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One WDS server, multiple subnets

Goal: Be able to deploy Windows through WDS to different subnets (in different geographic locations) using only one WDS server located within the 'main' subnet (where I am). Info: Each subnet is a ...
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Troubleshooting Network Speeds — The Age Old Inquiry

I'm looking for help with what I'm sure is an age old question. I've found myself in a situation of yearning to understand network throughput more clearly, but I can't seem to find information that ...
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Starting a branch office on the other side of the world

Going to cut right to the point on this question, as I'm after as diverse range of solutions as possible so don't want to effect any opinions with the question too much. Client is a UK based ...
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What is a WAN <PPP/SLIP> Interface?

My colleague recently pinged our DC and instead of replying from it's static IP it replied from it's WAN Interface. I think it has something to do with the VPN connections we allow which we setup ...
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Bandwidth sizing for simultaneous RDP sessions

We're doing some DR scenario planning which will require up to 150 users to RDP into their desktop machines (mainly running Windows XP) over our VPN. We have a 2mbit uncontended internet connection at ...
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Split access on a Windows Server?

Situation: Two ISP's, need to provide failover redundancy. It seems like the prevailing wisdom when it comes to Windows servers is "don't multi-home". And whenever anyone asks how to do it ...
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How do I point my browser to a specific NIC on my machine

I am on a local area network that has no external access to the internet. However I have been tasked to find a way to allow certain machines to access the web (HTTP, HTTPS, etc) via a wireless card ...