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  • connecting the 5th and 7th floosr of a building

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  • Exchange 5.5 in a Server 2003 AD Domain

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  • Windows 2003 Static Arp Problem

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  • Limiting access to VPN users

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  • AMD Sempron

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  • CDROM Upgrade Dell 2800 Server

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  • School Project-setting up a network from the ground up for a real estate business that has 10 satellite offices. $125,000 budget.

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  • Temporary Internet Files ( long file names – can’t delete )

    I have come across a few files on several computers that have files with long names in the temporary internet files folder. The files can not be renamed or deleted. Has anyone come across this problem before and if you have, Please let me know what worked for you. I have tried deleting the files...

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  • Server Abbreviations

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  • Active Dir. Web Based Password Reset Tool?

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  • Defrag 725 GB ona Windows 2000 Server: Pros and Cons

    Good morning! I hae had some performance issues on a Win 2K files server and have been given a recommendation to defrag the system. I am reluctant to do so for two reasons: 1. We do not have an alternate server to place these files while defragging 2. The 2K server is configured as a dynamic drive....

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  • Windows XP virus Query!

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  • Report from check disk on active NTFS partition

    If I run check disk on the next system boot, I'd like to know if it found and fixed any problems. Does it generate a report, and where would I find it? Someone suggested the event log, but I may not know what I am looking for: a log, a report, a breif line item description?

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  • Compressing Old Files

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    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:

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