• Object error

    Go into Internet object error shows. It also says Snapo,com. Can not get into the Internet

    58c59p60c5 pointsBadges:
  • Internet access

    Access local only....why?

    rjragan5 pointsBadges:
  • Stopping Access to a web page

    Hi there. We're a doctor's practice working in the NHS. We have a nice (well we think so) new web site. Our only problem is that a number of years ago the practice did participate in a "group" web site run by a web design company. Unfortunately when you carry out a Google or other web search on our...

    Hackwood25 pointsBadges:
  • Recover lost Contacts

    One of our past users regularly ran the "Synchronize Contacts" options from the "Actions" menu in Lotus Notes. Now, the local drive data on that PC has been lost in a hard disk death, and the person document in the Lotus directory has been deleted for that person. The mail file is still present. Is...

    Plkorg1110 pointsBadges:
  • Using multiple internet connections simultaneously

    Hi, I am an IT manager for a firm which was granted twenty (20) seperate broadband connections with VPN (connecting to a national network) for its use. I am currently looking for a solution that would allow me to use all these connections simultaneouly ( load balancing, fault tolerance etc...). Any...

    Anikomei15 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking internet access except Outlook

    I WORKED WITH ONE MENUFACTERING COMPANY ,IN MY COMPANY WE R USING INTERNET WIA LEN , NOW I HAVE TO BLOCK THE USER TO USE INTERNET EXCEPT THE OUTLOOK, ONLY FEW MACHINE I WANT FULL ACCESS OF INTERNET SUGGEST ME FOR BLOCKING INTERNET,ISP COMES TO ROUTER & FROM ROUTER IT GOES TO SWITCH, FROM SWITCH...

    Rajdip10 pointsBadges:
  • USB modems/aircards

    Hello and thanks to all of you who read this e-mail, and a special thanks to all or anyone who responds. First let me say I am not an IT person, nor does my small company employ an IT person, a decision I sometimes regret, but there is not enough business yet to justify the cost nor to keep him...

    Nontechguy5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Internet on Small Business Server 2003 with 2 LAN cards

    hi i have an xp machine which has internet i have conntec the internet with 2003 server from the xp machine this 2003 server has 2 lan cards .the 2003 is having 30 client machine on lan network connected to one card on the server now my question is i want to get internet on all the clients how is...

    Syamrajesh19765 pointsBadges:
  • Internet access only reserved clients in DHCP Server

    how can i give internet access only to reserved clients in DHCP Server

    ITsgr5 pointsBadges:
  • Personal use of business internet connection

    I am moving soon and disconnected my personal internet. I work from home with a major company and have a business connection that my company pays for. It will still be connected for a couple of days. Instead of using my neighbors internet could I hook up to my business connection. Basically, what I...

    0 pointsBadges:
  • Internet access on Hyper-V Private/Internal Networks?

    Is there any way to have internet access on VMs in Hyper-V that are on Private or Internal networks? In vmware there was a simple NAT process, and VMWare had a built in dhcp server for that purpose.

    Zacharystern10 pointsBadges:
  • WiFi access point pointing to proxy server

    hi all I am looking for a solution... I am wanting to set up wireless points at over 200 libraries in New Zealand, and am currently rolling out broadband/desktop PC's and free internet access into these libraries. So getting wireless access to these libarries is very straight forward. BUT...the...

    Glennz5 pointsBadges:
  • SiteMinder Wrong Assertion Consumer Service URL location

    When using SiteMinder as an IdP/SSO the error "Denying invalid request with wrong AssertionConsumerService URL location AssertionConsumerService URL value must match the one specified in partner metadata". Where in SiteMinder GUI/configuration can the correct URL value be found?

    SM35 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking internet access in ISA Server 2006

    how can i block internet access to some sites for some selected users in isa server 2006

    Godizu10 pointsBadges:
  • Restrict posting on Internet blog or uploading any info in any internet site

    I have a business process where agents have access to internet.However I want to prevent uploading of any data in any form be it as a text or as an attachment.I have implemented blue coat proxy.I am not clear how I can give only read access to internet and not write or edit access.It means I need a...

    Viswanathan65 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot open website

    why i cannot open a specific site from my desktop but it opens up on the dhcp server within the same network.The same site can be accessed easily from computers on other networks.

    BPandey70 pointsBadges:
  • Thailand internet logging requirements

    My organization has a facility in Thailand. However, we provide internet service to all of our Asian sites through a regional link in Hong Kong. Late 2007 and early 2008 Thailand passed a law (B.E. 2550) requiring service providers to maintain 90 days of internet traffic data logs. The logging...

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:
  • How do you VPN to a blocked site?

    how to create a vpn software or tunnel to gain access to blocked site? because in u.a.e some sites are blocked almost all proxy are not gud...is it possible to create a vpn software or tunnel if possible pls help me and tell me how ?

    Diil15 pointsBadges:
  • Web access managment

    How to pick a Web access management system

    Jmatthewg5 pointsBadges:
  • restrict Internet Browsing

    How to restrict employees from browsing while they can still access the mails through outlook?

    Afrose5 pointsBadges:

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