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Re: [fhctech] Crimany. What Happened?

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  • bill henderson
    Call FHC Support in SLC and drop this in their lap. Then, let us know the fix. I suspect other people with run into this problem. They need to know that it
    Message 1 of 10 , May 6, 2006
      Call FHC Support in SLC and drop this in their lap.  Then, let us know the fix.  I suspect other people with run into this problem.  They need to know that it is a problem and create a fix for it.  Landesk is "here to help you." Don't you just love it.
       
      Bill H.

      Ronald Frye <ronfrye@...> wrote:
      Fellow FHC Techs...
       
      The Family Search IGI CDs had been loaded on one of our servers several years ago so that we could run the Temple Ready for Windows program over the network without having to swap CDs. This has been working superbly for us for a number of years... until now.
       
      Since installing the LanDesk software Salt Lake insisted we use, the following now occurs when running Temple Ready for Windows: Seemingly at random, or for certain individuals, it will ask that we load one of the IGI CDs into the CD drive; it may be for England, North America, Sweden, etc. You can "opt out" by ignoring that particular person and continue on with the Temple Ready process. This has never happened before!
       
      Any ideas as to what's going on here and how to fix this problem? We are using the latest edition of the Temple Ready program. I have checked the server upon which the IGI CDs have been loaded, and ALL of the files needed are there.
       
      Again, the Temple Ready process has worked flawlessly for the past couple of years until now. The only change I can think of has been the installation of the Lan Desk software from Salt Lake.
       
      Sincerely,
       
      Ronald W. Frye
      Danville, CA FHC Computer Specialist
       


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    • Michael Tvedtnes
      Just to back this up look here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314882 ... Win2K Professional allows 10 connections. WinXP Professional allows 10
      Message 2 of 10 , May 11, 2006
        Just to back this up look here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314882

        >>> "Merlin R Kitchen" <mkitchen@...> 5/3/2006 9:16 pm >>>
        Win2K Professional allows 10 connections.  WinXP Professional allows 10 connections.  WInXP Home only allows 5 connections.
         
        We had a computer guru set up a linux server with "Samba".   I leave it on all of the time,  (with a UPS to keep it running even with a power outage) and I haven't turned it off or rebooted it in months.  I use one of my client machines to put new stuff on the drives of the server, like updating the PRF, etc.  As a consequence, I haven't had to learn anything about linux.  We have 33 client machines and they are turned off every night; all but one are running Win2K Pro.
        Merlin Kitchen
        Utah South Area Family History Training Center
         
         
        One other thing I have noticed is, that upon bootup (on any non-server machine in the network), an error message occurs saying that all the server connections are used up. Have you experienced this as well?
         - Terri

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      • gtempleman1@comcast.net
        Just to back this up look here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314882 ... Win2K Professional allows 10 connections. WinXP Professional allows 10
        Message 3 of 10 , May 11, 2006
          Just to back this up look here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314882

          >>> "Merlin R Kitchen" <mkitchen@...> 5/3/2006 9:16 pm >>>
          Win2K Professional allows 10 connections.  WinXP Professional allows 10 connections.  WInXP Home only allows 5 connections.
           
          We had a computer guru set up a linux server with "Samba".   I leave it on all of the time,  (with a UPS to keep it running even with a power outage) and I haven't turned it off or rebooted it in months.  I use one of my client machines to put new stuff on the drives of the server, like updating the PRF, etc.  As a consequence, I haven't had to learn anything about linux.  We have 33 client machines and they are turned off every night; all but one are running Win2K Pro.
          Merlin Kitchen
          Utah South Area Family History Training Center
           
           
          I can no longer find the written information, but I remember seeing one time some instructions that computers were not to be left on when the building was unattended. I think the reason was if a component were to blow and start a fire, it could really get going before it was discovered. We are runing a Linux server too, but shut it down at the end of the day.
           
          Gary Templeman
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