I've used McAfee on Windows Server 2008 R2 ... for five plus years. That's two (complete?) turns of McAfee "development" cycle and although each time they've changed something in their final production interface that managed to knock something out of whack on this system, I've now grown so familiar with readjustment that using it is really easy.
For instance, filtering IPs (comes wth a firewall replacement for the windows native).
There's not a lot of bell and whistle to it ("SAas" with firewall) like say, latest Norton Antivirus (on Vista 32-bit). But at the time, McAfee was the only vendor coming through for 64-bit personal use. So, it's served me well. To date.
I have a problem with my application within Win server 2008
, when it is work well within Win server 2003
when I try to use my app with win_ser2008 get the following error message:
Server Error in '/yyy' Application.
ORA-00161: طول فرع الحركة 90 غير مشروع (العدد الأقصى المسموح64 )
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Data.OracleClient.OracleException: ORA-00161: طول فرع الحركة 90 غير مشروع (العدد الأقصى المسموح64 )
An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request. Information regarding the origin and location of the exception can be identified using the exception stack trace below.
I am a little confuse about usage of CAL license. Suppose i have one database Server 2012 and on the other hand i have one application server where around 50 virtual directories which uses the sa user via web.config file to connect database server. My question is how many CALs required to purchase.
The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.
I need to invoke e .NET Managed .EXE located on a Webhost (https://..) from client machines. These clients mostly don't have the .net framework installed. Can I do this from (I know very old) VB6? I know it's old, but IT don't want to install .net framework on 600-800 clients for just one app...
Note: the .EXE application updates exchange calendar info using ExchangeWebService.
Probably I will have to create a webservice that does the job, which I can call from VB6. Unfortunatly I am stuck to this. Internally we have .net installed on the web servers (for our intranet) and the clients just are Win 7 / Xp with office installed, some policies even deny access to the "C:\" drive for standard users (not developers) :(