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revised Multiple websites on multiple servers - seperate mysql or not
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reviewed No Action Needed How to remove language part of $uri for purpose of try_files in nginx 1.6?
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reviewed No Action Needed Making a server “read only” except for me (what the inbound/outbound rules mean)
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reviewed No Action Needed Shellshock: How do I know if my server is compromised + suspicious files to look out for
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answered Enable Apache2 Site with a2ensite and specify priority
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comment Kerberos, .k5login and sudo
@quux00 The issue was that the network location where the home directories were stored, and hence where the .k5login file resided, was restricting access to only the user concerned (and root squashing was of course enabled). Adding world readable permissions for the .k5login file resolved the difficulties.
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answered Will the renewal/upgrade of the SSL certificate on a single Exchange 2010 Server affect Outlook or Mobile clients?
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comment Outlook security alert - The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site
Public support for SRV records is still somewhat lacking, even among DNS providers. Sounds like you got it sorted out though!
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comment Outlook security alert - The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site
No, that's fine. In fact, it should be a host (A/AAAA) record, rather than an alias (CNAME) record, as CNAMEs as targets of SRV records are expressly forbidden in RFC 2782: "Target: The domain name of the target host. There MUST be one or more address records for this name, the name MUST NOT be an alias..."