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comment ssh won't start >>/dev/null 2>>/dev/null
What happens if you attempt to run the daemon from the cmd line manually: "/usr/sbin/sshd -f /etc/ssh/sshd_config"
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comment Linux ( Fedora 15 ) multiple ISP and NAT routing
@MichaelHampton How do you suggest that? With out providing separate hardware.
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Apr
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comment Active Directory password update not recognized on OS X 10.7.3?
The other issue might be access to the AD server it self. In our environment we have many AD servers. However we are only able to access a few of them due to firewalls. You must test the ports of interest and find which ones you can communicate to. The dumb AD client for MAC's doesn't timeout if it finds a host although it doesn't communicate back (meaning its in DNS and has the SRV records). Your ports of interest are as follows: 88, 135, 389, 445, 636, 3268, 3269.
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answered SQL Server 2005 SP3 on Windows 7 - No Management Studio
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answered How to script printer creation on a Windows Server 2008 R2 clustered print server?
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comment Active Directory password update not recognized on OS X 10.7.3?
Correct, however if the password for the object that you are trying to change the password on is out of sync the communication will fail. If I remember correctly it gave an error once a day in a weird log. The solution after this happened was to delete the object out of AD (wait 5 minutes for the sync), then create it again, and join the client. Then try to update the user password again and see if it behaves.
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answered Active Directory password update not recognized on OS X 10.7.3?