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Programmer for a financial firm, mostly C#, java,and perl

Jun
30
answered Number of Periods in a Top Level Domain?
Jun
30
answered What really is DAC - Dedicated Administrator Connection in SqlServer 2005
Jun
16
answered ubuntu server slowly filling up
Jun
16
answered Why is exec-shield protection not on by default? (What are the pros of having it off?)
May
10
comment What is SASL/GSSAPI?
Indeed, as I said, "SASL . . . that various authentication providers can be plugged into". They are two different frameworks that you can plug various authentication providers, such as Kerberos or NTLM, into.
May
8
answered What is SASL/GSSAPI?
Apr
19
answered How could I import Postgres data dumps into MS SQL?
Apr
5
comment Does my ISP cache the DNS?
@joeqwerty, in @Iraklis's defense, that is something of a matter of perspective. The records aren't being actively pushed out, it is true, but one could call the process of caches expiring and fetching fresh records propagation. From a certain point of view. Eg entry 7 on wiktionary en.wiktionary.org/wiki/propagate
Mar
23
comment What requirements does an IT department work space need?
Might want to replace the whiteboard with a roll of paper: blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/archive/2005/11/11/491780.aspx
Mar
23
awarded  Enthusiast
Mar
2
answered Schedule Task run Without Being Logged in
Mar
2
awarded  Editor
Mar
2
comment Checking parameters in a DOS batch file
Good catch, fixed
Mar
2
revised Checking parameters in a DOS batch file
Fixing %1% to %1
Mar
2
answered customErrors mode=“Off” in web.config but still Server Error in '/' Application
Mar
2
answered Checking parameters in a DOS batch file
Feb
23
answered How can I synchronize MS SQL Server databases?
Feb
11
answered Can I mount a Novell NCP file system in Windows and use it like a standard lettered drive?
Dec
30
awarded  Supporter
Dec
4
comment Reliable Time Protocol Server Online?
Ah I'm sorry, I have no data for you there.