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  • Lost meeting requests in Outlook 2003

    The operating system is Windows XP Service Pack 2. Microsoft Office is current up to Service Pack 1. I have an end-user that is administrative assistant to several officers. She manages their calendars and schedules their appointments. As their delegate, she receives their meeting requests and...

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  • Small Business Server 2003 slow login to server itself

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  • Cisco PIX VPN Bridging – Am I missing something??

    Hi, I'm tryin to set up a VPN between two internal sites on the same subnet. I have 2 PIX 506E's linked together (physically) in my test lab (on outside interfaces). All the configuration examples I've seen of setting up a VPN is between 2 different logical networks. However, I want them to act as...

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  • Windows 2003 Group Policy and NT4 Workstation

    I am migrating to Windows 2003 and the documentation is a little confusing. Will I be able to take advantage of Group Policy features such as desktop lockdown on the NT workstations?

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  • RPC over HTTP problem and Exchange, RPC ping error 12175

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  • Using the “Scavange” feature of Microsoft DNS

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  • Win98 clients cannot connect to ISeries file share

    I have created some Windows shares on our AS/400. I have also set permissions appropriately (to give specific users rights to specific share(s)). Here is what I have found: 1. All of my Windows XP machines have no problem mapping drives to the appropriate share(s). 2. SOME of my Windows 9x machines...

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  • PIX – Allow UDP replies in.

    Hi All, The president of my company has started to use skype (www.skype.com). There is a function in the program to do file transfers. When we try that the program show that it has to relay the transfer and when it does that it limits the bandwith to 0.5kB/second. I've pasted the documentation that...

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  • Exchange 2000 issues

    I seem to have 2 issues. Both are on the same setup. Windows 2000 Server running Exchange 2000. Both have all the latest patches and SP's. 1) Mail will flow inbound just fine. Some mail will flow outbound just fine. Certian addy's just have in the SMTP queue ( AOL,Yahoo, Bellsouth ). Other mail...

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