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This has been included in the stable release of Chrome 5.x as of May 2010. It works similar to Internet Explorer in that "Intranet" URLs (without dots in the address) will attempt single sign-on if requested by the server. To enable passthrough for other domains, you need to run Chrome with an extra command line parameter: chrome.exe --auth-server-...


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What MIGHT work is to use a secondary IDE controller and use PCI passthrough (which is available on ESXi with selected host hardware, and with Xen although that might imply having to use paravirtualized guests).


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You configure the NTLM whitelist by launching Chrome with this additional parameter: chrome.exe --auth-server-whitelist="*example.com,*foobar.com,*baz" Source: https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/developers/design-documents/http-authentication


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You can not transparently proxy HTTPS. When you transparent proxy, clients think they are talking to the remote server. With HTTPS, they will attempt to create an SSL connection, which will authenticate the remote host by comparing the remote certificate to the hostname. This won't work because your squid will not have the right certificate. You can, ...


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Chrome now has passthrough Windows authentication that will work on any host without a domain. If you use domains on all intranet site you'll need to use the --auth-server-whitelist command line option.


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When speed changes, all switches function in 'store-and-forward' mode. The reason is that the bit timing of a frame is very strict. The switch must emit 10 billion bits per second; it can't emit 1 bit-time of data + 9 bit-times of idle to make up the slack. The receiving side will consider the idle bit-times as a 'dropped carrier' and drops the whole frame. ...


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The following best practice prevents this problem from occurring: Always unmark devices for passthrough before removing them from the server. The following workaround describes how to force the change from passthrough mode to non-passthrough mode: Edit the /etc/vmware/esx.conf file by changing the owner of the PCI device from passthru to vmkernel. The ...


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The solution to this issue is to enable IOMMU in your GRUB boot parameters. You can do this by setting the following in /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="intel_iommu=on" If you're using an AMD processor, you should append amd_iommu=on to the boot parameters instead GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash amd_iommu=on" Then run ...


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Strange I was trying to do the same thing today as well. I don't think it's currently supported in the version of KVM that's included with CentOS 6.x. % rpm -aq|grep kvm qemu-kvm-0.12.1.2-2.295.el6_3.8.x86_64 I think this is the error you're referring to: error is: Not supported for this hypervisor/libvirt combination (CentOS 6.3) According to the ...


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Why not just reinstall, which would reset the configuration.


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You're "it works" example works because the DN of the object is cn=LaCroix\, Jay,OU=My Group,OU=Site-Users,DC=mycompany,DC=local. The second doesn't work because the DN of the object isn't cn=jlacroix,OU=My Group,OU=Site-Users,DC=mycompany,DC=local. It's not that you're binding with the "Last Name, First Name", rather the CN of the object is set to " Last ...


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No it doesn't support PCI passthrough. The CPU/BIOS feature you require is VT**-d** or IOMMU. The VT option you can see is to enable virtualisation extensions which are required for 64bit OS, paravirtualisation, etc. But do not include directed IO.


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This is not included in Google Chrome; however, you could try running a local proxy service which supports NTLM. This would need to be installed on each desktop and Chrome would need to be configured to utilize the proxy. NTLM Authorization Proxy Server Cntlm Authentication Proxy


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I can't tell you about whether it's planned or not, but it's not there in the current version. It's based on an open-source browser, Chromium. If you want such a feature you can pay somebody to add it.


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Chrome has been updated (version 5+) has the following: In windows it integrates with intranet zones setting in 'internet options' In Windows only, if the command-line switch is not present, the permitted list consists of those servers in the Local Machine or Local Intranet security zone (for example, when the host in the URL includes a "." ...


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No it is not possible. If you want the client to retrieve it directly they must have a direct link. If you want to hide source then your web server will basically have to act like a proxy.


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It's quite possible to host a virtual guest with a passthrough controller, but it's not possible to boot from one. I've documented this configuration here in the past. I don't think this question would appeal to a large audience, though. This is a pretty esoteric request. The purpose of the passthrough controller is to provide dedicated access to a ...


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This is a little confusing. You're asking for too many disparate qualities. If you don't need functionality, use a proper SAS HBA. I presume this is for a software disk management solution like ZFS, Linux RAID or maybe something more esoteric, like HDFS... If you DO need hardware RAID functionality, leverage a hardware RAID controller (possibly the ...


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The PERC series of RAID cards do not directly support JBOD, but it can be simulated by setting up each drive as a RAID 0 containing only one drive.


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Honestly, you're wayyyy outside of the norms for an ESXi server setup. I'm certain that this would not be a supported configuration in any way. I understand that you're probably trying to get to an all-in-one (ZFS?) storage solution, but I doubt that you'll find a lot of mindshare on this type of arrangement. The two things I can recommend are checking ...


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If you want to do this the right way, you'll need a standalone SAS HBA. See: ZFS SAS/SATA controller recommendations However, sometimes, I will configure ZFS on top of hardware RAID arrays. This is typically when I'm looking for ZFS filesystem flexibility or specific features (like compression). Also, if you have a high-end RAID controller (like an HP ...


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Both of the RAID cards (8k or 8k-l) you are considering are able to configure the drive as a "Simple Volume". This is done in the ServeRaid Manager management software bundled with the server. documentation here This simply exposes the drive as a single LUN. This approach is often used when recovering damaged RAID arrays for example. (However, see the ...


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It's not letting you "online" the disk in the host OS because it is in use by a guest OS. That was the reason that you had to take it offline in the host in the first place, to ensure that only one OS has it mounted at a time.


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Using the Vsphere Client select your host, then the Configuration tab, select Advanced Settings in the Hardware section, then Configure Passthrough and de-select the PCI device you're concerned about and reboot the host.


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Data reliability is the first consideration, I'm thinking triple mirroring. Consider - cough - backups. Speed, we have about 30 concurrent users, and considering our economic situation I don't see this increasing drastically in the next few years. Says nothing. I run a server with a lot of VM's - about 30 - and only realistically 5 users using ...


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Try mounting the physical disk on the host as a volume and confirm that the host sees the physical disk as a hard disk drive. If not, this may be an issue with the firmware on the disk and you should contact the manufacturer. Some physical disks use a combination of a small SSD cache + spinning HDD platter for capacity and the firmware incorrectly reports ...


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PCI passthrough is supported on the devices you have. You'll need to update the firmware of all devices. Do this with all devices connected and by running the HP Service Pack for ProLiant bootable DVD. Your PSOD error may have been resolved in a later build of ESXi. Don't just use what you've downloaded from VMware. You'll want to update to the latest build ...


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Why would want to implement the complexity of passing it through. Just configure a datastore and present a VMDK or RDM only to your FTP/SAMBA server. This gives you may more flexibility and will be far more supportable. That said, by doing this anyway, you're losing a lot of the benefits of virtualisation unless you're going to implement some kind of ...


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It can work, as I've shown with screenshots from Nov 2011, using ESXi 5.0: http://TinkerTry.com/usb3passthru Verify the checkboxes you've turned on, if you're still trying to get this going. Yeah, none of this is supported or on HCL lists, but it's passed through anyway, so the hypervisor doesn't really care, and the Highpoint 1444U should work. I'm having ...



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