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I'm a C# and .NET Software Developer.

  • I love working with C#, ASP.NET, and MVC. I like playing with XNA (now MonoGame)
  • I enjoy working on cars, playing with legos, watching tv shows, and going to the movies
  • I'm a bit of a DIYer at my house, despite my DIY profile

I work during the day as a professional software developer. I moonlight as an independent game developer.


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Dec
27
revised How to correct “No value could be found for (Allowhotkey) that satisfies all lockdown requirements.”?
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accepted How to correct “No value could be found for (Allowhotkey) that satisfies all lockdown requirements.”?
Dec
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asked How to correct “No value could be found for (Allowhotkey) that satisfies all lockdown requirements.”?
Dec
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answered How to correct “No value could be found for (Allowhotkey) that satisfies all lockdown requirements.”?
Nov
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Nov
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reviewed Reviewed Apache Forward Proxy (SSL between Client and Proxy)
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Aug
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revised CPU?: Not responding
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Aug
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Jun
19
comment How can I peer into a Windows user's RDP session for support, where I initiate the support session?
I've used bomgar. Works well, even via RDP. If the user fires up the app it will show what is on their screen. You'll still have to have them do something (enter a session key etc) because the jump client will show the CTRL + ALT + DEL to login.
Jun
18
comment Multiple IP address in a machine
It would seem that if the connection is bridged, and you have DHCP, the server has obtained .155, and the VM obtained .160. You can ping both addresses because there is one machine on each... if you don't want the VM to have an IP, configure it to not lease from DHCP.
Jun
18
comment Multiple IP address in a machine
Can you explain the setup you'd like to have?
Jun
18
comment Multiple IP address in a machine
If you didn't explicitly set .160 to the VM, it sounds like you have bridged your virtual network, and the VM has picked up a DHCP address.
Jun
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Jun
6
revised Setup a DNS wilcard and MX record in the same zone
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