Looking for license fees for BroadVision 8.0 Portal and other software. Have already tried contacting company and getting a sales rep. Anything published?
Answer Question | March 24, 2009 8:17 PM
BroadVision, BroadVision 8.0
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 [...]
Answer Question | September 8, 2006 8:22 AM
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Hello, Is there any way one can find out the webmail access site using only the email address? Actually my friend was out of town and wanted to check her email using webmail but she had forgotten the webmail access site provided by her hosting service provider. She told me find this out but I [...]
Answer Question | March 10, 2010 5:09 AM
BroadVision, Content management applications, Corporate portal applications, DHCP, DNS, IPv4, Microsoft Windows, Network protocols, Networking, Networking services, TCP, Tech support, Web services, Web Services Standards, Web site design & management
I am working on project of starting a city based Portal. and was looking for ideas, which can make it success. the city is an industrial hub of Punjab (a state in india) Please suggest the contents.
Answer Question | June 8, 2005 1:46 AM
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Good day, we are using windows2000 smallbusiness server in our organisation with Exchange,Dns and Isa server configured. 1. I want to monitor the internet usage by the users. 2. I want to take a report on monthly or daily basis how much mb/gb utilised By Each User. Thanks for u’r reply in advance.
Answer Question | December 29, 2004 1:55 AM
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