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  • Contest Bounty: Earn 500 knowledge points!

    You could earn 500 knowledge points for sharing your story. Simply read this blog post and then share your story of survival. If we publish your story, we will first ask permission and compensate you with 500 knowledge points to go toward our current IT Knowledge Exchange contest . Good luck!

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  • Setting up FTP server on Windows Server 2008 R2

    How can I setup a FTP server on a Windows Server 2008 R2 easily?

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  • SQL studio manager installation issue

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  • How can I use the application server in Oracle Developer 10g?

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  • Removing Exchange 2003

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  • Fault tolerance on a web server

    What is the best way to have fault tolerance on our web server? We have a few backup machines all identical that get replicated via scripts every 10 minutes. How cab we automatically fail over to another already configured box if the primary production machine fails? Is this some DNS magic?

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  • SSIS 2008 R2 performance and Windows Server 2008 R2 with a clustered SQL instance is slower than when connecting to a non-clustered instance?

    I am testing different configurations for loading data from a remote SQL server using SSIS. In a clustered situation SSIS seems slower to speak to the local clustered SQL instance when compared to a non clustered local SQL instance. It looks like any scenario where SSIS speaks to a clustered SQL...

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  • Server Mail rule

    Is there any limit for a number of id's when creating server mail rules. Actually we have to enable mail journalling for 200-300 users and for that we have to create a mail rule on server. Is that possible.?will the mail rule work properly?

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  • Contest Bounty: Ask/Answer questions this weekend, earn 100 points!

    Is the rain keeping your weekend plans from getting off the ground? Well, IT Knowledge Exchange has a chance for you to take advantage of staying indoors. Ask or answer 10 questions* this weekend, and you will earn 100 knowledge points, good for our current contest! Any combination of...

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  • How to add wireless laptop to wired Windows XP workgroup computers?

    Ho to add wireless laptop to wired workgroup computers ?

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  • Completed IT Knowledge Exchange Profile? Earn points!

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  • System state data on Windows Server 2003

    What is system state data and what can I use it for if my system fails? I am working on a Windows 2003 server and see the option under my NTBackup settings. Any ideas?

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  • Website hosted by third party not opening

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  • Empty Reports in Forefront TMG SP1

    Hello! I am running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise and Forefront TMG 2010 adn SQL-Express as local database After upgrading Forefront TMG 2010 to sp1 reports stopped generates. Reports are empty. First problem was "The report server cannot process the report. The data source connection...

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  • Load balancing for Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network

    If our domain controller goes down on our Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network what needs to be done to have the backup domain controller kick into action? Can we have them doing load balancing in a perfect scenario?

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  • Central remote desktop using Windows Server 2008?

    We want to do away with all of our one to one nats into our datacenter. Can we have a central remote desktop server using Windows server 2008 and if so what do we need to do to get it working/configured?

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  • Windows Server 2003 Uninstall additional domain controller

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  • windows server 2003 shutdown

    Hello All, I have windows server 2003 installed on my machine, which also has Oracle database installed on it. My Problem is when I shut down the machine, It takes ages ( around 30-45) minutes to shut down completely. So How can I find out actually which program/ service is causing such drastic...

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