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I'm a soldier in the US Army, program in C# in spare time, for some fun :P


Aug
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suggested approved edit on Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
Aug
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comment Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
My Exchange Administrator confirms this is possible, but only if he does it. Thanks
Aug
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comment Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
The CEO has made the CFO a delegate with every permission Outlook allows. However, he wants the CFO to be able to add ADDITIONAL people to CEO's calendar.
Aug
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comment Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
Exchange 2003, with Server 2003, running AD
Aug
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revised Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
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Aug
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asked Outlook 2007 sharing someone else's calendar
Aug
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comment Searching for “Flash drive mounting” software
A VHD can be mounted and edited while live. Everything is persisted, as a normal hard drive.
Aug
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comment Searching for “Flash drive mounting” software
Well, that depends on his OS choices. It is supported in a couple different virtual environments. If nothing else, it meets his needs for now...
Aug
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revised Searching for “Flash drive mounting” software
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comment Searching for “Flash drive mounting” software
TrueCrypt may be free, open source, cross platform, and easy to use, but VHD support is built into his OS, and also quite easy.
Aug
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answered Searching for “Flash drive mounting” software
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accepted Assigning permissions automatically to items within a list based on a value
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asked Assigning permissions automatically to items within a list based on a value
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accepted Hard drive options for home media server
Jul
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comment Hard drive options for home media server
This is a standard thing among all RAID controllers? Or is it a feature set specific to a specific brand, etc?
Jul
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comment Hard drive options for home media server
I understand how RAID works. I'm looking for a solution that will allow me to replace a smaller drive with a larger drive, then allow me to utilize the space. As I understand it, with most (if not all) RAID controllers, if I have 2x 1TB drives, and 2x 2TB drives, if I replace a 1TB with a 3TB, the RAID array will still be the same size. Is there an implementation that will allow me to perform this functionality?
Jul
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answered Hard drive options for home media server
Jul
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comment Hard drive options for home media server
FreeNAS looks good to me. Might need to test this out with some virtual machines.
Jul
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comment Hard drive options for home media server
Backup is not truly necessary. This is not vital data. I can buy a controller if necessary... Is JBOD my only option to be able to replace smaller drives with larger drives? If that's even a possibility.
Jul
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comment Hard drive options for home media server
Im actually only at about 3TB / 6TB. I'm not intending this to be a "backup", just fault tolerance. Buying a 3TB drive and moving everything to it and blowing the span is also not an option. My case has quite a few bays - I wont be replacing the smaller drives until I have close to 12 TB or more, which is not feasible to use this method.