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If it involves computers or electronics, I probably do it.

I have experience with Exchange, Sharepoint, Zabbix, Powershell, Hyper-V clusters, and a whole host of other things.

If you need to contact me, my email address is grant@emsley.ca


Jul
23
comment USB Thumb Drive not recognized in Hyper-V Manager
This is a good way to use your USB drive, but it is NOT a solution for installing the OS, which is what the question asks about. You can't RDP to a HyperV VM that has no OS installed on it yet...
Jul
22
revised Non-invasive way for our network team to run ping/tracert/etc from various servers
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Jul
22
comment Non-invasive way for our network team to run ping/tracert/etc from various servers
@SqlRyan added another option that might be seen as less "doing your job for you"
Jul
22
revised Non-invasive way for our network team to run ping/tracert/etc from various servers
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Jul
22
answered Non-invasive way for our network team to run ping/tracert/etc from various servers
Jul
20
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
18
comment Turn on redirected access mode for Server 2012R2 Cluster Shared Volume
Silly me, I had the lower panel hidden...
Jul
18
accepted Turn on redirected access mode for Server 2012R2 Cluster Shared Volume
Jul
18
comment Cisco switch, white residue in switch ports
Assuming there is no warranty on these switches I would pop the case off and see what it looks like inside.
Jul
17
asked Turn on redirected access mode for Server 2012R2 Cluster Shared Volume
Jul
11
revised How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
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Jul
11
answered How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
Jul
9
comment Hot spare host vs cold spare host?
@sobrique in this context KVM likely stands for kernel based virtual machine -linux-kvm.org
Jul
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
comment What is a reasonable maintenance schedule for Windows PCs?
RAID on desktop class systems often causes more problems than it solves, causing data loss when the controller or motherboard fail and identical replacements aren't available. Sometimes even WHEN identical replacements are available.
Jul
9
answered What is a reasonable maintenance schedule for Windows PCs?
Jul
4
comment Network Interface binding order on Windows 8.1
I have posted it as an answer so you can accept (and upvote) it. Glad I could help :)
Jul
4
answered Network Interface binding order on Windows 8.1
Jul
4
comment Network Interface binding order on Windows 8.1
This is done by adjusting the metric in the routing table. Why do you want to avoid that?
Jul
4
comment Network Interface binding order on Windows 8.1
Why does it matter what order they are listed in? Tell us what you are actually trying to achieve - there is probably a better way.