Do you have port 443 open?
View Answer | June 28, 2005 12:33 PM
Application management, Client management, Database issues, DataManagement, E-mail applications, Exchange, Exchange 2003, Installation, Maintenance, Migration, Outlook, Tech support
Hello brebeck, I imagine that you’ve already finished this policy, but I have a couple of pointers that I hope are not “too little, too late”. My first question is simple, do you have a remote access VPN that your users will be logging into? If you have some sort of secure VPN, then wireless [...]
View Answer | June 22, 2005 3:26 PM
DataManagement, Mobile, Wireless
Could you give us some particulars for your servers? For instance, what post-sp6a hotfixes are installed on the server? What service pack is installed for Exchange 5.5? What hotfixes are installed on top of that? Knowing those things will help us determine the possible cause(s) of your issue.
View Answer | June 13, 2005 9:40 AM
DataManagement, E-mail applications, Exchange, Exchange 5.5, Hardware, Installation, Microsoft Windows, Migration, Networking, Outlook, Tech support
Your best bet here is to either make a wireless bridge (two APs, one at each end) or find a window to aim your antenna at. Wireless is still a bit of an art as to what substances it will travel through – you never know when someone has bolstered up a wall with a [...]
View Answer | June 10, 2005 5:34 AM
I’m pretty sure you can’t use MSN Messenger, you have to use the Windows Messenger. MSN Messenger doesn’t support RVP. Download Windows Messenger 5.0 (or 5.1) they both support SIP, RVP and .NET service. David
View Answer | June 9, 2005 10:30 AM
Active Directory, Administration, AOL, Application management, Client management, Database issues, DataCenter, DataManagement, DHCP, Disaster Recovery, DNS, E-mail applications, Ethernet, Exchange, Exchange 2000, Exchange Server ActiveSync, Hardware, Help Desk, HTTP, IMAP4, Installation, Instant Messaging, Lotus Domino, Mail protocols, Maintenance, Microsoft Windows, Migration, Network management software, Networking, Networking services, Outlook, Security management, Servers, SMTP, Tech support, Third-party services, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Yahoo
B is 11 mb, max. G can go up to 54 mb and has more range than B, but is an upgrade of B. If one B client attaches to your G network, everything reverts to B speeds. I have to assume G+ is the upcoming WiMax. This will extend the range of G to [...]
View Answer | June 7, 2005 10:49 AM
From safe mode,try unintalling the Drivers that recently updated,this error occurs due to installation of GoBack.uninstall Goback.You cannot uninstall GoBack in Safe mode. 1. Restart your computer. 2. During the startup process, press SPACE to access GoBack’s menu options. 3. When prompted, enter the option for Disable GoBack, and then allow the computer to complete [...]
View Answer | June 7, 2005 4:53 AM
Biometrics, Call Centers, CIO, Compliance, CRM, Customer relationship management applications, Data analysis, Data center operations, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, DataCenter, Desktop management applications, Desktop security, Desktops, DHCP, Digital certificates, Disaster Recovery, DNS, E-mail applications, ERP, Exchange, Graphical User Interfaces, Hardware, Help Desk, IBM, Identity & Access Management, Implementation, Information risk management, Installation, Intel, Intel PC hardware, IT architecture, LANDesk, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Networking Products, Networking services, Operating system platforms, PeopleSoft, Performance/Tuning, Physical security, Policies, Power management, provisioning, Registry, Risk management, Security, Security management, Security products, Security Program Management, Security tokens, Servers, Single sign-on, System utilities, Systems management software, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Vendors, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows client administration and maintenance
Dear Mr. Rudy Schubert, Being new to the field of RFID, I would have your opinion about “RFID and Patient Safety”. Is this really possible ?? I hope, I am asking the right person for advice. regards, Abheejeet
View Answer | May 30, 2005 11:54 AM
802.11 networking equipment, DataManagement, IT architecture, Networking, Tech support, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless routers, Wireless standards
Hi, May be it’s not the right place to make commericals, but when the offered service has a good quality, why not? I’m using the SMS web service from www.ipipi.com. This service is an “intelligent” mail to SMS gateway. You can send your SMS to an email address and they will forward it to mobiles, [...]
View Answer | May 28, 2005 5:02 AM
BEA, BEA WebLogic, Cape Clear Cape Connect, Hardware, IBM, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Windows, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Plumtree, SAP, Sybase, Systinet WASP, TIBCO
The iPAQ hx4700 has the Outlook client already built into it. How you connect the mobile clients is all dependant on your requirements. They could connect to a WAP (Wireless Access Point), use ActiveSync on a workstation, or potentially connect via a carrier to an ISP and access your server remotely. You can start your [...]
