• Best solution for deploying Linux virtual desktop

    I'm looking to replace Windows XP client that's used only for web applications & mail with Linux/Ubunutu virtual desktop using a thin client or old PC. I'd like to have failover and balancing capability and a simple UI. Any suggestions?

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  • How do you prepare for snow emergencies?

    For those being affected by "winter mixes", how do you prepare or plan for all the stresses of snowstorms, blizzards and more? So far today, we've seen power outages, VPN overloads, network traffic spikes and more, but we'd love to hear what you're dealing with, as well as advice on preparing or...

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  • Locking down the USB & optical drives on Windows Server 2008 R2

    Can we lock down the USB and Optical drives on a Windows Server 2008 R2 box for all users except the administrators group or even just the administrator?

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  • When will IPv4 addresses really run out?

    When will IPv4 addresses run out? I keep hearing of different dates, and I don't know which one is right. Is there any way to know when the whole world wide Web will have to use IPv6 because IPv4 addresses have run out? Why isn't there a firm deadline?

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  • Central Windows Server to aggregate Windows security and audit logs

    Can we have a central windows server aggregate all windows security/audit logs? If not does anyone have a script to grab them from domain machines?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Aircard Router?

    Hello everyone, I have some very basic knowledge in networking and am trying to network 2 desktop PCs (1 XP, 1 Vista home) and allow them to use the same aircard for data access. No wired ISP service available in that area, only cell site. No laptop in use either. I have heard of a router making...

    Beate c5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 IMAP Configured for VPN Only

    I have a Mac user that accesses our network via a VPN. He has Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Mac and cannot connect to Exchange 2003 as per the limitations set by Microsoft that are well documented at this point. Apparently, the only way to connect to Exchange 2003 via Outlook 2011 on a Mac is via...

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  • WinXP Domain Controller

    I have a Win2000 Server. On workstaion identified by 'A' has WinXP OS with SP2. The another workstaion identified by 'B' has also WinXP OS with SP2. I have created two(2) user on Server named 'abc' and 'xyz'. I can connect both 'A' and 'B' PC to domain server by login ID 'abc' successfuly. Case-1....

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  • Sharing pool of memory on Windows Server 2003 virtual machines

    If I have four virtual machines running on a windows server 2003 can we share a memory pool across all of them since they will never be using it at the same time as the others because they are doing load balancing?

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  • Is it difficult/expensive to increase the ‘flash memory’ for a Cisco 800 router series?

    is it difficult/expensive to increase the 'flash memory' for a cisco 800 router series? I understand to use the GUI on the 800 series it needs more memory , thereore i'm curious to know how much/difficulty this is. appreciated. PT

    Pelvicthrust170 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange and TMG 2010 port numbers

    can any one, tell me how to enable Port number 995,993 . i am using Exchange server 2010 ,TMG 2010-the port has been disable during the implementation time.i really don't have the knowledge regrading these plz help.

    Redhot2006360 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures

    Designing Cisco Network Service Architecutres (ARCH), Second Edition, is Cisco authorized as a self-paced learning tool for CCDP foundating learning. Includes the latest in network infrastructure, intelligent network services, and converged network solutions. For those preparing for CCDP...

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  • Dark fiber vs. SONET

    What is the difference between dark fiber and SONET relating to the 10GBaseER/EW. "ER is deployed over dark fiber and EW is used primarily with SONET". I am not grasping this due to the fact that I though dark fiber is generally fiber not in use."unlit". And also I though ER dealt with computer...

    Subsetzer05 pointsBadges:
  • How to access my own mail server account via web

    i have set up mail server in windows 2003 it is working fine over lan now i want to accesse my email account via web and also send and recive mail via internet what shuld i do ????

    Parasthehunter20 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Router 2801 loads in ROMMON mode

    Hello There, basically i have a router Cisco 2801 when i turn it ON then it load and come to the ROMMON mode and giving the following error. " %C3600-3-SLOTS: Number of slots in chassis is undefined. %SMC-2-BAD_ID_HW: Failed Identification Test in 0/-1/-1 [1/0] The module in 0/-1/-1 in this router...

    Ahmer10 pointsBadges:
  • hp printer printing garbages continuously

    The printers are shared in a WAN and they print garbage pages, and it can only be stopped by stopping the printers. It uses Active directory accounts to order print jobs in the network. What do u think would be the solution? Thanks in advance for all your replies!

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  • Different naming in DNS & Computer Name

    we have our DC computer name: pm-vsp-dc03 and in DNS they put pm-s-dc01. we are trying to install new DC for replication but with errors can this naming conflicts affect the AD DS. and is it possible to rename the computer to match DNS name with no problems. Thanks in Advance

    Yassour35 pointsBadges:
  • Earn 250 Knowledge Points now by tweeting out our contest

    We've recently added 250 Knowledge Points to the following profiles for tweeting out our Google Nexus One Challenge: JaideepkhandujaOwenAmbroseCarlosdlRyan8613MarkK Tweet out our Google Nexus One Challenge now and you can also earn the 250 Knowledge Point bonus. Remember that you don't have to be...

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  • Running IIS to make one virtual server

    We have four Windows Servers 2003. Running IIS, can we make them all into one virtual server accessible by one ip address?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • High School Computer Lab Network set up to prevent cheating

    I am trying to set up the network in my classroom to prevent students from stealing, renaming, deleting, etc. other students' work on the shared folder. Before the teacher's computer died, I was able to set up the permissions as write only, but the smart student could still rename someone's file if...

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