• File permissions on NAS shared folders

    Good day to all! I would like some information on best practices for a NAS file server specifically regarding file permissions. Currently, anyone who has access to a folder at my company can delete any item in that folder, regardless of who created the item. I personally feel this is incorrect but...

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  • Question about RAID 1

    I have a server with a RAID-1 array with 2 36 gig hard drives. I am wondering could I get another 2 hard drives and add them to the array, and then extend some already partitioned space without formatting?

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  • Free disk space C:

    i m domain user in windows domain so i login by a domain user pls tell me how i free up space c:

    Pawan12345115 pointsBadges:
  • What is a storage domain?

    Can someone please explain to me what a storage domain is?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to mount Information Store in System Manager?

    I need to recover a mailbox folder for a user. I tried KB 823176 Method 2 and got to the point below. Primary ExchSrvr 2003Recovery ExchSrvr Adv 2000 Both servers use Exchange 2003 Ntbackup is done from a separate Adv 2000 member server I am unable to restore to a Recovery Storage Group on the...

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  • CHKDSK and Mirrored Drives

    The following came up in a conversation today, and, it appears, that my Google-foo has gone on vacation. The question that was raised was how does CHKDSK handle mirrored drives? Does it just check the active drive, or both the active and passive drive? I am inclined to think that it only checks the...

    Stevesz2,015 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange server restoring selected mailboxes from edb file

    I have *.edb, *.GUID and *.log files as backups for some Storage Groups. Is there a way to list the mailboxes from these files alone and restore a specific mailbox to the exchange server? Is there a way to accomplish my requirement without having to purchase a third party tool?

    ITKE344,705 pointsBadges:
  • mystery space used on production box

    we've saved our production box, and restore it to a Disaster Recover box. the amount of DASD used is about 450Gig less than our prod box. everything seems to have restored (files, programs, logicals, ifs files, etc). restore sys and non-sys... can't figure out what the extra 400gig is on our prod...

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  • Is there any Real Time Two-Way Storage Replication Solution for Netapp ?

    Hi,  We have a requirement which needs our data on our Netapp NFS to be replicated in real time (or as close to real time ) between the our two Netapp NFS storages located in diffrent data centers .  Snapmirror is not an option becase it make the folder read-only .. and we need both our storages...

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  • How to repair PC rebooting in Windows XP?

    My P.C keeps on rebooting on Windows XP. I freshly installed Operating system. We tested with new HDD, RAM, Power Supply,new motherboard but still keeps rebooting.

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  • Dynamic Hard Drive – convert to basic – XP prof

    Can you convert a dynamic hard drive to a basic one? If so how would you do it?

    SCG5 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Demystifying the Virtual Desktop

    Interested in desktop virtualization? This week's free IT book is just what you need. Michael Fox's Demystifying the Virtual Desktop Starting with Desktop Virtualization is a quick read that breaks down the business and technical complexities of virtual desktops. Simply answer one of five questions...

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  • BRMS

    what is mean by "object not saved" message in brms logs?and what do when we find object not saved message?

    sandip78620 pointsBadges:
  • HSM Primary Space Management

    I have a request to run HSM primary space management on one lpar and they want icremental backup run on another lpar.   How do I split Primary Space Management to have this happen?

    Haredon5 pointsBadges:
  • deleted the database how to recover it?

    Hi ,actually i know importance of back up, but i dont have the back up in any-how condition. accidently the databse deleted by me .how to recover it ? how to use the transaction.log file to restore deleted database in sql srver 2005

    Lalit35 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus Notes archive database corrupt

    Does anyone know how to repair a corrupt Lotus Notes archive database?

    Eric macy5 pointsBadges:
  • Converting from System 36 to iSeries V5R4

    I've been landed with a project to convert a System 36 system to iSeries 520 with OS V5.4. I have never worked on a System 36 and do not know where to start. Have looked for some documentation in Red Books but could'nt find anything. Does anyone have something I can use - something like the...

    JohnDavid5 pointsBadges:
  • DAS vs. NAS

    Which technology has more advantages: direct-attached storage (DAS) or network-attached storage (NAS)?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • as/400 power5 degrading disk

    The expension disk is degreded,i have replace the cache battery on the 2780 PCI-X Ultra4 RAID disk controller, but every time i power off and power on the expension disk comes degreded.

    megatommy10 pointsBadges:
  • Recover lost data from damaged USB Pen drive on SuSE or Red Hat Linux

    Can any one help me to recover my damaged data from USB Flash Drive ! I heard it is possible in Linux OS without using 3rd party software ! But How will it possible? Is there any command or shell script what is it ? Please provide me step by step guide.

    Subhendu Sen27,780 pointsBadges:

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