• More BTUs than a backyard BBQ?

    TorontoMCS wrote: Has anyone actually been able to fully populate an HP blade server rack with 5 enclosures and 40 BL20p-G2 blades and manage to keep them cool? If so, how?? The numbers we get from HP would suggest the entire rack would put out more BTU's than a large backyard BBQ. Thnx. gregschulz...

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  • Excel Help

    What I have now is a simple excel spreadsheet to input numbers and info. What I want to do with it is make it a template and have one cell in the top left corner to add a new number in order each time a new user opens it. For example in the cell would be number 123 and the next time when someone...

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  • Web services and SOA

    What is the difference between Web services and service-oriented architectures?

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  • My backup config needs scaling help

    I am currently working at a small company that has been experiencing a lot of growth. Over 90% of our data lies in the scanned images stored on our server. The structured layout of these images are held in a MS SQL 2000 db and served out using vendor software. For our local site I have a Dell...

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  • SOS! Volume Span, Hard Drive span, Dynamic Hard Drives HELP!

    I have a server that has two hard drives, a C: and a D:. They both contain 186 gb each drive. Unfortunately my C drive is full, and I need to add D: to C's volume. I read that they both needed to be a Dynamic drive before merging them together, and I was able to convert D to a Dynamic drive. I was...

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  • i5 Capacity Planning

    We are planning to procure a single i5 server to replace the existing iseries machines - 600 & 620. Any help/methods/procedures to follow on sizing the new i5 server will be helpful.

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  • Datawarehouse building – datamart specification: how would you engage a scattered userbase?

    We are currently building a datawarehouse and will need to engage the customers in order to successfully specify the datamarts, a search functionality, etc. All of the technicalities are scoped and being put in place. The question hence directs itself to successfully engaging the customer base,...

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  • Unable to Delete c:winntsystem32os2 folder

    I am trying to remove the OS/2 Subsystem components installed to harden my Win2000 server. Although I managed to delete all files in c:winntsystem32os2 and in all its subfolders (by clearing dllcache), I still couldn't delete c:winntsystem32os2 and c:winntsystem32os2dll. I have already completed...

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  • Enterprise Popup and Spyware Management

    I would like to know if anyone has found a good enterprise-type solution to control the increasing popup and spyware problem.

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  • 1700 series Router Slow functionality

    One of my Customer reports that his Router(1700 series of Cisco) is running SLOW.I don't understand what he means.Is there any means to ascertain that the functionality of Router is Slow?Any commands to view that status? I believe if a router is felt functioning SLOW,either we may need to increase...

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  • ORA-01033 Oracle Initialization or Shutdown in progress & cannot log into sqlplus.

    My Database is in limbo at the moment and i'm trying to get it shut down properly and restarted. I'm getting the ORA-01033 and from I understand from reading posts..i'm to log in as sys/password as sysdba. When I do this, sqlplus is returning the error message: ORA -01031 Insufficient privileges....

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  • Installing Oracle 9i Standard Edition on Windows Server 2003 with Xeon CPU: Why does Java Virtual Machine fail?

    We are replacing an old NT 4.0 server with a new Windows Server 2003, the new hardware (a Compaq ProLiant) equipped with Intel Xeon CPU. The old server was running a couple of database instances in Oracle 8i Standard Edition, which we want/need to replace with the 9i version. The installation files...

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  • Mac OS9 client selectively not connecting to Windows 2000 server

    Hi, I have OS9.2 clients which are having some kind of TCP/IP issue connecting to one of our Win2k DCs. Appletalk is working fine (printers are available, the server name can be resolved) but the authentication (TCP/IP stage) times out. No changes have been made to security on the server (clear...

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  • Mainframe security / Racf

    My first time on ITKE , so please forgive, but why do I not see any RACF/Top Secret/ACF2 related issues? It should be under security, or not ? Thanks Pieter

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  • Network UserID Creation/Change

    Looking for White Papers, Best Practices, Your Practice...on UserIDs What should a Network UserID look like for strong security? I don't believe it should contain any part of the user's legal name. Agree? So what do you use to create a UserID? Should a user be able to change their UserID? Thanks...

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  • Microsoft Word 2003 and files opening in read only form

    The platform is Windows XP and the application is Word 2003. I have a user that when she opens a file it opens a window that says the file is in read only and would she like to continue in that format or have the ability to change the document. She clicks no and the document opens normally. When...

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  • Lotus Script Error Message: Subscript out of range.

    I've recently taken over support of a homegrown Notes database. An agent runs daily in this database on all documents and pulls data from a flat file (which lives on the same server as database) and uses subroutines to process adds, deletes and changes to person docs in a Name and Address Book....

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  • AD Group Policy Documentation

    What is the best and most expedient way to document Group Policy Settings either policy by policy or (preferbly) all policies for a domain as we are a low budget goverment team and would prefer to use something available with the 2000 Server or Server Resource Kit programs. It does not have to be...

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  • Windows XP home

    Can anyone confirm or deny that Windows XP home edition can not participate in an MS windows environment with a domain. i.e. I want to join a pc running windows xp home edition to an MS windows 2000 domain.

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  • Citrix Server V/s Terminal Server

    Hi All, Just wondering what is the basic difference betyween the citrix server and terminal server. 1) Security point of view. 2) End-User point of view. 3) Network Bandwidth. etc. etc. Best Regards Vijay Mishra

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