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Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
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accepted What ports do I need to open for offshore to access our SQL Server db?
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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comment What ports do I need to open for offshore to access our SQL Server db?
@Chris, Thanks. Offshore uses CITRIX. Does this require that a port be opened for every resource that they need to access? I'm not knowledgable at all on this topic. In my ignorant mind, I would think of CITRIX as sort of RDPing to a server within the firewall, and that a single port, the one that CITRIX uses, would need to be opened. Since I would expect the remote server to be within the firewall, I would expect no further ports to have to be opened.
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asked What ports do I need to open for offshore to access our SQL Server db?
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
23
revised Server Admin has insufficient rights to add SYSTEM DSN. Why?
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Feb
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asked Server Admin has insufficient rights to add SYSTEM DSN. Why?
Feb
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accepted User vs. System Environment Variables: Do System Variables Override User Variables?
Jan
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comment User vs. System Environment Variables: Do System Variables Override User Variables?
JosefZ: yes, I added the two environment variables, one USER the other SYSTEM, both with the same name, using teh Windows 7 GUI similar to the screens shown inyour link.
Jan
20
comment User vs. System Environment Variables: Do System Variables Override User Variables?
I rebooted and still when I run "echo %path%" from a cmd.exe window, it displays my system env variable, not the value of the user variable. So, I deleted the User variable, o Admin access, changed my System path variable and the did teh same echo cmd. The updated env value was displayed w/o rebooting. This tells me that USER vars do not override system vars and that a reboot isn't necessary. Neitehr is what I expected.
Jan
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asked User vs. System Environment Variables: Do System Variables Override User Variables?
Oct
24
comment 32 vs. 64-bit ODBC Administor Utilities
@Ramhound: What's not confusing about naming both the 32 and 64 bit utilities Odbcad32.exe (note the key word: 32)? What's not confusing about placing the 32 bit utility in the SysWoW64 folder and the 64 bit utility in the system32 folder? Do you work for Microsoft?
Oct
24
comment 32 vs. 64-bit ODBC Administor Utilities
Judging by the fact that I don't see the 32 bit DB2 driver available when I go thru the Control Panel to create a new DSN, I would say that inb teh Control Panel, Windows provides only a link to the 64 bit version of the utility on my 64 bit OS, which - if it had to pick only one- would probably be a sane choice.
Oct
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comment 32 vs. 64-bit ODBC Administor Utilities
Why the vote down?
Oct
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revised 32 vs. 64-bit ODBC Administor Utilities
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asked 32 vs. 64-bit ODBC Administor Utilities
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