• SFTP supporing FTP product

    We have some external contacts that continue to use FTP to our FTP server. Is there an SFTP product that would support FTP without changing out the client software? This server is running Windows 2003 Server. I understand there is also a way to have both FTP and SFTP running on the same server....

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  • DNS PTR records inexplicable appearance

    I've met some strange DNS server behavior. A month ago I've renamed the domain. Today I found a PTR record containing old domain name. I deleted it, but after refresh I saw this record again. I checked DNS update requests log for the request to create this record but didn't find anything. How can I...

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  • Encrypted files on External HD, host machine formatted but recoverable

    Here is the lowdown, we have an external HD, and we backed up all the data needed too it. What i wasnt told was that the backup was being encrypted as it was being saved to the HD. So the pc was given to me to format and reinstall windows on. I did and now we get an access denied error when we try...

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  • Digital Certificates-2

    Under what circumstances may an organisation decide to have its own Certification Authority(CA) rather than purchasing certificates from a commercial CA and its implications? Thanks in Advance

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  • Exposing an IP Address

    One of my customers wants to use a software vendor who insists on having the IP address of the server which will host his software. he says this is so he can apply daily updates to the software. I am not comfortable exposing the IP addresses of any machine of the network and need some assistance in...

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  • Pix blocks Microsoft Office Communicator

    We are running Cisco VPN (3000 headend) clients (4.7.0) through a Cisco Pix 515 (6.3). Our VPN clients are unable to connect to Windows Live Commnications Server 2005 using Windows Office Communicator. The communication is set for TCP (not TLS). Looking at the PIX logs we see that the initial SIP...

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  • Security & Digital Certificates

    1)Services which can pose risks to the web server security? 2)Why is it advisable to have a stand-alone computer for a Registration Authority? Thanks.

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  • remote desktop web connections

    Hello I currently have a win2003 server, used mainly for remote desktop connections with terminal services. I would like to set up for remote web connections. Can this be done at the same time as regular remote connections are still coming in? I ask because I set up DNS on the server and was in the...

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  • Wireless Site Survey

    Does any know of a company that can do a wireless 802.11g site survey in the kenosha wis area ? I had a point to point wirelss setup and I am being told by Dlink that there is now signal interfance causing the devices to reboot. And I need to get a site survey to find out where the interfance is...

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  • Need for Intrusion Detection System (IDS) or Intursion Prevention System (IPS)

    Dear Colleagues: Can a well-configured firewall replace or be a substitute for an Intrusion Detection System/Intrusion Prevention System (IDS/IPS)? My client is currently a bank with several branches and units connected online. It currently has only a firewall but no IDS/IPS yet. What are the...

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  • Different Network with One Domain Controller

    I have 5 Network Locally and with One Domain Controller Windows 2000 how I add different Networks Clients in One DC with one NIC card and Kindly tell me the Minimum requirement of hardware and for Additional DC Hardware I am waiting for earlier response.

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  • Looking for good HIP.

    Hi, I am looking for a good Host-based Intrusion Prevention System to be implemented on Intel Servers in my Company. Is there anything you would recommend...?

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  • Connect two computers for data transfer

    I have a laptop & a desktop, both having Windows XP professional. Both have LAN card on them. I want to connect them using the LAN cable....how do i go about it. I tried using the network connections wizard, after hooking them up thru the wire..but it did not help....Pls advise. regards

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  • Running out of IP addresses

    We've been using 192.120.197.x with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 for our network for years. Due to adding more and more systems, we're quickly running out of available addresses. What is the easiest way to get more address? Can we simply change the subnet to 255.255.0.0 on all our devices?...

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  • NMAP IN WIRELESS

    Hello, Can any one explain me what is NMAP , how NMAP works and how to use it. Kind Regards, Gopal.

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  • Postfix and DNS

    I have installed Postfix on my server with DNS. I am not sure what information I should provide here so let me explain the setup and goals. I have SuSE Enterprise 9, Apache, Static IP address. In other words a hosted website/server. The goal is to also have this as a mail server. I am able to send...

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  • Unable to remote connect to a server using server name.

    I have a virtual server that have a different IP address than the host server. I was not successful when trying to connect to the VS using the its computer name. However, I can connect successfully using the IP address of the computer. What are the steps for troubleshooting and fix the problem? Any...

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  • Print Numbers in words

    By using a single SQL Query Is it possible to print numbers in words. Example : To print "5,550 Dollars" in words Expected Query result : "Five Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Dollars Only" Is it Posssible by a single query

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  • Loadsharing between two ISPs

    dear sir, I am looking for a load sharing solution between 2 leased lines for 2 different ISPs the diagram goes lke this: LAN-->Cisco Pix-->Router-->2 leased lines. can load-sharing be done at the router without extra configuration at the providers side? can CEF (cisco express forwarding)...

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  • Digital Certificates

    Under what circumstances may an organisation decide to have its own Certification Authority(CA) rather than purchasing certificates from a commercial CA and its implications? Thanks in Advance

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