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bio website blog.gregbrant.com
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I am head of .NET development at twentysix.
I have won a Flash Forward award (in the art category) for my work on 15x15
I am an EPiServer certified developer
I love working in C# (mainly ASP.NET) but I'm also a solid Flash developer and I wish I had more time to learn and use Python.
I instigated and implemented Source Control at twentysix (SVN) and bug tracking (using Trac) on Ubuntu.


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comment Debugging fstab problems on reboot
mount -a helped me diagnose the my issue. +1
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accepted Why is OOBE running on every boot of a sysprep`d virtual machine?
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comment Why is OOBE running on every boot of a sysprep`d virtual machine?
Even if I answer the questions manually on the first boot? Is that correct? What if I want configure some machines slightly differently e.g. different languages or different passwords? How do I prevent OOBE on subsequent boots?
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comment Bridging Hyper-V virtual network and physical network kills physical network connection
Then I guess it's the fact I'm trying to use my WiFi.
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accepted Bridging Hyper-V virtual network and physical network kills physical network connection
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comment Bridging Hyper-V virtual network and physical network kills physical network connection
that has the same effect of killing my network.
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revised Bridging Hyper-V virtual network and physical network kills physical network connection
added 110 characters in body
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asked Bridging Hyper-V virtual network and physical network kills physical network connection
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comment What does [::] mean as an ip address? Bracket colon colon bracket
Can you give an example of a v6 address that isn't all zeros