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Apr
29
awarded  Critic
Apr
29
comment Yum doesn't install latest version of Git on Centos6
Fedora and CentOS aren't the same. They're both based on RedHat Linux, but you can't assume that a given command will always have the same effect on one as the other. Package management in particular is one of the areas of widest divergence.
Mar
13
awarded  Popular Question
May
20
awarded  Caucus
Nov
12
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
5
comment Practical way to set up an email inbox for testing?
Well, not at all costs.
Sep
5
comment Practical way to set up an email inbox for testing?
Well..some of this "overthinking" is trying at all costs to avoid the IT department. They aren't helpful.
Sep
5
asked Practical way to set up an email inbox for testing?
Dec
16
awarded  Commentator
Dec
16
comment Can TFS 2010 be configured with managed service accounts?
No. Does it need to be?
Dec
16
asked Can TFS 2010 be configured with managed service accounts?
Dec
8
comment I installed Active Directory on Windows 2008 R2, and now I can't log in
That did the trick! Thanks. I should'a thought of that.
Dec
8
accepted I installed Active Directory on Windows 2008 R2, and now I can't log in
Dec
8
awarded  Editor
Dec
8
revised I installed Active Directory on Windows 2008 R2, and now I can't log in
add screenshot of login failure
Dec
8
asked I installed Active Directory on Windows 2008 R2, and now I can't log in
Nov
19
comment AD MMC Tools disagree with 'net user' and 'net group'. Which is wrong?
Thanks for the tip, although I don't have access to any of the domain controllers (which is presumably where I'd find that utility).
Nov
18
comment AD MMC Tools disagree with 'net user' and 'net group'. Which is wrong?
@ShaneMadden I don't know. How would I find out?
Nov
18
comment AD MMC Tools disagree with 'net user' and 'net group'. Which is wrong?
One of our domain admins thought to remove her from the group and add her back again and that seems to have worked (still testing it out).
Nov
18
asked AD MMC Tools disagree with 'net user' and 'net group'. Which is wrong?