• How do I test if a port is open on a remote system?

    A while back, I used telnet to check if a port on my remote post was open. But at my new job, the systems don't have telnet installed / all outbound connections to host are blocked. Does anyone know of a way to see if a port is open on a remote system? I'm using Linux. Thank you.

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Send email w/attachment via batch file

    I would like to be able to set up a scheduled task to call up batch file that would send out an email at a given time of day including an attachment. The question is if anyone would know of a simple way to accomplish this task and what I may need to make it work?

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Adobe Acrobat 9.0 won’t print

    I installed Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.0 several months ago and have printed from it several times in the past several months. Today it stopped printing. Every time I try to print, it saves to a .pm file instead. I am able to print from MS word and other programs, so it isn't my printer. I have tried...

    AArmani5 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting appointments in Outlook 365

    When someone deletes an appointment off their calendar, it sends an email to everyone else invited to the event that the meeting has been cancelled when if fact, it has not. This has created a lot of confusion. It can be anyone invited, not the just the organizer and the message looks like a...

    LauraF5 pointsBadges:
  • How to flush BIOS

    I want to delete all the programs present in ROM i.e.BIOS How it is done?

    techquie1715 pointsBadges:
  • Corrupted log file on Exchange still needs to be restored.

    How would you recover Exchange server when the log file is corrupted?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Which errors can we troubleshoot?

    Which errors are we able to troubleshoot?

    lavanyadirisala25 pointsBadges:
  • How to setup Sonic Wall NSA 3500 as NTP server

    I would like to set the NSA 3500 as the NTP server for internal devices such as switches. The version of code is

    Armptech5 pointsBadges:
  • Unhandled win32 exception occurred in crw32.exe

    When running the Standard Report Wizard, I get "An unhandled win32 exception occurred in crw32.exe[1904]". The bracketed number may change, but the error continues and terminates the program. I do not have DEP turned on. I do have third party software (Echo Database) that uses Crystal Reports. Once...

    Vgoldrick35 pointsBadges:
  • What is BIOS?

    What's the use of BIOS?

    nayakrushikesh5510 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook PST data disappeared, as if never existed, tried all sorts, any ideas???

    turned on Outlook and out of the blue it said .pst file couldnt be found. it then created a new one in a new location i tried to find the original but it wasnt there. i have tried the SCANPST function and nothing came of it as working from the new fiile and old file wasnt overwritten. i tried using...

    Antonfang25 pointsBadges:
  • CLIENT MAC ADDR 00 16 35 66… GUID: 0EF0C… error on startup

    When I turn on my desktop PC it displays the HP invent Logo and then I get the following display HP UNDI PXE-2.1 V8.1.53 (then some HP copyright stuff) HP Base Code PXE-2.1 v1.0.2 (then some HP copyright stuff) and the following errors:CLIENT MAC ADDR: 00 16 35 66 31 52 GUID: 0EF0C819 2CB9 DA11...

    Frajan35 pointsBadges:
  • Error message in Hotmail: The message you are looking for has previously been moved or deleted

    Every time I log in to Hotmail I get this message "The message you are looking for has previously been moved or deleted." In addition, my mail does not appear until I go to another folder and ten back to Inbox. How do I solve this?

    PhilHull4415 pointsBadges:
  • ISeries Report printing to network printer – font too small

    We have an AS400 print file which is defined with: 10 CPI, 6 Lines per Inch, Width of 132, Length 66, Font Idetifier is *CPI. We were using an AS400 print emulation session to print the report but want to get rid of this and use a device/outq on the as400. The report prints to a networked HP4050...

    Lehanb30 pointsBadges:
  • How to securely wipe data from a hard drive

    I'm looking to sell my desktop PC  but I need all of my data (particularly my sensitive infomation) removed. I've already reformatted the hard drive but I'm still worried. Is there a way to securely wipe the data from the hard drive? It's for a Microsoft Windows PC.

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Utility that moves Windows boot partition to hard drive

    Would there happen to be a free utility that can move my Microsoft Windows boot partition to another hard drive? It needs to copy everything over / reboots to the correction partition. Thank you.

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Path Depth in Windows XP, Windows 7, & Vista

    I have a client that receives files from one of his clients in Sweden, the files are obviously created in Windows 7 or Vista but he is running Windows XP. Now the Files and Folders full paths can run up to 13 folders deep for example this is the full path to one of the files C:Documents and...

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • 1 inch by 2 inch black computer screen indicator 0 to 100

    I have a 1 in by 2 in black indicator on my screen from time to time. It indicates 0 to 100. What does it indicate and how do I turn it off? It interferes with my reading the music on the screen. It is there sometimes even when Adobe Reader is off.

    coolsax15 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t see various drives in Windows Explorer

    I used to be able to see my various drives in my Windows Explorer. Now, I can't. Why?

    DAVIDDUNLOP015 pointsBadges:
  • Where is my missing file?

    I'm missing a file titled: Memberships and contributions. Where is this missing file?

    Margeaux5 pointsBadges:

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