• Win Server 2003

    I have 33 users now using roaming profiles. Recently I added 2 new users by copying an existing user in the Active Director and changing the user name once pasted into AD. The problem is neither of these two new users can logon with a roaming profile. They both get the error message "unable to...

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  • Replicating data between I-series and Ms-CRM using Scribe?

    We are implementing MS-CRM on an Ms-SQL server. We need to replicate data from our business system (I-Series) to CRM, and similarly from MS-CRM to I-Series. Our Ms-CRM provider proposes using a product called Scribe to do this but has no experience of using this with I-series. Has anyone used...

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  • Oracle Client 7.3.4 installation on Windows server 2003

    hi, I need to install oracle client 7.3.4 on windows 2003 server.When I tried ,seemed like there is product available latest for only windows NT. Is there any work around for this ? ------------ If there is no way we can install ora client 7.3.4 on windows 2003. How do I handle the OCI calls with...

  • Adding Windows 2003 SP1 to existing Active Directory Domain – urgent

    I have a domain consisting of 1 PDC, and 1 BDC. Those 2 were 2000 servers. I am introducing a 2003 server to host Exchange, and cannot add it to the existing doman w/Active Directory. I ran the adprep tool, and it was successful. The error I get on the 2003 Server is "The operation failed because:...

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  • Zebra printer will not print CORRECTLY through Oracle application(s)

    Glad to see that some of you all have experience with Zebra printers!!! My problem is that I cannot get my custom Oracle application to print correctly to a Zebra TLP 2742 printer. The problem started when an (older) hand held "pistol" scanner failed. Connected to a laboratory balance via Omnilink...

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  • Problem with Offline Files

    We are having a problem with Offline files in Windows XP. I am logged on as a user and when I right-click on their home folder and chose "Make Available Offline" it goes through the synchronization process but gives an error for every file: "Unable to make <filename> available offline on...

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  • Using the SNDDST command to send an e-mail from the iSeries

    Tyrone wrote in with this question recently: How can I use the SNDDST command to send an e-mail from the iSeries? -- Deb Tart, associate editor

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  • Windows 2000, Active Directory and Access DB

    Can the active directory structure be used to secure access by role/container to an access db (at the field level would be great), but read,write would really save some time...we are implementing HIPAA Thankx !

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  • Accessing an iSeries from an SQL server

    Rony wrote in with this question recently: "How can I access the iSeries from a 2005 SQL server? Please specify which ODBC I should use." -- Debra Tart, associate editor

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  • Blocking Music on Internet connection

    Hi all, I have some internet users who listen to online radio stations. I have asked them not to do it, as I feel like it probably uses up a fair amount of bandwidth. Is this correct, or does is use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • Update does not work in stored procedure

    I have an update statement that works fine straight up, but fails when included in a stored procedure. Can you help? SET Deny_Cd = (SELECT Deny_Code FROM CPSA_CIS_Edit_Processing WHERE claim = x.Claim AND Edit_Code = (SELECT...

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  • SQL Server Reboots – after delete statement

    I have an SQL server 2000 and when I try to delete 1 million records from a table using "delete from tablex where date < '01/01/2006' after 10 minutes the server reboot and no records where deleted. Does anyone know why?

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  • Unexplained Windows XP shutdowns

    I have an IBM Thinkpad R51 brand new that once it gets out on site shuts down repeatedly during the day. There was no problems with it from our local location. The laptop has since be rebuilt and had the software re-installed. Once again the computer is shutting down. Does anyone know if this could...

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  • Allowing IE to Install Selected Software

    When restricting users to non-Power Users settings, how do we allow a Web Browser Front End to an application to download and install: a) Active X-Controls b) Files c) Registry Keys. I assume that there are settings we can make via GPO?

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  • Exchange 2003 with Active Directory 2003

    We recently migrated from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 and also moved from NT to Active Directory 2003. One of the main reasons we moved was to implement the compliance features of Exchange 2003 and Journaling. We need to keep all our emails in a central holding area for possible SEC audits. This...

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  • Configure Windows 2003

    I'm installing windows 2003, and I want to use active directory. The problem is that I have a small network and it's local.So I'm having problems with the dns and bioname. I don't have a registered domain. Help Me.

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  • Ipnat.sys related error on Win2003 Server

    Happy 2006 to you all! One of my customers is getting a strange error since someone disabled (deleted actually!!) the Terminal Server service on their Windows 2003 Server SP1. The error that pops up is: "Windows Firewall cannot run because another program or service is running that might use the...

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  • IPSec VPN Connection

    Hi All, Let me explain my situation: Currently I am making use a PTPP VPN to connect to certain remote sites connected via dialup using VNC to access desktops for support issues. To do this I'm making use of dyndns dynamic ip service which allows me to map a hostname e.g. remotesite.dyndns.org to a...

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  • How can I route ip1:port1 to ip2:port2 within windows

    Hi, are there any standard tools in windows to setup a route from ip1:port1 to ip2:port2? So if I call ip1:port1 I end up calling ip2:port2. I looked at netsh and found something that could be the solution (portmapping under routing - ip - nat), but can't figure out how to setup the whole thing....

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  • Remoute access connection………..

    Hi, I wana have a remoute access connection from my XP pro sp2 client to my W2k server sp4,how can I configure them? Could you please help me? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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