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Jul
28
comment dig show only answer
Did you file it as bug or why did you add this paraphrase of the accepted answer to this question which has been solved 2 years ago?
Mar
14
comment ESXi 5.1 crashing
Thank you very much, I am going to update the host and see if the problem persists.
Mar
14
comment ESXi 5.1 crashing
Added hardware information to the question.
Mar
4
comment Windows xp - remove startmenu rightclick entries “open all users” / “explore all users”
Thanks, this does exactly what I wanted. Also note, that this hides all All Users items in the programs menu as well as on the desktop. (see technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc938264.aspx) Thanks alot for the LockDown.reg link! Looks like there were quite some interesting registry settings in it which I didn't know about yet.
Feb
6
comment hot plug sata to ESXi 5 server
If it doesn't work, the sata controller on your motherboard probably doesn't support hotplug.
Oct
14
comment Is Sender Policy Framework (SPF) effective in preventing Phishing emails?
You dont't seem to understand my point. An attacker may just use a random domain as a envelope sender which might even have a valid SPF-record completely circumventing the whole thing and the user is not going to notice it as it only shows the From:-header.
Oct
7
comment hot plug sata to ESXi 5 server
Well, I plugged the hard drive in and clicked the "check for new storage devices" button in the storage configuration. That's it.
Sep
14
comment windows xp - how to add a ipp printer by batch/vbs
I revised the question to include what I have already tried + cups logs.
Sep
14
comment windows xp - how to add a ipp printer by batch/vbs
Please comment what's wrong if down-voting...
Sep
13
comment let users run program as administrator - windows xp 'sudoers'?
I already pointed out that it involves a rundll32 system-call so there is no way around having administrator privileges. Also, as no AD is involved I can't use that plugin. As it isn't a scheduled but a interactive task, the mentioned tools don't help either.
Sep
12
comment let users run program as administrator - windows xp 'sudoers'?
As it's a rundll32 system-call I don't think there is a way around.
Sep
12
comment let users run program as administrator - windows xp 'sudoers'?
This does prompt for the password though doesn't it? As already shown in the sudoers entry, I need this to be unattended as it is a regular task in a large network.
Aug
10
comment Allied Telesis AlliedWare gui http server accepted cipher suites
You need to have an account for the "restricted downloads" section to download these updates. As we are pretty happy with these switches and there is no budget for new ones atm, they probably won't get replaced anytime soon. If I could, I would definitely buy some shiny new ones ;-)
Aug
10
comment Allied Telesis AlliedWare gui http server accepted cipher suites
Thanks for your answer. The same problem applies to SSH access as well, so just turning the web interface off doesn't really solve the problem. (Even though it probably is easier to make a ssh client to use such a old cipher then it is with a browser..) I was just wondering if there was a way without having to pay $$ again, as the switch still regularely receives updates (last on 10-Jul-2013). Maybe someone has a clue :-)
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
@Chopper3 But you know that esxi internally uses the same unix commands?
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
Nope, unlink isn't available. As it exists within 2 folders it kind of bothers me, but having to migrate, format and remigrate is a little much of work I guess.
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
rm IPCop-cf065eb0.vswp results in rm: can't remove 'IPCop-cf065eb0.vswp': No such file or directory. Rebooting didn't help either.
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
I am not exactly sure, but I probably did as I also removed it from Inventory (which is not possible without stopping I guess). I also have this problem in another folder with a vmware-14.log file.
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
It's a single VM folder. All other vm-files have been deleted. ESXI version is 5.1
Jul
28
comment vmware esxi - Can't delete directory, not even with rm -rf
Just did that. There aren't any.