• Everyday Security log become full and user can’t logon

    Hi, Sometimes in some of computers in my domain when I check their eventlog, I see some events about other users logon in their security log like below: ------------- Event Type: Success Audit Event Source: Security Event Category: Logon/Logoff Event ID: 538 Date: 2006/09/27 Time: 10:09:32 ?.?...

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  • Access Outlook express in home computer

    I set it up a new computer in my home office (connected via cable modem), and also want to access the program from the downstairs computer (wireless connection). The problem is some incoming emails show up on the office program and others show up on the downstairs machine (I think when the...

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  • Data Conversion on IBM AS/400

    Hi, We're converting some old master files in to new format files. These master files have around 58 million records each. We wrote COBOL programs to convert the format and write to the new files. In order to speed up the process we are splitting the each master file into 20 parts(i.e., 20 files...

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  • Question about IT management software

    Hello, I am just wondering if anyone knows of some software available for IT departments, that say is accessible to users through a company intranet site where a user can go in and log an issue or problem with their system which goes into a database, then once the issue is resolved the user can go...

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  • Wake on LAN / Magic Packet broadcast doesnt work through PPTP

    Hi, I have a network, where I want to use WOL from a remote PC. It works when I send a packet from inside the network (or on the server). If I connect via PPTP from a remote Windows XP PC, I can't wake up the PC on the LAN. I suspect the broadcast packet doesn't reach the LAN. The PPTP connection...

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  • Creating a domain and DNS question

    Hello, my company is on Netware 5.1 and we are planning to remove netware entirely and move to Microsoft Server 2003. We have two sites: One in LA and one in SLC. There is connectivity between the two and both are on separate subnets. Out goal is to put the company on a domain. Right now in SLC...

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  • Single Sign On with Windows NT and IIS and Domino

    Hi there, my dear peers, What solutions do you know for the following situation: A user has logged in into Windows NT using a certain name/password combination. He then starts his web browser and opens an application on an IIS web server (same domain) where he must be authenticated without entering...

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  • Security Training/Awareness

    I am embarking on a long tough project, part of which has to do with providing security training and awareness to a audience of 1500 people. I am wondering what others are doing to help get across some security messages - such as the computer security department won't ask you for your password and...

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  • Oracle 9i Designer

    Do you have any opinions on the use of Designer versus a tool like Erwin or PowerDesigner in handling the following concerns: Database generation Reverse engineering Accurately representing every detail of a database Speed Use for different DB platforms Thanks for any comments.

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  • Firewall policy rules for browse Yahoo mail‏

    In my environment, I am using ISA server 2004 and 30 client PC. I created firewall policy to all client should use only my corporate web page, Gmail and Yahoo mail. My corporate web page and mail working properly. But Yahoo mail page is not displaying properly in client system. I could see...

    pdsathishkumar3,790 pointsBadges:
  • Etherchannel with different port shapers

    I want to implement a new solution in my network. I want to make an Etherchannel over a STM1 radio link. I don't have Gi ports available so I want to use two aggregated FaEth ports. But I'm thinking of using different service policy on each interface. So, I want to put a service policy with a port...

    bogdanmucuta15 pointsBadges:
  • Do you see mobile malware becoming a dangerous trend for BYOD?

    In a recent report, FortiGuard Labs has seen a 30% uptick in mobile malware and is tracking over 250,000 unique malicious Android samples, along with 300 unique malicious Android families. The company says while BYOD is still a fast-growing trend, malware could affect both an employee's device and...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,925 pointsBadges:
  • When it comes to cloud services, is security your highest concern?

    In a recent Quocirca study for CA Technologies, it was found that IT security spending was higher among companies who said they were enthusiastic about cloud computing services. But 72% said they lacked the resources required to secure their cloud services. When it comes to cloud services, is...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,925 pointsBadges:
  • Forgotten Skydrive Password, I can access via laptop but not from Windows phone

    I have had to do a factory reset on my HTC 8x Windows phone and have retrieved everything including full Outlook sync, but still cannot access SkyDrive files from my phone.Is it possible to find my password?If it is not and I have to reset my password, does that mean that I have to change my...

    johnrr5 pointsBadges:
  • How much does security play into your decision when deploying hypervisors?

    With security of paramount importance, admins should understand hypervisor vulnerabilities and the current concepts used to maintain security on virtual servers. Additionally, ways to minimize the hypervisor's system footprint and thus the potential attack surface should be considered. Does...

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  • What’s your take on DefCon asking Feds to stay away from the conference?

    After DefCon founder Jeff Moss' announcement that Feds should skip the hacker conference, the SearchSecurity team asked Trey Ford, General Manager at Black Hat, what Black Hat's stance on the issue. His response: All Feds are welcome. With all the hoopla surround the NSA, what's your take on DefCon...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,925 pointsBadges:
  • New updated version 2013

    I bought Kaspersky 2012 a week ago. Why wasn't it the 2013 version?

    suzyqsa1010 pointsBadges:
  • The remote device or resource won’t accept the connection

    Hi, We have setup a simple VPN server with PPTP enabled and have forwarded correct PPTP 1723 port and GRE 47 on plain Windows Server 2008(NOT R2). Now when I am trying to connect from any VPN client ie: Windows 7 or XP it connects fine and I can PING the VPN server but I am unable to browse the...

    farikhan5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS works fine for internally but unable to resolve external websites

    I have a Windows 2003 server domain and around 50 users. While I was checking the DNS yesterday, I have found that its not resolving external websites from any of the domain computer. I checked through nslookup > www.google.com, I get the error DNS request time out timeout was 2 seconds request...

    Hunzian20 pointsBadges:
  • Data protection options

    Data protection....I have been asked by a finance company to confirm my address which I did I was then asked to confirm my date of birth and I asked them to ask me another security question, they refused and the call ended. I am in the right to ask for another security question relating to data...

    english2810 pointsBadges:

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