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Jun
30
comment Allow anonymous users to see contents of the Users folder in AD
@iPath I agree with that. This is a test environment though ;) Also, if you select only list and read permissions you should be safe right?
Jun
28
revised Allow anonymous users to see contents of the Users folder in AD
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Jun
28
answered Allow anonymous users to see contents of the Users folder in AD
Jun
28
revised Allow anonymous users to see contents of the Users folder in AD
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Jun
28
asked Allow anonymous users to see contents of the Users folder in AD
Jun
15
comment Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail
@Marki555 hah, I knew it was something this simple XD
Jun
15
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Jun
15
revised Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail
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Jun
15
comment Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail
@Marki555 I was configuring Postfix for SMTP delivery to a Gmail address, so while checking if everything was correct I also happened to run that command. What I noticed is that if I use my router's DNS server, I get a list of Gmail FQDN's, but if I use my DNS server, I get that message. To me it doesn't make sense because yes, gmail is indeed handled by my DNS server, that's why I have a DNS server in the first place :D I don't see how this can be a problem though, unless I am completely misunderstanding the message
Jun
15
comment Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail
@Marki555 understood, but I don't use Gmail internally, the only thing I use is .lan. Also, why does this not happen if I run the host command when I am using the router's DNS?
Jun
14
asked Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail
Mar
17
comment Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Yeah I was looking for confirmation really. It would have been nice to just, like, create the VMs and make them use the existing drives or something :)
Mar
17
accepted Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Mar
17
comment Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
@GregL It's VMFS I am afraid.
Mar
16
asked Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Dec
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Jun
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Feb
26
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Feb
26
comment Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
@TheCleaner No worries, the questions probably wasn't superclear...
Feb
26
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