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Aug
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answered Google's Infrastructure: Typical specs for their new hardware in mid-2010?
Aug
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accepted silent failure while creating odbc data source
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answered silent failure while creating odbc data source
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asked silent failure while creating odbc data source
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comment Capabilities and pricing of Amazon's cloud computing platform?
you haven't mentioned anything specific regarding bandwidth, cpu usage, disk usage, RAM requirements, etc, so i'm not sure how you expect we could give you an answer.
Feb
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comment Easiest way to send an Email from the command line, using windows 2003 R2
I guess I have to accept that I need to at the very least copy an exe (either blat or powershell) to each machine. If that's the case, then blat is very easy to use. Thanks. I still wonder why MS left this feature out, considering how many other less useful ones they put in to the standard distro.
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accepted Easiest way to send an Email from the command line, using windows 2003 R2
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revised Easiest way to send an Email from the command line, using windows 2003 R2
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Feb
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comment Easiest way to send an Email from the command line, using windows 2003 R2
I have to admit, I was hoping for a built in solution, though Jim's answer seems to imply that was a bit naive of me...
Feb
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asked Easiest way to send an Email from the command line, using windows 2003 R2
Jan
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comment Terminal Services - prevent users from using local printers in remote session
+1 Thanks! this is exactly what i was looking for. (had to accept einstiien's because he was first)
Jan
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comment Terminal Services - prevent users from using local printers in remote session
+1 Thanks! this is exactly what i was looking for.
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accepted Terminal Services - prevent users from using local printers in remote session
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asked Terminal Services - prevent users from using local printers in remote session
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How do I discover which process is making my hard drive go crazy? (need disk io equivalent of task manager's cpu % column)
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asked How do I discover which process is making my hard drive go crazy? (need disk io equivalent of task manager's cpu % column)
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comment Best practices or experience with company wide Username policies and resolving duplicates
ahhh, I might have misled everyone by using the term "my app". It is not so much "my app" as the "app i am responsible for enhancing/supporting". It is closed source software bought from a vendor. There is no room on the user record for any identifier besides a username, which everything else in the DB is tied to, including all the audit tables, security, etc. So for this to work, i'd need to force the user to log in using the GUID, but that breaks the desired policy as well.