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Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0
April is the cruelest month for operating system security holes. Red Hat posted a fix within six hours, but Microsoft leaves us… still waiting!

windows fixing  Web server software for Windows NT that derided Netscape engineers. The affected file was originally a part of Visual InterDev 1.0, but was also added to IIS 4.0 and Front Page 98. Upon further study, researchers at CoreLabs in Buenos Aires found that the file, dvwssr.dll, was susceptible to buffer overflows, allowing an intruder to flood an NT server and expose a security hole. (The file originally contained the Netscape commentary .) Microsoft originally denied the existence of a security hole, but Read More...
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Navigating Between Service Management Scylla & Charybdis - Part 1
It is no longer breaking news to say that the US and the European Union (EU) are turning from product-based to service economies. The trend of the increasing

windows fixing  two, and even one-hour windows are offered. Moreover, Web-based  self-service  appointment booking by customers is a great way to avoid the long call center waiting times with an annoying music and intermittent ”Your call is very important to us, … please stay on the line, …” announcements. When an appointment is set a day or a week prior to the day of service, a four-hour window is still acceptable in today’s world. However, as soon as the actual day of service starts, information should be Read More...
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 3
Part 2 of this blog series analyzed the ActiveBatch architecture and evolution in terms of enterprise job scheduling and workload automation functional

windows fixing  plants running on Microsoft Windows and Sun Solaris platforms. An overarching SCM product from i2 Technologies is used to create an overall multi-site master production schedule (MPS). Generating a corporate-wide MPS involves processing more than 100 jobs, all of which must be performed in a precise sequence. Given so many dependencies, the failure of one job would affect the true optimization of the final MPS plan; it is thus better to repeat the failed job (after investigating and fixing the cause) Read More...
The Business Case for Tokenization
Tokenization is a new type of technology that is being used by companies to reduce the risk of losing sensitive data to identity thieves. This paper discusses

windows fixing  IBM i, IBM z, Windows, Linux, and UNIX. Many of these solutions are currently used by leaders in retail, health care, banking, and government. You can contact Patrick Townsend Security Solutions for an initial consultation at the following locations: Web: http://www.patownsend.com/ Phone: (800) 357-1019 or (360) 357-8971 International: +1 360 357 8971 Email: Info@patownsend.com A fully functional free trial is available for all Alliance products. You can evaluate Alliance capabilities on your own server Read More...
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 1
We certainly learn new things every day, and sometimes out of pure serendipity. Namely, when I was recently asked by one of my industry contacts (working for a

windows fixing  databases, platforms (e.g., Microsoft Windows with Task Scheduler  or UNIX with Cron ) contain limited scheduling functions, these address only basic requirements within the confines of the individual system. In fact, from my erstwhile experiences as a Baan (now Infor ERP LN ) and SAP R/3 functional consultant, I vaguely recall some task scheduling functions (e.g., setting overnight or weekend material requirements planning [MRP] runs, or performing a trial balance and general ledger [G/L] updates at a Read More...
CYMA
CYMA Systems, Inc. is a personal computer accounting software company, offering general accounting software for Windows@95, 98, 2000, and Windows NT@ platforms.

windows fixing  Windows®95, 98, 2000, and Windows NT® platforms. Working through its established nationwide CYMA Systems dealer network, CYMA has installed accounting software in thousands of businesses throughout the United States. Read More...
NCR's Teradata Database Meets Windows 2000. A Match Made in Redmond?
NCR Corporation announced it will support Microsoft Windows 2000 across its entire offering of products. In addition, NCR will present a full suite of

windows fixing  s Teradata Database Meets Windows 2000. A Match Made in Redmond? Event Summary SAN FRANCISCO - NCR corporation announced it will support Microsoft Windows 2000 across its entire offering of products, including its powerful Teradata database and many retail products. In addition, NCR will present a full suite of consulting and support services to help businesses migrate to the Windows 2000 environment. With NCR's Teradata database, companies that prefer to employ a Windows 2000-based infrastructure Read More...
Centrify Introduces New Cloud-based Identity Management Offering
Centrify has introduced a new Windows Azure cloud-based offering for identity management—Centrify DirectControl for SaaS. The product goes beyond identity

