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Jun
24
comment Enable Ping in Windows Server Firewall?
technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc737845(WS.10).aspx has the list of all the values, search for "set icmpsetting" within the page.
Jun
11
answered Biggest command-line mistake?
Jun
9
answered Data Corruption (what does it usually look like?)
Jun
2
revised Windows web server checklist
Added David Christiansen's suggestions and related pages
Jun
2
comment Are there any .NET alternatives to RDDtool?
@Zypher: Every additional piece of software is added attack surface on your server. Its also another thing to remember to manage and update, so I can totally see the point of the question. That said, I'm a big fan of Cacti, MRTG and MySQL. With a dedicated Linux box (as you suggest) at least you can easily setup automatic updates.
Jun
1
comment Windows web server checklist
+1 Handy article and ServerSniff looks pretty neat too!
Jun
1
revised Windows web server checklist
Added link to Scott's answer
May
28
awarded  Scholar
May
28
accepted GMail/Google Apps to GMail migration
May
28
answered GMail/Google Apps to GMail migration
May
23
awarded  Critic
May
22
asked GMail/Google Apps to GMail migration
May
22
awarded  Self-Learner
May
22
answered BSOD Error codes
May
21
answered BSOD Error codes
May
21
asked BSOD Error codes
May
19
comment Which is faster, and why: transferring several small files or few large files?
@BlaM, as I said in the answer it all comes down to latency. If network latency is added onto each CreateFile operation the total time could be much longer. If the copy is smart enough to concurrently create files perhaps it wouldn't impact the operation.
May
19
answered Which is faster, and why: transferring several small files or few large files?
May
15
revised Have you ever used Sneakernet?
Added wikipedia link and more detail.
May
15
comment Windows web server checklist
Which ciphers in particular?