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What yagmoth555 said. We used this--it grants administrative privileges to processes, not users. (I was primarily asked to grant those privileges to software installers.) Before we had that, we experimented on which directories/registry keys/etc. needed to be writable by users for specific software to run, which usually (but not always) worked. I will ...


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Use processmonitor and allow right only where they need them. (aka file registry hive and file folder) This can be done via gpo to give thoses kind of permissions. Did that for acad in exemple, and now that work good without admin right. Be aware this is a long process. Edited: Test out App-V if you can too, the application run like it as admin right as ...


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iptables has a statistic module, which could be used. It can operate in two modes which are either randomized or deterministic. Here is how your rules could be written with that module. Deterministic version: -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 -m statistic --mode nth --every 5 --packet 0 -j SNAT --to-source 192.0.2.1 -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 -m statistic ...


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To be clear, this is not load-balancing. Load balancing would balance the load over multiple hosts. You're only spreading the source address across multiple IP's on the same host. It's not going to give you any performance benefits, but make your set up more complicated. But, assuming you want to go ahead. According to iptables-extensions man page. ...



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