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    Hi Friends I have X 3400 IBM Server. When I boot it it is showing me the blue screen and give the memory dump error. Will you please anyone help me out from this error.

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  • Outlook 2003

    I have a problem with Outlook rebooting as it's receiving mail. Is there a known issue with this? Running CA security suite from RoadRunner on an XP machine. Would an Outlook repair do the job? Or uninstall, reboot and reinstall be better?

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  • Can I call upon the username of someone logged into the pc, and use it in a web link?

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  • Dynamic updates to a DNS Server

    What Windows Operating Systems support dynamic updates to a DNS Server? Which service needs to be running on the clients?

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  • What is NAT port forwarding?

    Describe in brief how you would set up port forwarding on a NAT router to allow a PC on the LAN to publish its web to the internet.

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  • how blades can benefit from virtualisation

    I wat to know if more bales can be combined into one large serevr pool to accomodate for server resource expansions

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  • Advantage to expand IT networks to enable physical security applications like IP video

    A questions emailed to us Is there a clear advantage and ROI to expand IT networks to enable physical security applications such as IP video. These applications typically require significant bandwidth resources.

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  • wireless security cameras

    I am looking for a wireless security camera that comes with software compatible with windows XP for monitoring and recording. Does any one know where I can find one?

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  • DHCP relay Agent in DELL switches

    I have windows 2003 servers and Dell 62XX series switches (level 3 switches) and Vlans. As I understand in order for a computer to be able to receieve an IP Address via dhcp I need relay agent. This series of switches supports DHCP Relay my question is how would i assign computer to a specific...

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  • Default User Profile

    I am in the unenviable position of administering an existing Windows2000 network consisting of one computer running Windows2000 server and three workstations running Windows2000 professional. They are configured as a domain. I would like to be able to set up a default user profile that would have a...

    Skyhawk8060 pointsBadges:
  • The time is wrong in one of my Domain controllers…………..

    Hi, There is something wrong in my domain from one week ago!!! I have two domain controller,the first dc name is DC and second is Mail,both of them is GC and the OS is Win 2003 server R2 sp1 I set the time of Mail and other clients by GP acording the time of DC: (net time \dc /set /y) I have some...

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  • Lost Global Catalogue

    My Windows 2003 PDC recently died but prior to this I had transfered the operations master roles including schema master to my BDC. I was convinced my BDC was a Global Catalogue server but didn't get a chance to check before my PDC died. This happened just before I went away for 2 weeks and I only...

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  • Disappearing User Profiles

    We run a domain with windows 2003 aqnd server 2000 enterprise servers and XP workstations. Recently we have had trouble with user profile folders missing parts. One day a user is logged on no problem, next day they get a new profile with none of their files. If you look in the old profile the only...

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  • rollover cable: What would happen if pin 3 on the left cable end were attached to pin 3 as with a straight-thru cable?

    What would happen if pin 3 on the left cable end were attached to pin 3 as with a straight-thru cable?

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  • Bandwidth on Transmission facility

    If I have a OC3 (155 MB/s) facility, pracitically do I have 155MB/s of bandwidth on the send and receive side simulatneously. So in short my question is this: Is the total BW available=2*155 MB less whatever overhead there may be?

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  • client/server

    impacts of client/server on globalisation

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  • security problem

    Hello, I have small workgroup having 10 computers in my office. I do some personal work in office like using yahoo messenger, checking personal e-mails and some online banking site. But how does one of my senior knows it? I do everything lonely and securely so that nobody in the office knows it....

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  • Data Cener consulting

    We are planning to build a tier IV data center and seeking professional help assist us to plan a green data center. please mail us scope of services and costs

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  • physical network infrastrcture design question

    Concerning the physical network design in Data Centers which have quite a mix of high density blade centers, small 1-U servers, storage, mainframe, etc., I'd like to hear what standards are being followed. Are you using fiber fed switches to each rack, patch panels in each rack, cat5 or cat6 e,...

    Penny25 pointsBadges:
  • Availability management metrics

    Hi, Whats are various method to calculate Availability? Whats are the consideraions for availability management?

    NeeleshPujari5 pointsBadges:

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