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Feb 22 2011   6:31AM GMT

The Most-Watched IT Questions: February 22, 2011

Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

This week’s most-watched IT questions is a great show of what the community’s capable of with a little bit of collaboration. See the perfect solution in the answer or discussion section? Be sure to approve the answer and pay the knowledge forward!

1. Hlx and Mrdenny gave some suggestions for a member wondering about storage area network certifications.

2. Mrdenny, Rechil, and Ingram87 suggest some ways to enable telnet or SSH access into Active Directory.

3. Lively discussion on multi-site, single-domain setup and which domain controller authenticates logins amongst Ingram87, Mrdenny, Saturno, and Spadasoe.

4. Mrdenny, Ingram87, and Yogender try to help Eliyevelxan figure out why his Windows Server 2008 services won’t start.

5. CharlieBrowne and TomLiotta collaborate to remedy the error in subfile programming that Sangay’s been receiving.

6. Rechil and Mrdenny are in the process of helping a member with their Windows Server 2008 domain group policy.

7. Mrdenny helps out a member looking to set up a RAID 1 from an internal HD to an external HD.

8. The community’s consensus is that there is nothing to worry about when executing the savlib command twice.

9. One member’s trying to clean up his system by finding active disconnected sessions in AS/400, and the community showed up to help.

10. Rechil helps out a member whose user is receiving an error message when connecting Outlook 2003 to Exchange 2010.

Melanie Yarbrough is the assistant community editor at Follow her on Twitter or send her an email at

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