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reviewed No Action Needed Find different switches from cdp output
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed Upgrading SBS 2003 Premium (with SQL server) to Essentials 2012 R2
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed Deploy multiple Web services versions at same domain
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed Is mv with wildcard still atomic
Mar
16
reviewed Reviewed How to serve specific static files with nginx?
Mar
16
reviewed No Action Needed Trouble connecting to Amazon EC2 over SSH via mac terminal
Mar
16
reviewed No Action Needed Jboss SSL connection persistent
Mar
16
reviewed No Action Needed Random error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long for certain clients
Mar
16
reviewed Reviewed Wget on busybox v1.9.1
Mar
16
comment Direct multiple domains to specific URLs under one domain: Amazon S3 or Apache
Of course, I neglected a point: if you have control over both the user's own domain (www.userXowndomain.com) and www.mywebsite.com, there is nothing preventing you storing userX's files in your www root, then spin up two virtual hosts. The first for www.userXowndomain.com with a doc root of /path/to/www/user1, the second being for www.mywebsite.com with a doc root of /path/to/www. Then both situations you describe will work once www.userXowndomain.com points to your web server in the DNS in the same way as www.mywebsite.com.
Mar
16
comment Direct multiple domains to specific URLs under one domain: Amazon S3 or Apache
@Aleksey: yes, an HTTP redirect will replace the address in the address bar of the browser with the redirected to location. To achieve the "masked redirect" you are after, there are two methods I would suggest. The first is the frameset approach I described in the answer, but this approach using framesets is discouraged today. You could use an iframe instead (see this answer). Alternatively, you could use e.g. nginx as a reverse proxy to the URL at your site, as per the nginx docs.
Mar
12
comment What method can I use to manage hundreds of VPNs/Remote Connections to servers outside my network?
Not sure of the specifics, but a Windows Server VM per customer should serve the author the same as a Windows XP/7 per customer would.
Mar
12
answered Direct multiple domains to specific URLs under one domain: Amazon S3 or Apache
Mar
12
reviewed No Action Needed Linux: How do I disable any kinds of remote control for a certain user?
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed Unable to Install Samba after uninstalling?
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed What is “application-aware” in the context of vShield?
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed Dovecot and virtual domains with different namespaces
Mar
7
revised How can I disable a User Account from the CLI with Mac OS X Server Yosemite with pwpolicy deprecated?
corrected spelling
Mar
7
revised Size dramatically reduced when exporting an Office 365 Exchange PST file (e-discovery)
reworded for clarity and explicitly added the question I think is relevant here
Mar
7
suggested rejected edit on Is it possible to make Nginx listen to different ports?