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    I am running a domain network with windows 2003 server and my clients are running windows xp pro. But they having a problem access the files from the server and it is taking them about a couple of minutes to access the files. Any Ideas why it would take a long time and why it is running slow??

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    I'm looking for a multifuntion printer that will do an excellent job of scanning slides. I had considered the Canon MP 960 or 970 but the reviews I saw said that they didn't do a very good job of scanning. Also I would like something around $200. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

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    In case of batch file transfer I believe Connect:Direct is very efficient. Can we compare Connect:Direct's strenghts for Batch Vs Real time file transfer?

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  • We want to deploy a 2nd new server which will be running windows server 2003 to become the new PDC but as the version of the exchange server is 2000

    Hi, We have acquired a company which is currently operating a with single DC(server 2000) which is also running Exchange 2000 very slowly. We want to deploy a 2nd new server which will be running windows server 2003 to become the new pdc and take on AD, DNS, DHCP, etc but as the version of the...

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  • Channeling Problems Cisco 2960 switches

    While trying to channel two cisco 2960 switches there tends to be a network problem...everything goes down. Could this be the way the switches configurations were set up?

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  • Wireless Connection

    My friend has a Compaq nc4000 that she purchased from the IT Department at her lawfirm. Everything on the laptop works great except that it does not detect wireless access points. Tried refreshing, reinstalling drivers from HP and ensured the hardware was detected. It shows as if was working...

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  • DHCP License

    The DHCP ip address is being used by some other computer and it wont release back into the license pool for another computer to use it. How do you get the DHCP ip address for the old computer? How can you reuse it?

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  • Printing problems

    I have a small remote network running 6 pc's (all of which have been connected to the domain at one time or another) that connect via T1 through vpn to our corporate office. 4 of the pc's (all xp) were moved from another remote location that was onced connected via frame to our domain, so needless...

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  • How do i need i Deploy Exchange ?

    Hi, Q, we need to deploy Exchange in our office for 40 user, how do i start with ? Q, We have ADSL connection in our office? I have discussed with one System Integrator, he says i have to register my domian with ISP and Mac Address before deployin Exchange. exchane 2003 is End of Life and there...

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  • Job 162968/QTCP/QTFTP00076

    We have several entries in our log. What is this message. Job 162968/QTCP/QTFTP00076 started on 06/07/08 at 15:00:02 in subsystem QSYSWRK in QSYS.

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  • How to use VBscript to see which users are logged in through UNC?

    I have DC server with Actve Directory. It works well. My question is, how can I use VBscript to find which users are currently logged in on my server through UNC?

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  • Windows 2003 server network connectivity problem

    I am running a windows server 2003. When configured it was working ok with all users browsing the internet. After a while user connected to the doamin cannot browse the internet again. Can it be that a policy was modified?

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  • CISCO 2811 ETHERNET CONFIGURATION

    I am using CISCO 2811 router. This CISCO router has a LAN connected via a switch on one side and the ISP via a fibre on the other end. The router looses internet connection periodically, up to seven (7) times every day and this interrupts office work. when I shut down ethernet zero (0) and bring it...

    Gentle5 pointsBadges:
  • when you ping www.yahoo.com what MAC address will see in ARP cache

    when you ping www.yahoo.com what MAC address will see in ARP cache can some one help me please

    Cricketuk15 pointsBadges:
  • I’m searching for a large scale SIP based analog/IP convertor

    We are deploying a large scale VoIP system (+/- 5000 phones), based on Asterisk and SIP. In some of our warehouses we want to keep using the existing analog phones. We have 2 options (that we know of) to connect these analog phones to our VoIP system: 1) Linksys SPA2102 analog/IP convertor...

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  • What happens if we add more switches on the network

    What happens if we add more swiches on the network,Is it affect to the performence and is there any limitation for that.

    ITdump20 pointsBadges:
  • limiting user access to shared printers Windows Sever 2003

    How do I limit user access for shared printers on server 2003

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  • How to force laptop to connect to wired instead of Wi-Fi connection

    My hotel room has both Wi-Fi and wired Internet access. The Wi-Fi is marginal so I'm trying to use the cat5 wired connection. My laptop defaults to the Wi-Fi connection. How can I force my computer to use the wired connection as opposed to the Wi-Fi one? This question was asked by a...

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  • Maximum Number of switched hops in a network

    Trying to get a definitive answer on how many switched hops you can put in a network. I'm trying to reach a portion of our building, that with the bends and twists and turns in the wiring, I'd be looking at about 400 - 500 feet straight through. I do already have three switched hops from my server...

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