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May
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comment Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
Ok that is strange then. Does the client have some type of AV/Firewall installed/uses a proxy or uses browser extensions/toolbars? These can perform a sort of URL prefetching/caching which might cause this. To be sure it is not one of these temporarily disable all security products, use a direct (non proxy) connection to the webserver and use a browser without toolbars/extensions
May
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answered Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
May
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answered using NAS Server as MySQL DB server?
May
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answered What command is need to set the time on a Windows server when it boots?
May
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revised Create dump of database schema remotely
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May
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comment Create dump of database schema remotely
Sorry, I forgot to add that. I've edited it in to my answer to make it more clear for others who search for this.
May
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answered Create dump of database schema remotely
May
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comment Do SSL certificates for email auto renew?
No not per se. The certificate expiry exists to create a limit how long a certificate can be valid (given it is not revoked by the CA before). This ensures that you do not have any certificates that would be valid forever. This could be a risk if you lose the certificate/private key. Take for example someone gets access to old (expired) certificate from paypal.com and they plan to use it to phish data - your browser would warn you that this certificate is expired and you'd know something is wrong. this has absolutely nothing to do with the encryption - this is still working fine
May
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comment Moving Large Files Between Servers
The Protocols you need to enable are CIFS and SMB. You can allow these in your firewall if you are using any
May
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answered Moving Large Files Between Servers
May
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answered How to mirror server with 150 GB of data
May
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comment Windows Server 2003 - Inactivity Logout
pepoluan is correct, there is indeed this setting which logs you off automatically, but it is disabled by default
May
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answered Windows Server 2003 - Inactivity Logout
May
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comment RODC deployment
I agree, these are the two scenarios MS describes for RODCs. For reduncandy reasons however you should keep a second RWDC at your site in case the first one goes down for patching, maintenance or a defect
May
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answered Backing up my GPO's
May
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May
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revised Machine as gateway between a router and local devices
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May
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May
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May
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answered Create a duplicate of my server