• Round robin for data syncing with Windows Server 2003 SP2

    What is the best way to set up round robin on several file servers and have the files data be synced between the boxes? This is using 4 Windows 2003 SP2 Servers. They share all files for the sales force and customer service.

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  • Retrieving event logs to the domain controller

    I have a Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller and some XP computers on the domain. I would like to retrieve the event logs to the domain controller. Is there an easy and secure way to do this?

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  • Windows Vista SP2 and Windows Server 2008

    I’ve heard that Windows Vista SP2 has a strong Windows Server 2008 component. What is this relationship?

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  • CIFS vs NETBIOS & network performance

    Testing file open performance across a WAN vs LAN. I open a 1MB .rtf file. When opening on the LAN, the traffic is on port 445 (CIFS). When opening the same file from the same server across the WAN, the traffic is on port 139 (NETBIOS). My question for all of you protocol gurus: Is there really any...

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  • Free IT Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book, Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects, is Christopher Moyer's guide to help you not just migrate to the cloud, but "use cloud architectural patterns that deliver superior performance, scalability, and availability." Whether you're building a...

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  • Windows Server 2008 R2 with a Windows Server 2000 Domain Controller

    Does anyone know if there are any issues runninga Windows 2008R2 server with a Windows 2000 domain controller?

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  • Win7 Clients Randomly Disconnecting from Windows 2008 R2 Server

    Hello, I have a problem that's been stumping me for a while and so I'm reaching for some help.  I have this problem at two totally different sites.  They're both small (one with 5 people, one with 13), they both use a Dell Poweredge T310 server running 2008 R2, and they both have a mix of Windows...

    Netperfct45 pointsBadges:
  • Problem migrating SBS 2008 to SBS 2008

    hello, i'm facing a problem while trying to migrate SBS2003 to SBS2008 when installing sbs2008 it reads my answer file. But then i get an error: "the schemalevel of the existing sourceserver hasn't been adjusted" you have to adjust the schemalevel on the sourceserver. so i thought ok, i'll just do...

    A2bfreez5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 printer pop up box

    Hello all, Our users have recently began to receive a pop up box asking "Do you trust this printer?" with the options to either Install Driver or Cancel.  It happens to all users randomly, not every day and not all users.  For example, we have a 10 users that get Printer A mapped, 3 may get the...

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  • Tips for analyzing our network

    How can we use Microsoft security and baseline analyzer to determine if our network is secure and up to snuff? We are running Windows Server 2003 /Active Directory and XP SP3 clients.

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  • Tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange, earn 100 points!

    Tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange, and get 100 knowledge points closer to winning our latest contest. Simply send out this tweet to earn your points!

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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!

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • You Pick: Drupal’s Building Blocks, Scalability Rules, Building Cloud Apps, DTrace

    This week, you get your pick of our most recent IT book titles. Check out our latest titles in the IT Bookworm Blog for more details on these books: Scalability Rules Multicore Application Programming Drupal's Building Blocks Building Applications in the Cloud DTrace To win one of these great...

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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?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • SQL studio manager installation issue

    Hi group, I am installing MS Studio manager 2005 but this will get recomment me to install MSXML 6 ,i installed this but then it recmoment to install Power shell ,i install this too but it recomment to install something new tooo. I installed windows new windows XP 2007SP2.  this error occur 1st...

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

    i am using oracle database 10g with oracle developer 10g and i want to use the appilcation server to run the form in different machine 

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  • Removing Exchange 2003

    How to remove exhange5.5

    YAS189196925 pointsBadges:
  • 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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  • 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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