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Mapping UID and GID of local user to the mounted NFS share

I have a server with NFSv4. I am mounting contents of the home folder of remote user to local host. Able to read and write contents, but when I am checking ownership of files at the mounted volume ...
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UAC-account-users can't see their mounted network-drives

I wrote a few login batches in the Group Policy Management which mount specified devices to specified usergroups. The batches work as they should as long UAC is disabled. My problem is that the UAC-...
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KVM and virtual to physical CPU mapping

I'm a relative late comer to the virtualistion party, so you'll have to forgive me if this seems like an obvious question. If I have a server with 12 cores available, does each KVM guest have access ...
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How to make nginx remap a part of the URL without sending a redirection?

I have pictures on a path looking like this: /0/1/2/3/4/01234/screenshots/1.jpg The URL to access it looks like this: /static/0/1/2/3/4/01234/screenshots/1.jpg I'd like it to look like this: /0/...
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Windows 7 network drive to Linux filesystem via PuTTY [closed]

I'm trying to establish a remote ssh connection to a Linux filesystem from Windows 7. The purpose is to be able to enable Windows programs (like OneNote) to write files to the Linux box, so they can ...
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nfs4 id->user client-side not working

The situation is an nfs4 server and client using rpc.idmapd to map ids. The id mapping is working on the client for existing files served up from the server. On the server: [root@server ~]# id user1 ...
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NGINX: can I use a mapping of upstream servers with proxy_pass directive?

I have an NGINX server that acts as reverse proxy to a bunch of backend IIS servers. I would like to pass each incoming HTTPS request to a certain backend (upstream) server, depending on the URI ...
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How to make lighttpd remap a part of the URL without sending a redirection?

Same than here, but for lighttpd. I have pictures on a path looking like this: /0/1/2/3/4/01234/screenshots/1.jpg The URL to access it looks like this: /static/0/1/2/3/4/01234/screenshots/1.jpg ...