Hi to all! I am using sql server 2008 enterprise edition. My instance name is "saboor-pc/ SQLSERVERENT". I am using this server for many months and i am satisfied but today an unexpected error occured when i clicked on "connect" button in sql server management studio. The error was: "Cannot connect to SABOOR-PC/MSSQLSERVERENT A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occured during the pre-login handshake(provider: SSL Provider, error:0 The message recieved was un expected or badly formatted)(MicroSoft SQL Server)" above is the error statement in double quots. Please guide me how can i solve this …

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Hello I am trying to upgrade my Windows 8 Enterpise PC to Windows 8.1 Enterprise everything goes ok up to the point where the install wizard ask to choose what I want to do with my current data and files. The problem is I only get to choose one option and that is to erase all previous data. (A new installation practically) Thank you in regards Steve

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We're looking into the Enterprise Library, to see if the security part will fit our needs. We want to use application roles/rights, so we probably need to write our own security provider. What I'm looking for are decent resources on this specific topic. I've found several books already on the library, but I'd like something that focuses on security specifically.

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![IMG_5798_(Medium)](/attachments/small/3/IMG_5798_(Medium).JPG "align-left") HP has kicked their line of enterprise printing into high gear for Q4, combining ease of use, versatility, and sleek design into their latest Laserjets. One such printer, their Laserjet Enterprise 500 MFP M575f is HP's answer to companies looking for something with complete versatility, that can sit ona desk, and clocks in at a sub $3000 price point. The printer combines powerful hardware and new technology to create a printer that is not only fast and efficient, but also very easy to use and extremely accessible. The Laserjet Enterprise M575f is HP's color Laserjet, retailing at a …

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Good day guys, I'm a java EE developer. I'm to do my final year project in java EE but have no idea of something tangible to earn me a good grade. Any suggestions. Would love to get a feedback by the end of the day. Thanks.

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Yes, I've already checked the pinned thread, all of the suggested books there are for Core java Kindly post good books for J2EE thanks :)

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The explosion of consumer devices like smart-phones, tablets & other similar devices into enterprise computing is making IT security pros very nervous. So, what do you think is the best way to deal with this situation? Smartphones & ipads: Should it be allowed @ work? Thanks Ramy Stuart IT Consultant, Allied Worldwide

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16999[/ATTACH]Seagate made the switch to serial-attached SCSI (SAS) drives a few years ago, but have only upgraded to the 6 Gb/s standard (SAS 2.0) within the last year. SAS drives require special controllers that are occasionally built into motherboards, but more often, come in the form of a PCI-Express card in order to achieve 6.0 Gb/s. The Savvio product line is marketed towards enterprise customers, purchasing drives for businesses or applications that require high speed and reliability, usually in the form of a RAID configuration. As such, these are not marketed, or priced, for the average consumer or computer enthusiast. …

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Wow. That's quite a statistic, but there it is in front of me jumping off the pages of the latest [URL="http://bit.ly/b2rUFg"]global State of Enterprise Security study[/URL] from Symantec. The two lines shining so brightly and grabbing my attention read "75 percent of organizations experienced cyber attacks in the past 12 months" and "these attacks cost enterprise businesses an average of $2 million per year". I'll say it again, wow! Maybe that is not so surprising when you consider that the report states that every enterprise, yes 100 percent, experienced cyber losses in 2009. The top three losses being intellectual property …

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I was on one of my Linkedin Forums and I saw a question about people who are using SocialText or SocialCast, both of which offer enterprise collaboration software for large companies and corporation who want to centralize all of their social media efforts and encourage collaboration. Has anyone here used or seen a demo of either of these and what were your impressions? I ask because while these are enterprise products targeted at large companies I can easily see these two products offered in smaller versions to try to capture the larger companies in the SMB market. And if I …

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Ok I have been looking for this for a while it is the ultimate list of repositories for the Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake distro. It will give you so many program choices you wont know what to do. simply goto your terminal and type sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list (I chose gedit for this because im assuming it is the easiest for people try kate for kde, also nano,vi, and emacs should work) and then add this to the file # Treviño’s Ubuntu Dapper Sources list # http://italy.copybase.ch/blog/?page_id=13 # # Based on source-o-matic (http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic) list # Added extra repository # # If …

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If your company has a blog -- and it should -- you might what to have a look at [URL="http://www.typepad.com/connect/faq.html"]Typepad Connect[/URL], a new way to bring the finer points of social networking right to your Web site. In the old days (meaning around 18 months ago) it used to be enough for a company to simply have a presence on the Web. A homepage with contact information was sufficient, and you were considered bleeding-edge if the company president was blogging. Nowadays, corporate blogging is de rigeur and social networking is the new advertising medium. Typepad, the hosted version of Six …

