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User profile paths in RemoteApp sessions

I try to setup a terminal services farm, serving some of our LOB applications. The main goal is to use them as RemoteApps through Terminal Services Gateway for the users, who are somewhere away from ...
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Can a Workgroup name have embedded spaces, or should it be one word only?

The workgroup here has two words, rather than the single word like MSHOME. Is there a problem with it having an embedded space?
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Where can I find a good freelance system administrator? [closed]

I work developing web-based systems so I know my way around Linux setup to get by, but my projects are increasingly complex. It seems like a great idea to find someone with hardcore skills in ...
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nslookup resolves but Vista network stack doesn't

On a Vista x64 PC with a wired connection to a Server 2003 Domain environment, a DHCP-assigned IP, and an empty hosts file, intermittently any attempt to ping, telnet or otherwise resolve a particular ...
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Configuring SQL server 2005 enterprise edition

What are the basic settings required for running SQL server 2005 enterprise edition in a local computer. When i take program from start menu it shows only sql server configuration manager, surface ...
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405 views

Port forwarding

I run a school network, and it has one ILS (library management system) server, and about 10 computer lab computers. The lab comps all run XP pro, and connect through a series of hubs -> a home-style ...
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Are there any good alternatives to SmarterMail?

For my ISV I'm using SmarterMail on my VPS. Everything works fine, except the fact that the SmarterMail service is very memory hungry. Right now it is setup to handle 2 domains and a handful accounts, ...
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Ubuntu server static IP from install

Ok, in ubuntu hardy, though I might need to do this in both intrepid and jaunty as well soon enough, so if the process is different, I'd love to know how to do it for each of those as well, how can ...
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Is using the /3GB statup switch in Windows 2008 x64 only running Sql Server 2008 x64, a good thing?

there's plenty of articles that explain the use of the /3GB startup switch. The general explanation is .. Regardless of the amount of physical memory in your system, Windows uses a virtual ...
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Help needed to write Linux program for basic system stats

I'm spending a lot of time manually reporting basic Linux system stats that I get from either Cacti monitoring tool and/or Top and ps command. I'm essentially writing a report in following format: ...
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Is it possible to install Team Foundation Server 2010 with a free version of SQL Server

Is there a way to install Team Foundation Server 2010 with a free version of SQL Server(Express Edition)?
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SMTP Outbound-Only: More or less reputable?

I'm reconfiguring some mail architecture and wondering about this... For the purposes of avoiding blacklists and maintaining a good MX reputation, is it better to have: One public IP / SMTP server ...
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Using a Patched libresolv and OpenSSH on Ubuntu

We've got a couple of dozen Ubuntu systems (ranging from 8.04 to 9.40, both desktops and servers with only serial console access on which we'd like to run a patched version of glibc. In particular, ...
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Is there an Emergency Rescue Disc (ERD) that allows for slipstreaming SATA drivers?

I have a computer at work that was baselined with the DISA Gold Disc, to include disabling the built-in admin account and setting its password to something unknown. So, while trying to use the repair ...
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Unlock AD User Account using DSMOD (command line)

Just a quick question. I need to be able to unlock user accounts from the command line, NOT using NET USER loginname /DOMAIN /ACTIVE:YES This is because our corporation lives across 4 domains, and ...
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Push email to a apache/php server

We've built a web service that needs to check constantly for email messages. Basically, an user sends us an email, and the server should make actions based on that email. We could use a crontab PHP ...
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3answers
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How to use zipsplit (or equivalent) on very large files?

According to the man pages, zipsplit does not work on files larger than 2GB. Is there an equivalent or alternative that would allow me to break up, say, 4GB of files into 500MB chunks in a way that ...
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Throw Away Dial-Up Account

I'm going away on vacation to a location in Canada where highspeed internet access is not readily available. There's been a dial up connection until this year, where it got cancelled to save money as ...
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3answers
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VHD File Structure - Repair Corrupted VHD

I have a corrupt VHD that I need to get data off of. It is a Windows 2003 x32 Hyper-V Virtual Machine (NTFS). I have a nearly identical version of that VM without the data on it that works. Using a ...
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Windows Vista “Could not open input file”

I get this strange error when I try to run a php file from anywhere in the system: Could not open input file: drush.php. ...except for its own directory. When I try invoke it from its own ...
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2answers
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What is fault bucket and should I care?

As part of our regular preventative maintenance, we check the event logs on the workstations in our network for serious issues (e.g. diskperf errors). Some workstations commonly have a critical error ...
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2answers
971 views

How can I access user files on a disk moved from a Windows 7 machine to an XP machine?

I moved the hard drive from one machine (Win 7) to another (XP) and now certain folders tell me "Access denied". I am logged in as an administrator. I had a different account on the other machine. ...
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*nix live CD to recover Vista host? [closed]

A friend of mine got his Vista PC infected by a virus. Before I tell him to just reboot with the maker-provided recovery DVD and lose all his data, is there a recommended Linux/*BSD live CD that he ...
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1answer
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Problem with Routing between Hyper-V VM's

We have a few VM's on a Windows 2008 Server (Hyper-V) and are having a problem with routing between them. The setup is that the Hyper-V server runs RRAS and maps IP's on its NIC to internal IP's ...
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6answers
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Send email alert on log file entry?

