• The IT Blog Top 10: Oct. 29, 2009

    10. Choosing a block size when creating VMFS datastores Eric Siebert has written a guide on how to choose the right size for VMFS datastores. 9. How to use command line arguments in VBScript via the Wscript.Arguments Object Jerry Lees explains a helpful VBScript trick. 8. Using VRDP to view...

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  • What is LSARPC?

    We have Windows 2003 Servers as our domain controller. We are facing some problem with CPU utilization. When I captured to traffic using sniffers I figured out a protocol called LSARPC  which is frequently used by clients to communicate with Domain Controllers. I am wondering what is this LSARPC?

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  • Transferring SQL 7 DB to SQL 2005 DB

    Hi to all, I have a Dell PowerEdge server having an SQL 7 DB on it and I want to transfer these DB to the new IBM Server having an SQL 2005 Server Standard Edition. I am not experienced enough to database administration. Can someone guide me through this please? Thanks, Bert

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  • How do I calculate the 48-bit of a MAC address?

    How do I calculate the 48-bit of a MAC address

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  • NIC info via script

    Hiya all, I have made a script (Copy and paste from microsoft, then tweak!!!!) to give me certain PC specs, and want to know how to add the NIC information to it, the script gvies me PC name, manufacturer, CPU make, model, speed, RAM, VGA adapter, and i just wanna add the NIC to it. If I can do...

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  • Mac Office 2011 – Export Calendar items in Outlook to Excel

    I need to be able to export the calendar from Mac Office Outlook to Excel. I have always been able to do this and my most recent software was Windows Office 2007.  In the Office 2007 they added an extra step and made it necessary to down load to a File and a Comma Separated Value which converts...

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  • Using multiple OS with the same server

    I have a single HP Prolient server which I normally use for testing applications. Now I need to test application on multiple OS. I may also need to automate the test setup to spend minimum time in testing for each of the OS. What will be the best way to use the same server and test with multiple...

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  • UPS needed!

    Hi, I'm looking for a USP that supports- USB/SERIAL connection. At least one 3-PIN CONNECTION (to allow Router connection) Business software to allow for email\Text etc power warning service and AVR. PT

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  • How to enter a competitive server

    There is a server that's opened at a specific time of the day. Is that why it's so hard to enter this server? So what can we do to enter in this busy server? Can anyone help please?

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  • What tools are being used to diagram server architecture?

    What tools are being used to diagram server architecture? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • Performance Tracking of Stored Procedures

    We have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...

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  • Which are better, blades or virtual servers?

    The cost of blades seems higher and the highly proprietary nature of blades seems to make it much less attractive. So is it better to virtualize blades or rack mounted servers? How do they compare in terms of power, HVAC, floorspace, racks and software costs?

  • View Hidden Files in Windows Server 2000

    Hello, I have a Win 2000 Server in a small workgroup. I can't can't see and open hidden files. I tried changing everything in Folder options and editing Hidden and SuperHidden attributes in registry but no luck. After changing the Registry, when I try to view hidden files, registry changes back to...

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  • Performance counters

    Can anyone give my a good set of numbers to go by when I'm looking at my counters. I know everyones counters are different some but I would like to get an idea of what is good and what is bad regarding memory. If anyone could help it would be great. Thank you. JM

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  • NTFS editor

    It looks like I have a corrupt folder in an NTFS file system. Way, way back, pre-Symantec, Norton Utilities used to have a low-level file system (FAT) viewer and editor. This came in handy when file system errors were encountered. Is there any measure I could take to view and perhaps edit the NTFS...

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  • System i and Windows virtualization

    We have an system i 520 with integrated windows server (no hard disk) connected to an NWS via an ixa adapter. I would like to run several virtual servers on this system but have been told that VMware ESX is not supported on this configuration. Does anybody know if this is possible or if there is...

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  • Oracle In Linux

    How can I able to get and work with Oracle in Linux platform. I am using RedHat Linux 9.0.

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  • Staging Server

    What is a staging server? In what context it is used?

    Jaideep Khanduja9,635 pointsBadges:
  • Something is slowing down my server Dell PowerEdge 1800

    Almost every day something starts running on the server and performance slowly grinds to a stop causing me to have to reboot. I look at the processes and the only ones showing up are store.exe and system. There are no Events in the Event Viewer to shed some light as to what is hanging up the...

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  • Procedures for a new area

    We are a company where we have experience on network remote administration and now we have open a new area, The area of security. Now I need to start to make new procedures like when a new customer come to us and ask if we can handle the security for his network. I need to know if some one can...

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