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Sep
24
comment Setting the order in which services are stopped on a system shut-down in windows server 2003
I'll go and try this on monday :)
Sep
24
comment Locked myself out of remote desktop by setting firewall up
I hate it when that happens :).
Sep
24
comment Setting the order in which services are stopped on a system shut-down in windows server 2003
It appears to be a common issue with a domain controller which is also an exchange server. The 'hired' experts don't seem to be able to deal with it...
Sep
24
comment Setting the order in which services are stopped on a system shut-down in windows server 2003
I like this one too, but I'm a mac/linux kinda guy, and the registry freaks me out a little bit. Maybe after a few beers :P.
Sep
24
comment Setting the order in which services are stopped on a system shut-down in windows server 2003
Any hints on where to assign the script as a shutdown script?
Jul
9
comment Apache restart, if it fails?
Please post the exact error message you are getting.
Feb
12
comment Regarding ports in Virtual Private Servers
This is one of the first things you should try. If it works you know you need to alter something in your iptables config. #/sbin/service iptables stop # test if it works now # /sbin/service iptables start
Feb
12
comment Good starting resources for system administration
Good read! Didn't know this existed!
Jan
19
comment GUI SFTP client that will copy files and folders locally instead of downloading/uploading
Recommend me a web file-manager for php/apache/linux rhel5 in another answer and I'll accept that answer! Thanks!
Jan
19
comment GUI SFTP client that will copy files and folders locally instead of downloading/uploading
It's not for me, but for the designer, who has to be able to copy large projects locally. I tried getting him to log in using ssh and run the shell commands himself, but he does not want to... The feature does exist : Just try prepending the shell (bash/sh/whatever is set for the user) command you want to run remotely with an exclamation mark (!) in the sftp shell.