This is a long shot, but perhaps it is in fullscreen mode. If so, hitting Esc takes it out.
View Answer | December 15, 2004 2:12 PM
We migrated 4 servers running Windows Oracle databases to one Linux server (Dell Poweredge with external Scsi). The advantage to us is Redhat AS Linux is able to address the 8+ Gig of RAM for Oracle vs only 2 Gig for Windows standard server. The Enterprise CPU licenses we freed from the Windows servers are [...]
View Answer | November 9, 2012 1:51 PM
CIO, Hardware, Linux, Oracle, Oracle 9i, Windows
I am not sure about that, but I beleive you only neeed the exhange licenses since they are not accessing shares on the server. My question would be how many users? how many server. At some point it is better to go by seat then client.
View Answer | December 14, 2004 10:35 AM
DataCenter, E-mail applications, Exchange, Microsoft Windows, Tech support
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;325649 This will show you how to do it in reverse. You give the name and it will give you the guid. If you do this for all your sites then you should be able to match it up with your unknown guids.
View Answer | December 14, 2004 7:46 AM
Active Directory, Bind, Distributed File System, DNS, Exchange 2003, LDAP, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, NFS, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows tools/WSRM
John, are you going to keep it on exchange 5.5 or migrate it over to exchange 2000/2003
View Answer | December 14, 2004 7:30 AM
Exchange, Exchange 5.5, Installation, Migration, Outlook, Tech support
Sounds like a master browser election problem. Check the Event logs in all three computers and see if there are a number of reports with respect to that subject. There’s a registry setting you can tweak (Check on MS’s knowledge base) to force one of the permananent machines to always win the browser election. You [...]
View Answer | December 13, 2004 12:57 PM
802.11 networking equipment, Windows XP
I haven’t done this, but I suspect you’ll be OK. The 5250 emulation is just that – if 5250 terminals will connect, your emulation sessions should, also. The 5250 support in OS/400 is a basic given. It shouldn’t be broken in the V5R3 release. HTH. -M.
View Answer | December 13, 2004 9:52 AM
AS/400, Hardware, Installation, Integration/Connectivity, PC/Windows Connectivity
Hi, A simple ksh unix script should do the trick: DATE=$(date +%Y%m%d) mkdir sevrershare$DATE cp servershare$DATEdatafile.dat destination_folder Bye.
View Answer | December 10, 2004 4:55 PM
DataCenter, Development, Networking, Programming Languages, System utilities, Tech support, Third-party services
Does each of the servers have the other set up within the Client Configuration utility? If not, create a namped pipes alias for server1 on server2, and vice versa. This may not be the cause of your problem, but I’ve seen similar issues and this is a good starting point.
View Answer | December 10, 2004 1:26 PM
Administration, Backup & recovery, Implementation, Installation/Upgrade, Migration, SQL Server, Standard Edition 2000, Tech support, Version 7 and earlier
have you tried copying that file to your computer off the cd and renaming to the file that it needs to be named, a lot of times files will on a cd will be coded different the .bin will refer to it as that, altho the program wants the actual file, so odds are the [...]
View Answer | December 8, 2004 3:45 PM
IT architecture, Microsoft Windows, Tech support, Third-party services
Are you running the same version of Rumba file transfer under NT and XP? In some cases where the Rumba has been upgraded we have found it necessary to rewrite the file transfers due to Rumba compatibility issues from release to release.
View Answer | December 8, 2004 8:58 AM
Data center operations, DataCenter, DB2, Desktop management applications, Desktops, Development, Graphical User Interfaces, Hardware, i5, Installation, Integration/Connectivity, iSeries, Microsoft Systems Management Server, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity, Registry, Servers, Software distribution, Sun, Tech support, Thin clients, Third-party services, UDB for client/server, UDB for iSeries/i5, Unix, Vendor support, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows client administration and maintenance
Hiya, Sounds to me a possible issue in word. Back up the documents and uninstall/install word again and see if you have the same problem. Hope this helps, Carl Robinson
View Answer | December 8, 2004 6:30 AM
Windows 2000 desktop
Specify “Ascii” mode transfer rather than “binary”. Just enter “ASCII” or “BIN” on command line to switch modes. Default varies with different FTP packages. Microsft uses “Newline” rather than “CR/LF” used by AS400 and most Unix Systems. Most ftp packages will automatically convert these if run in “ASCII” transfer mode.
View Answer | December 7, 2004 8:05 AM
Desktops, Development, Integration with other platforms, Microsoft Windows, PC/Windows Connectivity, Servers, TCP, Tech support, Technical support, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 95/98
Check out this site. http://lastbit.com/
View Answer | December 6, 2004 6:56 PM
have you tried flushing the DNS? start>cmd ipconfig /flushdns
View Answer | December 6, 2004 2:15 PM
Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, Microsoft Windows
Hi Francois The only reference I have for the QSYS files is the link http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/legacy/html/as400/v4r5/ic2924/index.htm?info/RBAM6CLFILES.HTM which lists all of the files used by CL commands. I don’t believe that the backup options/configuration are stored in a system file, however, all is not lost. You can access backup information via some system API’s: QEZRTBKD – Retrieve [...]
View Answer | December 6, 2004 9:45 AM
AS/400, Backup & recovery, Hardware, i5, IBM, Installation, iSeries, OS/400, Performance/Tuning, Server consolidation, Servers, tips and tricks, Tools
I cannot help you with a systen design. However, my company does equipment financing and leasing thoughout the US. If you or your client is interested, please email me and I will send you more information.
View Answer | December 4, 2004 11:50 AM
Application software, Auditing, Career development, CIO, Cooling, Data center design, Data center operations, DataCenter, Desktops, Disaster Recovery, E-business, Electrical, Handhelds/Phones, Implementation, Information risk management, IT architecture, IT Governance, Networking, Networking Products, Operating system platforms, Partner facing, Peripherals, Physical security, Planning, Project management, Security, Security management, Security products, Servers, Services, Software Quality Assurance, Space/structure, Staffing, Storage, System utilities, Vendors
Sorry, I don’t have any idea about NT, I am proficient on 2000,2003 and XP. As for your new job, please tell me what you are going to be doing. Do you know what O/S you will be using? Are you going to have to set up the network yourself? As far as certifications go, [...]
View Answer | December 3, 2004 9:55 AM
3Com, Career development, Network management software, Networking, Networking Equipment, Tech support, Windows
The easiest way to accomplish this is once you’ve created your table, go to the table’s design view and change the columnin question’s datatype to autonumber.
View Answer | December 2, 2004 12:39 PM
Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Microsoft Windows
Standard operating procedure on TCP/IP network is to drop and reconnect. However, it should be transparent to the user as access to network share is supposed to be instant. A – are you using AD (Active Directory) which presupposes DNS? Delay in reconnect could be lookup problems – holdover ‘netbios’/WINS processes. B – IPX still [...]
View Answer | December 1, 2004 4:03 PM
Active Directory, DataCenter, Microsoft Windows, Windows Server 2003