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  • Monitor Internet bandwidth

    Good day, We are using Windows 2000 Small Business Server in our organization with Exchange, DNS and ISA server configured. 1. I want to monitor the internet usage by the users. 2. I want to take a report on monthly or daily basis how much MB/GB utilized by each user. Thanks for your reply in...

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  • Drive letter issue in 2003 terminal server application

    I have a situation where I have a terminal server with a C and D drive with all user related stuff on D & all system related & boot is C. I need to install a new application which requires each user to map drive letter C to a network folder on another server. Apparently, there's no way...

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  • trojan horse downloader

    hi i have a win NT4.0 sp6 server.its a DNS and web server. from few days the IE was redirecting the sites to some search engines.when i scaned with AVG it detected some trojan horse downloader.i healed the trojan and restarted the DNS.the problem was solved.but after some hours the problem arise...

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  • Power Meter and Processor overheating

    I am facing a strange problem with my win 2000 server pc(256mb RAM, P4, 40gb hdd) as it automatically restarts when I start the computer. Yesterday it completely shut down before showing me the desktop and when I pressed the power button the initial screen came up showing message "the processor...

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  • Event log error eventID 10016

    I am getting the following error ever since installing win2003 patch1. "The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID {BA126AD1-2166-11D1-B1D0-00805FC1270E}". After reviewing the steps to fix, it states to...

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  • Installing Oracle 9i Standard Edition on Windows Server 2003 with Xeon CPU: Why does Java Virtual Machine fail?

    We are replacing an old NT 4.0 server with a new Windows Server 2003, the new hardware (a Compaq ProLiant) equipped with Intel Xeon CPU. The old server was running a couple of database instances in Oracle 8i Standard Edition, which we want/need to replace with the 9i version. The installation files...

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