What you’ve asked is a lot for a forum such as this – so I’ll shorten it considerably. 1) Register at cisco.com as either a customer (if you have a support contract), or as a guest if you don’t. Even guest status gives you more access than the general public. 2) Set up a TFTP [...]
View Answer | April 18, 2005 11:15 AM
Administration, Cisco, Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response, Installation, Intrusion management, Network security, Networking, Service and support, VPN, Wireless
spyware/adware run winsockfix for xp
View Answer | April 16, 2005 11:18 AM
AMD PC hardware, Networking, Tech support, Windows XP
The switch was easy. Firefox offered much more better security, flexability and works with 99.99999% of the web sites. In a few years, another browser will be the next “Firefox”
View Answer | June 29, 2012 2:37 PM
Addamark, Administration, Aladdin Knowledge Systems, Application security, AppSec, Architecture/Design, ArcSight, Bindview, Biometrics, Caymas, CipherTrust, Compliance, Computer Associates, configuration, Courion, CRM, Cylant, Database, DataCenter, Desktop management applications, Desktops, Digital certificates, Disaster Recovery, Documentation, e-Security, Emerging technologies, Encryption, Enterasys Networks, Entrust, Exchange, Features/Functionality, GuardedNet, Hardware, Host-based IDS/IPS, IBM/Tivoli, Identity & Access Management, IDS vs IPS, IDS/IPS management, Imprivata, Installation, Instant Messaging, Intellitactics, Internet Security Systems, Intrusion management, Juniper Networks, KavaDo, M-Tech, Magnifire, Managed security services, Management, Maxware, Microsoft Windows, Netegrity, NetForensics, NetIQ, Network Associates, Network-based IDS/IPS, NFR Security, NGS Software, Novell, Ounce Labs, Outsourcing, Outsourcing/Managed services, Passlogix, patching, PEN testing, Platform Security, Policies, Product evaluation, Product/Service evaluation, provisioning, Risk management, RSA Security, Sana Security, Secure Coding, Security, Security management, Security Program Management, Security tokens, Servers, Service and support, Service contracts, Service evaluation, Single sign-on, Snort/Sourcefire, SPI Dynamics, StillSecure, Tech support, Teros, Thor, Tripwire, TruSecure, Vendors, VeriSign, VPN, VSecure, Vulnerability Assessment & Audit, vulnerability management, Watchfire, Waveset/Sun Micro, Windows, Windows XP
The number and the fact that 2003 sucks slightly less than 2000. In all seriousness, that’s quite an answer you’re looking for. But you should really try searching on Google first. For example, I found this site with a casual (and badly-constructed, I admit) search on the Goog: http://www.demandtech.com/FAQsGeneralNT.htm One thing I really liked, especially [...]
View Answer | April 15, 2005 8:11 AM
Servers, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003
visit www.devx.com for help in vb, internet, database and several other technology topics.
View Answer | April 15, 2005 2:42 AM
From my experience system administration market for windows based server is pretty much a dime a dozzen where as for linux there are a lot of jobs available for that type of work. If you are wanting to go on to system administration it would be good to get exposure to windows server admin, novell [...]
View Answer | April 14, 2005 5:13 PM
Career development, Certifications, Implementation/Management, Linux, Windows
A- Yes it is possible to zip a pdf file. B- IBM FTP doesn’t care what the file format is, it will transfer .txt, .asc, .zip, .exe, almost any file. C- It will even hadle .pdf files. The trick is in creation of the ‘PDF’. On a PC you set a PDFwriter as a printer [...]
View Answer | April 14, 2005 2:05 PM
Application software, Centrinity, COBOL, Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Development, E-mail applications, ERP, Exchange, Filemaker, HP OpenMail, Implementation, IT architecture, Knowledge management applications, Lifecycle development, Microsoft Windows, Planning, REXX, Sendmail, Software Quality Assurance
Hi Try running the following from cmd “C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanfreebusy Note:- Paths that inlcude spaces between words must be enclosed in quotation marks (“) and are case sensitive. We have found that this works. Good luck.
View Answer | April 14, 2005 4:01 AM
Hardware, Help Desk, Tech support, Vendor support, Windows XP
If you just need a one time hardcopy, can you use PrintScreen or alt + PrintScreen? This will copy the current screen into the clipboard, then open up MS Word and paste.
View Answer | April 13, 2005 6:17 PM
C, Microsoft Windows
what version of NT are you running?
View Answer | April 13, 2005 2:40 PM
Microsoft Windows, Servers, Tech support
What you may be looking for is DB2 Personal Edition. Check: http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/db2/udb/edition-pe.html I don’t know about the RPG compiler but I’ll bet there is.
