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comment “Hide” an Active Directory domain in an open network
Thank you for your answer. AD is advertised because the workgroup and logon server for it is advertised and may appear in other computer list of domains to log on to. My objective is to make sure that it doesn't appear neither in workgroup list nor in the logon list. Finally, my note on open network - I am aware that if I would firewall them off noone would know, but that's not what I am asking.
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comment Speeding up years of Windows patch backlog
Is there an intelligent way of selecting those?
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comment AD Existing Forests Best Practices Setup
This is a really poor answer (ad hominem): "you have to ask, though, indicates you're not the guy to do it"
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comment Does setting MTU on logical interfaces affect physical interfaces
To add to the above, it is my understanding that if eth0 MTU is say 9000 while vlan20 mtu is 1500 you will get MTU of 1500 when traversing all these interfaces
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comment connecting to OS X remote management VNC from Linux or Windows
It's still good to know that progress has been made. Q&A sites are Internet's collective memory
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comment Snort not sending alert log file to syslog server?
If you specify . /var/log/everything.log, will it record messages to the local syslog instance?