Cannot create a stub zone in a Domain Name System (DNS) server running Windows Server 2003.

September 29, 2007

This issue occurs because the current domain functional level is not Windows Server 2003. You cannot store stub zones in the domain partition of the Active Directory database until you raise the domain functional level to Windows Server 2003.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914054


26 Tips to Stay Calm When Situation Goes Bad.

September 28, 2007

How do you calm your nerves while the world around you is falling down? Here are 26 tips ; pick the ones that work for you:

  1. Take a deep breath.
  2. Do nothing for 5 minutes.
  3. Take a nap.
  4. Take a shower.
  5. Listen to comforting music.
  6. Listen to natural sounds.
  7. Play music.
  8. Share to a positive friend.
  9. Meditate.
  10. Ask “What’s the next action?” and focus on only that one thing.
  11. Go to nature (mountain, beach, etc.).
  12. Ride a bike.
  13. Talk about other topics.
  14. Drink a bottle of water.
  15. Play games (just for a while!).
  16. Go eat with someone who is not part of the situation.
  17. Exercise.
  18. Read spiritual texts.
  19. Listen to spiritual audio programs.
  20. Unplug the Internet.
  21. Take a cup of coffee.
  22. Say to yourself, “This situation is not as bad as it looks. Many people have handled situations worse than this successfully.”
  23. Be grateful for what you still have (instead of looking at what you don’t have).
  24. Be grateful for what you can learn from the situation.
  25. Take a walk around a park.
  26. Smile.

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15 Tips to Stay Positive in Negative Situations.

September 28, 2007

Though it’s not easy, it’s important to stay positive in negative situations. Beat the negative situations by staying positive. Here are 15 tips on how to do it; pick the ones that work for you:

  1. Never respond when you are not calm. If you are not sure that you are calm, don’t respond. Take time to calm yourself down first.
  2. Take a deep breath as a first step to calm yourself down.
  3. Speak in gentle tone to reduce the tension of the situation.
  4. Realize that you can find opportunities in negative situations. Albert Einstein said: “In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.”
  5. Look at the content of what people say to you for something positive that you can act upon to improve yourself. Don’t just reject the whole messages.
  6. For the rest of the messages which is negative, simply ignore it.
  7. Maintain positive view of the people. Maybe you don’t like their messages or behavior, but that doesn’t mean that you can hate them personally.
  8. Realize that having negative feelings will just hurt you, not them. So there is no reason for you to have any negative feeling.
  9. If you make mistakes, be open to admit it.
  10. If you make mistakes, remember this quote by George Bernard Shaw: “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.”
  11. If you can, listen to motivational audio program to feed positive thoughts into your mind.
  12. Talk to a positive friend who can encourage you.
  13. Remember your favorite quotes to give you inspiration and motivation. This is one reason why you should have quote of the day.
  14. Look at the negative situations as your training sessions for real life. The higher you climb in life, the worse the negative situations would be, so you’d better be prepared for them.
  15. Realize that you can’t please everyone. In fact, nobody can. Sometimes you need to just let some people go. Realizing this will relieve you from a lot of unnecessary burden so that you can focus on the people that you can positively interact with.

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23 Practical Things You Can Do to Make Your Life More Fulfilling.

September 28, 2007
  1. Think about this question: If you have only six months left to live, what would you do not to regret your life? The answer to this question reveals your deepest value and priorities.
  2. From your answer in #1, think of a personal statement for your life purpose. Though you won’t be able to make a final statement in just one day, at least you can come up with a draft.
  3. Write some specific goals of what you want to achieve regarding your personal statement in #2.
  4. Take the first step to act upon your goals in #3. Even a simple thing will do. As the saying says: “The journey of one thousand miles begins with the first step”.
  5. Browse the web or ask your friends to find a charity in a cause you care about.
  6. Donate to the charity.
  7. When you meet your spouse, family, or friends, praise them.
  8. Stop thinking too much about how to have more money.
  9. Start seeing yourself as a giver rather than receiver.
  10. Listen emphatically to someone.
  11. Smile to others.
  12. Stop yourself whenever you are about to complain.
  13. Give words of comfort to a friend who need them.
  14. Send a “happy birthday” message to someone.
  15. Give a special thank you to someone who really matter to you.
  16. Be punctual.
  17. Create a simple life map to see how far you’ve walked in life.
  18. Call or – even better – visit an old friend.
  19. Share your experiences in your job to someone who need it.
  20. List your passions and think of ways to nurture them.
  21. Prepare a gift for someone.
  22. Take a personality test to know more about yourself.
  23. Keep your promises

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Santana Lopes versus José Mourinho.

September 27, 2007

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How to configure the internal root DNS server to provide name resolution for Internet top-level domains.

September 27, 2007

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/294906


Gimundo – “good news & positive stories served daily.”

September 26, 2007

A fifth-grade student saves his teacher from choking. A Pizza Hut waitress gets a $10,000 tip. A dog trainer teaches a group of rescued dogs to paint. A new invention called the LifeStraw, which costs only $3 to produce, can clean a person’s drinking water for an entire year, saving millions from disease.

Did you read these stories in your daily newspaper? Probably not. If they appeared at all, they were buried far below all the goriest and most shocking headlines of the day.

That’s why we started Gimundo, a FREE daily e-newsletter that brings all the most uplifting and positive stories of the day straight to your in-box.

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