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    I know that information security decision makers and policy makers within the Federal government rely heavily on standards such as FIPS certification from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). How much weight is there placed on a product or service that has met certification...

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  • Getting end users to buy into Linux/OpenOffice move

    We'd like to move from Windows desktops and MS Office to Linux and OpenOffice.org. Our users are concerned that they'll have to spend many hours learning how to use a new desktop. What's the best way to get them up and going quickly? We need them to buy in to this to make it happen.

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  • Exchange2000 IM Problem

    We have been running Exchange2000 IM for the past few months and it has been working as well as expected with any problems. then all of sudden we started gettting login errors: Exchange Instant Messaging Sign-In Faliure The email address does not match the username and password of the person logged...

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  • BOBJ Business Objects XI

    We are considering implementing "BOBJ Business Objects XI" in our company. My question is can anyone offer a critique of the product. i.e. from a implementation & post imp point of view. Thanks in advance.

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  • GoLive or Dreamweaver in Win/Mac training lab?

    I've got Mac lab that has a couple of Windows workstations. I've got a choice between using GoLive or Dreamweaver for a new project. What I want to avoid is a lot of "If you're on a Mac, do it this way....if you're on a Windows machine, do it this way." Anyone have any thoughts about which...

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  • Changing the statement heap parameter on iSeries

    Hi, I would like to know how to change the statement heap parameter DB2 (stmtheap) on the AS/400. I tried the command GET DATABASE CONFIGURATION FOR database-alias (giving alias name as the AS/400 server name) but it returns the error "SQL0901N The SQL statement failed because of a non-severe...

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  • City Based Website Portal

    I am working on project of starting a city based Portal. and was looking for ideas, which can make it success. the city is an industrial hub of Punjab (a state in india) Please suggest the contents.

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  • Wireless LAN roaming

    I need to set up a wireless LAN (ADSL router with 3-4 access points). The client wants to be able to move between the access points without being cut off from the internet. Which products will do the job? Any special design considereations?

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  • Weeding through vendor pricing hype

    Our consortium is thinking about changing vendors for desktop management. We?re being pitched by more about ten vendors who all say they can give us the best price. All of them have different approaches to pricing and we?re having a hard time figuring out how to compare apples to apples. What?s the...

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  • Problems Installing Novell Netware 6. PLEASE HELP.

    I am installing Netware 6 on a supermicro server with a supermicro X5DPA-GG motherboard, adaptec 2200s RAID controller card, two Seagate cheetah Ultra 320 SCSI HD's setup as a Mirrored array, and dual Xeon Processors. The problem is that after the DOS partition is installed, and after the files are...

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  • Safe user sandbox?

    *This question is from a SearchWindowsSecurity.com reader: I'm in a position to redesign our IT systems (network, servers, PCs, software, etc.) this summer, and I am undecided on which path to take. I'd like to disconnect our systems from the Internet so that we don't have to deal with all of the...

    LMullen0 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco PIX VPN Bridging – Am I missing something??

    Hi, I'm tryin to set up a VPN between two internal sites on the same subnet. I have 2 PIX 506E's linked together (physically) in my test lab (on outside interfaces). All the configuration examples I've seen of setting up a VPN is between 2 different logical networks. However, I want them to act as...

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  • Exchange 2000 issues

    I seem to have 2 issues. Both are on the same setup. Windows 2000 Server running Exchange 2000. Both have all the latest patches and SP's. 1) Mail will flow inbound just fine. Some mail will flow outbound just fine. Certian addy's just have in the SMTP queue ( AOL,Yahoo, Bellsouth ). Other mail...

    Aclark950 pointsBadges:
  • Help required in configuring ISA server 2000 firewall

    Hi all, I have some queries related to Microsoft ISA server 2000. First of all I want to provide some info about my network. In my network most of the systems are using different flavor of MS windows and one computer (call it server1) is providing internet access to all the other computers...

    Iazher0 pointsBadges:
  • bar code label / advanced form design / printing solutions

    We are shopping for a bar code label printing and advanced form design / printing solution that runs on or plays nicely with the AS/400. Main initiatives that are driving this purchase are inventory product labeling and VICs Bill of Lading. Vendors / products that are currently on our radar; JBM...

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  • Spam guards

    Hi guys...u all know abt the problem with spam these days...I have just abt had it now, I have tried everything but there still a small percentage of spam coming through, I am having using an exchange server and McAfee as the virus guard, any sugestions on a good spam guard to go for?

    Adrian350 pointsBadges:
  • Hijacked Browser

    Somehow I've managed to have my browser (MSIE v6.0.2800.1106) hijacked. By this I mean every time I reboot my computer my home page and search page are always changed to something I don't want. I've used Spybot - Search & destroy to find the problems, which it does remove, but every time I reboot...

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  • Running more than one anti-spyware tool

    I've recently been talking to some IT security professionals about the absence of a single tool that can fix all of their spyware problems. It seems that to get most of the spyware off of a Windows system you need to run more than one spyware checker, and you need to run them in a certain order....

    RobynLorusso230 pointsBadges:
  • Network Design Development

    How do I create a network design for a large business? The following is the scenario and the requirements, I need so help please. An Ice Cream Factory with 5 stores, citywide and has connectivity to the corporate office in Austin. Each store is responsible for maintaining its inventory locally, but...

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  • How to handle the “fake mail”

    Dear All, As we know, we always receive the mail from some "known" person which virus infected. But, in fact, this just coming from someones' computer have been infecting such as infected by Netsky. Our managment so conern how to handle / prevent this kind of mail. Due to to confuse for recipient....

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