• I just bought a dell poweredge server and its too big for my 2 post rack, what can i do?

    Best answer: These servers are Rack mount only. Some servers you can get a tower kit, but not in this case. It will do no harm to sit it on a shelf as long as you have ventilation.
    Best answer: These servers are Rack mount only. Some servers you can get a tower kit, but not in this case. It will do no harm to sit it on a shelf as long as you have ventilation.
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 5 years ago
  • Domain name services question?

    Best answer: I'm assuming a Windows environment. Google search words are: "merging 2 company's scenario in windows" here is one of the results: http://windowsitpro.com/windowssecurity/... Its a start. ;-)
    Best answer: I'm assuming a Windows environment. Google search words are: "merging 2 company's scenario in windows" here is one of the results: http://windowsitpro.com/windowssecurity/... Its a start. ;-)
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • How does a company manages its resources on a network?

    Best answer: Simply with managements tools. eg File space usage = "Disk Quoter"
    Best answer: Simply with managements tools. eg File space usage = "Disk Quoter"
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 8 years ago
  • How to i get my computer to connect to the internet by connecting to another computer?

    Best answer: XP PC's run ICS "Internet Connection Sharing", you wont be bakle to set that via your Linux machine.
    Best answer: XP PC's run ICS "Internet Connection Sharing", you wont be bakle to set that via your Linux machine.
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • Help with home networking?

    Best answer: You need Windows SBS 2008. Go here: http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/defau... The clue is "Outlook Calenders" To share these is only possible via a Full blown Microsoft Exchange Server which is included in SBS 2008
    Best answer: You need Windows SBS 2008. Go here: http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/defau... The clue is "Outlook Calenders" To share these is only possible via a Full blown Microsoft Exchange Server which is included in SBS 2008
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • Home Voip help setting up with Voipcheap?

    Best answer: Use a Web cam with built in microphone, use MS messenger or skype and hey presto VOIP..... If you don't want to video conference you can use the Audio function of both products with the Web Cam mic
    Best answer: Use a Web cam with built in microphone, use MS messenger or skype and hey presto VOIP..... If you don't want to video conference you can use the Audio function of both products with the Web Cam mic
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Can search for person's skype namn but not their real namn - why?

    Best answer: Would you want to give out your real name to the whole Skype world?
    Best answer: Would you want to give out your real name to the whole Skype world?
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • Turn off BSSID in my wireless network?

    Best answer: You would need to manually set up the SSID every time.
    Best answer: You would need to manually set up the SSID every time.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • My d-link firmware update stopped half way through installation and has now damaged my router?

    Best answer: Thomas is correct. The router is now a toaster.
    Best answer: Thomas is correct. The router is now a toaster.
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 10 years ago
  • How can i connect to my local area network of office via internet?

    Best answer: Use Logmein. Have a PC setup at work with Logmein. Its remote software and then you remote to that PC and work as normal. Its free. http://logmein.com
    Best answer: Use Logmein. Have a PC setup at work with Logmein. Its remote software and then you remote to that PC and work as normal. Its free. http://logmein.com
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Can you run a 2003 server in a 2008 domain or vice versa?

    Best answer: If you want to add a 2008 Server to a 2003 domain you will need to update the Active Directory first using Adprep
    Best answer: If you want to add a 2008 Server to a 2003 domain you will need to update the Active Directory first using Adprep
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Windows xp default them problems?

    Best answer: Every PC has a "All users" profile. the first time you log-on you get a default setup. Teletubbie desktop etc etc . If your PC is reverting to it evey time it means your profile is corrupt. Create a new user with admin rights. Log in using that account. Make a change such as the desktop and re-boot. If when you log back in... show more
    Best answer: Every PC has a "All users" profile. the first time you log-on you get a default setup. Teletubbie desktop etc etc . If your PC is reverting to it evey time it means your profile is corrupt. Create a new user with admin rights. Log in using that account. Make a change such as the desktop and re-boot. If when you log back in your changes have held then your OK. Stay with that account. If it keeps defaulting to original settings then the "All Users" profile is corrupt. Try installing the latest service pack or restoring the PC to a point you know was working. (use the restore point app in the system folder)
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Connect my server to 2 network?

