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Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
18
comment Azure VM belonging to multiple cloud services
Thanks! The link was very useful
Nov
17
asked Azure VM belonging to multiple cloud services
Sep
19
comment Dedicated per region fee for Amazon EC2 dedicated instances
@MichaelHampton no I just want to know if there is some kind of cap or is it actually that much
Sep
19
comment Dedicated per region fee for Amazon EC2 dedicated instances
That's what I was told by an AWS rep when they finally called me back the next day. Unfortunately there's no number for me to call back and verify.
Sep
19
asked Dedicated per region fee for Amazon EC2 dedicated instances
Aug
29
comment SQL 2008 R2 says access denied when logging in remotely
Yes, the clocks are the same on both servers
Aug
29
asked SQL 2008 R2 says access denied when logging in remotely
Jul
20
accepted Amazon RDS - UTC daylight savings
Jul
20
comment Amazon RDS - UTC daylight savings
thanks! ill accept answer in 9 minutes
Jul
20
asked Amazon RDS - UTC daylight savings
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
comment Fixing Apache Struts XSS vulnerability
ok thanks for confirming my suspicion...i guess ill go back and see why we would have gotten a false positive. thanks!
Jun
24
accepted Fixing Apache Struts XSS vulnerability
Jun
24
revised Fixing Apache Struts XSS vulnerability
added 91 characters in body
Jun
24
asked Fixing Apache Struts XSS vulnerability
Jun
19
asked Performance Monitor for ASP.Net applications
Jun
17
comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
right but im trying to avoid them seeing a subfolder....the "home" folder is the subfolder i want their session opened in
Jun
17
comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
Jun 17 06:04:09 Linux1 sshd[31694]: Accepted password for sftpuser from 192.168.1.235 port 61030 ssh2 Jun 17 06:04:09 Linux1 sshd[31694]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user sftpuser by (uid=0) Jun 17 06:04:09 Linux1 sshd[31698]: fatal: bad ownership or modes for chroot directory "/sftp/sftpuser/home" Jun 17 06:04:09 Linux1 sshd[31694]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session closed for user sftpuser
Jun
17
comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
I already tried that. When I do, I can no longer login to the sftp server with that user.