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Christian, Musician, Geek

Primarily a .NET developer / SQL Server dba / Windows sysadmin in a specialized financial applications group. Prior to this position I was in IT for 8.5 years with the same company.

Major interests in computing include software architecture, enterprise systems architecture, UI design, programming languages, and security.

I love God, love my wife and kids, love computers, love my job, love playing and writing music.

squillman = Shawn Quillman


Feb
24
comment How do I use a domain account to connect to a MSSQL server for NPS accounting?
@red888 You have to use Windows authentication in order to use a domain account. If you want to use a different domain account than the one you're logged in as you need log out and log back in with that account or run SQL Server Management Studio as the other account (using the Run As function).
Feb
24
answered How do I use a domain account to connect to a MSSQL server for NPS accounting?
Feb
20
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Feb
19
awarded  off-topic
Feb
17
awarded  windows
Feb
10
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
26
comment Dump user's Exchange mailbox to explorer while retaining folder structure
I wrote an Outlook plugin at one point to do just this type of export. I'll see if I can dig it up.
Jan
26
comment Dump user's Exchange mailbox to explorer while retaining folder structure
Ok. It sounded like he has to take items out of his folder structure and drop them into an existing (different) folder structure on the filesystem, picking and choosing what is important to save along the way. If it's just a blind dump then it certainly makes more sense to automate.
Jan
26
comment Dump user's Exchange mailbox to explorer while retaining folder structure
Don't take this as criticism, just trying to understand - what is it about dumping the mailbox to the filesystem that will make things easier? He can just drag and drop out of Outlook, and then the filesystem is not cluttered with the junk that doesn't get moved.
Jan
7
comment How can I prevent accidentally jacking with a production database?
+1 automation is your friend. You can also benefit greatly from continous integration tools like TeamCity, CruiseControl and Octopus Deploy.
Dec
22
reviewed Approve How to make a global ~/.vimrc?
Dec
22
reviewed Reviewed On a dual CPU server, is it normal for one CPU to run hotter than the other?
Dec
22
reviewed No Action Needed How do I restrict certificate authentication to specific users on IIS 8.0?
Dec
22
revised SQL Server queries running more than the timeout values set in IIS 7.5 and SQL Server query timeouts
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Dec
22
reviewed Reviewed How can I remove “Red Hat Network Code” from the RedHat?
Dec
22
revised can SSIS connect to another sql server?
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Dec
22
reviewed Close Strange folders in Pagespeed cache folder. Did I get hacked?
Dec
22
revised How does changing Windows SID affect SQL Server?
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Dec
22
revised SQL Server Migration Assistant for Oracle
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Dec
20
answered Windows 20003 R2 Missing mapped drives under ODBC Administrator