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FAT64

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  1. It seems you can't delete posts anymore, so I removed what was written before.
  2. When you installed Active Directory on your Backup Server, you should have selected "Additional Domain Controller for an existing Domain".
  3. Dfs is installed by default when you install Windows Server. Click Start>Programs>Administrative Tools>Distributed File System
  4. You'll need a 3rd Party utility to do all that.
  5. Diet Coke - end of. Pepsi is for girls.
  6. I don't think you can. As far as I remember, VPN networks must use different subnets each end.
  7. Personally, I would stay clear of Norton products. However, I had a similar problem in that it looked like the Add/Remove window was blank, but the programs were there just that I had to scroll down (a long way down) to find them.
  8. The Canon IXUS 70 might be worth a look.
  9. Reinstalling XP seems a little extreme just to repair the TCP/IP stack. Try the following app... XP IP Stack Repair Actually, before you try that, try this... Type "netsh int ip reset" at a Command Prompt.
  10. Personally, I've always bought and used Canon cameras.
  11. His Essential Delphi guide has been moved to here ... Essential Delphi
  12. This guy knows what he is talking about. Essential Delphi Edit: The download appears not to work, I have informed the author.
  13. Indeed, and it isn't quite as simple as that even (we also have leap centuries). The Earth is gradually slowing down of course, so maybe one day we could metricise time (if only for a while).
  14. The units you choose to measure distance, volume etc in are fairly arbitrary. One system is no more accurate than another. However, I think it's fair to say that Metric is more intuitive than Imperial. Imperial is a mixture of number bases, whereas Metric is pure base-10 (which has less to do with the number of fingers or toes and more to do with the fact that we have 10 unique digits in our counting system). The only property that cannot be "Metricised" (if there's such a word) is time. The time for the Earth to revolve around the Sun isn't a nice, convenient multiple of 10. Bugger! Just my 2p worth (for what it's worth).
  15. I use IE6 within 2000 Server, if that helps.
  16. I wasn't aware it was possible to delete the built-in Administrator account.
  17. As you are no doubt aware, DHCP is done through a broadcast. So it doesn't matter where in your network the DHCP server is. Any DHCP server will respond to DHCP requests - NT, Linux, 2003 Server - doesn't matter.
  18. In my servers, I have 2 drives (mirrored) for the Operating System/Applications and 3 drives (RAID 5) for the data - you must have a minimum of 3 drives in a RAID 5 setup.
  19. @eyeball Isn't that what I said?
  20. Disable the Windows Firewall and see if that has an effect. If not, you can always re-enable it.


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