• Windows Server 2003 Synchronizing Files

    Hi, I haven't dealt with Windows Server 2003 but I was wondering if there was a way to synchronize the files with the users so that when someone logs into any computer in the office and does work their work is automatically saved back to the server? Thanks in advance, Dustin

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  • Mirror Database

    Is it possible to test mirror database logic with a single machine?

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  • Server set up

    I am starting a company sending mp3 files to subscribers that have a Premier technologies Net 7000 continuous mp3 player. I wish this to be completely hands free to the subscriber and wish to update daily the mp3 content. My question is: Can I do this with a server of my own and if so, do you know...

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  • Penetration Testing.

    Hi!! Good Morning. I have a simple question for you today. I intend to have a penetration testing done for all of my 3 sites - My US Office, My India Office & My US Datacenter. Can you suggest any trustworthy site which can offer me a free reliable scan? Also, I would like to have you suggestion on...

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  • POP3 and IMAP4 in Exchange 2003

    Good Day All! I have a working Exchange 2003 server. I would like to know if someone has configured POP3 and IMAP4 service along side SMTP, if so would it be possible to know how to configure it and if there are if any cons to this Exchange 2003 configuration. Thanks, Santiago

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  • Best way to link servers for remote access

    I am currently looking at setting up an additional office (approx 60 miles from HQ) and have only a very limited understanding of IT technology. What is the best way of linking servers to provide remote access and what are the comparative costs (for budgeting purposes) for the different systems...

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  • Cost Sharing A Server

    I have 3 business associates and we are sharing the cost of a new server. Disk space accounting a piece of cake, who's using the most of the CPU time a problem a the user level. Any ideas or products?

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  • Windows XP power settings not staying…

    The setup: Server: Windows server 2003. Workstations: Windows XP Mandatory roaming profiles. All computers login as the same user. I do not want the computers to go into standby or hibernate or turn off the monitor. I have configured mandatory profiles, set the workstations into 'Presentation'...

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  • Exchange Server Hardware Upgrade

    Where can specifics be found on ensuring all steps are covered when swapping out an old server for a new larger capacity server 1.6 TB

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  • Keeping non-redundant devices up during a power failure

    I need to connect several AC redundant appliances (Servers, Load Balancers, Switches, Firewalls, etc) to other non-redundant ones (SAN Switches, KVM). I have AC PDU’s for redundant and non-redundant devices, but I haven’t figured out the best way to avoid my non-redundant devices being cut off...

  • Why do IT projects fail?-3

    Hi, I'm a Computer Engineering at CSU Chico. I'm conducting a research paper on "Why IT Projects Fail". If someone could give me an example of a failed projects, "failed" meaning that it didn't get finished on time, or the final project did not meet the requierments. Also if you could give a quick...

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  • Capacity Expansion on RAID 5 Array

    I recently replaced the 4 18GB drives one at a time in my HP NetServer with 73 GB drives. The capacity shows up as the original 54 GB. I check the drives with disk manager and no additional unused space appears. How do I get the unused space to appear so I can create another volume or expand an...

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  • Too many XP profiles

    We have over 100 XP local profiles on our library machines. The users use thier own respective usernames to log onto our domain. We dontnor plan on using roaming profiles. Is there a way to delete the local profiles quickly without doing them one at at time? Is there a way to limit the number of...

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  • cost per hosted server

    What is the typical market cost for a hosted server of medium capacity?

    Larrydz5 pointsBadges:
  • No longer Can login, Help urgent

    We have 2 active directories (2 servers) I con login to one of them, but can't login to another Please check this Group policy on Domain. http://narbeh.vndv.com/untitled.JPG Help me please. the thing is I can connect to the other one. It says you must be granted Allow to log on terminal services....

    Narbeh25 pointsBadges:
  • Deciding on configurations for SQL Servers

    My new server has 3 x 146GB SAS 15k 3.5" HD, which came pre-configured as RAID 5, and 2x 73GB SAS 15k 3.5" HD, which came as RAID 1. Should I leave this configuration as is or should I change it?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • DC power in the data center

    Hi, I'm Peter Bochner, site editor for SearchStorage.com, and I;'m researching a story on electrical power, storage arrays and the data center. My question is a basic one, but I'm having a hard time finding an answer. Only some storage arrays are available with DC power supplies, and these for the...

    Pastepotpete5 pointsBadges:
  • I have a project involving an DS400 SAN connected to 2 Intel Servers IBM345 running Windows Server2003

    Can both servers connect to the SAN at the same time? Can both access the SAN at the same time? If not, what else do I need to make both share the volume on the SAN? If both servers are connected, when one fails the other take charge without restarting it? Is it as simple as detaching and attaching...

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  • datamining SQL with access

    I have been asked by the sales department to datamine our SQL database and pull the names and e-mails of all our guests for the last few years for a contact list. I am new to SQL but have worked with access in the past. Using access, how do I set things up so that access will see the database...

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  • How SQL Server will work with PerformancePoint Server 2007

    Can you explain the basic architecture and operation of PerformancePoint Server 2007, and how it might work with SQL Server?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:

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