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May
23
comment How can I display a dashboard on a keyboardless Windows server?
Is there a way to still interact with terminal services like I normally do and just feed an image to the monitor?
May
22
comment the name of the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site
Does your Cert only have the CN with the wildcard? I've had issues with some clients where I had to have the domain in the CN also in the SAN (duplicated) along with any actual other names.
May
22
comment How to gZip css/js/images served from another server
This also sounds like a solution for a CDN. Your static content is already moved to another server - might as well move it to a CDN which will be really fast, low latency, and likely an easy enough config option for your compression.
May
22
asked How can I display a dashboard on a keyboardless Windows server?
Aug
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comment tcpdump: snaplen set to 0 but still get “Packet size limited during capture”?
I'm very unfamilar with bonding, but from what I can read I suspect that both of your issues might be due to jumbo frames. I think you can disable them by forcing the MTU to 1500 (pthree.org/2012/02/26/setup-network-interfaces-in-debian).
May
26
comment Symantec Endpoint Protection toggle of firewall rules by script
Thanks! These are the docs I'm looking for. Although I think I'm going to take the inferred advice of migrate off of SEP (at least for the firewall in my case). Edit: Whoops, these are not the docs I'm looking for. Is there anything less than a "load this entire separate configuration" hammer?
May
26
comment Symantec Endpoint Protection toggle of firewall rules by script
I use SEP since it's what my school supports on student computers. I find the GUI to be cumbersome and I'd rather just fire and forget with a script.
May
25
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May
25
comment Symantec Endpoint Protection toggle of firewall rules by script
SEP provides its own firewall facility separate to the Win7 Firewall from what I can tell. Attempting to manage the Firewall using the Win7 GUI shows "These settings are being managed by vendor application Symantec Endpoint Protection". From dumping with netsh it looks like my configuration is not accessible there (though I'm not familiar with the netsh firewall configuration).
May
25
asked Symantec Endpoint Protection toggle of firewall rules by script
Feb
7
answered using flock in bash, why does killing a child process kill the parent process too?
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