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    We are told which patches are approved to...

    We are told which patches are approved to install. From time to time we have to provide status on how many machines are online and which patches of the approved are loaded. I use Perl to connect to...
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    I have used Elcomsoft's...

    I have used Elcomsoft's products before. It looks like Access is a fairly simple one to crack. I have used their Zip recovery & Acrobat zap - they work pretty well. They usually have a demo which...
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    Nice comeback, not sure if I want to chance a...

    Nice comeback, not sure if I want to chance a clever retort, but there is a product that will remove the password in the pst itself. Elcomsoft. I havenít used this product on pstís, but their other...
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    I had the same sort of problem. I made sure the...

    I had the same sort of problem. I made sure the firewall option was not enabled and still was not able to talk. I could ping my servers, surf the net, but could not map a drive with the FDDN. If I...
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    I think that has been going on for some time. I...

    I think that has been going on for some time. I remember a show like 20/20 or similar doing a report on how rampant the kidnapping of execís was. I forget the specific country they did the story on....
  6. The part I appreciate is scanning for security...

    The part I appreciate is scanning for security updates other than the OS, ie Office and some server apps like Exchange 2003.

    I currently use v 1.1.1 in conjunction with SUS. I know M$ is working...
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    I am not sure if the web-based subscription will...

    I am not sure if the web-based subscription will be accepted by users but Application Service Providers{the other ASP} have been around a bit. I manage Citrix doing exactly that and the concept is...
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    I am not sure which platform you know better, but...

    I am not sure which platform you know better, but there is a book by Mark Minasi that explains Linux for Windows NT/2000 administrators. It got great reviews on Amazon so I picked it up and have not...
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    It is really hard to believe. I think BT has most...

    It is really hard to believe. I think BT has most of the copper infrastructure in the UK and canít imagine them leasing lines for anything less than an overinflated price. I could be still steamed...
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    One thing I would check is to see if the server...

    One thing I would check is to see if the server service is started in computer management. I run Win2k and have not entered any licensing on my DC. I would also check to see if there is anything in...
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    I would like a get together, but I might be...

    I would like a get together, but I might be moving away sometime before March. I will post Ė e-mail when / if I am able to attend. Its sad not being able to plan over a month out.
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    I send popups to my dad, Iím in England he is in the US, from a DOS prompt over the internet with net send IP address, once I get it. It takes about 5 Ė 10 seconds for it to show up on his machine...
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    We use VNC, available at...

    We use VNC, available at http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/ It can be made secure {a relative term I guess} and takes little bandwidth. I connect over ISDN and 56k and am able to operate. Another...
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    Thanks Vic my old router was Linksys - so I think...

    Thanks Vic my old router was Linksys - so I think I will check on that one...
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    DSL router that has USB connector

    Anyone know if there are personal routers out there that has a USB port for the incoming signal. So far I am stuck using a single computer because my old Linksys DSL router only has a RJ-11...
  16. Anyone know if RH8 supports dual monitor

    I tried installing RH 8 and it kept crashing at the end of the install. I thought it might be a video thing since my screen went haywire, so I removed one of my video cards and it worked great. I had...
  17. Anyone know if RH8 supports dual monitor

    I tried installing RH 8 and it kept crashing at the end of the install. I thought it might be a video thing since my screen went haywire, so I removed one of my video cards and it worked great. I had...
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    The basic function of small routers are to...

    The basic function of small routers are to perform Network Address Translation and to route traffic. That is your internal network has a set of IP addresses Ė if it is in your home or small office...
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    Steganography has been around since the mid 90ís in simple command line programs it just has not been widely publicized. Lately some large software companies have used this technique in their...
  20. One thing I found useful when I put a domain on...

    One thing I found useful when I put a domain on my home computer was dynamic DNS. My ISP could allow me to have a static IP address or a number of them for a large additional price. There are...
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    I think when ipv6 really gets going security will...

    I think when ipv6 really gets going security will be a lot stronger. From the little I know of it there is so much being built in to it that is not in ipv4. More audit trail stuff of each packet....
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    Having recently come out of job search mode in...

    Having recently come out of job search mode in the IT industry I have an observation. I believe cert/experience for most tech positions are most important. Certs are still of use, but I would say...
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    I normally don't post, but this seems like a good...

    I normally don't post, but this seems like a good enough cause.

    Happy holidays
  24. Thread: routers

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    There is also http://www.routergod.com/ they...

    There is also http://www.routergod.com/ they explain a lot of the advanced concepts, which are fairly dry, with a bit of humor.
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