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Aug
15
comment Is it possible to setup a KVM switch to support both DVI and VGA video sources?
You can use two kvms and a single monitor that has both dvi and vga inputs...try to get one where switching inputs takes a single button press. Not perfect, but at least only requires one monitor.
Aug
15
reviewed Approve When a socket switch to TIME_WAIT state, why I can't see its inode number?
Aug
15
reviewed Approve Unidentifiable DNS entry
Aug
15
reviewed Approve HP 2510G Loop Protect doesn't work
Aug
15
comment How do I restrict a removable NTFS drive to domain access only?
@davidthielen even the boot partition is accessible. Once connected as a secondary drive to the thief's own computer, they can access everything on the drive. Encryption ensures that even though they can read the drive, they can't see the real, original data.
Aug
13
comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@terokilkanen that or add the ca cert your proxy is signing the fake certs with to your trusted ca list.
Aug
13
comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@TeroKilkanen exactly. If you don't have that, you use a MitM proxy - so the connection goes "Your server" -https-> "Proxy" -different_https-> "Their server". The proxy is the one who is really talking to the remote server, so it can see the unencrypted data.
Aug
13
comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@RTF more options added.
Aug
13
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Aug
13
comment Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
@RTF added advice if you are on the webserver side of things.
Aug
13
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Aug
13
answered Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?
Aug
12
answered Exchange 2010 multidomain
Aug
11
comment plenty of ram but still swapping
@mehdiazizi answer updated.
Aug
11
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Aug
11
comment plenty of ram but still swapping
@mehdiazizi Looks fine to me
Aug
11
answered plenty of ram but still swapping
Aug
11
answered VPN Security: unknown users trying to connect PPTP VPN
Aug
7
comment Which domain should have 'abuse' or 'postmaster' or “fbl” email accounts?
If you are actually hosting the email for these domains (client1domain.com's MX record points to a server you control) then you can do what you want with postmaster@. But if you don't control the domain, and just let people use it as an reply to address, you can't.
Aug
7
comment Which domain should have 'abuse' or 'postmaster' or “fbl” email accounts?
No, you certainly can't check their email. That's the problem with letting them use a domain you don't control. Some will send it to the domain's admin, some to the actual mail server's admin.