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    Dynamic IP addresses can change at any time. They...

    Dynamic IP addresses can change at any time. They usually don't but they can.
    I have seen what you describe many times. That is why I always setup a static IP in the printer.
    Knowing the IP is...
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    There are share rights and then there are...

    There are share rights and then there are security rights. After you setup the share, then setup security.
    You can add EVERYONE to security rights and give that group FULL CONTROL if you like....
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    Yes, I went from a 2003 server to a 2012 server

    Yes, I went from a 2003 server to a 2012 server
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    I just finished doing this. Backing up and...

    I just finished doing this. Backing up and restoring the DHCP Db does NOT restore reservations.. and really all that matters are the reservations.
    I used this resource to restore them to the new...
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    Take the PST to a PC that has office installed...

    Take the PST to a PC that has office installed and open the PST from within that Outlook.
    You do not need to import anything, just OPEN the PST within the good version of Outlook.
    Then export the...
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    On line storage can be very useful, as long as...

    On line storage can be very useful, as long as you keep something in mind.
    Once you put it 'in the cloud', you no longer OWN it. It is there forever and you cannot completely remove it even if you...
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    Troubleshoot with telnet (you may have to first...

    Troubleshoot with telnet (you may have to first turn on the telnet client)
    telnet is a quick way to determine if you can access an application on a specific port.
    First - something must be...
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    Port 26 is not a port commonly used for SMTP. You...

    Port 26 is not a port commonly used for SMTP. You have to use whatever port your mail host requires. Port 465 is a commonly used one when port 25 is blocked. But check with your mail host to find out...
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    This works well: Disabling SkyDrive by using the...

    This works well:
    Disabling SkyDrive by using the Registry Editor
    Launch the Registry Editor by opening the Run dialog box and entering regedit.
    When the Registry Editor opens, navigate to the...
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    Seems to me that what you really want to do is to...

    Seems to me that what you really want to do is to copy the documents, etc. (which likely reside in the 'my documents' folder of the old drive) onto the new drive (the win 8 drive),then you will be...
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    In IE11, put the page in 'compatibility mode'.

    In IE11, put the page in 'compatibility mode'.
  12. Do be aware that just because you allow a large...

    Do be aware that just because you allow a large attachment to be sent does not mean that the receiving system will allow that large attachment to be received.
    Most systems do have size limits and...
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    Although everyone tries very hard to scare you ...

    Although everyone tries very hard to scare you into paying that monthly subscription for hosted exchange, it is really not all that difficult to host exchange yourself. Once it is up and running, it...
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    Trusting the 'cloud' to secure and protect your...

    Trusting the 'cloud' to secure and protect your documents is like giving your bank account to a friend of your neighbors cousin because they promised to keep it safe for you.
    But hey... maybe they...
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    Open up services on the individual DC's Sort by...

    Open up services on the individual DC's
    Sort by 'logon as'
    If administrator is the name used by the service, change it's password
  16. Sign the petition. Can't hurt... ...

    Sign the petition. Can't hurt...
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    Wouldn't it be easier to just slap in a PCI nic...

    Wouldn't it be easier to just slap in a PCI nic card?
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    It could be that the SBS was setup to move the...

    It could be that the SBS was setup to move the docs folder to the domain. That is a common thing. If you Rclick on the documents folder on one of the desktops and look at properties, it should give...
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    All that matters is that the drive be as big or...

    All that matters is that the drive be as big or bigger than the existing drives. Any space beyond the size of the smallest drive will not be usable.
  20. Set up the DC with a .local name set the DNS to...

    Set up the DC with a .local name
    set the DNS to point to the IP of the DC (setting it to 127.0.0.01 does the same thing)
    only one dns is needed or you could set it to an external DNS if you wanted...
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    Something else to consider is that, using POP3,...

    Something else to consider is that, using POP3, your email account on the server is emptyed each time you download the mail.
    But an IMAP account has to be policed by the user as the account is NOT...
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