• Email encryption

    Dear Colleagues: What is the best way of detecting whether email messages are transmitted as cleartext? I want to determine whether our company email messages are encrypted or not when they are transmitted within and out of the corporate network. Thank you very much!

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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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  • Blue Screen Of Death

    Hi All, I have a machine running on windows NT 4.0 service pack 6a, Its hard disk has partition c: and d: C: is a system partition and i have some Programs installed on D: drive. Recently I got encountered with Blue Screen Of Death with some reason and the mass storage device the SCSI Hard Disk is...

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  • Nested stored procedures in SQL 2000

    How can I use results from one stored procedure (result is a record set not a single value) in another stored procedure and assign it to a temp table in the second procedure?

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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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  • 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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  • Unable to install SQL 2005 Developer Edition

    I have been trying to install the SQL 2005 Developer Edition from the MSDN subscription DVDs. The install process claims that there are remnants of the Beta edition of SQL 2005 on my computer. I did in fact have the SQL 2005 Beta, and uninstalled it using the uninstall tool that is provided as part...

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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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  • 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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  • Mandatory Roaming Profile Missing

    I have a Win2k Server domain with a WinXP Pro SP2 notebook client that I am trying to get a mandatory roaming profile to work. When I log into the notebook with it connected or disconnected from the network with the NTUSER set to .DAT, I get the proper profile that is stored on the server. The...

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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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  • WIRELESS BRIDGES

    Dear Sir's, I have two wireless bridges. Master and Slave which are 800 ft apart and two high gain antennas are attached to these units. I am finding a disconnection problem with these bridges. It works for a while but gets disconnected and after doing powercycle on the slave end the bridge starts...

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  • Norton 10.0.1 Tamper Protection Uninstall

    I've looked everywhere and can't find how to get rid of tamper protection after a manual uninstall of the AV itself. Everytime I right mouse-click on the server it tries to reinstall itself, and gives an invalid msi no matter where I try to point it. It's driving me crazy. It's my fault that I did...

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  • Out of office reply problem

    Hi all, I'm not able to get out-of-office replies in public folder. Is this a default behaviour? or please tell me how to rectify it. The server ver is Exch 2003 in native mode. Regards, Vignesh

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  • ANNOUNCEMENT ? MORE NEW CATEGORIES ADDED TO THE ISERIES CATEGORY

    UPDATE YOUR AREAS OF EXPERIENCE The following categories have been added to the AS400 ? iSeries section. Application development Systems management PC/Windows connectivity groupware & e-mail Career Opportunities for iSeries These categories were added last week: Backup & recovery Security Printing...

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  • Windows Server 2003 Terminal services

    I am configuring a server to be used as a file server for a small office. The server will be housed off-site and will need to be accessed remotely by 3 users. Is terminal services the best remote access solution in this case? If so can the server also handle licensing or is that necessary? I am new...

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  • Is it necessary to virus scan the IFS on the iSeries?

    With all the virus scanning going on automatically on corporate desktops, in firewalls, etc, is it really necessary to also virus scan the IFS on the iSeries? What do you think? -- Debra Tart, associate editor, Search400.com

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