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What are the basic hardware requirements to run the web edition and I am looking at Dell or IBM or HP for a travel services office with 15 workstations.Thanks! We'll email you
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I want to grant Read, Write, Modify access to my folders on Windows Server 2003 but i dont want to give Delete access to users, Is there any way i can do this, When i give modify access to users it also gives delete access to users which i dont want, Please help!!
I need to have applications continuosly running on a Server 2003 web edition platform but approx 2 hours after disconnecting these applications close down. I even get a messge box saying all applications will carry on running