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revised Do I need a CPU that supports Virtuallization to do Containerization?
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comment How do I find out if a file or folder breaks inheritance inside another folder in NTFS without looking at all the files and folders?
Are you supposed to just run it locally?
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comment How do I find out if a file or folder breaks inheritance inside another folder in NTFS without looking at all the files and folders?
Tried doing this on a UNC path and it didn't work...the program crashes...is it too old for that?
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comment Is this the Right Way to Perserve Owners, Permissions and Attributes when copying files with robocopy?
@strongline Because I read here yakupkorkmaz.info/?p=12 that this is what you must do to include the ACLs (but I believe I also saw it in the documentation from Microsoft). I usually use \l to test it out first; is there a better alternative to using \mir ?
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comment Can a virtual switch be depatched?
I never heard the term either until I was looking at Spiceworks tickets today. I asked my boss about it, and he said that it means when you disconnect the ports on a switch that you aren't using...if they for instance if there's a switch with a patch panel connected to it, and the patch panel connects to an office wall port with nothing attached, you pull the port from the switch; presumably to save electricity. I didn't know if doing this in a virtual environment would save memory or processing power. The virtual switch I started up had 58 ports...