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  • CDR file format main features

    I need to know what the CDR file format's main features are. Thanks.

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  • CCNA Security vs CCNA Voice vs CCNA Wireless

    Hi guys, Please guide me to choose among CCNA Security , CCNA Voice, CCNA Wireless. By the way I am having CCNA certification. Bit confused to choose next career step. Please help me out. Thanks in advance.

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  • CDSND Connect: Direct issue

    Error while executing CDSND command. (SDE0210I - Requested data set not available. Allocated to another job. )

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  • Send physical file in SAVF format via CDSND

    How to send physical file in SAVF format (Save file) from AS/400 server to other server via CDSND command?

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  • CDSND character mapping in AS/400

    Currently in our system, we are sending a physical file using CDSND to a UNIX system. In the physical file we have '[' charecter, but when this file is transferred to UNIX system this character is changed to Ã. I want to see the [ character at UNIX system, as àcausing some issue at UNIX...

    sivakesava280 pointsBadges:
  • Questions on CDSND Command

    I am sending file to LAN Folder using CDSND Command in .TXT Format. There is carriage return (New line)added at the end of extract file. I just want to send the file without carriage return. How to achieve this

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  • Why will my PC (Windows 7) not play my DC’s anymore?

    I've played every CD I own on my PC at one time or another - but it's been awhile. Now it won't play any of them! Calls them all CDFS files. Tried copying the contents onto the hard drive and then pasted back on to the disc where they became CDA files and my PC will STILL not play them. What's the...

    StoneDragon10 pointsBadges:
  • Connection between CDR files and the corresponding database files

    If I knew the CDR file name and I want to match it with the corresponding database file name, for example I have this CDR file name (VT032013061200022234). Which file of the coming database file name it match...

    kanar10 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco professional – certification recommendations

    can i do ccsp after my completion of my ccna.

    Myfirstjob10 pointsBadges:
  • Why do you need a CCNA Network Simulator?

    Could you really use a CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator right about now? Let us know why, and you may just find one in your mailbox come next week! Tell us why and how you plan to use this great resource, and we may just send it to you. Leave your response in the discussion area of this post or email...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • DNS management and benefits

    What is the actual use of Dns made easy or same other guys like Dyn.com...what is the advantage of using this.. If we have a server in US and mirrored to a CDN network...then is there any advantage or benefit in using Dns made easy or dyn.com?

    Harisit20055 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 transition with lowest hardware cost

    Hi, We are looking for the lowest hardware cost setup to upgrade our exchange 2003 cluster to exchange 2007. I would like to know which clustering or HA scenarios to implement, i.e SCC or CCR. We have a budget of 3 server nodes; two for Mailbox with DiskArray and one for Hub/CAS roles but seems the...

    wrathyimp50 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange CCR Defragmentation

    Hello, We currently have CCR implemented in our environment and were also using SCOM. We recently received the following SCOM alert for our CCR setup. Error: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Alert: Logical Disk Fragmentation Level is high Source: M:   Alert description: The disk M: (M:) on...

    Eddonnelly35 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 Maintenance – Period Reboot for Exchange 2007 servers?

    Hi All,Kindly advice if we need a period / regular reboot scheduled for our Exchange 2007 Cluster Mailbox servers running CCR Thanks!

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum number of memory segments that Notes can support has been exceeded

    I am using C API and for specific NSF (containing large no of Docs 710, and View + folders = 47), I am getting "Maximum number of memory segments that Notes can support has been exceeded" error. I am generally getting this error in CDBITMAPSEGMENT, NSFNoteOpen etc. Any workarround....

    Sppradip70 pointsBadges:
  • getting started in security

    Hi there! I just have a quick question(or so I thought! I want to get into the IT field and more to the point, into the security field. I was looking at getting a ccna to start then a ccsp next,but is that the most efficient way to go about it? if not then what is a good route to take? Also I may...

    Jman25 pointsBadges:
  • Cross Domain Solutions

    I have write a task statement for a contractor to develop a cross domain solution. I know what a CDS is but where can I find the basics on how they are developed?

    SeaDog5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server 2007 CCR moving users

    2 Exchange 2007 servers Just purchased 4 new servers and setup the CCR cluster. 2 servers are running roles in a NLB cluster setting and 2 are in the mailbox role. Using ISA Server. What is the best way to move the mailboxes to the new servers?

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:
  • For a networking career, should I get CCSP or CCNP certifications?

    I have my BE in electronics and communication, and I am also CCNA certified. Currently, I am working in a BPO as tech support for Symantec Antivirus. So I just want to know if this experience will count towards networking domain experience on my resume. I am also deciding whether or not I should...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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