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comment Windows Perms - ADOMAIN\AMACHINE$ - means what (precisely)?
What I should have made it explicit it that I'm referring to a situation in which all machines are running Windows 2003
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asked Windows Perms - ADOMAIN\AMACHINE$ - means what (precisely)?
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comment Citrix Metaframe/RD - screen refresh weirdness
Thanks for your answer and sorry for delay in replying. I'm interested in doing what you say but because I'm using a browser (+Java) based access method I'm not sure how to upgrade the client as such . Is there a way ? Perhaps it would help if I pointed out that when I use IE to access I get the option to use ActiveX or Java but I've never managed to persuade it to use the ActiveX (I'm guessing this is due to my not running as an Administrator). Sorry to be so dim but any further help would be appreciated.
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comment Citrix Metaframe/RD - screen refresh weirdness
Thanks for your answer and sorry for delay in replying. To (try to) answer your questions: (A) I've got a URL I visit in my browser and this throws up a web page labelled 'Citrix Metaframe Secure Access Manager' - after various log ons, click throughs etc I get a remote desktop session starting on the target server (B) I think I'm using RD tunnelled through the Citrix client (C) Java Cache - sys admin said it might help (D) Haven't flushed two caches you mention - can you tell me how ?
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revised Citrix Metaframe/RD - screen refresh weirdness
Said ALT-END when I meant ALT-BREAK (ALT-END is the only way i can manage to logoff !)
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comment Running SQL server 2005 and 2008 on same machine?
Thanks for the further info SqlACID.
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comment Running SQL server 2005 and 2008 on same machine?
Good to hear, thanks. Fortunately we don't need SSIS in this environment so that shouldn't be a problem anyway. As per my comment above to Farseeker is one or your instances a default instance or are both named instances ?
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comment Running SQL server 2005 and 2008 on same machine?
Thanks for your reply. Maybe I could just extend the question ? The 2005 is in place right now and (unfortuately) does use the default instance. The 2008 could be installed (as you suggest) using a named instance. Do you think that would be OK or do you feel that neither could use a named instance ? thanks again for your help.
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asked Running SQL server 2005 and 2008 on same machine?
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answered Terminal Services - what does this message mean?
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asked Terminal Services - what does this message mean?