View Answer | May 25, 2005 10:20 PM
802.11 networking equipment, Auditing, Biometrics, BlackBerry, Corporate Financial Applications, DataManagement, Digital certificates, ERP, Exchange, Firewalls, Forensics, Handheld devices, Help Desk, Identity & Access Management, Imanage, Implementation, Incident response, Intrusion management, IT architecture, Network applications management, Network management software, Network monitoring, Network security, Network testing, Networking, Outsourcing, Palm OS, Planning, Protocol analysis, provisioning, Remote management, RFID, Security, Security management, Security products, Security tokens, Single sign-on, Symbian, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, VPN, Windows Mobile, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless standards
V5R3 PTF MF34478 has something to do with reuse of deleted records. Actually, PTF MF34836 is the latest supercede PTF. It has a lot of co-reqs, so I would install the latest HIPER PTF package (SF99529)along with the Database group package (SF99503)and of course, the Cumulative PTF Package of SF99530. Good luck!
View Answer | May 24, 2005 6:45 AM
Backup & recovery, Data center operations, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Database Management Systems, DB2, DB2 administration, DB2 Implementation, Disaster Recovery, Hardware, Help Desk, i5, IBM, iSeries, OS/400, Performance/Tuning, Security management, Software Quality Assurance, System monitoring, Tech support, tips and tricks, Tools
As a design consultant I would recommend that you use Cisco Access points (1200 series are excellent), with a BlueSocket front end. This will allow them to seamlessly roam between AP’s as well as create a secure connection between client and the network. All wireless communication is basically run thru a VPN type connection. Fully [...]
View Answer | May 21, 2005 7:49 AM
802.11 networking equipment, 802.11b, 802.11g, Application software, CIO, DataManagement, Desktops, DHCP, DNS, Hardware, Help Desk, Implementation, IPv4, IT architecture, Network Interface Cards, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking Products, Networking services, Operating system platforms, Peripherals, Planning, Security, Servers, Services, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Vendors, WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows Mobile, Wired Equivalency Privacy, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers, Wireless standards, WPA
With respect to “history,” there would seem to to two cases: 1) situations in which you want to be able to report history based on “truth” as you then saw it, and 2) situations in which you want to report based on the improved version of “truth” made possible by better “deduping.” As an example [...]
View Answer | May 18, 2005 9:02 PM
CRM, Customer relationship management applications, Data warehousing applications, IBM, Oracle
go to www.p-com.com/products/products.html I didn’t have to time to sort through it, but it looks like there is a fair bit of info. Paul
View Answer | May 17, 2005 7:20 AM
3Com, Cabling, DataCenter, DataManagement, Hardware, Hubs, Networking, Networking Equipment, QoS, Routers, Switches, Wireless, Wireless routers
Not sure if this will do exactly what you want; I’ve successfully used Giovani Perotti’s freeware MMAIL utilities with command CVTSPLSTMF to convert spool files to PDF files, you could then transfer these over to the PC via QNTC? There is also a IBM product you have to pay for “Infoprint” mentioned on the MMAIL [...]
View Answer | May 17, 2005 7:08 AM
AS/400, Call Centers, Data analysis, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Development, ERP, Exchange, Hardware, Help Desk, IBM, Knowledge management applications, Lifecycle development, Servers, Software, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support
your “situation” as a Master of Computer Science – needs to be speeled out in detail! Programming alone is NOT CSci! Your “Background” is really NOT MENTIONED here at all! U could provide a short form resume w some personal data, when you next ask this question. It will give us a far better idea [...]
View Answer | April 29, 2005 8:48 PM
Business Information Warehouse, Data analysis, E-business, ERP, IT architecture, R/3, SAP
No. If you had a device at the tv end to translate the data and then pipe it to the tv you could, but this is not cheap.
View Answer | April 19, 2005 10:07 AM
visit www.devx.com for help in vb, internet, database and several other technology topics.
View Answer | April 15, 2005 2:42 AM
What you may be looking for is DB2 Personal Edition. Check: http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/db2/udb/edition-pe.html I don’t know about the RPG compiler but I’ll bet there is.
View Answer | April 13, 2005 9:27 AM
Business Objects, CA Ingres, Cognos, Data analysis, Data Junction, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Database Management Systems, Development, Hardware, IBM, Information Builders, Instant Messaging, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Windows, MySQL, Servers, Software
I’m not sure if its different for E2K3, but with E2K if you have a Public folder connection agreement on your ADC, In System manager or 5.5 Admin you can manually replicate the root folders and propogate that setting down the pf tree. John.
View Answer | April 5, 2005 8:14 PM
DataManagement, Exchange, Exchange 5.5, Installation, Migration, Tech support