• Windows Shutdwon versus Restart

    There seems to be a difference in how the OS and installed programs react to a complete Shutdown of Windows versus a Restart of Windows. An example of this is when a user is having problems with let's say his network card not picking up an IP address and he/she has limited or no connectivity. If...

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  • Wake-On-LAN / Cisco Mac address-tables

    Recently I scheduled my computers to power on using Wake-On-LAN. There seems to be an issue with some of the computers not turning on. All the computers have identical hardware and have the same BIOS settings. I did some investigation and I noticed that the computers that were not turning on did...

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  • Intermittent reboots

    This one has me stumped. I have 40 clients, all running win2k sp4. At various intervals, one or another will have a window pop up, saying 60 seconds to save files before a reboot. (I've yet to catch the full text of the message.) This affects both staff computers and student computers. So far there...

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  • Exchange/OWA Password Change error

    We are getting IIS error 5 when users are trying to change their password through OWA. I've deleted and recreated the virtual PWD directory in IIS with sucess once but the problem has reappeared and it doesn't help this time. Running 2k3 server sp1 and 2k3 Exchange sp2 Mcafee Groupsheid for...

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  • iseries Client Access

    We have several PC workstation with "static" assigned workstation ID's. Lately these static ID's have been showing up in the "pool" and being assigned to whoever happens to start a client access session, instead of the default QPADEVxxxx workstation ID. This then causes the person who "owns" the...

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  • Wireless connection unable to browse Internet

    I run a Windows 2003 Server LAN, with Windows XP clients. All machines are members of the LAN and Group Policy is in place. The LAN uses DHCP with DNS servers and gateway specified. Notebooks that are part of the domain, when connected to the network (wired or wireless)have no problems accessing...

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  • Routing Between Subnets and between networks

    1.I have two separe networks and ,they r physicall connected. What should i configure and where to configure so that host of each network can connect to other host in other network. 2.I have two separe Subnets(after subnetting a class B network),they r physicall connected....

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  • Remote Authentication to AD Server

    Our main site uses Active Directory, but our small remote sites do not; users up to this point had no need to log on to the domain. Now, we have a remote user that needs to log on to the domain. How do I point him there? What will I need at the AD end? Sites are connected via DSL. Prior to my...

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  • Viewing SQL2005 Stored Procedure Code(DataReader)

    We have a developer team that has been accustomed to viewing stored porcedure code through Enterprise Manager in SQL2000. We noticed that when having the same DataReader rights in SQL Management Studid(SQL2005) they cannot view the stored procedure code. Is this a bug in SQL2005 or is there another...

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  • Max Row Size Error in SQL 2000 Update Error

    Dear All, I have two tables T1 & T2.T1 is having 14501452 and T2 is having 15012458.I am running following queries and getting max row size error. "update t2 set t2.present='Y' from t1 where t2.no=t1.no" Please help

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  • Front End Development for AS400

    Hi We have an application in AS400 for which we are thinking of developing a GUI front end for the users. The users will then be able to run the processes from their PC. I have not worked on any such application and so, I do not know anything of that. I have done some initial research on that and...

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  • Exchange 2003 not able to change send and receive file size limits

    I have a user that needed to send a 50 Mb PDF file. His send and receive file size limits were 10Mb. So I changed them to 60 Mb but Exchange would not retain the new changes. It allowed me to make the change but is not retaining the changed settings and the user could still not send the file. Can...

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  • Roaming Profles and Default Printers WinXP Server 2003

    Does anyone know how default printers are handles when using Roaming Profiles with Windows XP and Server 2003? I am deploying printers per machine with GP; so all the computers do not have the same printers, but my clients are complaining that they always have to set the default printer. I thought...

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  • Inetinfo.exe service takes CPU usage…..

    Hi, I have a so slow server!!! The OS is win2003 server Enterprise edition R2 and it is SQL Server and IIS server too. When I check the cpu usage the inetinfo service takes 50% !!!!!!and my server is too slow!!! What's the problem!!!!??? What can I do!!!??? It's too urgent for me!!! Could you...

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  • mmc error in isa server……….

    Hi, When I want to edit an Access rule and clicking the Protocol Tab it get an error: MMC has detected an error in snap-in.It is recommended that you shut down and restart MMC" But I should restart the computer!!!!! My OS is Win 2003 Server Enterprise R2 and IsaServer 2004 Enterprise. Could you...

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  • Domain Rename

    I recently had to rename a domain. Everthing went fine and as planed (surprise!) using the latest tools. However, when I ran gpfixup it reported that the operation completed with errors, please check. Everything seems ok. Where and what should I be checking for these errors? There doesn't seem to...

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  • Changing File Ownership to allow Disk Quota’s to work – Windows 2000

    Hello, I have a windwos 2000 domain, recently I have been trying to configure disk quotas. Problem is Disk Quotas work on file ownership and alot of the data on the server was copied over from another server when we merged with another office. Therefore a large amount of user data is owned by the...

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  • Win XP Pro & Win 2K Pro – Track Logins

    Is is possible to obtain local user sign-on information? i.e. time / date / user name. Also, what is the easiest way to create a login reports for future use. Thank you

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  • SQL Server 2000 Performance issue

    Hello! I am .Net developer.My client has more than 300 outlets for transaction sql server queries. When web application runs, SQL Server2000 occupies 100% CPU usage & uses 1.7GB memory usage. I am really confused how to minimize the CPU usage of SQL Server2000 as it slow down the performance of the...

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  • Moving into the InfoSec role

    I work at a company that currently does not have a position dedicated to information security. I come from a background in networking with a good portion of my focus on firewalls and other security related technologies. I am interested in positioning myself into the role of InfoSec Admin at my...

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