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  • Verifying a restore in Windows Server 2008

    Is there a tool, or tools, that I can use to verify that a restored file structure is complete in Windows Server 2008? I'm looking for a tool that will: Record all the names of files / folders in a specific directory Calculate checksums for each filed encountered Actually save the index in a...

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • Customize Lotus Notes file name when saving email as EML file

    Is it possible with Lotus Notes 8.5.2 to customize the name of the EML file when you drag and drop an email on the file server?

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  • XLS FILE need to be pulled into IFS using FTP from file server system

    How can we upload an XLS file to AS/400 IFS folder using FTP from file server system? We already tried doing using Binary Transfer and it didn't work. XLS data is ASCII file transfer mode didn't work.

    AS400PERFORMACE60 pointsBadges:
  • IP address for local server

    How do I find the IP address of a file server on my as400

    Lacag100 pointsBadges:
  • How to set administrator rights on files and folders without harming the current rights (windows Server 2003)

    I scanned our file server for huge files and encountered several files and folders (450+ folders 30K+ files) that have not the [local-fileserver]localadministrator account assigned. Is there a way to push these administrator rights trough a folder top-down, but respecting the rights already present...

    Illiam5 pointsBadges:
  • Defragmenting hard drive on Windows Server 2003

    When does a hard drive on a hardly used Windows 2003 server need to be de-fragmented? The server is a file server and has files written and removed from it several times a week and is accessed by ~25 users. Can we set an alert when we hit a hard fragmentation level?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • virus – W32.STUXNET!INK

    I have a file server 2003 which is shared by various depts via their respective folders with their access permission. Unfortunately, one of those folders were infected by virus W32.STUXNET!INK....this virus created several shortcuts of the folders within the main folder but the dept could not...

    Informations30 pointsBadges:
  • Online File Server

    Currently our 15 person company has an outdated desktop server. We are looking at changing to an online server for all of our programs and files so that we have access even while traveling. Where can I find the best secure companies to handle our files including financials?

    Dwodz5 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking access to internal file server based on IP address

    Can we block users based on IP address from accessing our internal file server containing confidential material. Windows Server 2003 R2 standalone.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Windows server 2003 file server configuration

    i have server 2003 install in acomputer.i will like to install a file or an application on the server, which could be access by the other workstation connected on the network.please what is the procedure on the server and the workstation to accomplish this tax.i mean how will i configure both the...

    Happyday5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2008 File server default path

    Hi friends, Please can anyone provide me the default path for file server in Windows 2008 server.At present I am not able to view the files in the file server as the folders are being shown as shortcuts.Please help me.Thanks in advance.  

    senmalar210 pointsBadges:
  • Win2008 Clustering DHCP Servers

    Hi I've been asked to cluster two new servers which are identical for the role of our new DHCP. I've found some literature on clustering file servers, but no information on Clustering DHCP servers. Using Win 2008 Enterprise version x64. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    Magoo105 pointsBadges:
  • Rebuilding File/Applicaiton Server 2003 – Need Suggestions

    Hi Guys, Here's our situation; our file and application server 2003 is running out of disk space on the C: drive (10 Gig Volume)!  We are using Netbackup software. Has anybody had to rebuild (Restore) a App/File server with Netbackup and if so what are some of the pitfalls to look out for. Will be...

    Magoo105 pointsBadges:
  • File server to Windows Server 2008 cluster

    I am planning on moving my file server to a windows 2008 cluster and wouldlike to know if there are any issues i should expect. . I am going to name the cluster the same as my file server so that I don't have to change any mapping etc. I know I will have to remove the current file server from the...

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • CREATE A NEW NETWORK

    I HAVE THERE SERVER MADE BY IBM I want to establish teminal server , application server , epay server ,files server , in my network, 100 hundrud user are working in my orgnization , as computer opretor caould any bady give me a format of networking inluding this server i am want to make our...

    Bbb845 pointsBadges:
  • File servers and domain levels

    What is file server storage level? What is domain level?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Transition From Workgroup to Domain During Building Transition

    My company presently occupies 2 buildings in the same city with a third smaller building on the same lot as the main office. The main office houses 51 XP workstations networked through Cisco switches on static IP addresses. We have 2 databases that interlink for maintaining customer data and...

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  • windows 2003 server clients

    the server is 2003 with pac 2, It serves now as a file server in a peer to peer network. I have added 10 computers by navigating through the network neighborhood and logging in as administrator. There are 14 other computers to add and the computer cannot find the path or permissions. The...

    Wonderin75 pointsBadges:
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