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Apr
6
comment Set DNS server on OS X even when without internet connection
Related: dnsmasq not working without internet connection in OS X Yosemite on Super User (without a solution but some references).
Feb
23
comment Apache mod_rewrite double encodes query string on redirect
Seems that Apache 2.4.10 is still doing this, though it should have been fixed in 2.4.1.
Sep
21
awarded  Excavator
Sep
21
revised Why is the mail-server sending a copy of a message to wrong recipients?
Removed my name; removed "update" to make the a bit more natural to read.
Sep
21
suggested approved edit on Why is the mail-server sending a copy of a message to wrong recipients?
Apr
17
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
11
comment Mac OS X multi-user thin client server (terminal server)?
No luck using an old XP box, @Ricardo, see Can a Mac be used by multiple users at same time? I do recall testing earlier with Windows running in a VM on a Mac, (sometimes) getting some Droste effect/endless loops. I think those tests were more successful (like: I think some of those tests really gave me a separate session, then not giving me any Droste effect either), but my memory fails me... See the links in the post I linked to.
Mar
9
comment Mac OS X multi-user thin client server (terminal server)?
Good question, @Ricardo. I think I tested access from Windows (VNC client) once, but I don't recall the results. I will test again, soon. To be continued...
Jun
10
answered Mac OS X multi-user thin client server (terminal server)?
Mar
18
comment MailServer Setting
@siri, it seems the cause is in "Our system has detected an unusual rate of ...". If not, then looking at google.com/appsstatus and clicking the little icon that is visible right now next to "Information available", gets one "We are aware that some users experienced difficulties accessing their accounts for up to 16 minutes today from 15:48 to 16:04 PDT. We're sorry for any inconvenience that this has caused. Everything should now be back to normal." Could that have applied to you? (I don't understand the timestamps, as right now it's 15:27 PDT...)
Feb
11
comment open port 21 in os x server 10.6 mac for FTP server
And also on non-SE sites, and another.
Jan
18
revised How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
Skitch is no longer free; moved images from skitch.com to the SE provided imgur
Jan
16
comment VPN server on Windows Server 2008 for a small office
Isn't this also covered in your Revamping an old and unstable office IT-solution using Windows Server and OpenVPN?
Jan
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
8
comment Forwarding RDP via a Linux machine using iptables: Not working
Hi there! 8 out of 10 posts refer to your own blog. Though you do quote some information too: is referring to that blog really needed?
Oct
19
comment Apache config: “no listening sockets available”
@qroberts, PLEASE do not ask folks to repost their question. Questions will be moved automatically if applicable. Thanks! (Apart from that: Server Fault is for system administrators and IT professionals, people who manage or maintain computers in a professional capacity.)
Jul
12
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
comment What's the best way to monitor Internet traffic for the entire office?
Voting to move this question to Server Fault, where it's a duplicate of Network Traffic Monitoring and How Can I monitor internet usage within my lan.
May
23
comment How to send 100,000 emails weekly and avoid being considered spammer
@Dennis, I know, we use the dot when writing in Dutch too. But not in too many English dialects, right?
May
22
comment How to send 100,000 emails weekly and avoid being considered spammer
Assuming the number of subscribers once started at 1, so this list has been around some time: how did you send the messages in the time the list grew to 100,000? And with what results?