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awarded  Famous Question
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accepted Server 2008 - Search for Files and Delete.. very slow!
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comment Server 2008 - Search for Files and Delete.. very slow!
Good thoughts... a few years ago so no idea!!
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Windows 7 as NTP Time Server
Thanks to you and ChrisS. I switched over to Meinberg's NTPd. time.gov/timezone.cgi?Central/d/-6/java this helped to give exact time. As did setting my Win7 box to talk to localhost for its own clock (NTPd is talking to some authoritative NTP server).
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asked Windows 7 as NTP Time Server
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asked Server 2008 - Search for Files and Delete.. very slow!
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accepted Win Server 2003 VPS - MailEnable?
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asked Win Server 2003 VPS - MailEnable?
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answered MSDE - Connection working in osql, but not DSN
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asked MSDE - Connection working in osql, but not DSN
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accepted Ubuntu8.10 - keep services running after logoff
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comment Ubuntu8.10 - keep services running after logoff
Thanks Bash.. what was happening was that my network connection (in the Ubuntu VM) was setup to be manual. However it didn't have a MAC address, and the default network connection was coming back. So I deleted it, and set my manual connection with a MAC address.. and ticked 'System Setting'. Cheers.