• SQL Server worst practices

    Hello, My name is Nick Bellistri and I am the assistant site editor for SearchSQLServer.com. Jeremy Kadlec, a performance and tuning expert at SearchSQLServer.com, recently wrote up what he considers some of the worst SQL Server practices and offered recommended fixes. You can see the list here:...

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  • Power over ethernet

    How does Powere over ethernet connect from a switch for wireless?

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  • My printer’s host is changed, what do I do?

    Pls, help! There is a printer thats shared among 10 systems in my office. All the 10 computers used this printer perfectly. Recently however, I changed the hard disk of the computer connected directly to the printer(host). The host now can use the printer perfectly, but the other computers coudn't....

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  • Use of voice & Data on T1

    I have a business with two sites geographically seperated but have just installed a T1 line and now need equipment to get everything to talk. I want to split the T1 to offer voice and Data. I have 8 computers on either side and plan on having a microsoft exchange server in one site. I use...

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  • Will a directional antenna with higher db output make much of a difference

    The following question was submitted to SearchNetworking.com editors. Can you help? I am trying to set up a wireless access point to cover a couple of apartments near an office on a small campus. I set up an access point in the office, but cannot get a connection about 50 feet away in one of the...

  • Cisco VPN Client

    I am using Windows 2003 SP1. Cisco VPN client into my work place "connects" but I can not create a remote desktop connection to any machines on the 2003 domain at work. BEFORE I installed SP1 this all worked fine. I have disabled IPSEC and Windows Firewall from loading at startup at home....

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  • Increasing distance coverage

    The following question was submitted to SearchNetworking.com editors. Can you help? How much distance coverage can be increased if I use a 5dbi antenna instead of a 2dpi antenna attached to our D-link dwl-2000ap+ wireless router? How about 12dbi compared to 2 dbi? SaturnS...

  • What is “backhaul”?

    The following question was submitted to SearchNetworking.com editors. Can you help? I am just now getting into designing a wireless internet application for a customer to cover an extremely large international equestrian center. I'm pretty much self-taught in this field but one thing is bothering...

  • XP cannot ping W2K

    I have 2 machines at home one running on XP and the other on W2K. I have a wireless router goes to the internet and both machines getting IP from it using DHCP. Hence the ip for the 2 machines are 192.168.254.x From the W2K mahcine, I can ping the XP mahcine and access the web server in it...

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  • Secure File Transfer for Mainframe systems

    I would like to transfer files from Unix machine to Mainframe system (using Unix machine as client). The transfer process need to be secure (ie. data sent thro network should be encrypted using 128-bit encryption algorithm). I came to understand that SFTP server is not available for Mainframe...

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  • Internet Connection Sharing

    Hey all, Got a little problem with Internet Connection Sharing on Windows XP that I hope someone can help me with. I have a laptop with a built in wireless networking card (802.11b) that connects to a wireless router. The router also has two other computers attached to it (one wireless, one CAT5),...

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  • Computer name hidden when using VPN?

    When I connect to my corporate VPN from my home PC (using a Cisco VPN client, over a WIFI network through a cable modem/router setup), it appears my computer name is being obscured from the server, which is preventing access to some resources (such as CVS). When I try to ping my machine (the...

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  • iSeries NetServer Support for Windows Network Neighborhood

    I get iSeries NetServer Support for Windows Neighborhood work fine with OS/400 V5R1 by configuring NetServer through iSeries Navigator. However, the same operation does not work with OS/400 V4R2. Are there any PTFs that need to be applied? Your help is very much appreciated. Sincerely, OUMAROU

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  • wireless access points DHCP and drive mapping

    Hello all, I recently installed wireless access points in my organization. They are configured to set automatically via DHCP on a 2000 server machine. It seems to work fine. But when I map a drive on client laptops running XP Pro and set it to reconnect at logon the drive either mysteriously...

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  • Upgrade to SQL Server 2005 sooner or later?

    Hello, I'm the editor of SearchSQLServer.com and I am hoping to get your opinons on a timely topic. Prior to Microsoft announcing its November 7 release date for SQL Server 2005, we had run a poll asking site members: How have the delays with SQL Server 2005 affected your organization's plans? 58%...

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  • internet connection through local subnet

    I would like to set up a windows 2000 server with 2 nics so that the subnet attached to nic 1 could access the internet connection of the subnet attached to nic 2. I only need access to the internet connection, but NOT to the nic 2 subnet. I presume that NAT might be a good idea but would like more...

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  • Shuttle SK43G problem

    I am using a Shuttle XPC SK43G http://eu.shuttle.com/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-72/170_read-4105/ . I have installed Windows 2000 and am having problems with the onboard NIC. I am intermittently seeing the message "Network Cable Unplugged". The onboard NIC is a Realtek 8100B. I have installed the...

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  • Not able to connect to a particula site(www.midwich.co.uk)

    I haven't been able to get to www.midwich.co.uk since Saturday morning.Was OK last Friday went down while I was working on it Saturday.It seems that if I disconnect my router and reconnect after a few minutes that I can see the site, but after a few minutes I am unable to connect again. I can ping...

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  • Folder redirection

    Hello, I am trying to configure folder redirection. I want to redirect My docs and Desktop folders for just two users.I have configured the group policy for the domain under active directory users and computers. I have configured the two folders to be redirected to a shared folder on the network. I...

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  • How to use Exchange 2003 with my mobile Pocket PC from Internet

    Hi. I tested use OMA (Outlook Mobile Access) from Internet, this is usefull for mobile devices like cellular phones. But I want configure clients with pocket PCs to access their mailbox from Internet with active sync. Who knows what I need to do to configure the exchange server, what I need to do...

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