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  • How do you journal an object type *PGM and *CMD

    I would to like to monitor who is using a particular iSeries object type *PGM and *CMD.

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  • What are the top 10 Windows CMD commands?

    What would the top 10 CMD commands if someone were to list them?

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  • Removing Stale Computers

    Need a script(s) to remove stale computers in the Active Directory that is over 30 days.Newbie to scripts.One domain.

    Lanunavut5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows batch script to extract text from PDF

    I need to automate the conversion of a PDF file to text format, or extract the text from the PDF file. Is there a Windows batch script that is available to do this, or a good freeware that I can download.  One that is compatible to run on Windows XP, Vista or Windows server 2008. A freeware that...

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  • 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.

    ITKE344,750 pointsBadges:
  • Command line question

    I am in command with normal user that have administrator privileges. How do I open administrator command prompt from CMD normal user? Thank you!

    surajsmu5 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Emulator for Ubuntu

    i need to run mocha as400 emulator in ubuntu. pls suggest me the steps

    thambiyannanvignesh50 pointsBadges:
  • Preventing command prompt access except by domain admin

    Can we prevent command prompt access on all servers except for when run by a domain administrator?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • How to find the name of my computer for Citrix session in .NET?

    I’m having problems getting the name of my computer so that I can access software applications on our Citrix system. When I query My.Computer.Name I get the name of the server.How do I find the name of my computer?

    ITKE344,750 pointsBadges:
  • Running SSIS on a clustered server with SQL Server 2005

    We are using SQL Server 2005, 64-bit, on a Windows 2003 clustered server with Active/Passive 'A' and 'B' nodes. Databases are on a shared LUN. I can run all my SQL Server Integration Services packages on the 'A' node with no problem. When we fail over to the 'B' node, though, packages are failing....

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Using command line to give permissions in Windows?

    I want to allow a user to access a directory (Read, Write, Modify). How can I provide permission using command line in Windows?

    ITKE344,750 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 RPG, Passing an Integer variable to an RPG program from the command line

    How can you pass an Integer variable to an RPG program from the command line? Please provide an example.

    ANGEL201310 pointsBadges:
  • How to map a drive to another domain using command prompt?

    How can I map a drive to another server on another domain using net use? I tried using this command but didn't work:net use H: \servershare /user:domainuser password /persistent:yes and net use n: \servernamesharename /user:username@domainname password and net use n: \servernamesharename...

    Ricardo5736590 pointsBadges:
  • ping-Request timed out problem

    Hello, I have two computers: One computer (A) is a HP laptop the second (B) is a regular PC. When A sends a ping to B, it gets Request timed out. When B send a ping to A, it gets also Request timed out but the two of them can ping the default gateway. I disabled the firewall on A and nothing. What...

    Tomerv415 pointsBadges:
  • How can I identify all network system hostnames through CMD?

    Hi, this is Vardhan. I have some doubts in network systems. One is systems all are in LAN. I know all system IP addresses. From one system, how can I identify the all systems HOSTNAMES through command prompt? Is it possible? How can I change all systems HOSTNAMES through CMD?

    Vardhang810 pointsBadges:
  • What is a ‘friendly name’?

    When Microsoft requires you to provide a "friendly name" when configuring a client, what does that mean? What does a friendly name do?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,040 pointsBadges:
  • Kind of data CMOS contains

    What kind of data does CMOS contain about the system?

    umutonif35 pointsBadges:
  • rumba Mainframe file transfer

    What is solution to file transfer command to long?

    2731415 pointsBadges:
  • CMD command on Windows 7

    I want to know the command that can shows me the paths of destination to my computer IP in CMD on Windows 7? Can anyone can help me?

    Sanatimath90 pointsBadges:
  • Commit SQL Transaction in the different domain

    I have two databases in different domains. One is in the cluster environment and I am having an issue when commiting a transaction and getting the below error. I do not have any problem if the server is not clustered. OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI10" for linked server "LnkSrv1" returned message "No...

    MCDBA10 pointsBadges:

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