• SMTP routing groups

    Hi there, I am running exchange 2000 on four different servers, we have 2 domains and three of these servers are in 1 domain and one other server is sitting on its own domain. THe routing group status on the server in HQ is set to unreachable for all groups. One more thing, emails between the HQ &...

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  • Staffing an enterprise level data center

    A SearchDataCenter.com member recently asked: What is best practice for staffing an enterprise level data center in terms of FTE numbers? Is there a model that states a minimum of 2 FTE's per shift for safety and then an FTE per number of monitors?

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  • exchange 2000 gal

    I have a two duplicate items in my gal. one is valide one is not. they are public folders,How do I delete the invalide gal entry. both seem to point to the same public folder??

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  • career

    What's the best way to move up in IT? I'm aiming towards network/systems administration. I've been in the field of network support for a little over 3 years, mostly dealing with microsoft servers. What would be my best move? Should I get any kind of training/certification or go back to school?...

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  • Mainframe Datasets & EBCDIC codepages

    Hi all, I am 'stuck' & would appreciate some of your time to consider my question below please....... We have some in-house written software which converts data from ASCII to EBCDIC & visa-versa (amongst other functions...) One of our marketing agencies have recently started using a process (on...

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  • Are FIPS and other NIST InfoSec standards and criteria accepted commercially?

    I know that information security decision makers and policy makers within the Federal government rely heavily on standards such as FIPS certification from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). How much weight is there placed on a product or service that has met certification...

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  • aaa authorization ?

    Which of the following authorization commands are valid? (we have to choose 2 correct) A. aaa authentication exec home radius B. aaa accounting exec home radius C. aaa authorization default none D. aaa authorization exec home radius E. aaa authorization network default enable F. aaa authorization...

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  • Logon Authentication

    We have two domain controllers one in USA and the other one in INDIA both are on windows 2003 standard edtion, some of the XP and 2000 clients in USA are authenticating themselves against the domain controller in INDIA, how do we solve this issue and revert back the authenticating servers for...

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  • Power over ethernet

    How does Powere over ethernet connect from a switch for wireless?

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  • Use of voice & Data on T1

    I have a business with two sites geographically seperated but have just installed a T1 line and now need equipment to get everything to talk. I want to split the T1 to offer voice and Data. I have 8 computers on either side and plan on having a microsoft exchange server in one site. I use...

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  • Getting end users to buy into Linux/OpenOffice move

    We'd like to move from Windows desktops and MS Office to Linux and OpenOffice.org. Our users are concerned that they'll have to spend many hours learning how to use a new desktop. What's the best way to get them up and going quickly? We need them to buy in to this to make it happen.

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  • Export data out of tables in Lotus Notes

    I have one form with about six tables consisting of six columns, 25 rows each table. How can I export each table out of notes into excel, is there a tool that I can use Regards,

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  • Secure File Transfer for Mainframe systems

    I would like to transfer files from Unix machine to Mainframe system (using Unix machine as client). The transfer process need to be secure (ie. data sent thro network should be encrypted using 128-bit encryption algorithm). I came to understand that SFTP server is not available for Mainframe...

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  • iSeries NetServer Support for Windows Network Neighborhood

    I get iSeries NetServer Support for Windows Neighborhood work fine with OS/400 V5R1 by configuring NetServer through iSeries Navigator. However, the same operation does not work with OS/400 V4R2. Are there any PTFs that need to be applied? Your help is very much appreciated. Sincerely, OUMAROU

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  • Automatic print of email attachments

    I have recently changed over to a virtual fax methodology for the company whereby all faxes arrive as a pdf attachment to a designated email address. One area requires all received faxes to be be printed, how can the pdf attachments by automatically printed?

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  • wireless access points DHCP and drive mapping

    Hello all, I recently installed wireless access points in my organization. They are configured to set automatically via DHCP on a 2000 server machine. It seems to work fine. But when I map a drive on client laptops running XP Pro and set it to reconnect at logon the drive either mysteriously...

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  • HP 4200 and XP SP2

    Since upgrading some computers to SP 2 they are no longer able to print bold fonts to the HP 4200N network computer. I have tried both the PCL 5e driver and the PCL 6 driver. Any thoughts, or others that have seen this issue?

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  • Upgrade to SQL Server 2005 sooner or later?

    Hello, I'm the editor of SearchSQLServer.com and I am hoping to get your opinons on a timely topic. Prior to Microsoft announcing its November 7 release date for SQL Server 2005, we had run a poll asking site members: How have the delays with SQL Server 2005 affected your organization's plans? 58%...

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  • Auto-Reply Message for mailbox

    Good Morning Exchange God!, Is there a way to have an instant reply message that reads:" Verbiage" When someone sends an email to the mailbox whaterver@something.com, I know we can set it up with the out of the office assistant, but the subject line is appended with Out Of office message. Thanks in...

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  • internet connection through local subnet

    I would like to set up a windows 2000 server with 2 nics so that the subnet attached to nic 1 could access the internet connection of the subnet attached to nic 2. I only need access to the internet connection, but NOT to the nic 2 subnet. I presume that NAT might be a good idea but would like more...

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