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lrmoore earned 80 total points
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G'day, stevenlewis
Some folk just can't take no for an answer, can they?

Cheers!
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LOL, no they can't
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I saw it earlier, and figured you had it handled :~)
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Didn't you say you hail from NE Ohio? I'm going to be in Boardman/Youngstown tomorrow night for a client meeting Wed a.m., back to Pittsburg airport wed afternoon..
Next week Florida, week after Wash D.C, Several semi-local spots in between.
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I'm about an hour north of Youngstown
I'll be going to Fla the first part of May, Naples (for a golfing weekend, not to work *grin*)
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Maybe I'll catch you on the flip-flop.
Cheers!
<from boardman>
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If you get a chance please see here
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Microsoft_Network/Q_20560023.html
I've got a 1:00 tee time, and have some errands to do before
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BTW, there is a question by me in networking (same as this one) post so I can close it OK?
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Been years since I played with DOS boot disks...
I looked at the Q earlier, don't think I have anything of value to add, no time either.

>there is a question by me in networking (same as this one) post so I can close it OK?
Huh? I don't see it...
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Our buddy is at it again
maybe you could give some input here
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Microsoft_Network/Q_20567539.html
He is using w2k now
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