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  1. What exactly are you trying to accomplish with the GPO?
  2. yes, he did. i was enumerating further on his statement. as for your personal opinion, pm'd.
  3. what kind of laptop? i've got quite a few users on dell d600's. the cpu sits right under the left wrist pad. ive got 7 or 8 users that were crying about the heat that are now using targus chill mats, and no more complaints (other than their dells dying ) as for laptop longevity, good to hear yours made it through gamehead. i've got a dell inspiron 4100 that runs my card reader (xp w/ SQL 2k) at work thats been up since i started there 2.5 years ago. power profile set to always on for the hdd, only the lcd powers down.
  4. and as a side note to ripkens last post, hopefully you have all that data (movies etc) backed up. on a striped array w/o parity, you loose one drive, say bye to all that data...
  5. Dick, you need to read more carefully. Most desktop CPU's of that age only came with 256/512kb of L2 cache. So 2x less would be 128/256 kilobytes for ram. Not going to work seeing how 2003 minimum is 128 megabytes (which is nuts in itself).
  6. running the x64 version here with multiple issues. seems to be a step back imo. win explorer will lag the computer out for 10-15 seconds, then once the window pops up it takes another 20-30 seconds to populate. it activated just fine last nite, but now its telling me its not activated? whats up with that? plus it errors out anytime i try to reactivate it.\ *edit* like an id*** i was killing services on sat, and killed the "software licensing service", re-enabled that and all was good granted i understand its the 1st full content beta, but stuff that worked fine before (just using it to browse my computer or the web) is now pretty much fubar'd. heres hoping the next ctp is a giant leap.... edit any one get sound working with an x-fi? mine wont work, even w/ the beta creative drivers?
  7. that was my question, when i checked around 4:30 cst, it was showing both 64 bit and 32 bit. just got home from work, logged in and now its only showing 64bit. luckily i dont need the 32bit, but im still curious.
  8. netstat -a -o will show processes associated with that port.
  9. nope, just tap water. and as a side note.. when i got here everything still had power and most everything was still running. pulled everything out and started drying it off w/ paper towels and a heatgun. rogue, the best part is on average there are only about 11 employees in this office it varies though. we are starting up a toshiba rdm project that i'll have to set up a call center here for. that'll double the number of employees in this office
  10. grab a 501 with the 3des pack then for home use at home, i agree with gouki. as i am the only one that uses my home pc and seeing as that i reformat ~4 times a month, i run no av or firewall.. fire wall duties are left up to a befsx-41. as for zone alarm, i have ran into SOOOO many tcp/ip stack corruptions that anytime i find a user that was running ZA that is having issues, i just re-image the machine.
  11. forgive me as it has been awhile since i used the used the wizard.. but lets start at the basics get to your control panel (click start->control panel if on default xp, start->settings-control panel on classic), select network connections. right click on your connection, select properties, make sure file and prnt sharing is on.. also can you ping each computer? firewalls?
  12. nice documentation there coldfire. very good read. thanks!
  13. so i got a call from my boss saturday morning. apparently a pipe in our heating loop broke. where was it? right above my racks. nice friggin design. i want to shoot whoever put the room there without looking at the HVAC schematics. going to be replacing about $30k in gear as it all got soaked. any how first things first company background: smaller company. about 100 employee's overall, with 5 physical locations (one was a small local office closing in april) across the usa. sharepoint portal and email hosted off site so its basically just AD and file/print at the offices. branches use cisco pix 506e's for firewalls/tunnels, and have their own dc. ok you guys will get a kick out of this as it is the most complex "small" office you'll see main office: old compaq brick: (running a pair of pentium pros ) backup gc running 2k3, dead thank god compaq dl-360 1u: 2k3, fismo role holder for the company. getting replaced but running (dumped about 20 oz's of water out of it) dell poweredge 1850 1u: 2k3, file and print. wet getting replaced sonicwall pro 2040: wet, getting replaced, voltages are out of wack on the built in monitor but running cisco 3005 vpn concentrator: wet but running replacement optional 3x cisco catalyst 3550 POE SMI switches: all dead, pieced one together out of parts. had a power transformer out of a previous one that died. out of service now; got a replacement cisco 2620 edge router: of main office; wet still running replacement optional cisco 1751 router: handled a transport T1 to one local office, dead no replacement needed more than likely as that office is closing, killing the transport d-link layer 3 switch for dmz: wet getting replaced, running now dell dlt tape backup: soaked, getting replaced 4x 48 patch panels: soaked, getting replaced T1 for internet: operational PRI: operational i think thats all the gear, but ive put in like 50 hours since saturday morning so i may be forgetting something. internet->2620 (public on both interfaces)->dmz switch->sonicwall (one public, one private int)-> internal ..........................................................................from dmz^->3005 vpn concentrator (one public, one private int)-> internal anyhow heres my biggest issue. we run a cisco callmanager 7750 for phones at the home branch, and also the closing office across the transport. it was dry, except for the top. all modules were dry, no water in the bottom, all modules dry. but im still worried about it just based on cost. havent looked recently, but most of the cisco voip is going for $30k plus. worried about corrosion/oxidation down the line heres my plan. all the branches are up and running except for the local "closing" office (stole some gear from there just in case it was needed). get $$ for the concentrator, no replacement. the replacement sonicwall can terminate the tunnels just fine. christ its just three tunnels. get cash for the cisco 2620, i've got a 2650 at the closing ofiice i can use for an edge router no replacement for the 1751 as that office is closing now we are getting to the interesting part. the vpn conc was parallel to the firewall (standard cisco setup), but leaves it as a possible breaching point. my default gateway (server was pointing at the switch) was one of the 3550's (all were connected by gbic). now on the default gateway had ip routes pointing at the concentrator for remote offices, and the transport T1. open up the sonicwall and it had about 6 ip routes. where where they pointing? at the default gateway aka my main 3550. talk about a loop... reset it factory defaults, as anything that makes that far it should go out the firewall. basically everything that got wet is gone, except for the callmanager. only going to order 2 new servers (probably a pair of the 1850's unless dell actually starts selling the opty's now), but my main question is does anyone see anything out of wack with my plan? any opinions? as for switches i already picked up a cisco 3560 48 port POE SMi switch, and will more than likely pick up another.
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