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Oct
7
comment Which port is the High-speed USB 2.0 port on a PowerEdge R900
The usb 1 port you see in lspci is likely from idrac - all the real ports should be usb 2.
Oct
4
comment Allow users to log on to computers in a domain
Do they need to use their own account? Would a generic account on those pcs be sufficient?
Oct
3
comment Windows Software RAID with Bad Sector: Which drive is broken?
What does the SMART data for the drives say?
Oct
3
comment Web server losing bandwidth for 6 hours a day
Have you talked to virgin? Perhaps they have been doing network maintenance around those times?
Oct
3
comment Zabbix monitoring a custom process
You can definitely script adding them to you templates. Google "zabbix custom discovery" (on my phone so can't write a real answer right now...)
Oct
3
comment Web server losing bandwidth for 6 hours a day
Where is this server and what kind of network and internet connection does it have?
Sep
29
comment What do I need to manage remote laptops in ConfigMgr 2012r2?
@HopelessN00b a VPN will work for the staff laptops, but not for the ones they borrow for training (not on the domain, not always used by people with domain accounts) or the public computers (like library computers) - I don't want them on the staff network, but do need to make sure they have all their updates and get hardware inventories.
Sep
27
comment What do I need to manage remote laptops in ConfigMgr 2012r2?
@MDMarra added to question.
Sep
24
comment Exchange TLS Receive Connector Cert
If CheckTLS.com is returning the right certificate, and not showing any other errors, the error is likely on their side. The only other thing I can think to check is that CheckTLS.com shows that all the chained certificates are being sent (the godaddy intermediate and root certificates for your cert).
Sep
24
comment Exchange TLS Receive Connector Cert
Use checktls.com to test which certificate your server is presenting.
Sep
23
comment Exchange TLS Receive Connector Cert
If you can't remove them from the exchange console, try from mmc.exe -> Certificates.
Sep
20
comment Server won't physically fit in rack: which technical problems will I face in future if I force the mount?
At the very least, remove the doors so nobody can close them accidentally and smash something. Most rack doors come off just by pulling a pin on the hinge.
Sep
16
comment ssh multiplexing via port forwarding
Well that sounds incredibly insecure.
Sep
9
comment Apache not serving static content concurrently
When you say you tried it in two browsers, do you mean "I opened 2 tabs in firefox. Then I tried 2 tabs in chrome", or do you mean "I opened one tab in firefox and one in chrome at the same time"? To see if its a browser issue you need to try the latter.
Sep
5
comment Cannot download files on android but PC can
Does the website require a username and password? If so its an android bug that has persisted for years.
Aug
25
comment Delete files from Server 2003 network share
@AnthonyFisher its even scarrier that your previous question says you work for a bank. Hope nobody ever learns they can install the AD management tools on their desktop...
Aug
25
comment Delete files from Server 2003 network share
All of the users are domain admins?!?! Local admin is bad enough, but every user as domain admin is practically begging to have issues. I would stop worrying about file permissions and fix that first.
Aug
25
comment How can I encrypt 2008 Server Running under esxi
A few months ago I would have said truecrypt...but now I don't know what to recommend.
Aug
18
comment Heavy Samba usage affects other users on the same share
RAID 5 across 7 2TB SATA disks is a really really really bad idea. There is an extremely high chance of a second disk failure during rebuilding.
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.