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    Enviornment Variables: Company Network Running Windows 2003 on 2 Servers for DNS. Using Private IP's Internally, NAT through PIX 515E Firewall to Cisco 2610 Router with 2 T1's load balancing to different networks. clients running DHCP. The configuration was working. Something has affected DNS...

    MSchipper0 pointsBadges:
  • Home Directory Drive =% homedrive% Therefore USB stick = ???????

    If you've installed memory stick device and I want them to copy files without identifying its own character, such as c: \ or D: /, what is the abbreviation USB stick which equals? As an example: Home Directory Drive =% homedrive%. Therefore, USB stick = ???????

    abdelghany5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot open a .OST file in Outlook 2007

    My hard disk had a problem and I had to back up my data in another hard disk. Once I got a replacement, I copied back my data. On opening my mails, I noted all my .PST files had changed to .OST and thus I was unable to open them. I get an error " The file you chose is not an outlook data file. You...

    Flojo35 pointsBadges:
  • Sent document to network printer by mistake

    I am disconnected from my network, but sent a print job by mistake to the network printer. I have removed the device and do not see any jobs in my print spool. Can I be sure the document will not print when I reconnect to the network?

    leighr5 pointsBadges:
  • VBD file not loading in IE9

    We have to built few custom plug-ins in VB and made a Batch for end user to run them which in turn loads the DLL in IE. Now after upgrading the browser to IE(. They are not running, like program goes to the browser and ask for .vbd file to open or save and whatever user clicks it goes back to the...

    Ashishpanday5 pointsBadges:
  • Shadow copy error to clone C and F drive

    I installed "shadow copy"  to clone my C drive to F drive both the same size and NTFS. I received an error part way through which said" Could not copy file C:Program Files(x86) Microsoft Visual StudioVfp98FFCPIVTABLE.VCT error code 0" Does anyone know if I can resolve this and how. Thanks! Malcolm

    malcolmg15 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t open file in Windows Explorer

    If was looking at a file I could not open. It was on a dvd/cd. I'm in Windows Explorer. It says Mark.vi ....it. a file. Can I open it? If so, how?

    Greatesq10 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot shut down

    Why can't I shut down?

    CorneliusFarrell15 pointsBadges:
  • How to determine outlook version that created OST file

    I have an old OST file that I have been trying to convert to a PST. The problem I am running into is that I need to know what version of Outlook created the OST file. I don't remember the version. Is there any way to figure this out?

    Cfospam5 pointsBadges:
  • Is CMOS a reliable semi-conductor?

    Is Complementary Metal Oxide Semi-conductor (CMOS) a highly reliable semi conductor but unstable at certain temperature? If not what semiconductor is it?

    KantaK5 pointsBadges:
  • The IT Blog Top 10: Oct. 29, 2009

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    ITKE364,315 pointsBadges:
  • The effects of cache memory deletion on actual data

    What effects does deleting your cache memory have on your actual data?

    AaronPaul25 pointsBadges:
  • HP MSA60 Replacement Procedure

    Good day. I just have a question, we have HP MSA60 and it has FAILED BATTERY RAID CONTROLLER. Does anyone knows the step-by-step procedure on the replacement? Or does anyone here knows a link of forums for servers of HP, Dell, Sun and Cisco as well. I really need to learn everything immediately....

    excellentrandy1,275 pointsBadges:
  • What do my Event Viewer files mean?

    How can I figure out exactly what my Event Viewer files mean?

    zaine110 pointsBadges:
  • Event viewer shows logs after I get off the computer

    Basically I got off at 1:41 pm, March 2nd. The event viewer shows that but it also says I was on march 3rd at 3 am to 4am and I wasn't on, I was asleep. No one else has access to my computer. What is going on???

    zaine110 pointsBadges:
  • Error loading operating system on Dell poweredge 2800

    I keep getting this error on my Dell PowerEdge 2800: Error loading operating system.

    bangalorepr5 pointsBadges:
  • Coworker logged into my computer as me

    Coworker had to use my computer. She doesn't have my password and supposedly logged in as a different user. Problem is, my desktop came up and she had access to everything as if she was me. How is this possible? My IT says there is no way she could have accessed my password.

    Amolina515 pointsBadges:
  • ISeries Report printing to network printer – font too small

    We have an AS400 print file which is defined with: 10 CPI, 6 Lines per Inch, Width of 132, Length 66, Font Idetifier is *CPI. We were using an AS400 print emulation session to print the report but want to get rid of this and use a device/outq on the as400. The report prints to a networked HP4050...

    Lehanb30 pointsBadges:
  • M91/p Video Troubuleshooting: BIOS Driver Interactions

    Can NOT get DID (dual independent displays) to work at all, (Type-M7033A2U, ID-M91p). Win7pro/64 sees only one monitor(1) and repeats that screen.  Blog says to update video driver to the latest Win7pro/64 version,  b2vdo24us14.exe.  My Big Concern: Can this driver behave properly with my down...

    doctorlenovo5 pointsBadges:
  • Converting Oracle Report 6i into Excel

    the problem is in report the data is correct but when i try to convert into excell the dupicate rows are beuing formesd..i also did a page protect variation but report changes but not the converted file. if i have 50 records on page 1 then in report it shws 50 rows only but in xcel it shows 55 rows...

    Programmerjan35 pointsBadges:

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