When you open the wireless zero configuration tool does it actually say you are connected? If not, then disconnect and reconnect the network and reenter the key. It sounds like the computers see the network but aren’t actually connected to it. Hope this helps! -Schmidtw ************************************ Check to make sure that the “gateway” address in [...]
View Answer | September 9, 2008 1:41 PM
Network connectivity, Routers, Wireless Internet
<b>Update 9/8</b> Things are close after the first week and it is still anybody’s contest to win After the first week the standings are: MrDenny 645 SchmidtW 625 Labnuke99 435 WRobinson 435 There is still time for other to gain Knowledge Points by asking, answering and discussing questions.
View Answer | September 8, 2008 1:42 PM
AS/400, CIO, CRM, Database, DataCenter, DataManagement, Development, Exchange, Linux, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Networking, Oracle, SAP, Security, Storage, Virtualization, Virtualization and the hypervisor, VoIP
Delete the device partnership in OWA, also on the handheld device. Reconfigure ActiveSync on the device.
View Answer | September 6, 2008 4:00 PM
ActiveSync, Exchange 2007, Mobile email, Pocket PC, Windows Mobile
Wireless access points don’t always encrypt data specifically. If the access point is configured without encryption then the connection will not be encrypted. If the access point is configured for encryption then as the data flows from the wired network through the access point the data will be encrypted over the air. The access point [...]
View Answer | September 4, 2008 6:04 AM
Encryption, Traffic Decryption, Traffic Encryption, Wireless data security, Wireless networking
Web service will give you the most portable solution and allow you the most flexible solution in the long run.
View Answer | September 4, 2008 5:56 AM
Access Database, Microsoft Excel, PDAs, Research Assistant, SOA and Web services, Visual Basic, Visual Basic 2005, Web services
<b>Here are some resources that your Research Assistant, Margaret Rouse, found for you.</b> How will the iPhone fit in the enterprise? We challenged our expert to put the iPhone through a series of tests to see how well it integrates, whether it’s manageable, and whether its email, calendar and contact features can replace a BlackBerry. [...]
View Answer | February 27, 2013 4:02 PM
iPhone, Research Assistant, Wireless security
<b>Here are some resources that your Research Assistant, Margaret Rouse, found for you.</b> Wi-Fi-based real-time location systems (RTLSs), which use the 802.11 protocol to track connected devices, could be poised to grab some of the market generally associated with RFID tracking, allowing some enterprises to leverage their existing wireless networks to track devices, shipments, and [...]
View Answer | August 29, 2008 2:50 PM
Asset management, Mobile, Research Assistant, RFID
Hi Adrix, As you are starting a career in IT, i would like to tell you that you are really starting with a good course. CCNA is all about networking, and to do almost anything in the IT field will require an understanding of the networking concepts. CCNA can be coupled with any course of [...]
View Answer | August 28, 2008 12:12 PM
Hi. I had the same problem. I work in an environment where I am not considered mobile enough to warrant a company Blackberry. However I have my own and like to keep my calendar with me. I went online to RIM’s (Reasearch In Motion) and downloaded their Desktop Manager ver 4.2.2 and that simply allows [...]
View Answer | August 27, 2008 2:46 PM
BlackBerry, Lotus Notes Calendar, Mobile synchronization, Synchronization
Having been involved in support in the Publishing / Graphics / Design industry for a time, my first question would be WHY would you want to run the entire CS3 suite at the same time??? The specific components, while complimentary are almost mutually exclusive as to the functions they perform (almost…). To answer your question, [...]
View Answer | August 25, 2008 6:01 PM
Adobe, Graphics cards, Mac OS X, MacBook Pro
Did your password recently change? It would need your Outlook (Exchange/AD) credentials for login.
View Answer | August 25, 2008 4:14 PM
ActiveSync, Exchange user settings, Windows Mobile Device Center
As I recall, the only way you can do it is by the “one by one” procedure described here: <b> Click on the contact and then select the blackberry symbol and then option is near the top that says copy to sim phone book… you can only do 1 at a time though.</b> . And, [...]
View Answer | August 22, 2008 2:02 PM
BES, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, SIM card
This link to <a href=”http://www.scribd.com/doc/2218143/Blackberry-Enterprise-server-Whitepaper-for-exchange-server”>technical white paper on BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Exchange </a>will help you to get what to want to do
View Answer | August 22, 2008 5:14 AM
BlackBerry, Exchange 2003, Smartphones
did you try mail app – options – general options – hide sent messages ?
View Answer | August 18, 2008 9:42 PM
BlackBerry, BlackBerry email, Sent messages
You will need some type of gateway that can communicate with both systems. I would suggest working with either the Alcatel or Cisco resellers in your area to find a solution to this issue.
View Answer | August 18, 2008 1:05 PM
ALCATEL, Cisco, VoIP
go to the control panel, find the mail accoutns icon, open it, add NEW profile (don’t copy existing) and you should have a new set of *.psts for that new profile then.
View Answer | August 17, 2008 8:23 PM
.PST files, Mobile synchronization, Outlook, Outlook profiles, Sony Ericsson PC Suite, Synchronization
If you have to play with the cable it doesn’t seem like it’s a super serious issue (meaning you wont have to replace the whole device). If the blackberry is still under warranty, contact your carrier. If not, check to see if the connectors on either end are bent. If they are, choose whether u [...]
View Answer | August 15, 2008 4:53 PM
BlackBerry, Blackberry Curve
One easy way to see attendees is by replying to the appointment. The TO field will then be populated.
View Answer | August 15, 2008 4:09 PM
BlackBerry, Exchange 2003 SP2, Outlook, Outlook 2003, Outlook calendar
I don’t think that the 8830 takes a sim card that can be changed. It’s under the cover and isn’t a user serviceable part. I popped the back plate off my 8830 and nearly lost my SD card in the couch in the process looking for it. When you pull the battery cover off, to [...]
View Answer | August 14, 2008 6:52 AM
BlackBerry, BlackBerry 8830, SIM card
You say you log into her desktop and the emails “download” to her inbox. Try to be more specific. Tell me, when she “logs in” to her desktop, is her outlook already open, in otherwords by logging in, is she just in fact “unlocking” a previous login she never actually logged completely out of? I [...]
View Answer | August 13, 2008 2:54 PM
BlackBerry, Exchange 2007, Outlook, Outlook Web Access, OWA