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  1. Situation: I have a volume of court cases. This volume has three years of court cases. So I have a top level folder of the name of the book, and three folders within with the cases in word format. Problem: I need to create a file for each year (doc or preferably pdf) that can link to the cases in that folder year (clickable), must be in alphabetical order. Also if its A vs B, the case must exist under letter A and letter B. example. A A vs B A vs C B B vs A (same case as above) B vs D C C vs A (same case as above) Any ideas?
  2. Thanks mate. I just want to know what solutions have proven to be effective and efficient in keeping fault logging for support maintenance contracts, systems that pass in and out of a company for repairs etc. etc. I know there must be some good software around built just for computer service centers.
  3. nobody willing to share their experience in this field? thats sad...
  4. This is an off shoot of an existing company. Everybody needs to start somewhere. I'm just asking advice. T
  5. Fellow friends who are already in the field..., help me not to reinvent the wheel! I am working with my company to open a computer service center. This company will mostly focus on maintenance contracts for small-medium businesses. Any tips on this? What software have you found successful in doing excellent fault logging? What software have you found successful in keeping good records for different SLA's? What about very good SLA's agreements? Business approach and marketing strategies? Anything else, help. I've been googlin my life away for the past couple weeks, I wish I can have things centralized. Regards, T
  6. try running a recovery software on the partition that had the pst file. the pst file maybe be corrupt, but you can download a repair pst file software. this is just an option
  7. Heres the scenario. I created an image with office 2003 and updates installed on xp. When I deploy the image. Domain users try to run the program, it tells me to repair. But if a local user or admin run the programs,it runs fine. So I'm thinking there is a profile problem. Has any successfully created mandatory roaming profiles for office 2003 allowing a user to log on and run the program without seeing that installation wizard go through. It only happens once but if the user moves or the local profile is deleted, the wizard runs again. Worst yet outlook 2003. HELP!!!
  8. I use 3com products. they work well.
  9. dude, first off, if u reset the computer account, u have to remove the system from the domain and add it back to the domain because the password is out of sync. if u reset the user account password, notify the user. ha! Policies are a different stories, just filtering down, no matter what, they will be reapplied.
  10. I dont understand what you are asking. What do you mean by active and nonactive. Just have your files in a shared folder on server1, then create a dfs link to it, u can also right click on it and click status I think, and if you see a check mark, it means its working. most times it works. DFS does not mean that files are transferred between DCs. It basically means you have one name, eg \\intranet\data, and u can have dfs links in that to several servers, but u get them all under one name.
  11. Okay, I'm sure there are people out there with a similar scenario. You have persons using laptops at work and at home, so you cant add the laptop to the domain. The laptops are however receieving up from the server. Problem :- They can ping the server's ip, but not domain name. They cant access server shares by name or ip. Any suggestions?
  12. look at cbtnuggets for 70-292. u'll find the different ways to use remote assistance as an administrator, but as was mentioned, there are several third party remote administrator tools. radmin is a nice one that i use sometimes. then there is dameware utils i think, but i prefer radmin.
  13. You can try these.. Phoenix Backdoor BIOS Passwords Reported Phoenix BIOS backdoor passwords include BIOS, CMOS, phoenix, and PHOENIX. Resetting the BIOS Password using Software Every system must store the BIOS password information somewhere. If you are able to access the machine after it has been booted successfully, you may be able to view the BIOS password. You must know the memory address where the BIOS password is stored, and the format in which the BIOS password is stored. Or, you must have a program that knows these things. You can write your own program to read the BIOS password from the CMOS memory on a PC by writing the address of the byte of CMOS memory that you wish to read in port 0x370, and then reading the contents of port 0x371. !BIOS will recover the BIOS password for most common BIOS versions, including IBM, American Megatrends Inc, Award and Phoenix. CmosPwd will recover the BIOS password for the following BIOS versions: * ACER/IBM BIOS * AMI BIOS * AMI WinBIOS 2.5 * Award 4.5x/4.6x/6.0 * Compaq (1992) * Compaq (New version) * IBM (PS/2, Activa, Thinkpad) * Packard Bell * Phoenix 1.00.09.AC0 (1994), a486 1.03, 1.04, 1.10 A03, 4.05 rev 1.02.943, 4.06 rev 1.13.1107 * Phoenix 4 release 6 (User) * Gateway Solo - Phoenix 4.0 release 6 * Toshiba Regards TL
  14. if its your cd drive, and nobody messed with it, i say its dead, or dying. try and find a replacement or send it to the manufacturer. i have a laptop whose dvd drive start freaking out. for some unexplainable reason, it reads dvds and not cds. weird...
  15. personally i think its a waste of money. people starving in some lands and they wasting money trying to figure out how we come from monkey. if we come from monkey how come they still have monkeys around the place. big bang theory my big foot!