• 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 it use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • Terminal server error

    Hello - I have a terminal server that I just recently upgraded the office version from 2000 to 2003, it mostly works with the exception of Access - every time I go to launch an access database I get the following error: Cannot find the file 'd:folderfile.mdb' (or one of its cmoponents). Make sure...

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  • problem with compiled HTML files

    when I try to open a compiled HTML file , the following error message appears: cannot open the file: mk:@MSITStore:<FilePath><FileName>. what that means? what should I do? I really need to read contents of this file! does anybody know? sincerely,

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  • SMTP error in Mdaemon

    Hi all, Can u pls guide me in this ..... 1 --- i have Mdaemon mailserver which gives me Winsock Error 10060 while sending mails.It says connection timed out and all mails are struck in queue. 2---- In event viewer if i see i get Dnsapi error in system log and also SMTPSVC error. I am doubting...

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  • Windows XP shuts down itself

    Hi All, I have a challenge with some the systems i administer. At certain intervals,it brings up a message that the system will shut down and restart after which it counts down from 15secs. Pls what is responsible for this and what can be done without having to reformat?

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  • NTFS Permissions – Need Verification?

    Long story short, I discovered the NTFS permissions on all our Native Windows 2000 servers, at the root of each partition, had been reset to "Everyone." Of course I had my shares set to not propagate permissions, so that wasn't an issue. For some reason this did not affect the one box that we had...

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  • Connection Management

    Hello, I am working on a project that we have a deployed a Personal Firewall product on laptop users. The Personal Firewall allows us to define a server based access profile or FW rules for each type of connection and IP range. ie. Ethernet, WLAN etc. The issue is this personal FW activates BOTH...

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  • Accessing Standby Laptop via network

    Hi there.. I want to know if there is any way that i make my laptop standby and still i can access it via remote desktop over network, i.e. my laptop doesnt lose its IP address or close its network interfaces in standby mode. Is there any wake-up call for standby laptop over network to achieve this...

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  • NT Domains

    Hey, We have 2 domains. Let's say domain 1 and 2. Both NT4 (yes, i know). Domain 1 has a range of 160.1 subnet 255.255.0.0, domain 2 162.1. . I'm situated in domain 1 and i want to make a BDC for domain 2. In the NT-server setup i can give IP or DHCP, DNS , WINS, .... Normally on our PC's we use...

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  • Locked Windows document files

    I recently reinstalled Windows on a user's computer. They were /are using WinXP Home and set their documents directory with security. I reinstalled the PC with their same user name and passwords, but they cannot open these files any longer. Is there a way to remove the security? Some of these files...

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  • Windows 2000 system tray problem

    I rebuilt a Windows 2000 from scratch. All installs are new. The icons in the system tray, next to the clock are very small (about the size of a pinhead). In addition for all windows the minimize, maximize, and close buttons the top right corner of the screen are also very small. There is no effect...

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  • Merging Domains

    The company I work for is acquiring another company and I have been tasked with making the two domains coexist. Let's say the domains are abc.com and xyz.com The abc.com domain is a mixed mode environment (Windows 2000 and 2003 DCs). The xyz.com one has Windows 2000 native. Here are my questions....

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  • Folder Security

    We have a folder containing lots of confidential docs that supposedly accessible to all employees that should have read permission only. They should not be able to Print/Copy/SaveAs/E-Mail and do other docs stuff. Our IT staff had made the folder read only though people could still re-save the...

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  • Windows Task Bar

    Hi All: I have a strange problem that?s driving me crazy, no cracks about it being a short trip. I have a Domain with GPO?s active and on some of my systems the user, includes the administrators, do not have the ability to right click and change the Task Bar while on other system they do. Those...

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  • Oracle 9i Server and XP Pro

    I have installed Oracle Server 9i on a Windows XP machine. It works well when connected to from the same machine. It is not possible to connect to from another machine (Win 2000)using Client 7i or Client 9i or Client 9i, as though the listener wouldn't work. Is there any known issue with 9i Server...

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  • Blocking pop access over http

    Dear you, How can I exactly block the following: 1- Hotmail pop access over http 2- Block skype phone calls 3- Block sites like gotomypc.com etc 4- Block internet file share drives like yousendit.com google drive Thank you Kindi

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  • deploying office 2003

    I want to Look at problems in deploying office 2003 in terminal server environments and get user experiences on aspects like performance

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  • Start-up Needed for DB design for workflow for BPO company

    Can any one give some usefull and urgent tips about database design example where i get for designing BPO company work flow parts...

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  • Printer default issue in XPPRO

    Good client presented this problem to me. We tried several tactics, and now are at a loss. His latest words to me: "I'm running Windows XP Pro, build 5.1, SP2. The printer that the system defaults to at reboot/startup is an HP 6210 "All In One", while the older workhorse that I want to use most is...

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  • Publisher 97!!!!

    Hiya all, I have an issue with Publisher 97 that i need to sort ASAP. I am IT techy in a School. Firstly, we cannot upgrade coz the teachers need to teach this version and i have been there and tried the argument which lead to a ticking off by the Boss!!!!! Secondly, we have no money as its end of...

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