• Routing entry in SBSD

    Is there anywhere a possibility to use an exit point at the moment the system gives control to the routing entry in the subsystem description. It should be as writing your own routing entry program, but then whithout changing the subsystem description. - Making use of an exit point program somehow....

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  • DHCP assigned addres conflict

    Dear all greetings of the day. I need your help to resolve my DHCP issue. I have configured DHCP server and configured scope options. In my network clients are configured with static ip address. When I am stating to change these for dhcp assiged ip adress. The dhcp is providing the ip adress which...

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  • Exchange 2003 not able to change send and receive file size limits

    I have a user that needed to send a 50 Mb PDF file. His send and receive file size limits were 10Mb. So I changed them to 60 Mb but Exchange would not retain the new changes. It allowed me to make the change but is not retaining the changed settings and the user could still not send the file. Can...

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  • Roaming Profles and Default Printers WinXP Server 2003

    Does anyone know how default printers are handles when using Roaming Profiles with Windows XP and Server 2003? I am deploying printers per machine with GP; so all the computers do not have the same printers, but my clients are complaining that they always have to set the default printer. I thought...

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  • Inetinfo.exe service takes CPU usage…..

    Hi, I have a so slow server!!! The OS is win2003 server Enterprise edition R2 and it is SQL Server and IIS server too. When I check the cpu usage the inetinfo service takes 50% !!!!!!and my server is too slow!!! What's the problem!!!!??? What can I do!!!??? It's too urgent for me!!! Could you...

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • Telecom Integration

    What type of issues do you have regarding telecom and IT integration? For those who also are stuck with telecom management in addition to IT functions what type of processes do you use to manage this function?

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  • Data Center cabling without Patch Panels

    What are the industry best practices for cabling high density production server cabinets WITHOUT patch panels. My boss wants to eliminate the hard costs of patch panels. Networking environment is Edge to Core. Cabinet density is 40x 1U servers per cabinet. I am moving locations and increasing to 80...

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  • Domain Rename

    I recently had to rename a domain. Everthing went fine and as planed (surprise!) using the latest tools. However, when I ran gpfixup it reported that the operation completed with errors, please check. Everything seems ok. Where and what should I be checking for these errors? There doesn't seem to...

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  • Changing File Ownership to allow Disk Quota’s to work – Windows 2000

    Hello, I have a windwos 2000 domain, recently I have been trying to configure disk quotas. Problem is Disk Quotas work on file ownership and alot of the data on the server was copied over from another server when we merged with another office. Therefore a large amount of user data is owned by the...

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  • Win XP Pro & Win 2K Pro – Track Logins

    Is is possible to obtain local user sign-on information? i.e. time / date / user name. Also, what is the easiest way to create a login reports for future use. Thank you

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  • SQL Server 2000 Performance issue

    Hello! I am .Net developer.My client has more than 300 outlets for transaction sql server queries. When web application runs, SQL Server2000 occupies 100% CPU usage & uses 1.7GB memory usage. I am really confused how to minimize the CPU usage of SQL Server2000 as it slow down the performance of the...

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  • Router behind a router

    I am trying to put a Linksys WRT54G at the end of a Cat5e segment to create an extended star, off of a Netgear WGR614. I have set the 614 to have the address 192.168.1.254 with the DSL as the default gateway. I have tried to create a static route, on both the Linksys and the Netgear, and tried to...

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  • Moving into the InfoSec role

    I work at a company that currently does not have a position dedicated to information security. I come from a background in networking with a good portion of my focus on firewalls and other security related technologies. I am interested in positioning myself into the role of InfoSec Admin at my...

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  • Microsoft Exchange Transaction Logs

    Will Exchange transaction logs track changes an Exchange Administrator has made to the log purge intervals? For example, if all of a sudden, the Admin changed the intervals from purging every 7 days to purging every 2 days. Also, do transaction (or other) logs show if a specific email user...

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  • Library QGPL Best Practice Usage

    Should production Applications use QGPL to store objects and what should be put in QGPL ?

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  • Unchangeable Calendar items – setting an originator

    Hi there, I've encountered a really peculiar problem... Background: We're running an exchange server 2003, all clients use Outlook2003. Using the AD(2003) I've change a user details and email from dorothy to sigalit. The only things that I've change are her name, display name and email adrs. Few...

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  • Deriving tape header info for use in logging and messaging

    I would like an example, preferably in i5/OS CL, for a method to retreive the volume number of the tape just used for a complete system backup so that I can put out a message to the system operator queue or the system log which includes the tape volume number. I tried this with CHKTAP which puts it...

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  • Splitting One Domain Into Two

    I manage a LAN comprised of 4 subnets. My company wants one of the subnets split out into another separate domain. Call the original domain, domain A and the new domain, domain B. Both current DCs are Win 2000. A and B will each get one of the two existing DCs (because of the way the split worked...

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  • Windows 2003 Server R2 mmc error…………….

    Hi, When I use of some windows program or want to make a mmc for using windows programs it got an error about the version of mmc!!! My OS is windows 2003 Server R2,could you please help me? Thank you. --- Regards Mahnaz

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • Networking prep

    Hiya guys, I have an interview next week, and in the pre screening phone interview a few questions came up about the port numbers used in networking and what they were used for, oh yeah, and the 7 layers of the OSI module. I Know a little bit of thew OSI, but is there any online papers etc, that...

    Carl0s810 pointsBadges:

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