• File backup with windows server2003

    Hi! I have let's say 10 PC-s with Xp Pro connected into a LAN, and one PC with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2 . I'd like to know, how could I use he Server PC to make automatic backups of specific files or folders witch are on the Xp Pro PC-s, on the Server PC-s HDD. If there is any posibility...

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  • ABT database backup from SQL Server 2000

    hi please tell me that, if i am using vb as front end and sql server 2000 as backend then for giving the facility of implicit periodical data backup at project, how can i go......through vb coding...

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  • Urgent SAN on Redhat x86_64 problem

    If I run probe-luns -a, it shows all 3 luns. I then use fdisk -l and it shows the devices as expected. Output after reboot: [root@hhln-mgt-sac101 ~]# fdisk -l Disk /dev/cciss/c0d0: 146.7 GB, 146778685440 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 17844 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280...

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  • Another example of “shot gunning”

    Adding to the issue of "shot gunning, in that same 3011 maintenance actions on 10,000 servers over one year there were 54 instances where the engineer replaced 2 memory DIMMs, is he guessing or does he know both are bad? Is that even likely? Jim4522

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  • Hard Drive

    I am having a hard drive whic is installed in a laptop with size of 160 gb having Vista Home Premium (OEM) OS . There was a small shock as my laptop fell down nearly from a 15 cm distance . even after that it was working Nowam getting message as "OS Not Found " after i restarted my laptop ... I...

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  • What are the know issues with Oracle Flash back recovery area?

    What are the know issues with Oracle Flash back recovery area?

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  • Problem replication propagation

    Hello, I explain my problem. I have 3 databases (CTS1, CTS2 and CTST) in multimaster replication. CTS1 and CTST first run without problem. CTS1 is master site definition. I have added master site CTS2 without quiescing replication. Now I have 3 master sites running. I have the following problem : A...

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  • SMSBATCH for adding tape library

    Has anybody created or used an SMS batch process to create a tape library in SMS?

    Chriskelly5 pointsBadges:
  • How To determine which HD failed in your Server.

    I am running a Dell Precision 370 with Dual 160 GB Mirrored Hard drives. One of these drives has failed and needs to be replaced. How do I know which HD is the bad one, so I do not replace the wrong one? Thank you.

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  • Local email monitoring

    How to monitor local email replication with Server

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  • document recovery running terminal server sessions with Windows Server 2003 R2 Sp2

    We have a customer who has lost a folder over the weekend - with no backup for recovery. I have managed to track down who was in the system yesterday, but both people are out of town now. They are running terminal server sessions with Windows Server 2003 R2, Sp2 - does anyone know of any way we...

    AndreaF9,295 pointsBadges:
  • Restricting users to certain programs in Server 2003

    Hi. I am new to Server 2003, and need help with a problem. I need to restrict a user log-on to be able to access only certain programs on this machine. I want the Administrator account to have access to everything, but a user to have access to a certain program. We are running Server 2003 R2...

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  • Unix servers 5240

    what can cause a unix box that is mirrored with another to disconnect only when its in standby mode on a market data feed net.

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  • RGZPFM vs Reusing Deleted Records

    Does anyone have an opinion on using one over the other? I am familiar with RGZPFM and it's benefits but am not familiar with the PF option of reusing deleted records...I would think it would be better to reorganize the file rather than reusing deleted records becuase you could have a lot of...

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  • How to backup a SQL Server on a different Domain.

    We have just upgraded our admin server, which has an SQL database running on it. This server is also on a different domain from the backup server, which is running Backup Exec 12. Has anyone got any ideas on how we can connect to this server from the backup server that is on a different domain ?

    YodaTrueOne20 pointsBadges:
  • Error message during SQL Server backup

    We have a backup command that runs from within a command job on SQL Server A, and extracts data from SQL Servers B, C, D at different times to create a file on a SAN Drive. This is a daily job and runs successfully. Over the last fortnight, we have got the following error once for each different...

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  • Penetration Testing.

    Hi!! Good Morning. I have a simple question for you today. I intend to have a penetration testing done for all of my 3 sites - My US Office, My India Office & My US Datacenter. Can you suggest any trustworthy site which can offer me a free reliable scan? Also, I would like to have you suggestion on...

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  • When do I use INIT?

    when do I use INIT NOINIT when backing up transaction logs?

    JCDBA20 pointsBadges:
  • Dual Channel U320 SCSI

    I have an Intel Server Board with an onboard LSI Dual Channel Ultra 320 SCSI. Can I run one channel to a bunch of Ultra 160 LVD 68 pin HDD's and the other channel to some 80 pin U320 SCA Drives without adversely affecting performance of the U320 Bus and or drives?

    Muso5 pointsBadges:
  • Extend SAN disk of a 2-node cluster Exchange server

    I have a two node clustered Exchange 2003 Enterprise server (sp1) connected to a HP EVA SAN, where the transaction logs and database files sit on different disks. The Exchange server has one Storage Group and 3 mailbox stores on three different drive letters. One of the mailbox stores is on a drive...

    Anthd26065 pointsBadges:

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