• Right clicking C Drive – My Computer Crashes

    Dear All, I wonder if you can help me. I have WinXP and using my computer, I right click the C Drive and the following happens 1. Get microsoft error and sending report and then immediately 2. get Dr Watson doing the same. My computer crashes and using ctrl alt del to restore I get another message...

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  • Distribution Lists in Exhcange 2003

    Hello everyone, Earlier today I created a distribution list in Exchange 2003 using Active Directory Users & Computers, I gave it an email address but the DL is not showing in the Globa Address List for some reason. I've done this before and never had any problem, but for some reason I have one now....

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  • XP – Add or Remove Programs not working

    My hard drive recently died. Bought a new drive and re-installed OS (XP home). Added addtional applications and recovered data off crashed drive. Wanted to remove some of the applications. Went to "Add or Remove Programs" and all that would appear is "Please wait while the list is being...

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  • Adding Child Domain to Existing Windows 2003 Domain Server

    I ma trying to add a second domain controller to an existing Win2k3 DC as a child domain for testing purposes. However, when I run dcpromo and follow the steps, I receive and error: "An error occured...DNS was queried for service location resource record" "The query was for SRV...

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  • error message I was trying to send out e-mails

    the error message stated " the connection to microsoft exchange server is unavailable outlook must be online or connected to complete this action"

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  • DNS PTR records inexplicable appearance

    I've met some strange DNS server behavior. A month ago I've renamed the domain. Today I found a PTR record containing old domain name. I deleted it, but after refresh I saw this record again. I checked DNS update requests log for the request to create this record but didn't find anything. How can I...

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  • Educating database users

    Database administrators must always be prepared to handle users' database problems and concerns -- even if those users are quick to blame for every small thing that goes wrong and rarely praise when big things go right. It may be a lack of education; users just don't understand the work involved...

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  • SQL Server Log Errors

    Q. What do these error msgs mean, why are they showing up and how do I fix them? Errors: 1. Autogrow of file 'fl1stDwProd2_Log' in database 'fl1stDwProd2' took 105468 milliseconds. Consider using ALTER DATABASE to set a smaller FILEGROWTH for this file. 2. WARNING: EC 6ba3b548, 0 waited 300 sec. on...

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  • Security Testing

    How do u use the 'whois' utility on a windows XP OS? Thanks.

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  • Auto eMail from within a VB 6.0 App

    I'm running Windows XP and I have an app that eMails automatically. This part works fine. The question is XP notifies me that a program is trying to eMail and is this okay. How do I suppress this question to let it eMail without asking me? Thanks, Tony

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  • Blue Screen Of Death

    Hi All, I have a machine running on windows NT 4.0 service pack 6a, Its hard disk has partition c: and d: C: is a system partition and i have some Programs installed on D: drive. Recently I got encountered with Blue Screen Of Death with some reason and the mass storage device the SCSI Hard Disk is...

    Inamhaque15 pointsBadges:
  • How do you recover SQL Server from a detached msdb database?

    I've been moving SQL Server databases from one array to a new, freshly created drive array. I've managed to move all the user databases successfully, but when it came to the system databases, I misread the Microsoft "How To" document on moving system databases. I successfully stopped and restarted...

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  • Nested stored procedures in SQL 2000

    How can I use results from one stored procedure (result is a record set not a single value) in another stored procedure and assign it to a temp table in the second procedure?

    Pearl520 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to install SQL 2005 Developer Edition

    I have been trying to install the SQL 2005 Developer Edition from the MSDN subscription DVDs. The install process claims that there are remnants of the Beta edition of SQL 2005 on my computer. I did in fact have the SQL 2005 Beta, and uninstalled it using the uninstall tool that is provided as part...

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  • Unable to remote connect to a server using server name.

    I have a virtual server that have a different IP address than the host server. I was not successful when trying to connect to the VS using the its computer name. However, I can connect successfully using the IP address of the computer. What are the steps for troubleshooting and fix the problem? Any...

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  • Print Numbers in words

    By using a single SQL Query Is it possible to print numbers in words. Example : To print "5,550 Dollars" in words Expected Query result : "Five Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Dollars Only" Is it Posssible by a single query

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  • Cannot drop the Guest Schema in SQL 2k+5

    When I try to drop the Guest schema I receive a 15150 error saying that I cannot drop the schema. It also says drop failed for Guest schema. Is the guest schema a system schema or what am I missing?

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  • Mandatory Roaming Profile Missing

    I have a Win2k Server domain with a WinXP Pro SP2 notebook client that I am trying to get a mandatory roaming profile to work. When I log into the notebook with it connected or disconnected from the network with the NTUSER set to .DAT, I get the proper profile that is stored on the server. The...

    KeithD19670 pointsBadges:
  • Out of office reply problem

    Hi all, I'm not able to get out-of-office replies in public folder. Is this a default behaviour? or please tell me how to rectify it. The server ver is Exch 2003 in native mode. Regards, Vignesh

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  • Windows Server 2003 Terminal services

    I am configuring a server to be used as a file server for a small office. The server will be housed off-site and will need to be accessed remotely by 3 users. Is terminal services the best remote access solution in this case? If so can the server also handle licensing or is that necessary? I am new...

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