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May 10 2011   6:05AM GMT

The Most-Watched IT Questions: May 10, 2011



Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
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The most-watched IT questions

This week’s most-watched IT questions have quite a few approved answers, so check them out and see if your latest IT obstacle has been solved for you!

1. Mrdenny and Carlosdl gave tips and helpful links to a member looking to clone existing database servers to migrate to a virtual machine.

2. Mrdenny makes upgrading from Windows Server 2003 R2 to Windows Server 2008 sound easy.

3. Mrdenny and Stevesz give a member some tips for downgrading from Windows Server 2008 64-bit to 32-bit.

4. Want to remove a computer from a Windows Server 2003 domain? Mrdenny, Koohiisan, and IceCubbe have some ideas to help you.

5. Carlosdl and Mrdenny helped out a member who was unable to create a connection to database from SQL developer.


6. One member is waiting for a follow-up from Mrdenny on desktop virtualization and SAN boot infrastructures.

7. Rakei provided some in-depth resources for a member deploying 1,000 Windows 7 laptops a new operating system.

8. CharlieBrowne, TomLiotta, and Rickmcd shared some coding ideas for a member wanting to copy a library from one iSeries to another via ethernet.

9. TomLiotta, NullFields, and CharlieBrowne were all over a member’s inquiry about the difference between two strings using CL/400, AS/400, and COBOL/400.

10. The consensus seems to be “local disk” in one member’s query about SAN implementation.

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