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If the state of the economy has got you down and you're ready to stop throwing money at commercial software vendors, you might be overwhelmed at the amount of open source options that exist. Buck up, IT soldier, here are three applications that let you dip your toes in the pool without jumping in all the way. [URL="http://wiki.mindtouch.com/"]Mindtouch[/URL] - I've [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2843.html"]written before[/URL] about this dead-simple way to implement a collaborative environment in the workplace. Sure, you can always fall back on sharing files via Google Docs or keep employes connected through an in-house blog, but I don't recommend putting together …

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One of the year’s biggest disappointments has to be Seagate Teachnology. The high-tech heavyweight is taking on so much water that barnacles are starting to grow on its bottom line. Hey . . . at least something is growing on Seagate’s bottom line. Before I get into Seagate’s woes, I realize that the industry is sluggish right now and that consumers are holding tight praying for a better economic picture in 2009. That’s certainly the case of late. According to Forbes.com, 30% of U.S. companies slashed their technology budgets in the third quarter of 2008. Another 29% say they will …

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Fellow DaniWeb blogger Guy Clapperton [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2585.html"]makes some excellent points[/URL] about why, as a "self-employed Mac user," he bought himself a new iPhone following yesterday's announcement of the new 3G model. Are there any compelling reasons to get a new iPhone if you're a corporate employee or business owner, though? Actually, there's quite a few. One of the biggest barriers to widespread adoption of iPhones in the corporate environment is security. IT departments haven't been willing to risk corporate infrastructure so iPhone users could download random apps their devices whenever the mood strikes. Furthermore, it's particularly troublesome that there's no way …

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[FONT=&quot]It seems that everyone and their uncle are doing a Linux deal at the moment, and the latest to hop into the same commercial bed are IBM and Red Hat. Today the companies have announced an initiative to encourage the dramatic growth of Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM System Z mainframes.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot] [/FONT] [FONT=&quot]The main points to note are:[/FONT] [FONT=&quot] [/FONT] [LIST] [*][FONT=&quot]The comprehensive programme will further assist companies in the evaluation, deployment and support of this joint platform. It was created in response to the growing adoption of Red Hat Enterprise Linux on mainframes by governments and companies …

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Red Hat's been the king of Linux for a while -- but as of lately, it's been quite some time since they released an update to their enterprise edition of their distribution, RHEL. 2 years in fact. Now, Red Hat has finally released a new version of RHEL: REHL 5. So it's pretty safe to say that they've been working on this release for around 2 years. A quote from the website says this: [quote][B]Thank you. We've been listening.[/B] Over two years ago we began asking what you wanted in the next major release from Red Hat. Today we'd like …

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For those who may not have heard, former network leader Novell (who owns SuSE Linux) made a deal with Microsoft exchanging some intellectual property rights. Those in the business-end of IT know that Microsoft is busy applying for thousands of patents concerning Intellectual Property -- have a look at Network Computing and Information Week for all the good details. From Groklaw: Under the Patent Cooperation Agreement, Microsoft commits to a covenant not to assert its patents against Novell's end-user customers for their use of Novell products and services for which Novell receives revenue directly or indirectly from such customers, with …

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[URL="http://www.pgp.com"]PGP Corporation [/URL] will announce on Wednesday the availability of numerous application upgrades across its entire portfolio. I have persuaded them to let me break the embargo and bring the news to DaniWeb members a couple of days early. With global organizations increasingly facing highly publicized data breaches, regulatory pressures, and compliance concerns that negatively affect brands, there is more need than ever to deploy integrated, corporate-wide encryption solutions. Nevertheless, many of the available approaches present problems as serious as those they aim to solve: numerous applications to manage, the resulting content silos creating costly and unnecessary burdens on IT …

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What Caused Microsoft to Create DirectX10? It all started with the Windows Error Reporting Tool. Microsoft was collecting hundreds of Bugs per day only for its Operating System. Microsft Found out that 70% of all errors and bad user Experience in Windows XP comes from Graphic Display drivers. First, Microsft saw that most of the Drivers used are not certified (WHQL). Secondly, Microsoft also saw that due to the fact that the Graphic Driver runs in Kernel Mode, if it crashes, it brings the entire Operating System Down. So Microsoft said: “Heck! If we solve the only problem that is …

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Intel officially announced the introduction of 10 Core 2 Duo and Core Extreme microprocessors for desktops, workstations and notebooks. Intel said it has over 550 customer system designs underway, with the CPUs built on 65 nanometre technology. Machines using the desktop chips will be available in early August, while notebooks will become available at the end of that month. Five of the family are aimed for desktops, five for notebook and mobile users. The products were formally codenamed "Cointreau" and "Merom". The chips support 64-32 instructions, so called smart cache which shares L2 cache, wide dynamic execution, and instructions that …

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After months of possible merger information it finally happens and I am surprised at the amount of money that AMD had to spend on this. This is a huge step for both companies. Currently Intel is the lead manufacturer of microprocessors, semiconductors, and graphics chips with AMD being the second for microprocessors and Nvidia and Ati battling it out for second in the graphics chips. Now of course Intel graphics chips are like integrated graphics obviously if you need a high end graphics card you would go with a Nvidia, Ati, or some of the other card manufacturers. The only …

