Hello. Try to rule out something that may have corrupted the user’s profile (s/w upgrade perhaps). Did you try logging on and off as a new user (i.e. an account that has never accessed the server before)? Check the Application Event log for Userenv errors. Also, check this out http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;828326&Product=win2000 Good luck and please post [...]
View Answer | October 8, 2004 11:40 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, Hardware, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Remote management, Servers, Windows, Windows Server 2003
I found this in a newsgroup: Numerical Code: 5.1.6 First Available: Exchange 2000 Service Pack 2 Possible Cause: One possible cause is that the user directory attributes such as homeMDB or msExchHomeServerName might be missing or corrupted. Troubleshooting: Check the user directory attributes integrity and rerun the Recipient Update Service to make sure attributes required [...]
View Answer | September 28, 2004 2:56 PM
Exchange, Exchange 2003, Migration, Tech support
What version of Windows are you running?
View Answer | September 27, 2004 10:52 PM
backdoors, Current threats, Hacking, human factors, Spyware, Trojans, Viruses, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, worms
Never mind. I got it to work. Thanks.
View Answer | September 27, 2004 3:45 PM
ASP.NET, Microsoft Internet Information Server, Windows
I am in the process of doing a similar thing. Installing Oracle EE 126.96.36.199.0 on Win 2003. The box is 64 bit but the op system is 32 bit. So I am installing the 32 bit version of Oracle. In order to do this the recomendation was to add a patch to the Oracle Installation [...]
View Answer | September 27, 2004 5:57 AM
Database Management Systems, Hardware, Intel PC hardware, Intel servers, Java, Microsoft Windows, Oracle, Standard Edition, Tech support, Windows on Intel, Windows Server 2003
The file might be open on another computer in the workgroup. Is it on a shared drive? Ask a couple of the people in her workgroup to see if they’re having the same problem.
View Answer | September 22, 2004 3:33 PM
Help Desk, Microsoft .NET, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
When you build the 2 new Windows 2000/03 servers it would be easier if you load DNS on the servers. This will allow you to move the DNS zone for the Windows 2000 domain into an Active Directory Integrated zone. AD integrated zones are easier to manage than traditional Primary DNS zones like the one [...]
View Answer | September 20, 2004 5:16 PM
DHCP, DNS, Implementation, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Planning, Security
If your hardware is compatible with Win2k (exceeding MS recommendations by at least 20%)then it is definately worth it for many reasons. I would recommend a rebuild rather than an inplace upgrade though as you will gain performance and eliminate numerous “gotchas”.
View Answer | September 17, 2004 9:31 AM
Your problem looks pretty simple, in IIS all you need to do is enable the IIS security on the properties of the desired webpage, and select the loacl domian as the authority for the page, then on you domino server on the console import the users from the local NT Accounts, this will import all [...]
View Answer | August 30, 2004 12:45 PM
Architecture/Design, Biometrics, Digital certificates, Identity & Access Management, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, provisioning, Security tokens, Single sign-on
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View Answer | August 21, 2004 12:38 AM
Data analysis, Data warehousing applications, ERP, Microsoft Windows
I am CRM Consultant, you can email me with the info. email@example.com thanks
View Answer | August 18, 2004 3:30 PM
Data analysis, Data warehousing applications, ERP, Microsoft Windows
I found this: http://www.zdnetindia.com/help/specials/powerpoint/stories/16501.html and this: Prior to PowerPoint 97, there was no internal file compression code inside of PowerPoint, and files could get pretty big quickly. The most common cause of large files is the addition of large bitmaps. PowerPoint 97 compresses these bitmaps, but previous versions do not. To keep your presentations as [...]
View Answer | August 17, 2004 9:22 AM
Desktop management applications, Desktops, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Programming Languages, Tech support
I would recommend that you use RMAN to create your backups. You can create a script that the operator can run that will generate hot full, hot incremental or cold backup. This is preferable to stopping the service especially if you are stopping the service through the windows interface. If you stop the service through [...]
View Answer | August 2, 2004 6:14 PM
Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Desktop security, Hardware, Oracle, Oracle 8i, Oracle Application Server, Policies, Security, Servers, Software distribution, Standard Edition, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows client administration and maintenance
You could set up a scheduled task to do the backups and use net stop to stop the service and net start to start the service. Set this up in a batch file and schedule it with the credentials of an admin or at least someone who belongs to the ora_dba group
View Answer | August 2, 2004 3:04 PM
configuration, Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Desktop security, Hardware, Oracle, Oracle 8i, Oracle Application Server, patching, PEN testing, Platform Security, Policies, Security, Servers, Software distribution, Standard Edition, vulnerability management, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows client administration and maintenance
sorry no, we have not used this feature yet
View Answer | June 22, 2004 8:23 AM
DB2 Universal Database, Sun, UDB for client/server, Unix, Windows
Have you looked at Quest Software’s (www.quest.com) offerings? They sell some really good DB2 utilities that might work well for you.
View Answer | June 3, 2004 6:50 PM
CIO, DB2, IT architecture, MVS, OS/390, OS/390/z/OS, UDB for mainframe, Vendors, z/OS
The best solution would be to install a knowledge management system. They can do boolean and text searches, simultaneous searches across mutiple databases, limit access for security purposes, link files and offer the ability to build the data as new items are created. There are many products out there. I researched a few for my [...]
View Answer | June 3, 2004 11:02 AM
Content management applications, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server
To give an answer, i would have to know more about your security policy, industry, and current enforcement in your company. These are the three key factors in selling security in the organization–you have to sell to the perceived needs of your audience.
View Answer | May 25, 2004 3:41 PM
That would all depend on the number of workstations in the network, the size of the company, the experience level of the users (computer experience level), etc… Can you provide more details?
View Answer | May 21, 2004 5:00 PM
Yes, I use a parody of Jeapardy called SAPardy. I made it using PowerPoint, complete with all the sound effects. People love it.
View Answer | May 13, 2004 12:28 PM