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bio website pandu.poluan.info
location Jakarta, Indonesia
age 37
visits member for 4 years, 11 months
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I call myself an IT Optimizer, always looking for ways to optimally use whatever IT Infrastructure I have available.

Currently, I work as the System Administrators Manager of PT Carrefour Indonesia, where I oversee the management of Windows- and Linux-based infrastructure throughout the country.

Previously, I worked as the IT Manager of Infrastructure at PT Panin Sekuritas Tbk, one of Indonesia's leading securities companies.

And last but definitely not the least, before I joined Panin Sekuritas, I worked as senior instructor for the CCNA, CCNP, MCSE, and CEH certifications.


Feb
18
comment How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
Actually, there are two domains (long story). The AD infrastructure is "id.company.com". I've updated my question.
Feb
18
comment How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
I realized I made a mistake up there. Fixed.
Feb
18
comment How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
@MathiasR.Jessen edited. If you need more info, feel free to ask.
Feb
18
revised How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
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Feb
18
comment How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
@elrich00 not yet, but I can quickly set one up.
Feb
18
asked How to combine Active Directory with Split-Horizon DNS?
Feb
18
accepted Separate SQL Server Instance or just new database?
Feb
14
asked Separate SQL Server Instance or just new database?
Feb
12
comment “Deny Logon Locally” effects
@Ryan the problem with Allow settings is that it's impractical to implement "everyone is allowed except for some users"; I will have to create a huge group containing all users except those I'm denying the privilege. And this group needs to be updated for every account creation/deletion.
Feb
12
asked “Deny Logon Locally” effects
Feb
12
comment Is it best practices to have separate login for a domain for domain admins?
Three accounts... interesting... I have to consider that for the looming domain change in my company...
Feb
11
comment Unable to ping computers via DNS domain name
To add on Ed's comments: By default, all DNS Servers contain information about "root DNS servers" which provide hints on how to resolve all public domain names. Active Directory DNS by default contacts one of these root servers for domains not explicitly handled by it. Accessing a root server, however, might be very slow; in this situation, you can configure AD DNS with "forwarders", i.e., servers that AD DNS will contact first before trying the root servers. If your ISP has a properly sized, reliable DNS server, then you can configure it as the forwarder server.
Feb
11
comment Unique name requirement in Active Directory OUs?
@Randy from ADUC, go to the account you want to change the CN of, then press F2. Confusingly, the DisplayName is not what gets shown in the ADUC MMC snap-in. Instead, what gets displayed in ADUC is the CN.
Feb
11
comment IPTables is blocking FTP for VMs
We need more details. Please modify your question by adding the output of iptables-save.
Feb
10
answered SQL2008R2Std Maximum RAM per instance
Feb
10
comment Wrong time on RODC after dcpromo
Hmm, makes sense... let me verify with my team. The server is located on a satellite office, so I don't have direct access to it.
Feb
10
asked Wrong time on RODC after dcpromo
Feb
10
comment Ubuntu iptables logs not going to any log file
Hmm... I see you're using syslogd instead of rsyslogd ... perhaps the configuration is for rsyslog instead of syslog-ng? I have to give up at this point...
Feb
10
comment Ubuntu iptables logs not going to any log file
@AbhayPS uhh, just remembered that you said you saw the log inside dmesg output... no need for iptables-save, but doesn't hurt. What does ps ax | grep syslog return? Also, what does lsof /var/log/syslog return?
Feb
10
answered Is Windows Server 2008 R2 arp cache per user or per machine?