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The world of malware could be turned upon its head if the Blue Pill virtualization based rootkit due to be demonstrated at the [URL="http://syscan.org"]SyScan 06[/URL] Conference, Singapore, in a couple of weeks proves as undetectable as the security researcher who has created it claims. [URL="http://invisiblethings.org/"]Joanna Rutkowska[/URL] is a stealth malware researcher with a Singapore based IT security business, and specializes in rootkit technology. Using AMD's SVM/Pacifica virtualization technology, she has created a working prototype that not only takes complete control of the underlying operating system but also remains 100% undetectable while doing so. The demonstration will be on the Vista …

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I was recently working on a personal project to setup a PVR system for my living room. The first part of this project was relatively easy; I just bought another dell computer. The next step was a little bit complicated, see, personally I would typically like to use an OS that has a portage type system (Gentoo, FreeBSD, etc.), but I felt that I needed a little work on my [url="http://www.rpm.org/"]RedHat Package Management[/url] skills. This required that I use RedHat Enterprise 3 or 4, since the [url="http://fedora.redhat.com/"]Fedora[/url] code uses [url="http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/"]Yum[/url] (which I ended up installing anyway). When I first installed …

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At [URL="http://www.supercomp.de/"]ISC2006[/URL], the 21st International Supercomputer Conference, in Dresden, Germany today an interesting announcement was made by [URL="http://www.tyan.com"]Tyan Computer[/URL]: the launch of the Personal Supercomputer. Not quite a desktop machine, it is being marketed as a deskside unit, the [URL="http://www.tyan.com/products/html/clusterservers.html"]Typhoon PSC[/URL] certainly promises to pack quite a punch. The 8 processors and 64Gb RAM delivering a hard hitting maximum 70 Gigaflop punch to be precise. All this in a device no bigger than a couple of standard desktop PCs and bringing low noise and power consumption to what we normally think of as the noisy, high power end of the …

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According to just released research from Michigan based [URL="http://www.onlymyemail.com"]OnlyMyEmail [/URL]Inc it would appear that Sender ID is ineffective as an anti-spam solution. Despite the high profile, and frankly somewhat aggressive PR campaign by [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/safety/technologies/senderid/default.mspx"]Microsoft[/URL], the 60 day statistical analysis certainly suggests that it isn’t the Holy Grail of anti-spam that Mr. Gates would have us believe. Across a 60 day period, OnlyMyEmail discovered that emails sent by a domain without a published [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Policy_Framework"]Sender Policy Framework[/URL] (SPF) record were only slightly less likely to be spam than those sent by domains that publish Sender ID information in their DNS records. But, …

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The reports that are popping up all over the web that [URL="http://www.ibm.com"]IBM[/URL], along with [URL="http://www.gatech.edu"]Georgia Tech[/URL], has [URL="http://www.gatech.edu/news-room/release.php?id=1019"]demonstrated [/URL]the world’s fastest ever chip are, sadly, not quite as exciting as you might at first think. Not least because this wasn’t a chip at all, but rather a transistor, and even the least technical minded of people will realize there’s something of a difference between the two. Looking beyond that basic misunderstanding of the facts, the news still fails to excite me as much as it seems to have excited everyone else and here’s for why: Yes, it did run at …

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The triple-gate transistor is not new, almost exactly three years ago on June 12th 2003 at the [URL="http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20030612tech.htm"]Symposia of VLSI Technology and Circuits in Kyoto[/URL], Japan, [URL="http://www.intel.com"]Intel [/URL]was heralding it as the future of chip design. However, the fact that at the same [URL="http://www.vlsisymposium.org/index.html"]Symposium this week in Hawaii[/URL], Intel reveals the technology is moving out of the conceptual research phase and could be used in chip production as soon as 2010 most certainly is newsworthy. Intel has successfully built the transistors which use gates on three sides to control current: a structure that reduces leakage (so less overheating and less …

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Multiple core processors are set to dominate the marketplace by the end of 2007, after [URL="http://www.amd.com"]AMD [/URL]follows [URL="http://www.intel.com"]Intel [/URL]down the ‘more performance for less power’ road. Having already beaten Intel to the dual-core processor punch, the announcement from AMD that it will ship four-core processors for high end desktops, servers and workstations by mid-2007 puts the chip giants back head-to-head once again. Considering the market share that AMD has carved out for itself in such a relatively short time, currently standing at 20%, Intel look a little exposed right now. It was hoping to stall the market slippage with the …

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In 2002, IBM scientists managed to produce a magnetic data tape capable of a storage density of 1 billion bits per square inch. This week the [URL="http://www.almaden.ibm.com"]IBM Almaden Research Center [/URL]boffins have done it again, in conjunction with Fuji, to the tune of 6.67 billion bits per square inch. That figure I confidently expected to rise to 8 billion by the time the tape becomes commercially available in 2011. If you are not a large corporate then this news will probably hold little more than a passing geek interest. For the enterprise that requires large volumes of static data storage …

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The End.