I know in the past it was strongly recommended to reboot Windows Server. However, with Windows 2003, is it still recommended? And if so, how often is it recommended? Thanks alot for any help
Answer Question | December 14, 2009 9:35 PM
Reboot, Servers, Windows Server 2003, Windows server 2003 upgrades and migration
My Windows Server 2003 box died which had WSS 3.0 on it. The server has been wiped and I still have the SQL Server intact. Everything is reinstalling now; can I just reinstall SharePoint and “reconnect” to the databases that already are there or do I need to start all over?
Answer Question | December 4, 2009 7:33 PM
Database administration, Servers, SharePoint, Sharepoint installation, SQL Server, Windows Server 2003, WSS 3.0
When setting up a server rack is it a good idea to leave some room in between servers or can you stack them on top of eachother? Also should longer servers go below shorter servers for cooling purposes?
Answer Question | December 14, 2009 3:55 PM
Data center cooling, Servers
One of the servers I manage is a 4.5TB Poweredge 2800 with a powervault 220s running Windows Server 2003 that no longer will boot and is about 10 months out of warranty. I started having some minor problems last week that I assumed were software related but then I did a reboot of the server [...]
Answer Question | August 25, 2009 4:35 PM
Dell, Dell PowerEdge 2800, PERC Arrays, PowerEdge servers, Powervault 220s, Server Hardware, Servers, Windows Server 2003
I’m running SAVCE 10.1 on a 2000 pro server virtual machine. I can’t push the av client or definitions from the server. I can’t update the client definitions from the server. However, all the clients see the correct parent server and are currently getting defs from the cloud. I only have one AV server and [...]
Answer Question | July 29, 2009 5:52 PM
Security products, Servers, Symantec, Symantec AntiVirus, Symantec AVCE 10.1
Can you upgrade the cd rom to accomodte a dvd rom or dvd r/w on a Dell 2800 Server
Answer Question | April 4, 2012 11:02 AM
Dell 2800, Server upgrades, Servers
Can I configure my network to reroute traffic to one server, so I can edit my firewall rules in one place?
Answer Question | September 15, 2009 5:36 PM
Firewall configuration, firewall rules, Firewalls, Network security, Network traffic, Networking, Routing and switching, Servers
What is a staging server? In what context it is used?
Answer Question | August 25, 2009 8:27 AM
Servers, Staging Server
In relevance to load testing on an application – what is the difference between test server, production server and staging server?
Answer Question | July 22, 2009 8:26 AM
production server, Servers, Staging Server, Test Server
Hi, I am looking to start a small business that would need a FTP server for about 20-50 clients. Each client would be transferring data to our FTP daily ranging from 100mb up to 100gigs of data. I have extensive knowledge on PCs but not to much about servers. Would anyone be able to give [...]
Answer Question | August 27, 2009 5:14 PM
Server Costs, Server Hardware, Server vendors, Servers, Small businesses
Is there anyone who has used or is using an Email Parser call Process Them? We are considering downloading the free trial. We need to save specific email attachments and specific emails without attachment to a folder on a different drive. Can this email parser be setup to run on a schedule, like every 1 [...]
Answer Question | April 30, 2009 12:23 PM
Email (systems), Outlook, Servers
Hello guys – quick and easy one I hope! I want to know what server environment is required to host and run .NET applications. Please help, thanks!
Answer Question | April 21, 2009 4:17 AM
.NET, .NET applications, Servers
I have a PPP network between our three office locations. In the master location I have a DSL line connected to my Layer 2 (L2) switch via a Cisco ASA 5505 Firewall. My server (ADC/DHCP/Proxy) is connected to the L2 switch. My branch office locations obtain IP through this server. I am using a Squid [...]
Answer Question | March 1, 2009 6:11 PM
Branch Office networks, Branch offices, Cisco ASA, Cisco ASA 5505, Cisco ASA Hardware Firewall, Firewall appliances, Firewalls, Internet connection, Network security, Network security appliances, Networking, Proxy, Servers
Our company is having 32 bit applications (client/server(powerbuilder/oracle) and web (asp.net/php)) connecting to 32 bit server (oracle 10g) . We are thinking of migrating to 64 bit server . Will it be any problem connecting to a 64 bit application with our existing applications(32 bit) Thanks
Answer Question | November 9, 2012 8:27 AM
Oracle 10g, Server migration, Servers
i have HP ML350T05 server with 4 quantity 146 GB SAS hard disk drives. i want to configure raid and mirroring. but i dont know anything about it. plz suggest a to z process to do that. suggest any link which referrs this issue.
Answer Question | May 31, 2011 4:24 AM
HP ML350T05 Server, RAID, RAID configuration, Server installation, Servers
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, [...]
Answer Question | November 3, 2008 9:11 PM
Server Hardware, Servers
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 available?
Answer Question | October 10, 2008 5:18 PM
Networking, Remote access, Servers, Service providers
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?
Answer Question | October 8, 2008 3:03 PM
CPU, CPU hours, Server Costs, Servers
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
Answer Question | October 6, 2008 5:51 PM
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 from power from a failure to either PDU.
Answer Question | October 2, 2008 3:14 PM
Data center backup power, Data center design and infrastructure, Data center power supplies, Firewalls, KVM, Load balancers, PDU, SAN, Servers, Switches