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*** Microsoft Networking TA Experts Notification Thread ***

Posted on 2006-10-22
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*** Experts ONLY ***

Welcome to the Microsoft Networking topic area notification thread. This is a similar question to the one posted by the Exchange TA Page Editor Sembee.

The idea of this question is for experts & page editors to post links to questions that need attention from other experts.

This could include:

- Questions that have been moved in to this topic area from another one
- Questions in other topic areas that could do with input from an Exchange server expert
- Questions where the expert has run out of ideas, requires a fresh pair of eyes or would just like support from another expert.

*** How does it work? ***

This question is based on those already operating in other topic areas.
To get the notifications - simply click on subscribe directly below this question.
If you subscribe, I would appreciate a quick email so I know who is getting the notifications.
You may want to setup a rule in Outlook to flag messages from this question separately from your regular questions.

If you have a question that you would like looking at, post a link to the question plus any other information that could be of use to someone reading this question.

I will monitor the questions posted, and when they have been closed with the problem resolved, I will delete the link in this question. This should keep the question tidy so that you only see questions that are "live".

Eventually this question will become the last open question in the list, making it easy to find.

If there is a question that you think I need to look at as Page Editor, then please let me know via  email: Jay_Jay70 @ experts-exchange.com

*** QUESTION ASKERS PLEASE NOTE ***

Please do not post a link to your own question in to this area unless the question is at least 72 hours old. Anything newer will be deleted WITHOUT NOTICE.
This is not a replacement for the pointer system, and you should use that where possible.
If you have posted your question in this thread, then you may wish to unsubscribe by clicking the link.

If I can clarify anything in the above please drop me an email

James

Page Editor: Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Networking, IIS & Microsoft Site Server
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Sure...  (Subscribed)
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by:Steve Knight
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Not sure who else is subscribed here but anyone into Hamachi and can advise this guy.... he currently has a router going to a 10.x range for WAN side of 2 servers and the othe side on 192.x range and clients PC's beyond from what I have gathered from other questions.  

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Microsoft_Network/Q_22061268.html#a17964067
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Phew... found it again. Can't cope without the plain text links in the notification e-mails.

Properly subscribing so this appears in my comment history.

Chris
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.... you can switch to text mode mails if your profile you know.  I had to so I could view on PDA and Pegasus Mail still as button is non-existent.. means I have to cut & paste address when using webmail now though :-(
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Oooo... never noticed that... thanks :-D

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Nor me until I complained bitterly to Netminder!
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Ill get Rob in for Hamachi, he is pretty good with it all, anyone here use msn?
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I do. Same address as in my profile.

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cool cool, added, Cheers
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Lads,

For Robwill about time he made the Genius mark!

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_22074299.html
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