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    We are moving from a Win NT server and Win NT Workstation environment that use Win NT roaming profiles to something new. The roaming profiles have come in handy since 1) some folks work in several areas, and 2) the mfg shop floor folks use whatever PC they can find that is unused at the time. We...

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  • New Point System and Rankings

    I do like the new point system but parts of it are confusing.[o:p][/o:p] When you display ranking by topic it is confusing because the columns for questions asked, answered and knowledge points is a total value not an indication of amounts for that particular topic. Thus someone does not have any...

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  • Open IT Forum: What IT conferences are you attending this year?

    Below is a list of the conferences IT Knowledge Exchange is planning on attending in 2011. If you or your company is planning on attending any of them, we'd love to see you there. Let us know if our schedules match up, or tell us which conferences you are going to. RSA Conference, February...

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  • Free IT Book: Drupal’s Building Blocks

    Today's free IT book is an essential addition to any developer's library: Drupal's Building Blocks. Learn how to quickly build web sites with CCK, Views, and Panels, all by answering one of five questions and posting the link to your answer in the discussion area below. A particular IP range cannot...

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  • Earn 50 knowledge points by tweeting out our iPad contest!

    We'll give you 50 knowledge points for sending out a tweet about our iPad contest, happening now through February 16th! Spread the word, earn points, and qualify yourself for an iPad or Amazon.com gift card! Contest details at the Community Blog.

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  • Earn 250 Knowledge Points now by tweeting out our contest

    We've recently added 250 Knowledge Points to the following profiles for tweeting out our Google Nexus One Challenge: JaideepkhandujaOwenAmbroseCarlosdlRyan8613MarkK Tweet out our Google Nexus One Challenge now and you can also earn the 250 Knowledge Point bonus. Remember that you don't have to be...

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  • IT Knowledge Exchange’s iPad Contest Starts Today!

    Today marks a new contest around IT Knowledge Exchange. The Lowdown (i.e. The Rules**) Every member who earns 500 knowledge points in the next 4 weeks (between today and Wednesday, February 16th) will be entered into a drawing for 5 names. You must have a completed profile including a photo or...

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  • Email Notification If Scheduled Task In Windows Fails

    Hi All, I have scheduled an archiving process using the Scheduled Tasks in windows (2000 server). The task is running fine as per the schedule. But everyday I have to manually check whether it went fine or not. Is there any way by which I can send an email notification if the scheduled task fails...

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  • Open IT Forum: How much of your sensitive information can you trust to outside organizations?

    What is your limit for how much of your information security program you outsource to contractors? Is it better to develop information security expertise solely in your employees or is it acceptable to outsource to an external expert? Hiring security service providers and contractors to manage...

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  • How to find the questions that I have asked

    Hi, Can anyone let me know where to find the question that I have asked..

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  • Sticker giveaway: Ask a great question, receive a free IT Knowledge Exchange sticker

    We've recently received some spanking new IT Knowledge Exchange stickers and we'd like to send them to you, our steadfast question-askers. The rules are simple: Ask a question in the community, then send me an e-mail with: Link to the questionYour preferred mailing address We'll mail you a free IT...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • BPCS asset client server display programs

    Three questions: 1. Can a BPCS display program be modified in Asset and run successfully in a client server environment? Getting cpf4103 error,"device *requestor not found". 2. Can the display files be changed in the client server environment? 3. can the client server display programs run from...

    Modiyooch540 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server auto-reply setup

    We have an exchange server that has been servicing records as follows: user1@alpha.company.com is an alias for user1@bravo.company.com. All mail destined for alpha is forwarded to bravo e-mail address. We now need to only use the @bravo.company.com e-mail and set up an auto reply on the...

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  • what is a program code to simulate the behaviour of CSMA/CD protocol over Ethernet?

    what is a program code to simulate the behaviour of CSMA/CD protocol over Ethernet?

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  • Can you get two pairs of 10/100 connections out of a four-pair Cat 5 cable?

    On a Cat 5 cable with four pairs I know that you can get 10/100 TX out of one pair which is the IEEE 802 standard. But can you also utilize the other two pairs for an additional 10/100 TX network drop? Will this work? Where is it stated that you cannot do this if it does work and someone is saying...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • We’ll trade you an Xbox 360 for your knowledge!

    The holidays are approaching and so is your next chance to win an Xbox 360 by simply doing what you do around IT Knowledge Exchange. Between today and December 15th, the three members who accumulate the most knowledge points will win some great prizes:   1st Prize: Xbox 360 with 250GB hard drive &...

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  • Blocking the use of web proxies.

    Currently we are using a filter by 8e6 technologies called the R3000. The device works great accept for the fact that users can go to a web proxy and get to blocked web sites bypassing our filter. Is there a way to block the proxy traffic as well? Or do I have to manually block the access to the...

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  • What kind of web server should we get?

    I'm working for a company that wants to buy a server to host its website. The company will sell iPhone/iPad apps, and the website is used to provide information.   The website will have the following:  -A forum  -RSS feed  -imbedded youtube videos  The server's responsibilities are: ...

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  • “map drive” IFS

    Hello, We have a ?LAN without any server Windows OS in it? , so everybody is a client (with fixed IP). The only ?server? we have, is our iSeries i5 (V5R3) with iSeries Access(CA) installed (also on the clients). We cannot ?map drive? the IFS f.e. root with \QS6555A8Aroot (or anything else on the...

    Hahajokes5 pointsBadges:
  • Who are project managers reporting up to?

    Do project managers in your enterprise report up to the CIO, or someone else? Any advice on making sure IT projects stay on track and actually take into interest what the rest of the company is looking for?

    ITKE350,385 pointsBadges:

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