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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 my first name at my last name dot ca


Mar
20
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Allow access to PhpMyadmin only on a specified virtualhost
Mar
20
comment What types of security threats does a vlan protect against?
It works as though you had two seperate switches that are not connected together. They don't see each other at all unless you setup a router to route between the two vlans.
Mar
20
answered Smaller network packets vs bigger packets - confused
Mar
20
comment Smaller network packets vs bigger packets - confused
If you have 2 tons of pumpkins to send all at once you want the truck (large packets). If you have 5 pumpkins at a time you want the car (small packets). If you use the car with 2 tons you need to make many cross country trips. If you use a truck with 5 pumpkins it gets there slower.
Mar
20
comment backup servers for domain
Yep. And redundant power, generaters, routers, switches, etc. Remember murphys law tells you the item you didnt make redundant will probably fail first! Just keep adding everything in pairs until you go 'aw @#$% it, if that fails I'm just gonna give up'
Mar
20
comment backup servers for domain
And if you are concerned with making things redundant you probably want a PAIR of load balancers in case one of those dies too!
Mar
20
answered What types of security threats does a vlan protect against?
Mar
19
comment Can statically linked binary require shared libraries?
Easiest thing would probably be to download the source and compile it yourself. If probably tells you what libraries it needs in the configure script or a text file. If not the errors you get configuring and compiling it will tell you.
Mar
18
answered virtual memory optimization on exchange server 2010
Mar
17
revised Exchange - Holiday/vacation Request Mailbox
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Mar
17
answered Exchange - Holiday/vacation Request Mailbox
Mar
14
comment When to use self-signed certificate with RDWeb?
Exactly. The encryption does you little good if you cant be sure you are talking to the right person in the first place.
Mar
14
comment When to use self-signed certificate with RDWeb?
Then you need to reconfigure remote app to use the contoso.com name instead of contoso.local.
Mar
14
comment How to bind stackable switches
Updated my answer. Basically yes - but it's not stacking, just daisy chaining switches together. Which in many cases is perfectly acceptable.
Mar
14
revised How to bind stackable switches
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Mar
14
comment How to bind stackable switches
It all depends on the switch. If you have a particular model you are looking at, I can certainly update the answer with that information.
Mar
14
answered When to use self-signed certificate with RDWeb?
Mar
14
comment How to bind stackable switches
Makes sense - HDMI cables are readily available and can handle the required speeds - much cheaper than creating a new proprietary connector and cable.
Mar
14
comment Allowing outbound traffic, but not inbound to network
+1 the important part is the "--state=established,related" in the first rule. This lets replies from network A through, but doesn't let net A start a new connection.
Mar
14
revised How to bind stackable switches
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