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  • Find out who is using my network with CMD

    How do I find out who using my network with CMD?

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  • Is CMOS a reliable semi-conductor?

    Is Complementary Metal Oxide Semi-conductor (CMOS) a highly reliable semi conductor but unstable at certain temperature? If not what semiconductor is it?

    KantaK5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it good to have child domain just to have different naming convention as per project?

    We have abc.net parent domain. For new client we want to create new.abc.net child domain so that users from abc.net can access resources in child domain new.abc.net Is it a good idea to create child domain in this scenario. Or is it recommended to have RODC or an additional DC .

    nilomip5 pointsBadges:
  • Running CHKDSK on a RAID array

    Thoughts on running CHKDSK on a RAID array?

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  • Omnibar Autofill in Microsoft Windows

    Windows+A (& other letters) brings up sites commencing with that letter not visited for months. Cntr+sh+Del/chrome history eraser/incognito browsing/deleting 1x1 in Google history/disabling autofill-prediction service/removing every trace of sites/flushing DNS/even consigning mention of these...

    Elemento20 pointsBadges:
  • ?xdm? showing after running “w”

    I am very much the novice trying to use BASH on the CLI, recently I noticed ?xdm? under the IDLE column after running the 'w' command. USER TTY FROM LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT harry :0 :0 05:35 ?xdm? 2:48 0.71s init --user harry pts/3 :0 06:01 4.00s 0.18s 0.01s wCan anyone please explain this for...

    Halv19375 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003k Child Domain creation in existing same server

    Hi sir/mam, My current environment has 2DC which is PrimaryDC and BDC runs on win2003k.does replication. Our domain login name example: ABC.baby.net is used to login to our domain by our Windows XP users right. Now my boss wanted me to create a second domain login example: xyz.baby.net within the...

    Sathishfiles10 pointsBadges:
  • Synchronize clocks with server computer

    Hi, I have a network setup using Windows 2003 Server with about 10 computers. I synchronize all the clocks to the server computer. Most of the computers are showing the correct time but 3 of them are exactly 1 hour behind. I ran net time in the command prompt on the ones that aren't set correct and...

    RoadDust390 pointsBadges:
  • Opening RTF files using Visual Basic CMD button

    I'm in this project and got problem on how to open a file from RTF using VB CMD open button. What's the code? Thanks.

    Studs5 pointsBadges:
  • How to list all IPs in the connected network through Ubuntu

    I've been using Ubuntu lately and I was wondering if there's a command line (command) that can list all of my IPs from my devices that are connected to the network. I'm assuming this needs to e a command line since I'll be running it through C++. Can someone help me out here?

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • Sending a file as an email attachment using the Linux command line

    I recently created a script that's going to run every single night on my Linux server that would use 'mysqldump' to back up each of our MySQL databases to SQL files and then packaged them as a compressed .TAR files. I know want to send the .TAR file through an email to a remote email server. Here's...

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • Why would Linux kill my process?

    One of my applications is running as a background process on Linux. It's starting at the command line in a Terminal window. Just a few days ago, one of our users was executing the application for a while and it just died. The text 'killed' was on the terminal and it's happened twice already. Why...

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • Passing arguments into C program from a command line

    My friend and I are using Linux and we want to have our program accept arguments when it'executed from the command line. So, here's our example: ./myprogram 42 -b -s So our program would store the number 42 an an int and execute certain parts of code (depending on what arguments it gets). How can...

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • MS SQL SERVER (BKUPEXEC) Services wont start

    Hi ALL, Background: Windows 2003 Server returned the error missing or corrupted file after the server was found OFF due to possible power problems (Server is on a UPS). Ran a CHKDSK on the server and it fixed the missing or corrupted file problem and server now up and running. Is seems that my SQL...

    Ahmyown30 pointsBadges:
  • Motherboard fails to load

    Asus A7N8X2.0 ACPI Bios/ AMD Athlon XP 1250 MHz/ 512 Ram/ XP/ 2 separate hard drives/ separate DVD and CD players/ Central cooling fan does not work So I have recently been working on what looks to be about a 6 year old assembled computer. When I first got it, I could not get the thing to boot up,...

    BrionO2320 pointsBadges:
  • How can I take log file from Command Prompt

    Hi, I need to telnet an application and I have to take the logs from that. Please help me. Thank you.

    Anekud15 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to look at a specific port using a command line?

    Hi everyone! I'm looking for a way to examine the status of a port using the Microsoft Windows command line. I know there's NETSTAT that examines all ports but it's really slow so I want to look at one specific port.

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • What is CLI?

    Can someone tell me what is CLI?

    J45 pointsBadges:
  • Command line virus scanning program suggestions

    What command line virus scanning program can you recommend for a application? We want to scan any files uploaded using our new programs interface. What is free and good? It needs to be able to integrate in a .Net application.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Command Prompt Screen Appears

    On occasion - seems like once a month or so - the Command Prompt screen flashes for an instant - too fast to read (maybe less than a second). This event started occurring several months ago.

    GDB5 pointsBadges:

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