1. IPV6 CIDR notation, asked via e-mail and answered by Labnuke99
2. SQL Table Layout, asked by Philsal and answered by Meandyou and Carlosdl.
3. Active Directory Domain Services offline domain, asked via e-mail and answerd by Dchat
4. create a procedure, asked by Shwetamishra and answered by Carlosdl and Rainsley
5. database querying question SQLite, asked by Kreyszig and answered by Carlosdl.
6. FTP/400, asked by PutzGrilla and answered by TomLiotta.
7. VMWare Server 2.0 install error 2755 on Windows Server 2003 SP1, asked via e-mail and answered by Karthikselvam.
8. Is it better to have Windows Mobile verses Blackberry if I`m upgrading to Exchange 2010?, asked by a member and answered by Technochic.
9. MS-Access like Combobox in VB6, asked by WhoKnowsNothing and answered by Carlosdl.
10. What are some of the ways Exchange 2010 integrates with my UC plan that Exchange 2007 can’t?, asked by a member and answered by MicrosoftExpert.]]>
Looking to clean up that mess you call your workspace? Great! We’ve even corralled over a dozen assistants to help you get organized: Animal Clips of dubious utility!
They stick on and pop off easily, and help keep those cables where they’re supposed to be. Where did we get these truly magical and revolutionary, not to mention lovable, devices? Our good friends at CableOrganizer.com. To win your set, simply ask or answer a networking question tagged “Networking in 2010” and e-mail me at Michael@ITKnowledgeExchange.com, and I’ll randomly pick a winner from eligible entrants. Usual contest rules apply.
It would also be awesome if you’d be willing to send us a quick picture of how you ended up using the clips: Here’s one from our office of a platypussaurus noshing on my phone line:
So what are you waiting for? Ask a question now!]]>
2. Sources: Symantec dumping Veritas file system development team by Beth Pariseau on Storage Soup.
3. Oracle’s Purdy talks Java, C++, and JDK 7 by Mike Pontacoloni on SOA Talk.
4. Plagiarism, Inspiration, and John Dunleavy by Denny Cherry on SQL Server with Mr. Denny
5. Java Symposium keynote video – Red Hat’s Bob McWhirter on cloud in application delivery by Rob Barry on SOA Talk.
6. Dear VMware: Eat dirt. Love, Microsoft by Hannah Drake by Virtualization Pro
7. How to configure DTC on Windows 2008 by Denny Cherry on SQL Server with Mr. Denny
8. 10 Skills to make a perfect Project Manager by Jaideep on Quality Assurance and Project Management
9. Plagiarism, Inspiration, and John Dunleavy (Madder and More Pissed Off) by Denny Cherry on SQL Server with Mr. Denny
10. Dear Hyper-V: Thanks! Love, VMware by Hannah Drake by Virtualization Pro]]>
This is a unique opportunity to speak one-on-one with Microsoft Product Experts and answer all your questions about Desktop Virtualization. Find out if it will save you money and add flexibility. If you’d like to post your questions in advance, visit the chat page and leave it in the comments section.
Don’t Forget!! Sign up for an e-reminder to be e-mailed on the day of the event. We look forward to joining Max and Niamh on the 23rd, and hope to see you there.
2. A member asks about business intelligence in a cloud environment, and MrDenny provides h>storing encrypted files on is input.
3. A SQL Server reader asks how to monitor log files in SQL Server 2000 database and MrDenny responds.
4. A Data Center reader asks about recommended temperature and humidity ranges for a data center. Mattmclain, Aquacer0, MrDenny, and WhatIs23 all provide input.
5. A Data Center reader asks about keeping a UPS cool, and XENOPHON22 and Dave MC offer their thoughts.
6. A SQL Server reader asks about CPU and RAM recommendations for a data warehouse, and MrDenny answers.
7. A SQL Server reader asks for help looping through a database, and MrDenny offers some advice.
8. A SQL Server reader asks about merging MDF files, and MrDenny helps out.
9. Yet another SQL Server reader asks about removing and adding new space to databases, and Mrdenny naturally answers, with Gent01 chipping in.
10. Gent01 and MrDenny team up again to answer a SQL question on storing encrypted files on SQL Server 2000.]]>
While I’m excited for my new opportunity outside of IT Knowledge Exchange, I would be remiss if I didn’t say how much I’ve appreciated you letting me participate, and even more importantly, letting me listen. It has been a privilege and a pleasure to serve this community, and I wish every one of you the best of luck in your future endeavors.
2. Sreedharsura is trying to install Windows Server 2000 or 2003 on Compaq Presario, but runs into problems. Fortunately, a host of ITKE pros offer to help out, lead by Karthikselvam.
3. TechTarget’s SearchSecurityMidmarket team recently asked if encryption was an “unapproachable” subject,” and LabNuke99, XENOPHON99, KevinBeaver, and A5hley all offered their thoughts.
4. Kevcorbett asked for advice on linking Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Domino. Any suggestions? It’s currently unanswered!
5. A member asks about L2 versus L3 on your WAN, and YasirIrfan provides advice.
6. A member asks whether Active Directory Domain trusts and AD sites can be managed using ADAC, but 123456 has to break some bad news.
7. A member asks if you’ve switched from Parallels to VMware Fusion, but no one has answered yet.
8. Kar asks about the difference between Procedure & Subprocedure, and TomLiotta, Philpl1jb and Littlepd all help explain.
10. Rajq has a question about SQL Server, and MrDenny hits him with his best shot.]]>
The final counts are in, and with the help of Random.org, we’ve drawn the winner for our Google Nexus One Challenge. Congratulations, OwenAmbrose, you’ll be receiving a Nexus One smartphone courtesy of IT Knowledge Exchange!
All of our members in the Top 10 put forth a stellar effort, and we’d like to congratulate them on making it to the final drawing:
Thank you to all the participants, and congratulations again to OwenAmbrose!]]>