• Exchange Server auto-reply setup

    We have an exchange server that has been servicing records as follows: user1@alpha.company.com is an alias for user1@bravo.company.com. All mail destined for alpha is forwarded to bravo e-mail address. We now need to only use the @bravo.company.com e-mail and set up an auto reply on the...

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  • Extended ACL

    How do I create an ACL for: Allow inbound HTTP requests to the www.yzcorp server. Add info: The www.yzcorp.com website at 10.0.1.2 is registered with the public DNS system at IP address 209.165.200.246       permit tcp any 209.165.200.246 eq www is not working.

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  • Blocking the use of web proxies.

    Currently we are using a filter by 8e6 technologies called the R3000. The device works great accept for the fact that users can go to a web proxy and get to blocked web sites bypassing our filter. Is there a way to block the proxy traffic as well? Or do I have to manually block the access to the...

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  • What kind of web server should we get?

    I'm working for a company that wants to buy a server to host its website. The company will sell iPhone/iPad apps, and the website is used to provide information.   The website will have the following:  -A forum  -RSS feed  -imbedded youtube videos  The server's responsibilities are: ...

    TuqMobile5 pointsBadges:
  • Power Meter and Processor overheating

    I am facing a strange problem with my win 2000 server pc(256mb RAM, P4, 40gb hdd) as it automatically restarts when I start the computer. Yesterday it completely shut down before showing me the desktop and when I pressed the power button the initial screen came up showing message "the processor...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003 Terminal Service sessions will not logoff

    I manage a 2003 Terminal Server. Normally, we have 30 active sessions at a time. We run several apps including Office, Pervassive SQL client, Attachemante, and several other small apps. Users access this server from XP and 2000 clients. The server ran perfectly for many months. About 2 months ago...

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  • “map drive” IFS

    Hello, We have a ?LAN without any server Windows OS in it? , so everybody is a client (with fixed IP). The only ?server? we have, is our iSeries i5 (V5R3) with iSeries Access(CA) installed (also on the clients). We cannot ?map drive? the IFS f.e. root with \QS6555A8Aroot (or anything else on the...

    Hahajokes5 pointsBadges:
  • Blades Comparison: HP vs Dell

    If you had the choice to pick a blade platform, who would you choose and why?

    Aguacer08,135 pointsBadges:
  • Transfer Report from AS/400 to PC

    Is there any utilities/tools that can help me to create a program on AS/400 (CL program) to transfer the reports that are created at a certain output queue on AS/400, transfer them automatically to a specific folder at PC side so as to be opened with any application at MS Windows, keeping the...

    Qawasmeh0 pointsBadges:
  • Problems Deleting a file in IFS directory?

    I have look all over the internet and found a couple of useful tips. I tried them all and this file refuses to delete. The file is in /qdls/hdrpprt/ and is named ~$100028.htm This file is definately corrupt. I have tried the following 1-I installed PTF MF34337 with no help 2-RMVLNK...

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  • OS/400 System Security; Limiting User Capabilities

    We have set up our AS/400 user profiles with Limit Capabilities *NO. However, this does not keep them from being able to enter a command on a command line. How do we accomplish this?

    Mgramly0 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries accessibility to VB.NET, ASP 2.0/3.0 ,NET programmers in Visual Studio

    My shop does not have WebSphere but does have a sizeable VB.NET team using the MS Visual Studio. They need access to the iSeries files in DB2/UDB - real-time. We already thanks to me have a number of batch/DTS package type transfers. Do any of you know packages that can make the iSeries files...

    JohndeCoville0 pointsBadges:
  • Meeting IT’s server SLA obligations

    Most large IT organizations provide Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with there end-users. I never hear of a IT organization that fails to meet that obligation so my question is why? Is the obligation so low that it can't be not met or is IT management that good that it is responsible for meeting...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • Access to the server hardware vendor’s name

    Does anyone know of a way for an instance of the server operating system to access the vendor identity of the hardware it is running on. When I reboot my Dell PC I get the vendors splash across the screen so I conclude the operating system knows that Dell built my PC but what I want to know is...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting journal receivers

    HI, When I try to delete a journal receiver that hasn't been saved, I get the "never fully saved" message even though I'm using DLTOPT(*IGNINQMSG) Does anyone have a piece of code that will get rid of receivers no matter what? E.G. not saved, remote, attached...... Thanks

    Xixones0 pointsBadges:
  • Does anyone measure the uptime or downtime of servers?

    I would be interested to know if an large users of servers measure the uptime or downtime of their servers and if so why?

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • Counting uptime of servers monthly

    I recently put a question that asked if IT organizations track the uptime and down time of servers and Jim Teik responded, “In data center they do because they need to give report of system up time every end / beginning of the month. I have four follow-on questions: 1. Is the uptime that is...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • How do you measure electricity watts used in a idc on a per server basis?

    How can we measure wattage from our data center? Is it done at the server level, the UPS level or the power outlet level? How can we figure out how much power each server is really using?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Server qualifications

    I have done consulting extensively on the AS/400 platform, and was at one of my clients sites, and they wished I'd been a "server guy" - they were in the process of starting up and had many issues to resolve. What does it take to become one? What certifications would I need for that? There was a...

    Davidstearns10 pointsBadges:
  • Do I need my small business server?

    I would like to eliminate my small business server as we are downsizing and only need to network 4 computers. Is it necessary to have the server? How would I join the four computers so that we are able to share a printer and documents?

    Sperry69215 pointsBadges:

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