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    My question has two parts: 1- Is there any way to create DB2 at a PC similar to what is exist at IBM I-Series AS/400? 2- Is there any RPG Compiler that I can install and run it and PC?

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  • Lost meeting requests in Outlook 2003

    The operating system is Windows XP Service Pack 2. Microsoft Office is current up to Service Pack 1. I have an end-user that is administrative assistant to several officers. She manages their calendars and schedules their appointments. As their delegate, she receives their meeting requests and...

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  • Automated IP Address Notification??

    Situation is: One of my customers has DSL with a SonicWall firewall with VPN configured, so that they can get back to their server while on the road. Problem is: They've got a dynamic IP Address, and don't want to pay money for a fixed one (would add > $40/month). The DHCP IP Address doesn't...

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  • How to print the content of a windows form

    Hello I need to print the content of a windows form. The content is a background image and a group of labels and textbox whit information. This form is like a Payment receipt. I need to print all the content of the windows form, but I don't know like to make it.

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  • isearch toolbar

    Has anyone heard of a malware product called isearch toolbar? If so, do you know how to get rid of it?

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  • Windows desktops generating unnecessary(?) network traffic

    We have Windows desktops with XP SP2 installed. We have servers on the network but they are not Windows servers. One of the Windows desktops produces many broadcasts to _._._.255 on port 137. We have tried disabling file and print sharing and master browser but neither has helped. Our first...

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  • Small Business Server 2003 slow login to server itself

    I have a small network consisting of 4 servers, our dc is sbs2003 and the next is windows server 2003, the other 2 are linux based and not an issure here, when i log into the domain on client systems everything is fine, login into the second server via rdp is fine however if i try the same for the...

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  • Cisco PIX VPN Bridging – Am I missing something??

    Hi, I'm tryin to set up a VPN between two internal sites on the same subnet. I have 2 PIX 506E's linked together (physically) in my test lab (on outside interfaces). All the configuration examples I've seen of setting up a VPN is between 2 different logical networks. However, I want them to act as...

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  • Windows 2003 Group Policy and NT4 Workstation

    I am migrating to Windows 2003 and the documentation is a little confusing. Will I be able to take advantage of Group Policy features such as desktop lockdown on the NT workstations?

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  • RPC over HTTP problem and Exchange, RPC ping error 12175

    Hi all, I'm having a problem with a small amount of the clients that use RPC over http for Exchange 2003. Before I carry on, I have all the correct configuration (XP SP2, Exchange 2003 SP1, outlook 2003, etc..), and I know it works becuase most clients do work. I am now reduced to using RPC ping to...

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  • Using the “Scavange” feature of Microsoft DNS

    I am looking for advice on enabling the Microsoft feature for DNS scavanging. My environment is MS Active Directory with a mix of 2000 and XP clients using MS DHCP and several server systems using fixed IP addresses (both Windows 2000 servers and various Linux servers). Can anyone outline for me:...

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  • Win98 clients cannot connect to ISeries file share

    I have created some Windows shares on our AS/400. I have also set permissions appropriately (to give specific users rights to specific share(s)). Here is what I have found: 1. All of my Windows XP machines have no problem mapping drives to the appropriate share(s). 2. SOME of my Windows 9x machines...

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  • PIX – Allow UDP replies in.

    Hi All, The president of my company has started to use skype (www.skype.com). There is a function in the program to do file transfers. When we try that the program show that it has to relay the transfer and when it does that it limits the bandwith to 0.5kB/second. I've pasted the documentation that...

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  • SSSLOOOWW network

    I have a Windows Network with Windows clients (42 XP Pro SP2 and 8 W2k Pro SP4+). All the workstations are 500 MHz or better, 256MB RAM or better, and run McAfee VirusScan 7.1, all have 100mb NIC some embedded, some 3C905's. Our primary server (W2k) was a Proliant 800, dual 550MHz PIII's, 1 GB RAM,...

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  • Exchange 2000 issues

    I seem to have 2 issues. Both are on the same setup. Windows 2000 Server running Exchange 2000. Both have all the latest patches and SP's. 1) Mail will flow inbound just fine. Some mail will flow outbound just fine. Certian addy's just have in the SMTP queue ( AOL,Yahoo, Bellsouth ). Other mail...

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  • Windows 2000 Server – problems deleting user files

    We are a small private school with 3 servers running Win2K server. Client desktops have either Win2k or XP pro. Each of our 150 users has a login and a roaming profile, so that all files saved are saved on the designated server in a folder that has permissions set only for the user, admin, and...

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  • pfmigrate of public folders from Exch5.5 to E2K3 fails

    We are migrating from one Exchange 5.5 server on Windows 2000 Server to a new Exchange 2003 SP1 server on Windows Server 2003. E2K3 is installed, connected to the old site, AD working, and I have successfully moved a number of users' mailboxes. Next step is to migrate public folders, but when I...

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  • CRM 4.0 v’s Customised Mobility Sales Solution

    Hello We are a consumer goods company operating R3 & CRM 3 and looking to implement a hand held mobile workforce solution. We are trying to decide whether to use Mobile CRM 4.0 or integrate with a third party customised mobility sales solution. Does anyone have any evaluations on the advantages and...

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  • Delete last Exchange 5.5 Server

    We are trying to move from a mixed environment with a single 5.5 and 2003 exchange server. When we follow the MS article to remove LAST EXCHANGE 5.5 server it fails telling us that "the object was not found in the directory. This may be because replication not completed. Microsoft Exchange...

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  • mail getting queued more than 700 in exchange server 2003

    haii guys ... i have serious problem with my exchange server 2003 which is running in win 2003 server ... the prob is the emails are getting queued mainly in the local delivery its getting queued i had checked all the services regarding the exchange mainly the routing and all and the dns setting...

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