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Mar
25
comment Server Density or Scout-like Services for Windows?
Thank you very much for the recommendation - I should have been more specific about the size of the environment, as it will be somewhere around a dozen machines to begin with. I'm trying to keep support infrastructure as lean as possible for this project, so something like Server Density will probably work better. Thanks again, though. I'll keep this in mind for our larger environments.
Mar
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asked Server Density or Scout-like Services for Windows?
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Jun
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
Yeah, I guess I'm just going to face up to this one. Thanks!
Jun
2
comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
I'm using MyDNS. It's quite a large configuration, and this little daemon has been a blessing up until this point. I am considering patching it, but am not very interested in dealing with whatever side effects that gives birth to. If it goes against the RFC, it sounds like a bad idea.