Smiley357

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  1. That was a good question. I had just assumed that it had 2 DNS entries since it had 2 IP. When I looked I only find the one entry. I did find another system that had 2 entries and when I did a NSLOOKUP on that system it showed both IP’s. So thank you for solving this. Again, that goes to show what happens when you assume things.
  2. Tripredacus, Thanks for responding. You are correct. My problem is that nslookup returns the first entry it comes to and stops. I would like all dns entries for that computer. In my case it would be 2.
  3. Jaclaz, Thanks for responding. The IP’s are on the same subnet. Psexec is a great tool and use it from time to time. But if for whatever reason the IP that is provided by NSLOOKUP is to a nic that is offline, I would not be able to use psexec to connect and run the ipconfig. Thanks again.
  4. I do not see a network section so this might not be the correct place to post this. If a system has 2 nic cards and has 2 IP’s does anyone know a command like NSLOOKUP that will show both ip’s of that system? I will not be logged into the system when searching for the IP’s. If I do NSLOOKUP computername it only gives me one IP.
  5. Hello, I’m trying to setup a fiber connection between a server 2008 r2 and a VTL. It is directly connected no switch. I have never done this before and was hoping someone can tell me how to set it up or know of a link to a good tutorial. When I do a search I find iscsi but not much on FC. This could be because I’m searching for the wrong thing. Thanks!
  6. I have two websites that require two different version of java. If I upgrade java to the latest version how can I have the 2nd site use the old version of java? This is for the End User so it needs to be simple. I was going to create a simple bat file that they would click on to open the site with the old version of java. However my command does not work. Does anyone know of a simple way to open a website with a specific version of java? Command: "C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_12\bin\java.exe" start iexplore “www.site.com” I wasn’t sure of the correct form to use, so if this is wrong location sorry.
  7. I have two websites that require two different version of java. If I upgrade java to the latest version how can I have the 2nd site use the old version of java? This is for the End User so it needs to be simple. I was going to create a simple bat file that they would click on to open the site with the old version of java. However my command does not work. Does anyone know of a simple way to open a website with a specific version of java? Command: "C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_12\bin\java.exe" start iexplore www.site.com I wasnt sure of the correct form to use, so if this is wrong location sorry.
  8. SOLVED: An application had hung on another server that was accessing files on this server. The application had locked the files. After rebooting the server I had full access to the file.
  9. A folder on a 2003 server is giving access denied message when you try to do anything to the folder. The other odd thing is when you open the Properties on the folder there is no Security Tab. I am an administrator on the box. I have even tried making security changes with the local admin account. This looks as if someone tried to delete everything in the folder and this one was not deleted. I have asked the developers but no one is saying a word. I’m sure that’s a surprise to everyone.  OK, maybe someone has something that I haven’t tried. Thinks I have tried: 1. I went up one level and tried to push the in inheritable permissions. Access denied. 2. I have tried taking ownership with “TAKEOWN”. I get access denied 3. I then downloaded a XCACLS from Microsoft website and tried but got Error: file not found. I doubled and triple checked the path to the file was correct and then changed my working directory to the folder location to make sure it was going to the correct location. 4. I also tried ICACLS to change the folder permission but figured if I didn’t have access or ownership it wouldn’t work. Unfortunately I was correct. Long shot but at this point I’m getting desperate. Thanks for any suggesting!!
  10. I was looking for some guidance on how to duel boot XP and server 2008. I appreciate all help. Thanks -edit- I should have explained a little more. I have 2 HD. C and D. C I installed server 2008 first and D I installed XP 2nd. I have read that you need to install XP first b/c it will override the MBR. Is there any way to just fix the MBR so it gives the option of what OS to boot when starting the computer or do I have to reinstall server 2008? Thanks again for any help.
  11. *Bump* No one has any ideas?
  12. I have a user that can print anything except if trying to print from IE. Whey they try to print it prints a blank page and the print preview is blank. It seems that the user needs “List Folder/Read Data” permission checked to Allow in Advanced Security Settings on the %windir%\TEMP dir. As soon as I give this user this permission everything is fine. What I don’t understand is that everyone else in the same group as this user can print without needing this permission. Is there a setting or something I’m missing??? OS: XP sp3
  13. I found this to be very funny so I thought I would share it with you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcQ7RkyBoBc
  14. you can use the Runas commonad from command line or you can right click on it and select runas. if you type runas /? it will give you more information about the command. runas /noprofile /user:mymachine\administrator cmd this will open up a cmd window with the administrator privileges
  15. Has anyone heard anything about this the phcan4j0el31 virus? I just had it. It's very simple and really don't do much but mess with the desktop and screen saver. After changing the reg settings back and deleting the 4 files it seems to be fine now. I'm not sure how it was installed on my computer. That's the crazy thing. That and McAfee didn't detect it. But i guess that's not all that surprising.