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Feb
4
answered Rackmountable box that has 5v PCI + PCI-X and supports Windows XP?
Feb
4
answered bootmgr is missing - Windows Server 2008 - clean install - no OS on HDD
Feb
3
awarded  Editor
Feb
3
revised How to tell what computer has a file open on a network share?
Added picture link.
Feb
3
comment How do I set up an application that holds files in IIS 7
What error is it giving you when you try to access it?
Feb
3
answered How to tell what computer has a file open on a network share?
Feb
3
answered Change/Force Left-handed Mouse settings via GPO, or other ways
Feb
3
comment cannot start any SQL2005 services
Don't feel too bad, it happens all the time. ;)
Feb
3
answered cannot start any SQL2005 services
Feb
3
comment Change/Force Mouse Pointer Schemes via GPO, or other ways
Not familliar with FILE.EXE, so there MAY be something that does it for Windows 7, but I dunno. ;)
Feb
3
comment Change/Force Left-handed Mouse settings via GPO, or other ways
@Toastman: Blind AND left-handed eh? :)
Feb
3
comment Ping issues with Windows Server 2008 R2 with mail server!
You've got 1% packet loss between .2 and .1, which although is low, it should be 0 in most cases (especially in a LAN). The thing that strikes me as extra odd is the 2nd hop ("2 * * *") in the trace. If 192.168.1.1 is the target, and it's found at hop 1 I'm not sure as to why it would be trying that 2nd hop at all. Start checking/substituting any wires and switches in between .1 and .2. If possible try hooking them directly to each other with a crossover cable and start testing (try ping -t) if all the pings go both ways without loss over a long time then it's probably not the computers.
Feb
3
comment Change/Force Mouse Pointer Schemes via GPO, or other ways
BTW: you can specify .VBS scripts directly as logon or logoff (etc.) scripts via GP.
Feb
3
comment Change/Force Mouse Pointer Schemes via GPO, or other ways
A VBS script is (basically) 'executable' :) Try "C:\><scriptname>.vbs" to run it with the default script processor (usualy WScript) or "C:\>cscript <scriptname>.vbs" to make it only use the console for output.
Feb
2
answered Disable Read-Receipt replies on Exchange 2003 SP2
Feb
2
comment Disable Read-Receipt replies on Exchange 2003 SP2
What version of Entourage is being used?
Feb
2
answered Ping issues with Windows Server 2008 R2 with mail server!
Feb
2
answered Change/Force Mouse Pointer Schemes via GPO, or other ways
Jan
29
answered Terminal Services server
Jan
29
answered Why are Microsoft Windows Update taking so long to install?