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awarded  Nice Question
May
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asked What's the importance of the email address in the DNS SOA lookup?
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accepted There is a point in using some virtualization technology just to one host?
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asked There is a point in using some virtualization technology just to one host?
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comment VMWare vSphere ESXi vs Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 in a mixed environment
VMWare appears to be the solution, even with the limitations. Thanks for the brainstorm... Unfortunatelly the thread was closed :(
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asked VMWare vSphere ESXi vs Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 in a mixed environment
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Apr
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comment How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
Yes pauska; it solves. But what I cannot understand is why my account wasn't with this permission. Now that you pointed it, and pointed that inheritance should be enabled I think the problem is solved.
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accepted How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
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comment How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
Hello Pauska. I'm not running it as an Domain Admin. I'm testing it with my normal user account.
Apr
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comment How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
Thanks Greg, I will look at this. Now I need to get the Android back again since I don't have one :)
Apr
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comment How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
Greg, I just copy & pasted the process from Google. And I don't know what is Touchdown. Can you explain a little more?
Apr
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asked How to make Android to connect nicely with Exchange Server 2013
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accepted Serve legacy (really old) Windows Apps in a Linux LTSP 'fat client' Laboratory
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answered Serve legacy (really old) Windows Apps in a Linux LTSP 'fat client' Laboratory
Apr
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comment Serve legacy (really old) Windows Apps in a Linux LTSP 'fat client' Laboratory
I don't think so. I just need simultaneous use by some users. They should be able to save our documents to a fileserver. The fileserver is a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or a Debian 6 Squeeze (since they have home directories shared by NFS. I can install Samba if needed or a Windows Server since we have licenses for Windows Servers.
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asked Serve legacy (really old) Windows Apps in a Linux LTSP 'fat client' Laboratory