• LANDesk or Desktop Authority

    I am currently testing these two products for my environment. Script Logic's Desktop Authority really does a fantastic job of helping put an easy face to group policies, while still offering nice remote management, inventory, etc. LANDesk seems like a solid product with very nice features to but it...

    Kengib660 pointsBadges:
  • Deep Freeze 5

    Has anyone worked with Deep Freeze 5? We have it installed on one work station and are trying to use it on another, but are unable to make it work. It will not show the systems on the network. Any ideas on how to copy it over to another work station and have the same controls? You would think copy...

    Littlejuanito7420 pointsBadges:
  • Black Hole Routing Issues

    Original Symptoms Started very suddenly, one morning we came in to find: • Outbound Exchange mail queue building (inbound ok). • Some inbound users not able to access our external services, depending on where they were trying to connect from, connecting but timing out on web, terminal server...

    KevWay5 pointsBadges:
  • How could i work form home?

    I wanted to give one of my employee a connection to the corprate internal email sever as well as a telephone and network connections, sometimes my employee wants to conduct an online meeting with other employee, how could this be done?

    Dfss200215 pointsBadges:
  • Support staff / Networks

    After building a Network for a small sales company, what should i be looking for when looking to hire support staff? How much can i expect to pay and what would they offer the company? Thank you!!

    Stesand15 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange and sharing of single resource

    My firm works in a building shared with another similar, but quite separate firm. We are about to share one single resource - a meeting room. Both firms are running MS Exchange and using the Outlook calendar for resource booking - but with completely separate Exchange instances on different...

    Onilke95 pointsBadges:
  • Time to Live

    If you ping a pc in a LAN the TTL value is 128 whereas if you ping a pc from one network to another network the TTL value decreases from 255 to 254. My question is why the TTL value is 128 in a LAN.

    CiscoX10 pointsBadges:
  • How to Setup an Enterprise Network on Windows Environment???

    I wanted to learn how to manage an Enterprise Network. Can I please get a Step by step instruction on how to setup an Enterprise Network on Windows considering Active Directories Sites and Services and DNS Sites and how to start and build this Enterprise Network so I can learn how to manage it?...

    2410 pointsBadges:
  • Static ip setup advice

    Hi, Im new to this side of things so any help appreciated..:) The router i have is a 3com Office connect adsl modem/router 3crwdr200a-75. My isp provides me with 5 static ip address`s and what i would like to do is route some of these ip address`s to different pc`s i have so that i can run a ftp...

    Welshone30 pointsBadges:
  • Segmenting a network

    What are the benefits of segmenting a network? Can l use a switch to segment a network?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Designing a wide area network

    Need help designing a wide area network (WAN) Here are the instructions that were given. Design a wide area network (WAN) between offices that includes appropriate math calculations to meet the bandwidth. Describe the general type of WAN connections and network hardware that will be used to...

    Mikesmith443go5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting administrator account for remote connetction………….

    Hi Is there a way to set a policy on DC that allowing administrator account remote connection to all computers in domain!!!!???I think it is two part first is addind administrator account to every computer in remote connection item and next click the check mark in "Allow users to connect remotly to...

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • How do I see one HBA ww port name ?

    I want to know what is the command or set of step to get to the ww port name of a Fiber Channel card. I thought it was on the strsst menu, But I can´t find it

    Murgangel15 pointsBadges:
  • simple network setup between 3 PC’s

    Is it possible to share files and printers between 3 pc's but not share them with the internet when connected to the internet? Restrict files to only identified pc's. One of my pc's may be connected wireless.

    Minncush5 pointsBadges:
  • Availability management metrics

    Hi, Whats are various method to calculate Availability? Whats are the consideraions for availability management?

    NeeleshPujari5 pointsBadges:
  • Troubleshooting Internet connection

    Hi, I've bought one laptop and I'm trying to connect it to the Internet via VIRGIN connection. It doesn't work for me and always shows "No page found" error, but the Internet works fine on my friend's laptop. I've seen the connection properties: it shows that packets sent are 626, packets received...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless network

    I have installed a Netgear wireless-n router in my church and it works fine for the laptop computer across the hall. However, the computer down 100 -200 feet down the hall cannot access the internet. How can I boost the signal so that the computer down the hall can connect?

    Azikiwee3235 pointsBadges:
  • WAN analyzer shows misaligned frame errors

    I have setup a frame-relay connection between two nodes A and B using two routers and a third router configured as a frame-relay switch. I have connected a WAN analyzer between the router of node A and frame-relay switch. My WAN analyzer shows Misaligned Frame errors (though they are very small)....

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • a comparison of the different types of network topology

    please, i urgently need someone to answer the question for me.I need an explanatory comparison of the diifferent types of network topology, considering the following factors; cost, troubleshooting, network cabling expansion, redundancy/backup, and any other areas of interest to you.

    Teesquare5 pointsBadges:
  • ibm as400 printing on a networked dell printer

    Does anyone know how the heck to set up a Dell printer for as400 printing? (not using an emulator like mocha for local printing)

    Produkt30 pointsBadges:

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