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  • Windows XP Boot Options

    What advance boot options are available for Windows XP?

    Hamid Ali

    • Jul 20th, 2011

    1)Safe Mode 2)Safe Mode with Networking 3)Safe Mode with command Prompt 4)Enable Boot Logging 5)Enable VGA Mode 6)Last known Good Configuration(your most recent settings that worked) 7)Directory Servi...

    Atul Keshri

    • Jul 20th, 2011

    Safe Mode
    Safe Mode With Networking
    Safe Mode With Command Prompt
    Enable Boot Logging
    Enable VGA Mode
    Last Known Good Configuration
    Directory Services Restore Mode
    Debugging Mode
    Disable automatic restart on system failure
    Start Windows Normally
    Return to OS Choice Menu

  • Microsoft Outlook Questions

    1. What is the difference between Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook express?2. What is the default ports number in Outlook for POP3 / HTTP / SMTP? 3. What is the meaning of pst in outlooks and what it’s function? 4. How can you backup the data of Microsoft outlook? 5. What will the pst file contain (eg; mail/ contacts/tasks etc)6. Will pst contain rules7. What is the use of cache mode in outlook...

    Jaywant Nalawade

    • Mar 17th, 2015

    There are two types of Outlook Data Files used by Outlook. 1.pst:- Personal Storage Table 2.ost:-offline storage table If you are using a Microsoft Exchange account, your items are usually deli...

    Manoj Singh

    • Dec 2nd, 2014

    1) Microsoft Outlook is a Microsoft Office application package content which is use for mail communication and express is inbuilt feature in XP for mail communication. 2) port for pop3-110, smtp-25, http-80

  • Remote Connection

    If you have client in a different location and want to access that client from server, What is the best way to access that client from server?

    Mohammad Tarique

    • Sep 19th, 2018

    If users Located as client location and they are facing some issue so we can take the remote session if users belongs to corporate network so take RDC and they belongs to Public network so we can take the remote using Cisco Jabber,Any desk, login123

    Ganesh Sawant

    • Aug 31st, 2017

    Team Viewer, Ammy Admin. if client in same domain you an access by Remote Desktop.

  • what is the difference between windows xp and windows 2000

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    • Member Since Sep-2007 | Jul 20th, 2008

    Windows XP Vs windows 2000
























    32/64 bit



    32/64 bit



    32 bit



    built-in CD writer support







    Remote Desktop Connection, Internet Connection Firewall, Fast UserSwitching


    Windows Media Player and Windows Messenge












    File sys support



    FAT16,32,NTFS,HPFS (High-Performance File System)








    • Apr 30th, 2009

    Windows XP has 4 Versions, Windows 2000 has 3 ver. (Win 2000 Pro, Server & AD. Server).Windows XP has last known good configuration [last used desktop] which is not present in Windows 2000. Remo...

  • What is the difference between server OS and desktop OS

    Mohammad Tarique

    • Sep 19th, 2018

    Server OS :- In Server Os all Machine are client and one Machine is server
    Whos access and maintain the all security
    In server OS having centralize control

    Client OS :- In Client OS client system in work group
    No centralize control
    No much secure as compare with server os


    • May 27th, 2017

    Server OS centralized administrator of users

    Desktop OS only local administrator users

  • Installing Printer

    You are required to install a new printer on the Print Server what are your steps? Remember this will be a shared printer


    • Apr 30th, 2009

    First Start--->Control Panel--->Printers---->Add printer--->Local (or) Network
    Printer--->Choose which brand printer and which one type of printer
    (if it's needed drivers, push the driver CD in that PC)---->Select TYPE (LPT1 or USB)--->Finish.
    It's ready to use printer. now printer is online.

  • Spool Service

    How can i tell if the print spool in running and where is it located? where does it store spooled print jobs?


    • Sep 26th, 2012

    DHCP: Port 546 (DHCP Client port for IPv6) should not be used by any other process while rogue detection is enabled

    rakesh reddy

    • Sep 23rd, 2012

    Type services.msc and search for print spooler service and make sure it is set to automatic, and now try to print hope your issue should be fixed by now.

  • Printing Problems

    user sent a job but it is stuck in the local cue how can you delete it? name a couple ways

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    • Member Since Apr-2008 | Jan 3rd, 2009

    You first Install the proper printer driver install. Check that printer is on/off status. Then give a test page. The test page is not printing, go To

    check printspooler give stop and start. it's work fine


    • Jan 3rd, 2009

    You first Install the proper printer driver install. Check that printer is on/off status. Then give a test page. The test page is not printing, go To RUN-->services.msc check printspooler give stop and start. it's work fine

  • How can you view startup items

    there are a couple of way to view and disable the items that start to the task pain... how would you go about doing it and give me the full path to get you there

  • Tree and Forest

    Explain what is meant by a tree and a forest, and how they differ.


    • Feb 21st, 2013

    A forest is a collection of multiple trees that share a common global catalog, directory schema, logical structure, and directory configuration. Trees are collections of one or more domains that allow...

  • Windows 2003 Command Line Tools

    What are some of the command-line tools available for managing a Windows 2003 Server/Active Directory environment?

    yogendra Sharma

    • Sep 11th, 2014



    • May 21st, 2014


  • What is the difference between Outlook & Outlook Express?What is IP range in networking side? How we will troubleshoot Outlook?How we will configure LDAP on Outlook?

    Ajay Yadav

    • Aug 6th, 2015

    Below mentioed answer is correct for IP Range.


    • Jul 1st, 2015

    1. In outlook Express Files will be saved in .DBX(Data Base Exchange) Format, But in Outlook Fill will be saved in .PST(Personal Storage Table) or .OST(Offline Storage Table) Format. 2. Outlook Expres...

  • What is IMAP? How does it work?

    Mohammad Tarique

    • Sep 19th, 2018

    -IMAP stand for Internet message access protocol thats use to sending and receiving the mails from mail server and its port no is 143

    Hamid Ali

    • Jul 20th, 2011

    The Internet Message Access Protocol (commonly known as IMAP) is an Application Layer Internet protocol that allows an e-mail client to access e-mail on a remote mail server.