    Best answer: Change your Router for a Wireless one, Plug the Server into one of its networks ports via cable,. Anyone with a wireless can then attach to the server. There is no need to mess around with the Server at all.
    Best answer: Change your Router for a Wireless one, Plug the Server into one of its networks ports via cable,. Anyone with a wireless can then attach to the server. There is no need to mess around with the Server at all.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Blocking a PC from accessing the network?

    Best answer: Setup a ping test:- With a -t switch e.g ping 192.168.1.169 -t Once the address goes live log in to the hidden C$ share on the root drive. Look in Documents and Settings and see what users are there. You should get a name or a least document that will give you the name of the culprit. You can also Attach to machine via WMI. The... show more
    Best answer: Setup a ping test:- With a -t switch e.g ping 192.168.1.169 -t Once the address goes live log in to the hidden C$ share on the root drive. Look in Documents and Settings and see what users are there. You should get a name or a least document that will give you the name of the culprit. You can also Attach to machine via WMI. The usual right click on the "My Computer" icon and then manage. Then "Connect to another computer". If you are running WINs you should be able to get a host name with a query against the Database Blocking the router will achieve nothing as the virus will propagate via the switches. It will only want access to the internet to update the virus and download new payload.
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Is there a way to contorl and or view computers on my network?

    Best answer: Create an account at logmein.com Google it, its free and not as flacky as RDP, no messing with firewalls etc
    Best answer: Create an account at logmein.com Google it, its free and not as flacky as RDP, no messing with firewalls etc
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Help with private FTP servers?

    Best answer: FTP means File transfer protocol. Nearly every time you download from the Internet it is using FTP to allow passage of data between you and the site. This is a server based application. A lot of us use this to pass files etc within a company and it requires a user name and password which is given to you via an administrator. So your not... show more
    Best answer: FTP means File transfer protocol. Nearly every time you download from the Internet it is using FTP to allow passage of data between you and the site. This is a server based application. A lot of us use this to pass files etc within a company and it requires a user name and password which is given to you via an administrator. So your not just going to get access to Private FTP's
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • How to become an IT Network Engineer?

    Best answer: Agree with matlocky. When these courses first became available Cisco router's were at the forefront and demand for support staff was high. This is not the case today, it does not impress me when I see a CV with all the letters after your name and your practical experience is a shelf stacker at Tesco's. Start on help-desk... show more
    Best answer: Agree with matlocky. When these courses first became available Cisco router's were at the forefront and demand for support staff was high. This is not the case today, it does not impress me when I see a CV with all the letters after your name and your practical experience is a shelf stacker at Tesco's. Start on help-desk support, and aim towards a degree.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • How do you put a time limit on your pc so my son does not go on internet late thanks?

    Best answer: I'm a Network Manager and even though my step son knows it he still try's to find every method possible to buck the system. My simple answer is I put a timer switch on the power supply. At midnight it ALL goes off! Technical no... Simple yes! Very effective! I could go on about firewalls etc etc etc but sometimes the... show more
    Best answer: I'm a Network Manager and even though my step son knows it he still try's to find every method possible to buck the system. My simple answer is I put a timer switch on the power supply. At midnight it ALL goes off! Technical no... Simple yes! Very effective! I could go on about firewalls etc etc etc but sometimes the simple one's work..... ;-)
    8 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Windows 7 in the UK but no internet browser?

    Best answer: To clarify everyone here. 7 does bundle with IE8, BUT Microsoft are currently in the European court contesting the fact that they should not make the browser an integral part of the Operating System. To appease the court MS has volunteered to provide a Version with no browser in Europe so that the end user can choose which one to go for.... show more
    Best answer: To clarify everyone here. 7 does bundle with IE8, BUT Microsoft are currently in the European court contesting the fact that they should not make the browser an integral part of the Operating System. To appease the court MS has volunteered to provide a Version with no browser in Europe so that the end user can choose which one to go for. http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/07/2... http://news.cnet.com/8301-13860_3-102626...
    9 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago
  • Net working whats it all about and how can it improve my life?

    Best answer: Without networking you wouldn't be able to ask question here would you???????
    Best answer: Without networking you wouldn't be able to ask question here would you???????
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago