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Simplifying Server Workload Migrations
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Simplifying Server Workload Migrations

This use case outlines the migration challenges that organizations face and how the Acronis AnyData Engine supports physical-to-physical (P2P), physical-to-virtual (P2V), virtual to physical (V2P), and cross-virtual (V2V) migration scenarios to address these challenges.

I am interested to get NFC payment application. How to develope in android?. Steps involved.
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If you think Google is the only real way to promote your business online – you’re mistaken. The reality is – social media is bigger than ever. And it looks set to continue to grow. While you shouldn’t ignore Google completely – you might be wasting a lot of time (and money) trying to improve your ranking when alternative marketing channels might be a better option.
Find more here
https://www.tabithanaylor.com/blog/how-social-media-could-overtake-google-for-promoting-your-business/
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by:Allie Watts
Companies should invest more time and budget to developing marketing plans with these platforms in mind. However, marketing plans still need to keep Google as a focal point. Its market shows no signs of falling from the top of the ranks.
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My client has an HP Proliant ML350G6 server. OS is on a pair of mirrored 145GB drives. Data is on a RAID 5 array of 1TB drives. The OS drives are getting really full after years of updates. These are 2.5" SAS drives. What would be the best way to get the OS on to larger drives short of a new server? Is it even possible? OS is Server 2008 R2.
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Ransomware Spares No One: How to Avoid the Next Big Attack

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With global ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and not-Petya, making big headlines this year, it seems the unwelcomed scourge of ransomware isn’t going away any time soon. While large-scale attacks like these are most known for their ability to devastate companies and even whole countries, the often under-reported victim is the average home user.

We sat down with Tyler Moffit, senior threat research analyst at Webroot, to talk ransomware in plain terms to help you better understand how to stop modern cybercriminals from hijacking your most valuable data.
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I have numeric numbers in word document and I want to do superscript and subscript  with macros or wild cards. Please help
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by:Brian B
To get the most Experts to see this you should ask it as a question using the "ask a question" button, or this link: https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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Hey kids! Don't click unknown links! Look twice at "system messages" on webpages, chances are they're not.. Don't be naïve. Yeah, and don't do drugs, especially don't order them online, they ARE bad for you!!
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by:Juana Villa
LOL!!! Do people order drugs online??!! hahahaha
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by:Thomas Qvidahl
They sure do.. There are lots of "designer drugs" floating around, they are so new that laws don't even forbid them, and can be sold over the counter..
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Visualize your virtual and backup environments
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Visualize your virtual and backup environments

Create well-organized and polished visualizations of your virtual and backup environments when planning VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V or Veeam deployments. It helps you to gain better visibility and valuable business insights.

Hola
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by:Lasse Bodilsen
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by:Juana Villa
Hi, WELCOME!!!
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How to recover my lost messages from Android phone ?
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by:Juana Villa
I hope you can find your answer here
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Question Hijacking:  The Experts in EE are professional and polite.  Sometimes maybe too polite.  What is the reduction in response rate if a question has already had but ONE response?  Is it diminished?  It must be.  

I'd hate to blame striving for "points" is a reason for responding; so I won't.

Yet, we sometimes get responses that miss the point (don't answer the question), are tangential, are patronizing.  These responses, if early in the hoped-for responses, reduce the likelihood of getting a good response that *is* on point.  So, a few suggestions:
- if you don't know the answer, wait for other responses before you post.
- if you don't know the answer, say so.
- if you think you might be responding to a neophyte and your intended answer reflects that view, re-read the question.
- Focus on answering the question and not on "THE PROBLEM" that may only be there for background.
I'm sure there are others suggestions that folks could add.
The value of EE to all of us is helped by encouraging responses.
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by:Fred Marshall
I think that is a perception but not entirely reality
Well, I've sure had answers and threads that had but one responder.  So I rather have to say this is more than perception.  I may be biased by other venues where it's MORE prevalent.  I end up that it's more than perception and worthy of consideration.  Thus the suggestions.

If we are posting too much background information, that just really gets in the way.
Yes.  Examples can be misleading as well as possibly helpful.  Over time I've tried to do less.  Over time I've tried to make the actual question clearer.  When one does that then it's particularly frustrating to see the bandwidth used up.

 
If there is an answer you don't like or understand, take a step back, close the browser and come back to it later.
You're right of course.  My baggage is when clear questions are ignored or sidestepped.  My favorite baggage boils down to: "Is that a Yes or a No?"

The original post wasn't so much a complaint as a set of suggestions for more positive interaction.  I hope it was taken that way.  But the title *was* intended to get some attention.
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by:Craig Kehler
We are planning on some updates to the question workflow to address some of these concerns. Some Experts are too polite, not wanting to add a comment unless they *know* they have the best solution. Others will try anything, presumably in an effort to help. Many Experts skip over questions that already have comments with the assumption that the user has already been helped.

We are looking at how we can improve ways for authors to indicate their solution hasn't been reached yet and for Experts to be able to indicate they need more information from an author.
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Just noticed that MS brought back the Search Field in IE 11 for Sept 2017 updates.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4036586/cumulative-security-update-for-internet-explorer

I searched the internet and did not find any relevant information about this little sneaky addition (re-issued) Search Field.
 
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error with work folders Server 2012 R2

Error: The Windows Sync Share service failed to setup a new sync partnership with a device. Database: (\\share name) User folder name: (workfolder); Error code: (0x8e5e0645)

Solution: Stop the sync share service on the server backup and delete the content of the metadata folder and start the service again  

Let me know if this helps anyone
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by:Ajay Chanana
add your account to local computer user and group under MIISAdmins.

Make sure that the MIISAdmins group exists. If the group is missing, create a group that's named MIISAdmins.


log off logon this should work
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by:John Hurst
An article in today's paper headlines that "New Apple Devices get mixed reviews"  

Some bullets:

1. Apple products have gotten bad reviews in the past, only to go on to sell like hotcakes.
2. Most reviewers think the Apple iPhone 8 is OK at best and feel people are waiting for iPhone X. There may be something to that.
3. Most reviewers appear to think the Apple quality is basically intact.
4. Most reviewers thought the Apple visual design was old and Samsung design is cool.

So what will I do?

I had a Blackberry, upgraded to an iPhone 4s, barfed at the size of the 6s Plus and purchased an iPhone SE which is a 6s in an iPhone 5 (not 5s) case.  When it was introduced, it was the fastest smartphone on the planet - BIG battery and SMALL video.

So I do not need to upgrade to iPhone 8. My SE is now running IOS 11 quite happily.  

My phone works. I do not care whether it looks cool. At least it does not melt.
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EE-on-site-posts-360-x-600.pngOn Monday we launched the first installment of the Help Bell, a new feature for Premium Members, Team Accounts, and Qualified Experts. The Help Bell will give paid members assistance in getting their questions in front of subject-matter experts. Check out this how-to article for more information.
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Protect DNS: A Conversation With Dave Dufour of Webroot

DNS is one of the basic services on which the web is based and it has proven to be robust and scalable to an astounding degree. Unfortunately, it's also vulnerable to hacking and can be a serious attack vector if left unprotected. Dave Dufour, director of cybersecurity and engineering at Webroot, is an expert on DNS and its implications in network security. Security Now talked with Dufour about the issues with DNS and what organizations should be doing to protect their networks, employees and customers from DNS-based threats.

Read more of the interview on Security Now.
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2017-09-20-13.01.07.pngEarly adopters of Apple iOS 11 are unable to send Microsoft-provided email using the native Mail app.

So I would hold off upgrade if this is important to you!

It affects Outlook.com, Office 365 and Exchange 2016 running on Windows Server 2016. Many businesses rely on Exchange and Office 365 for email.

Whoops.....Too late!
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by:Brian Matis
Gotta wonder how this ended up happening... iOS 11 was in beta for plenty of time...

Just did some quick checking and MacRumors is saying that there were bug reports on this during the beta:
https://www.macrumors.com/2017/09/20/apple-microsoft-email-server-issue-mail-app-ios-11/

Looks like Microsoft has some workarounds too. Either using Outlook for iOS client or disabling HTTP/2 in Windows Server 2016.
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Windows Server 2016 has been a PITA as well as Exchange Server 2016!
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Wonderfully easy way to visualize ASYNC and AWAIT https://twitter.com/manekinekko/status/855824609299636230
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Network folder disappears after creating it as a mounted volume.  I have a MS 2K8R2 file server vm.  I map users to a directory called Department via GPO.  Users are able to see their own department folders but not other department folders due to access based enumeration.  This system has worked very well and without issue for 5 years.  The drive began to fill up.  It's limited to 2TB due to the fact that it's a vm on a VCenter5 host.  I created a new drive and "mounted volume" then moved the data for the operations department to the new drive.  The problem is that the users, intermittently, can no longer see their "Operations" department drive.  It appears some times but not others when trying to save a document to their network department drive.  Has anyone experienced this with a GPO mapped network drive to an access based enumerated mounted volume?

This appears to happen for Windows 7 clients but not Windows 10.
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You may want to post this to a Windows 2008 Server topic area, as a Question.
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by:Shawn Klingensmith
done.  thanks
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Command on QP2TERM and CL
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system chgdtaara qgpl/SHA2INP "'$(pr -t msgsigned.b64)'"
 
The command above works so good in QP2TERM but in CL doesn't work. Why ? Why ?  
 
My CL:
DCL VAR(&QP2LIB)    TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(18) VALUE('/QOpenSys/usr/bin/')
CHKOBJ OBJ(QGPL/SHA2INP) OBJTYPE(*DTAARA)
MONMSG CPF9801 EXEC(DO)                                            
CRTDTAARA DTAARA(QGPL/SHA2INP) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(172)
ENDDO                                                              
CHGVAR &QP2CMD   (&QP2LIB *CAT 'system' *CAT &NULL)                
CHGVAR &QP2PARM1 ('chgdtaara '  *CAT 'qgpl/sha2inp '  *cat  '"''$(pr ' *caT +
                                  '-t ' *caT 'msgsigned.b64)''"'  *CAT &NULL)              
SNDPGMMSG ('PARM1: ' *CAT &QP2PARM1)  
CALL QP2SHELL (&QP2CMD &QP2PARM1)
The result:
PARM1: chgdtaara qgpl/sha2inp "'$(pr -t msgsigned.b64)'" 
CPD0020: Caracter ''' not valid after teh string '"         '.  
CPF0006: there are errors
Thanks                          
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