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Jul
27
comment How can I log into a Domain controller that doesn't trust itself
Can you log on with your local administrator account? Also, was this stand alone DC the same as the original DC?
Jul
27
comment Can't access port 80 on public IP
Your ISP may be blocking port 80 packets to your IP address. To test this try changing the forwarding port. Forward all port #### traffic to your server. Then access it in the web page www.mywebsite.com:####
Jul
27
answered Detect the user that last changed a file in a Unix System
Jul
27
comment Issues installing Server 2008 R2 on Dell Poweredge R510
Maybe there is a corrupt usb drive, hard drive, or os.
Jul
27
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Jul
27
comment Can't access port 80 on public IP
I hope it's listening on port 80 because it was stated that he could connect to it from port 80.
Jul
27
comment Can't access port 80 on public IP
Install a packet inspecting program like wireshark. Look to see if you can see incoming packets coming from the internet. See if you can see outgoing packets leaving the server.
Jul
26
comment Dell Poweredge 1950 For Hosting Website and Database
You probably want to invest in a NAS as well. Assuming you have 5000 people using the server, your hard drives are going to fail quickly. A NAS will also provide faster access times at peak times. Of course, this will also depend on what exactly is being hosted.
Jul
19
comment Ping test 8 times reply 8 times time-out
If we can figure out where the failed packets are going, it might give us a clue to what's going on.
Jul
19
comment Ping test 8 times reply 8 times time-out
Now I would try and look where the failing packets are going.
Jul
19
comment Ping test 8 times reply 8 times time-out
I would try setting up wireshark on both machines and see if you can receive incoming packets.
Jul
19
comment Lost key to Dell server casing
Yeah you're right, you probably shouldn't rely on locks at all. Just leave them off. Probably shouldn't even lock the server room either because it could just be lock picked as well. The better way would be to install 3 way authentication to make sure a bic pen wont open it up. Actually I just started playing this game called Payday: Heist. In it you act as a bank robber and on the first level you use thermite to burn a hole through the roof of the vault to get to the money. So I guess we don't even need physical walls at this point because we can just burn a hole into the server room.
Jul
18
revised Allow user to change permissions on a folder, but not remove/change Domain Admins access?
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Jul
18
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Jul
18
revised Allow user to change permissions on a folder, but not remove/change Domain Admins access?
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Jul
18
comment Allow user to change permissions on a folder, but not remove/change Domain Admins access?
I'm not sure if you read my two lines that I wrote. The solution of adding users to the soccer group, has nothing to do with changing permissions of the file. To explain this further, the domain admins create a folder called Soccer. Then they change the permissions to allow people from the group Soccer to do whatever. Now the coach would just need the permission to add users to the Soccer group. The coach wouldn't be allowed to change the permissions of the folder.
Jul
18
comment Lost key to Dell server casing
Actually a locksmith should be able to make one for you, or you can learn to do it yourself. However for security reasons, you may want to replace the lock since you dont know where the original keys are.
Jul
18
answered Allow user to change permissions on a folder, but not remove/change Domain Admins access?
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