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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?
We are moving DNS services outside and I would like to learn more about how to set this up. We currently have AD Integrated DNS server, Primary DNS server, and Secondary DNS servers set up in our AD domain. We have 2 Domain Controllers, one on Windows 2003 w/Exchange 2003 w/GC, and one Windows 2000...
What database is the most stable. I am currently looking at SQL-CE. What other options are available ? I have heard many comments on Access for PDA's- some good - some bad...