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Role Of Online Surveys In Gathering Public Opinion

19th September 2011
Surveys are very important as they help in collecting public opinion about a specific topic, product, business, marketing, public relation, etc. But in the past few years it used to take considerable time and money for this, with new and advanced technolo... Read >
Author: vaishnavikna

How to Manage CRLs for IIS

07th February 2011
A certificate revocation list must be checked to ensure free 70-291 test questions that a certificate presented for authentication has not been revoked. CRLs are cached and used until the next CRL publication. IIS, however, should be configured to allow C... Read >
Author: Shirley

Fail to synchronize OST file after renaming E-mail server? Covert OST to PST

18th January 2011
It cannot be wrong to you say that OST(Offline Storage) file is a duplicate copy of the mailbox on Exchange server. Data of the MS-Outlook PST file can be accessed offline. All the credit goes to Outlook OST file. Yes, OST file allows you to view the e-ma... Read >
Author: jennylembert

Dealing with MS Access Error 80004005

14th October 2010
There are various errors associated with MS Access database, when some kind of corruption occurs in the database. This article enlists problem, root cause and solution for MS Access error 80004005 "The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot open the f... Read >
Author: Andrew

Rectifying The Compressed (zipped) Folder is invalid.. Zip File Error

19th July 2010
Data compression is the best technique to effectively store your data on any storage media in less storage space and transfer data over network. You can compress data easily using compression tools, like WinZip. The application compresses your data in Zip... Read >
Author: suzismith85

Recovery after Error “Couldn't Open System.mda” in MS Access

29th May 2010
MS Access and Its System.mda File: MS Access is a member of the Microsoft Office suite of applications that is a fusion of the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine, a simple user interface and various software development tools. MS Access is widely us... Read >
Author: Sys Tools

Tips To Resolve “The object store note...” Error Message

25th May 2010
Lotus Notes database contains critical information used for various personal and professional purposes. The information mainly includes e-mails, contacts, calendar entries, notes, and meetings. The data saved in the database can become inaccessible if the... Read >
Author: Mohit Mathur

Event Id 474 while accessing Exchange Server database

01st March 2010
One of the most important objects of Microsoft Exchange that saves all the database files and transaction logs is 'Information Store'. This component, once corrupted, results in inaccessibility of all the data/information saved in database. Few most commo... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Rectifying “An unexpected error occurred” Error in Microsoft PowerPoint

01st March 2010
Are you encountering errors while opening, or saving a PowerPoint presentation? Are you unable to access data from a Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 presentation? This behavior may occur due to either corruption or I/O errors in the presentation. In both the ca... Read >
Author: Eric justice

Resolving OST Error: 'Unable to expand the folder

08th February 2010
When Microsoft Outlook is used in conjunction with an Exchange Server account, it uses an offline folder, called .ost file, to store Outlook data. This file is an exact replica of your mailbox stored on Exchange computer and gives offline access. When Out... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

How to Fix a Damaged Boot.ini File In Microsoft Windows?

30th October 2009
When you Windows computer hardware seems to power up and run properly, but the operating system does not boot up, you can not get into your system and access data from it. The problem could be due to damaged Boot.ini file. In such situations, you encounte... Read >
Author: Garry Thomson

Resolving “Database page corruption” Error in MySQL

06th October 2009
MySQL database uses two storage engines- InnoDB and ISAM. InnoDB is the standard element of all current MySQL libraries. It supports several feature, which make it better than other storage engines. The features include foreign key support and storing dat... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Incorrect Configuration of SQL Server 2005 May Lead to Database Corruption

22nd September 2009
Microsoft SQL Server is the most advanced and widely used RDBMS (Relations Database Management System). It stores all of your critical data in MDF (Master Database File), in the form of tables. But in case if the SQL Server gets damaged, it does not allow... Read >
Author: colindolly

BKF File Corruption When it Exceeds the Size Limit

21st August 2009
NTBackup is the most effective and useful backup application, which come bundled with NT based versions of Microsoft Windows operating system. Backup, which is a duplicate copy of your original data, is considered as the most excellent solution to prevent... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Rectifying Error The file is not an offline folder file in Outlook - Convert ost to pst

08th August 2009
An ideal collaborative and messaging environment can be created using Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook. The Exchange Server stores all of the user mailboxes in a single database, called EDB (Exchange Database). A separate profile or mailbox... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt
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