• Printer default issue in XPPRO

    Good client presented this problem to me. We tried several tactics, and now are at a loss. His latest words to me: "I'm running Windows XP Pro, build 5.1, SP2. The printer that the system defaults to at reboot/startup is an HP 6210 "All In One", while the older workhorse that I want to use most is...

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  • DDos traffic generator

    Hi all, We are testing SERVICE CONTROL ENGINE of Cisco. I would like to test the SCE for detecting and preventing DDOS traffic. For testing SCE, I need DDOS traffic generator software. I searched in the Google but i didn't get. Can anybody help me to find out a DDOS traffic generator software. Can...

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  • AD Migration or Domain Split?

    We currently have a customer with a single Windows 2000 Active Directory forest and a single domain that contains approx 2000 users spread across several geographically disburse locations worldwide. All locations have a domain controller located locally. We also have Exchange 2003 deployed. The...

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  • keepalive

    HI, I am preparing for the ccna exam. Can any body help me, what is the purpose of keepalive command which we will give in routers when configurin the physical interfaces. Thanks & Regards, Rajesh.M

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  • Capture screen w/scrolling marquee

    My company uses a 3rd party software. There's one screen that has a few graphs and a few lines that scroll across the screen. Similiar to a Screen Saver's Scrolling Marquee. They redesigned the software and this screen will no longer exist. I would like to capture this screen w/scrolling marquee....

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  • Domino Server & VPN

    Hello, I have this problem: environment: 2 Domino 6.5.1 in Head Office (one for mail, the other for applications), a Domino 5.0.7a in remote office (in a different country). The connection to this country is based on VPN over internet; problems: 1)sometime the home router "hangs" and the mail was...

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  • Ad Hoc in the corporate environment

    I am the LAN/WAN/WLAN administrator for a division of a very large corporation. I just received a Dell Latitude D-600, which has a built-in Intel Pro Wireless 2200BG. We have quite a few D-600's and D-610's. Looking through the wireless security alerts on my switch, I noticed that there were a lot...

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  • Explanation & remedy for Web-based Attack

    Fully Patched fresh Windows 2003 with PLESK 7.5.6 Compromised again in 30 minutes after a CLEAN rebuild here is How attack occurs ========================== first we observe service.dll Nadeware.msi in system32 folder and a clone of srv-u FTP had run. then we observe an account named help added to...

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  • Linux Configuring Problem

    Hi Dear All, In our office i have some problem in linux, can u help me for solve that problem, if possible. Here we have two servers ( Windows & Linux) Linux is using for internet purpose. and we are assign ip address range 192.168.1.0/24 , windows server is 192.168.1.10 . In Linux machine we have...

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  • Port Forwarding through a UpNp Cascaded Network

    Port Forwarding through a UpNp Cascaded Network When one is forwarding ports through a upnp cascaded network (seperate ip ranges) Modem IP Internet:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX - 10.0.0.138 Router 10.0.0.1 - 192.168.1.1 Internal Network - 192.168.1.10 - 192.168.1.50 Would one forward ports like so??? Modem...

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  • Dynamic Local User in W2K clients

    Hello. Does anyone have an idea on how to configure a Wondows 2000 client to show the SID of any user that logs in to that computer. We run a Novell Netware 6.5 network, and have about 60 W2K clients. I have a generic local account for the W2K stations. When a user logs in, it does not record the...

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  • Hardware Firewall for Wireless

    We are plaining to implement wireless internet access in our company , which we be the best hardware firewall for wireless lan

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  • security groups

    is it possible to nest global security groups within another group - windows server 2003. thank you

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  • Performane disk warning…….

    Hi, Everyday my applicarion log is full of the below message: ------- the os is w2k server sp4 Hardware : Hp dl380 g4 ------- Event Type: Warning Event Source: PerfDisk Event Category: None Event ID: 2001 Date: 3/9/2006 Time: 7:53:00 AM User: N/A Computer: W2KSERVER3 Description: Unable to read the...

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  • NT4 Migration to Server 2003

    Here is the scenario: I?ve got an old NT4 PDC in place with about 600 users. This machine is very old, and will not upgrade to 2003. I have a brand new Windows 2003 Server. Keeping in mind I do not want to wipe this new machine and install NT4. I need to replace the NT4 PDC with this new 2003...

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  • Dns name change

    for some reason the computers hooked up to the network will sometimes change the connection specific dns suffix a domain name to mshome.net they are primarily running windows xp. i have found that if ipconfig/release is typed into the command prompt followed by ipconfig/renew that it gets fixed....

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  • bgp inbound filter

    Does anyone have any experience configuring BGP filters? If so, here is my dilemma: One of our core routers is hooked up to ISP A via BGPv4 and is recieving the full routing table of which is in excess of 100,000 networks. I would like to have it recieve routes only from ISP A's AS, and NOT every...

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  • Internet connection sharing……………….

    Hi, I have a workgroup that one of the clients in this group has two network adapter that I set an valid IP address on it with DNS and other settings and set an local ip address 192.168.54.20 on the other lan card without gateway address.It connected to internet easely but I want other computers in...

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  • re network

    hi i have two pc connected with a crossover cable. ip 128.102.126.71 and 128.102.126.72 and same subnet mask for both.the problem is when ping one pc with both ip i got the reply and when ping the other with the second ip i could not received the reply. i am sure that crossover cable am using is...

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  • Problem with roaming profiles

    Hi All In our office we have about 50-100 users most on Win XP Pro SPK4 and some on win2000 spk4 and all have roaming profiles, what it is its some people log on, and their roaming profiles dont follow them, they are able to connect to all the shared drives, use the internet etc. but their saved...

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