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About darkstar

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    Edmonton, AB
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    Computer Network Administrator turned to Software Engineer.
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    Software Engineer (Mostly contract work)


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  1. Quick correction, Microsoft Press offers multiple books on C++
  2. I'll see if I can come up with something over the weekend.
  3. Its probably due to the fact that you have those partitions set as page files...
  4. It certainly is possible. I wrote a small application a while back that allowed me to do just so. Check out the PHP LDAP functions as your starting point. http://www.php.net/manual/en/book.ldap.php If you are going to be using your application outside of your local environment, you will have to use ldap_add() with SSL/TSL. Hope this helps.
  5. The commands you posted above are used by DHCP enabled hosts to abandon and obtain an address. The OP however is trying to configure his router to obtain an address on his ISP's network.
  6. And this router will be plugged in directly to your ISP's network?
  7. Just to verify, I'm assuming you're replacing your previous router?
  8. Have you configured anything else on the router?
  9. Feel free to copy the values from the "Basic Config" and "WAN DNS" setting fields as they should meet your connection requirements. Other settings can be changed as needed.
  10. Once connected to your router, log into the control panel by going to your router's local address ( by default). After logging in, click on the WAN tab on the left-side menu bar. You can then select your connection type (set to DHCP in your case) Config
  11. Check your network adapter configuration page (teaming tab) to see if they support 802.3ad link aggregation. (most Intel NICs do)
  12. You can look in Event viewer -> Windows Logs -> Application and then look for MsiInstaller to find out which one you uninstalled.