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bio website scottbluetech.com
location Des Moines, IA
age 29
visits member for 5 years, 1 month
seen Jul 17 at 16:30
I work as a software developer for Advanced Technologies Group, Inc. (http://www.a-t-g.com)

Jun
16
awarded  Scholar
Jun
16
accepted IIS7 failover cluster across datacenters
May
4
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
27
asked IIS7 failover cluster across datacenters
Nov
2
answered Mirror two production servers onto two dev servers
Nov
2
answered Lock down a site using Forms Auth in IIS7 with Windows Auth
Sep
24
awarded  Supporter
Aug
16
comment Automated bare-metal recovery practices for small network
I agree that this product does not meet my needs entirely, however, it does come close. I'm not sure that the "product" that I'm looking for exists, but I thought I'd put the question out to the masses to see what others had done/thought of that I have not. Thanks for your response, I will look them over further and decide on which answer I should accept. Thanks again.
Aug
16
comment Automated bare-metal recovery practices for small network
With roaming profiles, when a user updates something on the workstation, it must be persisted to the server, correct? If the user, for example, were to add a 4 GB file tot heir desktop, it would take quite a while for the 4 GB file to be transfered to the server. Thus, when the profile syncs to the server, log off time will take as long as it does for the files to be saved. Likewise, when logging onto a workstation, doesn't the profile have to be checked to make sure the workstation and the server are in sync? The time seems preventative for large amounts of personal data. Thanks.
Aug
16
awarded  Student
Aug
15
asked Automated bare-metal recovery practices for small network
Aug
12
awarded  Autobiographer