f!ver asked essentially the same question by starting two different threads several days ago. He linked to the first thread in his second thread. His first thread received quick replies. He complained in his second thread that no one was willing to help and started badmouthing members of the forum. A moderator suggestion that whining was no way to get started on the forums. Apparently f!ver hasn't learned that lesson yet.
So last night, rather than updating and bumping one of his two original threads by saying, "Hey guys, I'm still having trouble here; can someone help me out," he starts a third thread. It's bad forum etiquette to double post, but f!ver blew that out of the water by triple posting.
This board has a lot of knowledgeable people on it. But sometimes a question doesn't get answered. Maybe his question is too unique. Maybe other users don't have all the information they need to give an answer. But you don't start three different threads to ask the same question!
At least now he has an interview question for his IT candidates. "Hey, if you can answer this one question, you're hired."