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Jun
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answered How can I create a system mirror?
Jun
23
comment Sql Server 2005 Service Pack 3 does not install
Obviously you wanna make sure you have a really reliable backup of your database contents - provided there is any. Obviously obvious, indeed.
Jun
23
comment What's the risk of running a Domain Controller so that it is accessible from the internet?
@Adrian Regarding your edit - that certainly helps.. If I were you, I'd still want to require that those communications are over ssl. Further, in a case like that, it doesn't hurt to throw in a little obscurity (have them connect through a non-default port number). Granted an info sec person would tell you "Security by Obscurity is only a false sense of safety" (etc).
Jun
23
comment What's the risk of running a Domain Controller so that it is accessible from the internet?
If you're trying to share a DC between two fairly static networks that are physically disjoint, you may be able to get away with having a DC in both sites and configure them so one has a means of "securely" syncing with the offsite one. I'm not a Windows Sever geek mind you, but I'm pretty darn sure you can do that.
Jun
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answered What's the risk of running a Domain Controller so that it is accessible from the internet?
Jun
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comment best VNC Server for Linux?
The TurboVNC suggestion above sounds pretty shiney and fun. I'll have to give that a whirl!
Jun
22
comment VMWare Workstation - Setting up Virtual Network using Windows 2008 R2
Well, I haven't used VMware Workstation in.... like 5 years.. But in VMware there are settings for your VMs - you can add things like virtual hard drives - in that location, should also be some virtual network cards, which have settings. Anyway, my current VMware knowledge is more industrial strength, so I can't easily explain where to go - but I think looking through that stuff should put ya on the right track. Good luck friend.
Jun
21
answered Apache + mod_php Ignores SUID?
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answered Can I have several wordpress instances running in a single Amazon EC2 instance?
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answered VMWare Workstation - Setting up Virtual Network using Windows 2008 R2
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Jun
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answered Sql Server 2005 Service Pack 3 does not install
Jun
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answered Is there a security risk for allowing people to set their DNS so their own subdomains can be route to my server?
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answered best VNC Server for Linux?
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Jan
20
comment The way to use mouse over SSH on Mac OSX?
Synergy is a tool for letting you share a single keyboard & mouse to control pretty much as many machines as you like. It works across Operating Systems (Linux, Windows, Mac OS) and is fairly easy to setup. In short one machine actually has a keyboard/mouse and it's configured as a server to share them with other machines - which happens when you move your mouse to a screen boundry - the input will then be redirected to the appropriate machine. You can apply ssh with synergy to secure your keyboard/mouse traffic. Syngery Website: synergy2.sourceforge.net Want more info?
Jan
20
answered The way to use mouse over SSH on Mac OSX?