I am trying to update our main server method LANDesk Management Suite 9.0 from SP2 to SP3. As I update the software, an error message popped-up. It says "The core name cannot be empty."
Behind the error meddage,it says it is updating configuration and the location is "D:\PROGRAM FILES\LanDesk\MANAGEMENT SUIT\CreateClientConfiguration.exe /rebuild"
Canyou help me with this situation? Any help is highly appreciated. Thanks!
on Tue, 2012-05-15 16:38
I am getting an error on the Active Directory Replication. The error says "Repadmin.exe returns:"
The following error occurred during the attempt to contact the
Domain Controller RPC-2008R2-B:
Access is denied.
on Thu, 2012-05-10 20:49
I have a Windows 7 Ultimate x86 in Hungarian Language. On it is a CD burner XP pro 126.96.36.1999 (latest version with Hungarian Language) I run it as the administrator but an error message always pops up even when I did nothing at all. I'd like to know if the error can be fixed? Also, is it possible to change the order of the files before burning them into the disc? Because I would like to save the files in alphabetical order. Your help on this matter would be a great help to my needs. Thank you so much for the assistance.
on Wed, 2012-05-09 12:07
I reside in a place where temperature exceeds 35 degrees Celsius. I heard that there are processors that could not withstand heat especially in a 24 hour operation. What kind of processor will you recommend for Home servers? Should I use Intel or AMD?
on Thu, 2012-04-19 17:11
Anybody knows if DHCP Option 119 is supported by Windows 7 SP1 Clients? We are planning to upgrade our systems to Windows 7 SP1 but I am not sure yet if Option 119 is supported.
Any advice will be appreciated.
on Wed, 2012-04-18 23:27
I have an iMac Mini lying in my closet that I don't use often so I got an Idea. Can I use iMac mini to be either a home server? The only advantage I know is that it consumes less than conventional desktops. What are the things I should know before I can set it up as a Home Server?
on Sat, 2012-04-14 15:47
I own an internet cafe that has 20 computers. Computers get viruses often because most of my customers do not understand the risk in security of most sites like for example, porn sites. What can I do with my wireless router in order to restrict access to some sites I know contains a malware or prevent pornographic sites from getting accessed to.
I want it to be centralized in my WiFi router so that I can make changes on-the-fly.
on Fri, 2012-04-13 19:15