• RAID Levels on SAN

    When deploying SQL Server 2005 Enterprise whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit versions using a SAN backend, does the Storage Methodologies regarding RAID1 (VRAID1) or RAID5 (VRAID5) change? There are differences of opinions in our organization regarding this issue. From the DBA Standpoint we strive to...

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  • Windows Logical Disk Manager

    I am running a DS4200 IBM SAN box with dual controllers connected to 2 brocade switches . One of the servers has 2 single port Qlogic HBA's connected to each switch. LUN #3 and #4 have been setup on the Storage array and connected to the server. The server picks up each LUN twice. The SAN works...

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  • HP VRAID

    what is the different between HP VRAID & RAID

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  • Mail db qouta and warning message

    Dear Experts, We have configured qouta on our mail databases using domino administartor. The domino administrator shows the qouta limit and warning levels as configured. The users when cross the warning threshold they does't recieve any warning message. The only notification they get when they...

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  • Installing Exchange Server 2003 in the second node of a SAN cluster

    We have a storage area network (SAN) and I'm trying to install Exchange Server 2003 on the second node of the cluster. When I run the installation, the default C: drive doesn't show up and the change path button is grayed out. I have three accounts that have full Exchange administrator rights but...

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  • Sharing One Server Blade between two servers

    Is there a way one storage blade be shared among two blade servers in a sort of shared pool via a SAN or other means?

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  • Can I change the warning message for MS 2003 Disk Quota’s?

    Is it possible to add text or change the message that a user gets when they reach their individual disk quota's on a user drive, that has Microsoft's Win2003 server Disk Quota enabled.

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  • How do I backup sharepoint 2003 using backup exec 12

    How do I backup sharepoint 2003 using backup exec 12

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  • Can i retrieve a lost folder with no backup?

    I have a really critical issue and was hoping you could help me. I store all users data into a file sever and I setup redirection to their documents. First, I found a huge number of temp files that are making our folder sizes crazy. Second, there is a whole folder that has disappeared from one of...

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  • Backup and Recovery….Is it possible to perform encrypted saves? Using BRMS or whatever…

    Is it possible to perform encrypted saves? Using BRMS or whatever....

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  • System Properties mis-reporting used disk space?

    I am using Windows Vista (32-bit) on my computer. Lately, I have noticed that the reported "used space" on my hard drive (via right-click/properties) keeps rising dramatically while I add very little to my computer. I then made sure that I had turned on options to show system files and hidden OS...

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  • what is the best approach for backing up exchange servers?

    A question that was emailed to us I would like to know the best approach to back up exchange servers for complete as well as individual mailbox and message recovery.

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  • What’s the best way to backup files online?

    Hi. I'm frequently between my several computers between my home and office. I'm looking for away to remotely store my files on the internet so I have them regardless of my location. I have a large amount of server space for one of the domain names that I own, so I'm looking to store files there. My...

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  • Archiving databases on SQL Server 2000

    Could you help me to estimate how long it takes to archive 400 GB records from one of our test databases located on SQL Server 2000? Also, what would be the best approach?

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  • Using a .bak file with SQL Server 7

    I currently use SQL Server 7, and I have a .bak file downloaded. Can you direct me on how to open this .bak file and how to convert it to allow usage with SQL Server 7?

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  • Best Option to Backup A Terabytes worth of Data

    What is the best and cost effective way to backup a 1 to 1.5 Terabytes worth of data? What I am backing up is these scanned in images that are just sitting in a directory but are not backed up. Thanks.

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  • Error message when attempting to backup Active Directory

    When I performed a backup of Active Directory, I received this message. Backup Status _______________ Operation: Backup Active backup destination: File Media name: "Backup.bkf created 6/28/2008 at 9:42 AM" Volume shadow copy creation: Attempt 1. Error returned while creating the volume shadow...

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  • Move HD with K2000 to new computer

    I need to move the hard drives with Win2000 from an older computer to a new computer. When I tried starting the new computer, I got a BSOD with 0x07B inaccessible_boot_disk. The drives were jumpered correctly, the data cable was secure. The BIOS did not recognize either drive. Any idea on how I can...

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  • Disk mirror

    can i mirror two different size disks?

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  • .Bak file to convert Sqlserver 7.0

    hai i am using Sqlserver 7.0 version only but currently i download .bak file ,how to open this file and how to convert into Sqlserver 7.0,its very urgent pls help me.................... thank U

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