View Answer | April 13, 2005 9:27 AM
Business Objects, CA Ingres, Cognos, Data analysis, Data Junction, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Database Management Systems, Development, Hardware, IBM, Information Builders, Instant Messaging, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Windows, MySQL, Servers, Software
I have seen this on many computers. Spybot and Microsoft Anti-spyware are ussually very affective at removing this. However, here is a link that should remove it as well. http://toolbar.isearch.com/uninstall/
View Answer | April 13, 2005 7:19 AM
Administration, Architecture/Design, Documentation, Features/Functionality, Installation, Management, Security, Service and support, Signature updating/Management
That’s NetBIOS name resolution. Here’s a link: http://www.seifried.org/security/ports/0/137.html Could be difficult switching it off if you’re using Samba for file servers. I know you can allegedly turn it off in a purely later Windows environment but not sure about cross-platform compatibility.
View Answer | April 12, 2005 11:41 AM
Microsoft Windows, Networking
Depends. Cost – SQL Server Major scalability – Oracle.
View Answer | April 11, 2005 6:29 PM
Basis, Datacenter Server, Development, Hardware, Implementation/Management, Licensing, Linux, Linux Distributions, Operating system platforms, OS installation/upgrades, Performance/Tuning, SAP, Servers, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Workflow
You have not said where you have run any spyware software, if you have not, then download MS anti spy ware beta or spybot and check to see if there have been any spyware/trojons left on you users machine, then at least you know from a spyware point of view that the machine is clean. [...]
View Answer | April 11, 2005 10:16 AM
Administration, Application security, Architecture/Design, Bigfix, Biometrics, Cisco, Citadel, Compliance, Computer Associates, configuration, Configuresoft, CRM, Cylant, Database, DataCenter, Desktop antivirus, Desktop management applications, Digital certificates, Disaster Recovery, Documentation, Ecora, Encryption, Enterasys Networks, Exchange, Features/Functionality, Firewalls, Forensics, GFI, Hewlett-Packard, Host-based IDS/IPS, Identity & Access Management, IDS vs IPS, IDS/IPS management, Incident response, Installation, Instant Messaging, Internet Security Systems, Intrusion management, Juniper Networks, Managed security services, Management, Microsoft Windows, Network Associates, Network Elements, Network security, Network-based IDS/IPS, NFR Security, Outsourcing, Outsourcing/Managed services, patching, Patchlink, PEN testing, Platform Security, Policies, Product evaluation, Product/Service evaluation, provisioning, Redundancy, Risk management, Sana Security, Secure Coding, Security, Security Program Management, Security tokens, Service and support, Service contracts, Service evaluation, Shavlink Technologies, Single sign-on, Snort/Sourcefire, St. Bernard Software, StillSecure, Symantec, Tripwire, Vendors, VPN, VSecure, Vulnerability Assessment & Audit, vulnerability management, Wireless
Stupie question, but do you have enough memory in the server to handle RDP connections? I’ve had the same problem before and put additional memory in the server to solve it.
View Answer | April 8, 2005 7:28 PM
Active Directory, Bind, DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Networking services, Tech support
Let me begin by saying this: Rarely does a feature that Microsoft doesn’t set on by default mean that it is disabled for a good reason. I still cannot explain why they believe that the repair directory under the SystemRoot directory is readable by Users as a default setting… Politics aside, you should enable Scavenging [...]
View Answer | April 8, 2005 7:26 PM
A – Dynamic DNS is a web service requiring registration. It use a straight forward client to send updates to the database of addresses. You don’t specify which DSL, or if the Sonic Firewall is providing NAT internally. If NAT’ed the simple scripts won’t work as they read from IPCONFIG. Try a macro recorder to [...]
View Answer | April 8, 2005 1:18 PM
E-mail applications, Exchange, IPv4, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Tech support
Does the President of your company even care about Security. Skype is basically telling you to open holes in your Firewall to allow UDP and all the nasty stuff that brings with it. Skype actually port scans the Internet looking for machines to communicate with. It then establishes connections with them to relay your sessions. [...]
View Answer | April 8, 2005 10:12 AM
Administration, Cisco, Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response, Installation, Intrusion management, Network protocols, Network security, VPN, Wireless
SPS uses a website, Have you upgraded the IIS on the 2000 server? SPS expects to be a virtual directory/site and IIS 5.0 had issues. Have you tried using IIS 6.0 on the W2k3 server? If that works then point to that web server throught the ISA box. Good luck
View Answer | April 7, 2005 2:31 PM
Microsoft Internet Information Server, Microsoft Windows, Security, Windows 2000 Server