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revised How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
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comment How is route automatic metric calculated on Windows 7?
Any luck figuring this out? In XP when my VPN connects, all the routes to the remote network have a metric of 1 and local connections are 10. In Windows 7 even if you use the 'METRIC' parameter in the 'route add' command it still shows up with some arbitrary metric. Further, in XP all the interfaces are set to automatic metric. In Windows 7 even by specifying metrics on every interface they still come up arbitrarily! What gives?
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answered 64bit VM on Windows 7 x64
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comment Hyper-V vs. ESXi vs. XenServer
@Dscoduc - Just personal preference more than anything. Sure Hyper-V works without a domain, but if you ever wanted to take advantage of the higher-end features you get for free with Hyper-V Server (CSV, Live Migration, etc) you do need a domain. With XenServer you get those kind of high-end features without needing a domain and with the ease of an appliance.
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comment Does KVM-over-IP typically hijack a NIC
So what I'm hearing is that it depends on the manufacturer? Anyone have experience specific to TYAN motherboards?
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accepted Does Hyper-V Server R2 require a domain to use the new features?
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