Under Linux, what's a simple way to automatically watch a logfile, and email me if a certain string appears? I have an application that will log certain failures to a logfile, but has no built-in way ...
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1answer
995 views

Inbound routing stops working on Windows 2003 Server x32 behind RRAS and Hyper-V

We are having a weird issue with a Windows 2008 DCE Server running a Windows 2003 R2 SP2 x32 Server in a Hyper-V instance behind RRAS. Essentially, this server stops receiving inbound traffic through ...
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4answers
398 views

Automatically setup Exchange on Windows Mobile 6

First of i know this question kind of both fitt this page and stackoverflow, but il post it here and if a moderator thinks otherwise please tell me il repost it ( If moving is not easy ). My problem ...
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Driver with tag “Stor” on Windows XP (32 bit)

I have a leaking driver (leaks 40-60MB/day) on Windows XP (32 bit). I used poolmon.exe from Server2003 SP2 (file-date is in 2007), I get: Stor Nonp 169527 ( 13) 950 ( 0) 168577 49377328 ( 3744) 292 ...
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An effective method to clean XP, Win2k and Windows 2003 after Conflicker

Conflicker has been beating us down all week. We think a server or workstation is clean, but it comes back. Windows Updates are up-to-date and everyone runs Trend or NOD32. It would be great to use ...
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4answers
838 views

Monitorable Inter-company Messaging and XMPP Server on FreeBSD

We are looking to give access to some of our employees to chat with each other - however we are worried about them abusing the privilege and chatting we friends outside work. We have decided to deploy ...
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2answers
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Install Error: Could not access VBScript run time for custom action

I'm trying to install a package on a Windows 2008 server. The package is refusing to install. I have run the install with the following command line switched to get a log file: /lxv InstallLog.txt ...
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3answers
390 views

Throttling Cisco 2621 outbound traffic

This is a followup to a previous question I posted: http://serverfault.com/questions/33917/debugging-cisco-2621-routers/33958#33958 I've discovered that my router starts becoming unresponsive during ...
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4answers
4k views

What are the standard Linux directories?

What are the standard Linux directories, like /etc?
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2answers
815 views

Qmail Toaster and Squirrelmail SSL config location

I've been racking my brain and Google to try and find where the location of the SSL config is located for my Qmail / Squirrelmail install. I've installed SSL certs for Apache before, where I specify ...
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2answers
1k views

Windows XP page file on laptop second SSD drive [closed]

I saw a question on moving hyberfile.sys to a different drive from the boot partition, which I was considering as I have an SSD as the second drive in one of my laptops. All the answers say you can't ...
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5answers
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Recovering a specific job definition from an MSDB backup?

We've been asked to recover a specific SQL 2005 job from how it existed at a certain time in the past. We have MSDB database backups from that time period, but I can't overwrite the current MSDB ...
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1answer
794 views

Setting up IonCube on IIS7 : Windows Server 2008

we've inherited a PHP project from a client that requires IonCube. Our boxes all run on IIS7 and although we've followed the instructions for configuring it, it isn't loading the decoder library. Have ...
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8answers
520 views

Small domain names

I'm want to register a small domain name. I want it to be easy to use from a mobile phone. The '.com' extension is hard to use because you have to press 'o' then 'm'. Does anyone has any ...
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4answers
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How do I set up per-site php.ini files on a LAMP server using NameVirtualHosts?

I have a LAMP server serving a number of different websites using NameVirtualHosts. Until recently having a global php.ini file has been just fine, but recently one of our developers has requested ...
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4answers
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Save file after forgetting to open as root / sudo vi [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: vim re-edit as root I could have sworn I saw this question asked. But after looking though every search result for "vi" I'm stumped/lazy. I've opened a file, made an edit ...
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1answer
587 views

speed of FDE with SSD

Anyone have any opinions on using solid state drives with full disk encryption (software-based), such as BitLocker? Not looking for benchmarks so much as personal experiences people have had, in ...
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3answers
317 views

PKI keys per service or per server?

We all have a lot of internal services that need encryption and authentication to be provided by some sort of PKI. Do the security gains of using a different private/public key pair for each service ...
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2answers
9k views

What is iGPU frame buffer?

In the BIOS setup utility of ASUS M3N78-EM, there is an option to set iGPU Frame Buffer Size instead of Hybrid SLI (as has been stated in the manual). What might be the reason for this, and what does ...
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5answers
4k views

How to diagnose network speed issues in a Microsoft environment?

I have inherited a Microsoft network / environment with all of the usual culprits: Active Directory, Exchange, Terminal Server, 50 clients, File & Print Server - standard enough office essentials. ...
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2answers
905 views

SCCM Client Push FAIL - Win2000 box

When trying to install the SCCM client onto a Windows 2000 box, the install fails. The install script is run through a batch file (CONTENTS: \\mdop\SCCM_client\ccmsetup.exe /mp:MDOP /logon ...
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4answers
306 views

Need recommendations for KVM with mixed PS/2 and USB ports [closed]

I'm looking for a KVM that can support machines with PS/2 ports and machines with USB ports in the same switch. I have a Dell 1800 (PS/2) and a Dell 1900 (USB with adapter) and the 1900's KB and ...
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7answers
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Increase the refresh rate on my monitor [closed]

I recently purchased a new computer and I am using the Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3100 as my primary video output. I connected my 23" Full HD WideScreen monitor and when I use the ...
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3answers
4k views

Solaris 10: x11-server does not show up as a service

I have a Solaris 10 box I recently put the latest recommended patch set on. X is running, along with cde-login. When I do a "svcs" I can see the cde-login service, but x11-server does not show up as ...
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6answers
15k views

Active Directory vs OpenLDAP

This is for a small company (12 developers) who haven't implemented any centralized user database - they've grown organically and just created accounts on computers as they needed. From a management ...
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4answers
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Move Windows hibernation file to a different drive

Is it possible to move a Windows hibernation file to a different drive? For instance, if I have Windows installed on C, I want it's hibernate file be on D. I wanted to about hibernation file ...

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