We've been experiencing a very slow response on Windows Server 2003 specifically when we install/uninstall some programs. It took us more than a couple of hours to uninstall MS office 2007 and another 4 hours to install Office 2010. Can anyone here suggest a solution to this problem? Thank you.
I would like to forward ports to a Netgear FVS336Gv2 but when I tried it, it gave me an error. Is there a way to forward ports to this device with lesser hassle? Is there a configuration that I missed why port forwarding did not work? Your help would be much appreciated.
We use Server 2008 RD. We have a group in the Active Directory with several computers in it. The group has access to a single file but none of the computers in the group can actually access it. I created another group using the computer's users and they were able to access the file. All were members of the domain. Did I miss something? We need to work by computer and not by user. I would appreciate any help.
I created a website in the Website builder and I want to transfer it. I sent it to FTP so I can send it to the new host, which is me, but it will not display properly. There are no links and no background. Is there any other way to import the website?
I am planning to take the CCNP Security Certification and I wonder if it's alright to go for it without a CCNA Security certification yet. Is CCNA a prerequisite to CCNP? I have finished the CCNP switching and I'm still working on the ASA firewall. Got any recommendations for me?
I have a requirement where I want to do a Multicast Routing between VLan 2 and VLan 3 and then a separated VLan Routing for VLan 4, VLan 5, and VLan 6. I will use a Cisco 4500 with Sup 7, I need help on how I can configure this. Thanks for your help.
I have 3 laptops at home. I have a wireless router and I am thinking of adding a local hard drive where the three laptops can save files at anytime and access these files anytime as well. How can I achieve this? What will I need to make this work?
I have newly installed a blade server and it's able to communicate, but the network ports are not communicating. We use Cisco for the blade chassis interconnects. It seems that traffic from the newly installed blade is not passing from the Cisco switch. What is the probable cause of this issue? Is there any way to fix it?
The NVIDIA server gives me this error in Ubuntu. I don’t know why the error says that I don’t use the NVIDIA X driver since I have the latest update of it. Is a little bit weird and can anyone help me to make the right configurations? Why I have this error, what is the main error?
NVIDIA X Server Settings
You do not appear to be using the NVIDIA X driver. Please edit your X configuration file (just run ‘nvidia-xconfig’ as root), and restart the X server.
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