We've got some Nortel QIP software that's garbage.
We're looking for something better at the moment as well. The only good things about our current setup is:
Web based, and uses logins so you can only mess up your own deligated subnet, not every one's.
There is a nice one at 3701 Market St in Philadelphia. That's the closest one to NJ i know of. My company has 11 racks there we'll be clearing out by years end.
2 NJ DC's:
'Nother Domino + Postini admin here.
We use SAV for Domino internally as well for profanity / attachment size limits.
If you have Domino Admin installed, bring that up. Switch to the server you want to check (SMTP I guess?)
Go to the 'Server' Tab. Then Statistics.
You should see a list of...
My friend had a quad PPro Proliant that would 'fail' all 4 processors, but run without any issues. 'Twas a quirky box.
Some of the old Xeon-based Proliants could 'fail' a processor as well until you ran SmartStart and re-enabled it.
If you do pull the chip, you may need a Slot2 terminator in...
If you've installed the latest 'ROMPaq' there should be an 'intergrated LCD display' program (i think).
It won't show up under Windows, and i don't know of any other way of accessing it through software.
And it's not the floppy port. Just physically identical. Make sure you have it...
Yep, pull that black piece off the end (carefully!) and the part unhappy_mage linked to will work for you. It's a 44pin to 40pin + power adapter. You can then plug your laptop harddrive into a desktop. I do it almost everyday at work.
My DBAN floppy at work is labeled:
"Bootable Hot Drive Sex"
I'm just waiting for someone to come across it. :)
A regular 'format' is still very recoverable with the right tools. You'll def. want one of the programs listed so far.
DumpSec from Sysinterals can tell you LastLogonTime.
Also if you're running WSUS the server can tell you the last time a machine checked in.
If they don't help i think i have a .vbs script somewhere that checks for machine activity.
Also note, machines in the 'Computer' OU are not getting...
Since my first idea got shot down :) :
On the 'motherboard' by the 'system riser' (is that what it's called? has the SCSI/VGA/Mouse/Serial/Front LCD Connector) there should be a bunch of LED's in the row. If there was something wrong with a CPU/VRM/Terminator it should tell you there. The...
Towards the bottom of this page: http://www.interfacebus.com/Design_Connector_IDE.html
is an ATA pin out list. There is a *small* chance the pin you broke didn't do anything important.
I have used small bits of paper clips (snipped off to the right lengthm, about 5-6mm and stuck one end in the...