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We tested the UPS subsystem with gracefull shutdown for all the PCs in the lab. Works nice. Mike B is working on one of our lab machines this morning, a HP NetServer that has been giving us trouble. While he...

We tested the UPS subsystem with gracefull shutdown for all the PCs in the lab. Works nice. Mike B is working on one of our lab machines this morning, a HP NetServer that has been giving us trouble. While he is doing that, he is also reloading the 8way Compaq machine in the NWC Inc rack. Our origional load on it was a mistake, we loaded Windows 2000 server, not Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and it wasn't taking advantage of all eight processors. I am still fighting with the NSS NAS devices, I am going to give them a call to day to see if they have any ideas. They connect to ADS, but they won't authenticate. It's weird. On the switch front, we hope to have all of our Cisco switches in this week. There was significant hope that Cisco would ship last Friday, and that would mean machines more than likely this week. I'll keep you posted on that. Lori is in her home-office today, coding through a cold, I am sure we will hear from her in the next day or two on what's going on on the code end of the game. Thats all for now, everybody take care.

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