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comment What to do when an open source tool requires massive bandwidth?
@paranoid-android in general, multicast will only work on a network you control from end to end. It will not work over the internet. P2P methods might work.
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answered What to do when an open source tool requires massive bandwidth?
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answered How do I simulate an unreachable host on windows?
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comment PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
Why the downvote? gpxe works, and seems to fit the questions requirements
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revised Physical stats of cable modems
Removed the last paragraph...insulting people who want to answer helps noone.
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answered PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
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comment Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
@adriangrigore apparently this did change recently - see news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9544728 which has a comment from ssllabs, and links to an article about why chrome still complains.
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comment Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
@peterhahndorf I did test it maybe 3-4 months ago when dealing with upgrading all my certs to sha256. At that time chrome had no issues. Maybe chrome has changed its preferred ciphers since then.
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comment Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
@hichris123 That is likely an issue as well. So is the lack of PFS. Thankfully, the script I linked fixes it all at once.
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revised Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
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answered Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
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comment System Center Endpoint Protection remote scan
@benjaminjones it is part of SCEP. The same exe is probably used in defender and security essentials because they are all based on the same code, but this is definitely part of endpoint protection.
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revised System Center Endpoint Protection remote scan
Removed switch tag, fixed state->start
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answered System Center Endpoint Protection remote scan
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comment How can we configure the Streaming Replication(master-slave) on single SAN storage in PostgreSQL?
If everything is on the same SAN, how do you recover when the SAN fails?
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answered Files deleted but process open
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comment How can we configure the Streaming Replication(master-slave) on single SAN storage in PostgreSQL?
What would be the point?
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comment Share folders for different network cards
@romanracca ok. But you still haven't explained why. What is the overall goal here? Please edit that into your question so we can offer better advice. The more detailed you are about your goals the better we can help you.