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    We have two Mx Record (same ISP) pointing to the same mail server. The Mail Server is REDHAT Linux. I want to send a mail to user@ip address (first or second Mx Record). This is basically to test if first Mx record fails, will the second record be used. I would be sending this mail from the LAN to...

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  • Upgrade DC from 2000 to 2003

    We are going to upgrade our Domain Controllers from Server 2000 to Server 2003. Are there any pitfalls or known problems to worry about. We are a small school district with approx 25 DC's. Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks, Melenie

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  • Terminal Server Client on Win98

    Hi I am using terminal server client on my windows 98 machine to connect to my server. But everyday my session freezes atleast once a day, and will remain like that until an administrator takes control over my session and moves the mouse. Can someone help me in solving this problem. thanks

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  • Event log error eventID 10016

    I am getting the following error ever since installing win2003 patch1. "The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID {BA126AD1-2166-11D1-B1D0-00805FC1270E}". After reviewing the steps to fix, it states to...

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  • router#tftp error

    hi all i have a cisco 1721 router connected through consol to my pc.i downloaded solarwind tftp server.when i try copy flash tftp;it gives error %Error opening tftp://10.14.11.24/c1700-y-mz.123-1a.bin (Timed out).tftp server is running but not shown in task manager. any help thanks...

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  • SMB shares on OS X Panther

    I have an issue with SMB shares on a Mac OSX.3 server. I have connected it to the active directory and I can authenticate against the Windows credentials which are now available, but the problem is I can't connect to it via a UNC path, just IP. I can connect to '\<server ip>share name' fine,...

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  • City Based Website Portal

    I am working on project of starting a city based Portal. and was looking for ideas, which can make it success. the city is an industrial hub of Punjab (a state in india) Please suggest the contents.

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  • SQL Clustering

    SQL Server 2000 As far as performance tuning, where can I find statistics or could you offer your opinion in the following scenario. Which offers better performance, running One server in Active mode and another in inactive mode, each with four processors or Running both servers in active mode,...

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  • Choice of Operating System for SAP

    We are planning to implement SAP modules in our Company (one of the leading industries in Pakistan). Presently we have two options with reference to the selection of Operating System for the server. One is Windows and the other is Linux. Presently we have equally good arguments in favour of and...

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  • Purchasing Problem

    hi, I need to buy in 2006 server/s for linux RedHat, and I face a delemma, to buy one server with 12 cpu and 12GB memroy or few servers with 4 or less cpu. Can you tell me please which option is the best and why, and which sever to buy(model of IBM,HP...). thanks, NirMor.

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  • File Permissions

    I tried to change the access permissions on a folder on the server to limit the munber of people able to access the spreadsheets in it. This for some reason changed the whole folder to read-only. I have tried to fix this but the read-only box is always checked in the folder properties. However, i...

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  • Wireless LAN roaming

    I need to set up a wireless LAN (ADSL router with 3-4 access points). The client wants to be able to move between the access points without being cut off from the internet. Which products will do the job? Any special design considereations?

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  • Using NT Bootloader to Dual Boot XP for Ghost Recovery of System

    I've been asked how to do this privately via ITKnowledge Exchange. I thought I'd submit my response(s) for anyones comment/ideas. ColinNZ

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  • NDS to AD migration

    I have three servers that I am wanting to migrate off of NDS to AD. What is the best tool I can use for migrating the NDS file system and rights over to AD. I am doing this project around July 05. Ant suggestions or tips?

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  • ping from outside

    hi, could you please tell me which command in cisco routers prevent them from being ping from outside networks. and also how can i prevent terminals inside a network to ping outside ips(group policies etc??). thanks

    Redrose0 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec Ghost automated backup/cloning

    Hi there I'm trying to get my parents a nice backup system. By using ghost I wanna see if it can be possible for them to use like a desktop icon to click once (or as few clicks as possible) and their system to be backed up to another drive. I want to use Ghost 2004 or 2005. They don't know much...

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  • Network Account Continually locking in Active Directory

    User is continually getting locked out of his network account (atleast twice a day for the last two weeks). He logs into two desktops and one laptop all with Windows XP OS. Tried re-creating account but no fix. Any other ideas how to fix and why this could be happening? We've also recently upgraded...

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  • Internet Explorer with 2 NICs

    on a server 2000 machine with 2 NICs, is there a way to point internet explorer at a particular NIC?

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  • Problems Installing Novell Netware 6. PLEASE HELP.

    I am installing Netware 6 on a supermicro server with a supermicro X5DPA-GG motherboard, adaptec 2200s RAID controller card, two Seagate cheetah Ultra 320 SCSI HD's setup as a Mirrored array, and dual Xeon Processors. The problem is that after the DOS partition is installed, and after the files are...

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  • Changing IP addresses, domain wide, on Windows 2000 AD network

    We have been mandated to change our entire networking IP addressing scheme, to fit into a new IP address structure of a company which has recently acquired us. We will need changes for DNS, DHCP scopes, all static IP servers and print servers, firewall routes and rule based host changes, managed...

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