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Aug
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comment Windows Server 2008
That's how it works by default - what have you tried and are you seeing users able to access each others' home directories?
Aug
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awarded  Caucus
Jul
28
comment Monitoring processes/services by Zabbix by using SNMP
Any chance of installing the Zabbix agent?
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
7
accepted All of my scheduled tasks are failing with error code 0xE0434352 on Windows Server 2008 R2
Jul
1
comment Server 2012 - Multiple Issues
Never hurts to fire up SysInternals Process Monitor and see what's causing things to hang
Jun
30
revised Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials .local to .com easy change? Probably hard or not possible though
Cleaning up formatting, and removing some chatter
Jun
30
suggested approved edit on Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials .local to .com easy change? Probably hard or not possible though
Jun
30
comment All of my scheduled tasks are failing with error code 0xE0434352 on Windows Server 2008 R2
@GregAskew I'm not using log4net, it's a process that captures traffic on an internal message bus and writes some of it to files.
Jun
30
asked All of my scheduled tasks are failing with error code 0xE0434352 on Windows Server 2008 R2
Jun
30
answered All of my scheduled tasks are failing with error code 0xE0434352 on Windows Server 2008 R2
Jun
9
comment Do I need a subscription to install and use RHEL?
That sounds like a question for your lawyer, or their lawyer, not some people on the internet. If anything, it might be on topic at Law.StackExchange.
May
29
revised Reliable Time Protocol Server Online?
Fixing spelling
May
8
comment In which order do I plug the SATA power and data cables for hotplug?
@mirabilos, Server Fault is for professional sysadmin questions, Super User is for general computer questions, roughly, see the help section on each site. Both have hardware and software questions.
Apr
16
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
comment SQL SSMS Window Dissappear
Done. Though looking at this question, I wonder if it would be better off on SuperUser . . .
Apr
16
answered SQL SSMS Window Dissappear
Apr
16
comment SQL SSMS Window Dissappear
Have you tried right clicking on the window in Task Manager on the application tab and choosing maximize?
Apr
15
revised How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
Improving grammatical issues and formatting
Apr
15
comment download NC pkg for OS - UNIX WARE
Good stuff. I think your answer stands fine on its own, but feel free to ping me if you want me to edit anything into mine.