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Senior Operations Engineer, NTT America, Inc.

Having started her career in a Cisco- and Unix-based ISP in 1995, Jessica was an active beta tester for Microsoft's internet server technologies, and was the primary engineer for the very first live multicast event based on Microsoft's streaming media technologies. She also had the privilege of delivering a technical overview of IIS4 at a Microsoft DevDays conference shortly before its launch.

With 15 years of experience in Windows Server technologies, including IIS, SQL Server, and many other related technologies, as well as a strong scripting and development background, she is now part of a dynamic team supporting complex hosted solutions at NTT America.


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comment SQL 2000 and group names
While you could certainly issue an update statement to the sysusers table, that won't actually fix the linkage, since the SID for each user won't be correct for the new domain. I would suggest using a command such as the one suggested by sqillman to get the affected users (use WHERE NAME LIKE 'olddomain\%' so that you pick up all users affected instead of only the group in question). Then, iterate through the output to generate appropriate calls to the stored procedures I mentioned in my answer above.
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comment IIS 6 Downloading Files: File Size Not Shown
+1 for a correct answer... you may want to check your spelling, though :-)
Oct
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answered Mapping another domain with a hosting
Oct
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comment How do I tell if my Windows server is swapping?
mh: I'm not sure that I agree with your rule of thumb. If the commit charge is higher than physical memory, that simply means that something was paged at some point, but the system is not necessarily still paging anything. Something will only get paged out when a page fault occurs. Otherwise I agree that use of a single fixed data buffer would be best, but then I think we're probably moving into the realm of stackoverflow.com
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answered How do I tell if my Windows server is swapping?
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revised Justification for changing autogrowth?
removed closing remark based upon comment
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answered SQL 2000 and group names
Oct
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comment Justification for changing autogrowth?
@GregD: Ah, okay, thanks for the refresher. :-)
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answered Justification for changing autogrowth?
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answered Windows - route traffic via 2 different network interfaces
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comment Print spooler issue
Actually, it might be interesting to see what happens when connecting a single client to both servers to see if the behavior is the same when using the two servers from the client. Also, Evan's registry comparison might also help track down the issue.
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answered Print spooler issue