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    What about limiting the users saved files to max 100M, is that possible on Windows 2003 server? When client saved movies files to their shared drive. or do I need 3rd party software?

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  • NIC info via script

    Hiya all, I have made a script (Copy and paste from microsoft, then tweak!!!!) to give me certain PC specs, and want to know how to add the NIC information to it, the script gvies me PC name, manufacturer, CPU make, model, speed, RAM, VGA adapter, and i just wanna add the NIC to it. If I can do...

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  • Calling operating system a process

    Can we call the operating system a process?

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  • Unable to install Oracle 8i in Windows 7

    Please help me to install Oracle 8i in Windows 7.It is giving error not found jrew.exe.

    Hem5 pointsBadges:
  • Opinion on rugged laptops for the enterprise

    Our field techs current Toughbook laptops are now out of warranty. We are looking at buying some new ones, but are wondering if anyone has any experience with anything other than Panasonic. OS choices are not a big deal, since they both are familiar with 7. We are looking at semi-rugged with...

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  • Windows Server 2003 office configuration question.

    I have a small company which has 8 employees plus myself. I have just bought 5 thin client machines and a HP Server. The 5 client machines will connect local ally via TS to use MS Office. 3 People will connect remotely to use MS Office via TS Server. What 2003 Server software and licenses do I...

    WinIT ATE110 pointsBadges:
  • SharePoint Service 3 – custom view from many lists

    Hi I am running W2k3 using SharePoint Services 3.0. I have a few lists which link to each other via lookup columns. I would like a view to display data which links across all lists. Can you provide a way to accomplish this? Here is my sample which does not work the way I would like: List "Company"...

    Zoiks5 pointsBadges:
  • Using multiple OS with the same server

    I have a single HP Prolient server which I normally use for testing applications. Now I need to test application on multiple OS. I may also need to automate the test setup to spend minimum time in testing for each of the OS. What will be the best way to use the same server and test with multiple...

    Gag3135 pointsBadges:
  • Memory Stick Virus

    One of my friends' computer has believed to be infected by a virus. Whenever he put memory stick to the computer, following files appeared in the stick: autorun.inf squxe.exe xnvjmz.exe These files can be deleted manually. But when he put that memory stick or other stick, the files appeared again...

    Kwo5 pointsBadges:
  • Removing preview pane in Outlook 2007 through GPO

    Is there anyway of removing permanently the auto preview pane in Outlook 2007 using a GPO? I believe this option existed in OL2003. I need to have this change through GPO so that users can't set it up again.

    Fsk00715 pointsBadges:
  • User log in to Active Directory Windows Server 2003

    I would like to check if the users still connect to the domain or format their PCs and doesn't log to the domain. Is there any way to check that last log in of the users instead of event viewer?

    73300915 pointsBadges:
  • RS-232 Port Buffer – Hardware protection

    I am looking for a device that attaches between the RS-232 port on a computer (in this case a laptop) and a Serial device (in this case an old programmable logic controller) that acts as a signal buffer. I'm NOT looking for something that stores data, rather I'm looking for a device that will...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 backup without software purchase

    How can I backup my entire Windows 7 system for disaster recovery without buying any software?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • User profile corrupted when I login to Windows XP

    Every time the user profiles has got corrupted when I login to Windows XP.

    Teamindya5 pointsBadges:
  • Preventing Windows mobile device center from working on Windows 7 laptops

    Can we prevent the Windows mobile device center from working on Windows 7 laptops?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • PST size in registry in Outlook 2003

    Dear Sir, I am using Outlook 2003, Now I want to to add PST of Size 10GB. My question is that what is the registry value in hex decimal to add 10GB PST in my registry?

    Mobilink115 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up distributed file system on Windows server 2003

    I am trying to implement DFS or distributed file system to replicate my user’s shares across several machines. How can I set this up on Windows 2003? What requirements are there and are there any prerequisites?

    ITKE354,860 pointsBadges:
  • Shut Down Options on Vista

    How can I change the options in the shutdown menu from Hibernate to shutdown? It's a pain to hit the pull down ans scroll down to shut down every time.

    Spywarebiz90 pointsBadges:
  • System hang during boot process

    We have PCs HP Compaq dc7100, one of them become hangs during boot process, with no error message, after restart it works fine. After shutdown when we start again the same problem occur, The System configuration is Intel processor 2.8 Ghz (915 Intel chip set) Ram 1 GB 333Mhz (512*2) Hard disk 80 GB...

    Solo5 pointsBadges:
  • Resource calendars: deleting cancelled meetings?

    My company has set up resource calendars in Exchange to manage meetings for our conference rooms. However, whenever someone cancels a meeting, the meeting does not get deleted from the resource calendar. Instead, it just shows as a cancelled meeting. The only way to delete it is to do it manually....

    Jenshumate15 pointsBadges:

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