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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
21
comment Exchange over HTTP
I have got exactly the same problem; network users can use Outlook fine, it even works remotely on iPhone, iPad and WinPhone7 devices ... the only thing that doesnt work remotely is Outlook on Windows Desktop (with or without a VPN to the office) ... OWA works fine, DNS exists (obviously or iOS wouldnt connect) so what on earth is Outlooks problem??
Nov
21
comment Dell “Remote Access Configuration Utility” keeps prompting
Nope, all you see above is all we see
Nov
20
asked Dell “Remote Access Configuration Utility” keeps prompting
Jul
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Apr
27
comment Can't login to SQL Server after moving machine to different office/domain
Thanks the link did work (eventually) my colleague had tried it and failed, but he omitted the semicolon in the "-m" startup parameter. We then got in and added the new "NEWDOMAIN\Administrator" login and all was great. Thanks sooo much!
Apr
27
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Apr
27
accepted Can't login to SQL Server after moving machine to different office/domain
Apr
26
comment Can't login to SQL Server after moving machine to different office/domain
* The machine is in the new domain now, 300 miles away from the old office and domain) * Their is no knowledge between the two domains, we have sold the company to someone completely different * The OLDDOMAIN pdc is not available in old location * Its one thing I didnt think about, thinking about many machines and backing up and transportation in a time frame of 1 day took its toll I am not sure what I could have done any differently ... I am not a SQL Server guru. But thats neither here no there, I was hoping there might be a solution other than reinstall everything. Thanks anyway
Apr
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Apr
25
asked Can't login to SQL Server after moving machine to different office/domain
Nov
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answered Yahoo marked my mail as spam and says domainkey fails
Nov
17
comment Yahoo Domain Keys setup, getting dkim=permerror (no key)
You need to support SPF, DKIM and DomainKeys they are all really needed. Google/Hotmail use DKIM, Yahoo uses DomainKeys and many others use SPF. There is no reason not to use all three.
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Apr
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answered The perfect server room?
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