• How can I tell if a file is ASCII or EBCDIC in iSeries?

    Hi, I have to create a file to send to another location outside of our company. they ask if the file type is ASCII or EBCDIC. How do I tell what the file is on the iseries? Also when I transfer the file thru FTP do I need to define it in FTP. Thanks!

    NYRANGER245 pointsBadges:
  • System Setting For Created Libraries

    Hi Everyone. An odd question, when we create new libraries on the 400 they are automatically flagged in the SETUPBCKUP screens for Daily/Weekly and Monthly backup. Where can I change this attribute for new libraries created on the system? Thanks, Rayden.

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  • Open List of Spooled Files (QGYOLSPL) API Filter Information Format OSPF0200

    Our company has more than 85,000 spoolfiles to be filterd in different ways. I use List API QGYOLSPL with Filter Information Format OSPF0100 which was very qick. But to aply for a date range you have to use Format OSPF0200 where I got errors. Can anybody give a code example to flter usernames...

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  • Windows XP Pro Remote Desktop

    Windows XP has this wonderful additon called 'remote desktop' whereas you are supposed to be able to login and work on your office machine from home. I can do a remote desktop with all LOCAL (intralan) machines in which I have an account. The question is HOW do I do it via the WAN (internet). If...

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  • Internet connection sharing.

    Hi! Please, I would like to know if it is possible to use the Internet Connection Sharing feature on a Windows 2000 server system set up as a domain controller. If yes, is anything compromised or affected in anyway? Many thnks!

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  • Windows 2003 Terminal Service sessions will not logoff

    I manage a 2003 Terminal Server. Normally, we have 30 active sessions at a time. We run several apps including Office, Pervassive SQL client, Attachemante, and several other small apps. Users access this server from XP and 2000 clients. The server ran perfectly for many months. About 2 months ago...

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  • Hardware question – desktop fried through power surge

    PG&E, our lovely local power company, decided to pull a fun prank by cutting the power and then send a sizable surge that fried my computer. The computer was turned off but plugged in at the time. The next day the power supply was stone dead (checked with my Antec power supply tester) so I bought...

    TTSAPdude0 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking IPDS printing on AS400

    How do I pass on user information to the printer from the AS/400? That is, if I wanted to embed user and job information on the IPDS job and send it to the printer, how would I go about it? 

    As400newton5 pointsBadges:
  • Cooling Wiring closets

    What is the recommended temperature for wiring closets? We have 10-12 edge switches in our wiring closets that run anywhere from 78-80.2f. Currently there is no cooling in the closet. What are your thoughts re those temperatures? Do you think we need addtional cooling?

    Slj5 pointsBadges:
  • Data center racks: Is it easier to work in lighter colored racks?

    We're in the process of securing new racks for our data center, and I remember having difficulty working with dark colored racks, especially in the back. If we use lighter colored racks will it solve that problem? I was thinking it wouldn't absorb as much light and improve visibility when we have...

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What’s plaguing your data center?

    The Gartner report released this week revealed the top three daily challenges data center administrators have on their plates. We want to hear from our members: What are some of your toughest obstacles in the data center? What are the solutions you've considered, tried, or vetoed? The best stories...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • DBCC CHECKDB WITH repair_allow_data_loss

    before runing DBCC CHECKDB WITH repair_allow_data_loss, How can i know what table and data that will be deleted

    Dhulkifli2540 pointsBadges:
  • Remove individual font from multiple machines

    Is there an efficient way, either through group policy or script, to remove a single font from multiple Windows XP SP2 machines? I would prefer a process that does not require an admin to log in to the machines.

    EmilFrias0 pointsBadges:
  • Electromagnetic Interference on CAT5E

    What is the highest level of EMF that a CAT5E can handle before you see start seeing problems with packet

    Data17045 pointsBadges:
  • CPU not functioning

    why sometimes the cpu are not functioning and when we turn off the cpu and then we open it again it will boot up.

    Rachelly5 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting remote administration terminal sessions

    How can I limit my remote administration terminal sessions to only the console session? I mean one connection period for administration. If I connect to the terminal I want it to kick off any remote users like on the XP desktop. This is Advanced Server 2003 – Windows.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Internet Explorer 7 problems

    I have a PC that is freezing up all the time. The Task Manager "process" state that the "iexplorer.exe" is going above 80% and the CPU Usage is "100%". Most of my time, I am not using Internet Explorer. I am currently using IE 7.   Is this issue because IE 7? Should I downgrade to IE 6? Would this...

    ITgeeks35 pointsBadges:
  • Installing older Windows server on new Dell machine

    How can I install an older version of Windows Server on my new dell machine? The os loader only allows for Windows 2003 R2. We have 2003 Standard. How can I make this work?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • CPU overload on Windows XP and Windows 7 dual boot

    My pentium 4 (1.8Ghz)keeps maxing out (100%). I am running a dual boot environment (XP PRO/Windows 7). The cpu maxes out in both OS's. Any ideas?

    Bobupand25 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a comprehensive disaster recovery plan for servers

    We need to create a disaster recovery plan for each of our servers. They are all the same machine type and we have images of each. How can we create a comprehensive disaster recovery plan? What needs to go into it?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:

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