windows fixing  has introduced a new Windows Azure cloud-based offering for identity management—Centrify DirectControl for SaaS. The product goes beyond identity management solutions and provides comprehensive unified identity services across an organization’s mobile, cloud, and data center infrastructures. The product leverages existing Microsoft Active Directory investments and allows a company to extend the management across a broad range of systems, mobile devices, and applications. The solution provides many Read More...
Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses?
A major “issue” (a/k/a bug) has been uncovered in Windows 2000 Server. A consulting firm has found that administrators cannot add more than 51 IP addresses

windows fixing  first major bug in Windows 2000 Server has been reported. This bug deals with the ability of an administrator to add IP address to servers configured as domain controllers. The bug, as reproduced by Computer Reseller News, limits the number of IP addresses an administrator can add to approximately 50. Without a remedy, this bug can create serious problems for some enterprises, as well as ISPs. In addition to the bug causing administrative tool problems, it can prevent user authentication - a basic Read More...
How MWL Fights E-threats
When you connect to the Internet, you do so through the Windows Socket (Winsock) layer. While this layer is an integral part of the Windows operating system and

windows fixing  do so through the Windows Socket (Winsock) layer. While this layer is an integral part of the Windows operating system and acts as an interface between your computer and the Net, it cannot distinguish the difference between good traffic and bad. MicroWorld Winsock Layer (MWL) technology helps by sitting on the Winsock layer and analyzing the traffic—before it gets to your computer. Read More...
Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Adds Dysfunction to the Windows Family
Once upon a time, Microsoft products could only be used after the first service pack was released. With Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1, Redmond sets out to prove

windows fixing  Adds Dysfunction to the Windows Family Event Summary [TechWeb - 23 March 2000] Microsoft Corp. [NASDAQ:MSFT] has rolled out Service Release 1 (SR-1) for Office 2000, which combines previously available updates with customer-driven enhancements. SR-1 offers more than 500 fixes and enhancements to the various components of the Office 2000 suite. Despite naysayers, Microsoft has enjoyed an explosive deployment rate with Office 2000 since its introduction some nine months ago. With deployment on a record 16 Read More...
The Truth about Agent versus Agentless Monitoring
Monitoring servers, environments (physical and virtual), platforms (AIX, Solaris, Windows, VMware, HP/UX, Linux, Novell), applications (e-mail, Web, CRM, ERP, e

windows fixing  virtual), platforms (AIX, Solaris, Windows, VMware, HP/UX, Linux, Novell), applications (e-mail, Web, CRM, ERP, e-commerce), and services (service level agreements) is critical for IT departments. But it can be a daunting task to find the right monitoring solution. This paper examines the differences between agent and agentless monitoring, to help you make the right decision. Read More...
How to Integrate Active Directory and DNS
The Domain Name System (DNS) plays an important role in providing the information used by the Windows Domain locator service to connect and authenticate with

windows fixing  information used by the Windows Domain locator service to connect and authenticate with Active Directory. But how can organizations with existing configurations using the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND)—the international DNS benchmark—be sure that migration to other server solutions will yield a dependable DNS solution? Read More...
UML for REALbasic
REALbasic is an object-oriented programming language for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux computers. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the industry-standard

windows fixing  for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux computers. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the industry-standard notation for modeling object-oriented software. This paper shows how to extract a UML design from a REALbasic project, model REALbasic software using UML, and generate REALbasic code from UML. Read More...
Compaq to Halt NT on Alpha Development
Compaq Computer Corp. this week laid off roughly 100 engineers responsible for developing Windows NT/2000 on the Alpha platform, several informed sources said.

windows fixing  engineers responsible for developing Windows NT/2000 on the Alpha platform, several informed sources said. [Note: Compaq has only discussed the 32-bit version of NT, it is still unclear whether this announcement also affects 64-bit Windows.] What this means: As mentioned in TEC's note on Alpha ( Compaq's Alpha - Heading Toward Its Omega? August 13, 1999), Compaq had shown little commitment to making Alpha NT a viable product set. This latest development is the other shoe which was waiting to fall. This Read More...

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