• VIRUS Scan

    Using the command line prompt in windows (the black box) which command i can use to scan my machine for viruses without using any virus scan tools ?

    Majedhamad0 pointsBadges:
  • Disaster Recovery – when to declare one?

    Has anyone performed a business anlaysis regarding when to activate a DR plan?  If a problem appears to be a memory that can be fixed within 4-5 hours...would you declare a disaster and move to your hot site...or would you attempt to fix the system problem and if issues still exist, then declare...

    Theoutcast5 pointsBadges:
  • Granting systems access in a DR situation

    What are some best practices for managing access rights during recovery situations. The question is particularly directed towards additional personnel or vendors that may need access to certain system functions, but only during a DR situation. How is that handled best?

    Alexsar5 pointsBadges:
  • Appropriate disaster recovery for Windows server 2003?

    What's an appropriate disaster recovery plan for Windows Server 2003? What steps do I need to take to be able to rebuild my server from only tape backups? Do I need to reinstall the OS or can I simply restore? What programs do you use?

    ITKE354,285 pointsBadges:
  • Slow boot-up in win xp home edition

    My notebook(40gb HDD, 256mb RAM)with win xp home edition has become dramatically slow in last 1-2 months. It takes more than 5 minutes to boot even after I removed everything from startup group using msconfig. The initial screen (win XP home) stays atleast 2-3minutes. How can I manage this? Is...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • reusedlt *yes

    Hi, Has reusedlt *yes behavior changed with V5R3? When I add a record to a PF that is reusedlt *yes in V5R2 is uses a record that has been deleted, however when i do the same thing on a V5R3 system it adds a new record rather than re-use one. Anyone run into this before? Thanks, Luis

    Xixones0 pointsBadges:
  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • Using NTBACKUP to recover from system failure in Exchange 2003

    I’m working for small company and is documenting and testing a disaster recovery plan for all my servers. The problem I keep running into is finding a plan that works using NTBACKUP to restore my exchange 2003 running on Windows server to its original state if system completely failed. I done...

    Dddrrr2225 pointsBadges:
  • Disaster Recovery planning

    Has anyone built a Mobile Command Trailer? We are trying to develop a Telecommunications Disaster Recovery Plan in the case of a natural disaster. Any idea's would be greatly appreciated.

    WAREAGLE15 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure disaster recovery with BrightStor ARCserve Backup

    i wanna know how to make disaster recovery to the arcserve backup?

    ATrouble5 pointsBadges:
  • Application Access Control Management

    Is there an enterprise wide software management program that can manage access to our web-based applications, vendor specific programs located thru out the entire company, and our MS applications, including MS Outlook? In other words, we would like to control all of the various software programs...

    NBf9910 pointsBadges:
  • Using online backups for corporate disaster recovery capability

    Has anyone got any experience of using (3rd party supplied) online backups as a way of creating a DR capability.  If they have, what potential risks were faced and mitigated?  

    Patch0115 pointsBadges:
  • DR Testing

    When starting our Disaster Recovery Testing, we received an "Error Reason Code #52". Has anyone ever received this error and know the reason?

    M0 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:
  • Disaster recovery for SQL 2005

    How can we setup a disaster recovery sql server? We are running SQL 2005 on a 2003 box. We need a real time exact replica we can switch to?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • ID Theft and National Security

    If it turns out, as I believe, that enemies of the United States are behind a lot of the major ID thefts in the US, that would mean that a lot of money is going to our enemies. Can we therefore surmise that those who mishandle our identity information, by means of their poor stewardship of our...

    InfoSafety75 pointsBadges:
  • SQL server files/programs vanished

    have domain server and sql server on network,  each backs each other up. users cannot access files on sql and some things seems to be missing on domain as well.  Older restore won't work, it states that files unavailable. I backed up everything I could on ext. hd's and am attempting to restore...

    uwantfries60 pointsBadges:
  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

    DboiSOBE0 pointsBadges:
  • Best practices involving admin rights for user on user system

    We are currently in the middle of figuring out the approach we are going to take in regard to a user having admin rights on their system. Typcially we set up a new user as an administrator on their system when they are logged into the domain. They don't have a local admin account on the system,...

    Kevins740 pointsBadges:
  • Mirroring SQL Server 2008 to a disaster recovery machine twice a day

    I want to mirror my SQL Server 2008 to a disaster recovery machine two times a day. Is there any free software to do this on a running SQL Server? If not, are there any cheap alternatives? Can scripts be run to copy the files over while SQL is running? Can I use shadow copy for this?

    ITKE354,285 pointsBadges:

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