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1. Mr. Denny offered some of his expertise on a member’s question about backing up a WSUS server.
2. Don’t make Mr. Denny feel lonely; help him answer this question on removing incorrect Windows DNS entry 2003.
3. Mr. Denny gave a simple solution to migrating SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005.
4. Can you help out a user trying to figure out the difference between a layer 2 and layer 3 network switch?
5. Quite a few of you provided some questions you’d like ITKE blogger Shilpa to ask software testing expert James Christie. Check out the interview over at Today’s Big Picture!
6. Carlosdl helped out a member trying to navigate session border controllers on VoIP networks.
7. Carlosdl and Spadasoe recommended a few remote monitoring tools for Windows Server 2008. Do you have any of your own you’d like to add?
8. Trying to figure out a computer-to-computer VPN over the Internet with Windows Server 2003? Look no further than Rechil’s in-depth explanation.
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10. One member is still awaiting help using Excel 2010 to pull data from SQL Server. Be the first!
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In this UC-centric blog, our editors weigh in on unified communications applications, features, trends, news and insights important to enterprise IT networking and telecom pros.
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Find out how financial service firms from the smallest credit union to the largest insurers are building out their compliance frameworks. Learn what examiners are looking for, what they are saying and what’s going into their reports. Hear about how your peers are solving problems similar to yours.
→ The Windows Server Notebook
The Windows Server Notebook features news and commentary on a variety of Windows technologies. Here’s your chance to learn about and weigh in on the latest Microsoft releases and strategies, with a focus on server operating systems, virtualization, security and more.
→ Window on WANs
WAN news and views for network professionals who are charged with implementing, maintaining and administering enterprise WANs. Target topics include: WAN optimization and acceleration, virtualization, VPN security and WAN design.