPM.NOTE

    i have an sbs 2003 with exchange runing on it and gut a public folder that i've created for general mail to the employee's. i've routed all mail to that folder from specific account, the problem is that the mail's arrived as a IPM.POST format mails and not like the traditional mails that is more...

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  • Accessing Mail Server

    I have remote users who are not allowed on the domain... At times they need to work in the main office and log in via wireless directly to the Wirelss ADSL modem/router.. putting them in a different ip range to the domain. Internet access works well with this arrangement but they are unable to get...

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  • Networking DHCP growth

    Okay, probably a simple question for a lot, but my experience has been more along the lines of many offices, with a typical setup of a border router (cisco, firewall (watchguard, new cisco ASA's, Windows 2003 server DC, exchange server, etc....) I have been doing this a while now and have been...

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  • Telnet to a server………………

    Hi, In my network there are an application server win2k server and a firewall server(Isa server 2004).For acceessing to my application server from internet and running an exe file from this server,I need to telnet to this server(while I have a connection to internet) but it is behind of my...

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  • YouTube

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  • odd NIC problem

    Howdy all... I have a win2k3 member server with 2 onboard Intel PRO lan connections. One is 100mb the other 1000mb. On the 100mb connection, I can set either a DHCP or Static TCP address and it works fine. On the 1000mb connection, it works fine on DHCP, but absolutely refuses to connect with a...

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  • 2 NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's What would be the best way to configure and connect them using static IP? Can they be on different VLAN's? And what about Bridging them? Thanks

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  • Two NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's what would be the best way to connect and configure each NIC? Should or can they be on different VLAN's and what about bridging them? Thanks

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  • Cisco Load sharing with port forwarding different ISP’s

    I have a 1811 series router now its set with dual internet connections two different ISP's I have 2 default routes basically It should load balance between two now my concern is I need a port forwarding as we use privite space addressing. I am including current config addresses have been changed to...

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  • Static IP on LAN

    Hi All, I have 2 machine running on 2003 and 1 on XP, All 3 machine connect to a router via switches which also also has ability to generate DNS. One of the 2K3 machine is main domain controller server. All is fine, but problem occurs when I assign a static IP to an another 2K3 machine for remote...

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  • Webex

    How much bandwidth does it take to run Webex video conferencing on a T1 ??

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  • SECURE FTP SITE ON Windows 2003

    We have a Windows 2003 IIS server setup behind our firewarll which is a PIX firewall. What is the best method to establish a secure FTP site on this IIS server? I have reviewed this topic on the internet and actually talked with somebody from IPSWITCH and the best method available is to purchase a...

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  • MS 2003 FTP server-2

    Hi, I have several sites accessing applications to download them, like MS office or Antivirus Applications, from the main site. I would like to set up a MS 2003 FTP server in the main site and give authenticated access to remote sites accordingly. I would like to know if there is a way to limit the...

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