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bio website muddypa.ws/blog
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.net programmer


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awarded  Excavator
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awarded  Editor
Oct
4
revised How to determine what has a lock on a particular file in Windows?
Original link broke, added new one.
Oct
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suggested suggested edit on How to determine what has a lock on a particular file in Windows?
Jan
20
comment How to correctly set up DNS with custom name servers and IIS for multiple domains
Yes I was getting them confused since my registrar does provide DNS hosting. So add a new zone, not just right click on current zone and select add domain. All these words have too many different meanings in different contexts. I understand CNAME records, well at least that I add them to do subdomains and what not, lol. Thank you.
Jan
20
comment How to correctly set up DNS with custom name servers and IIS for multiple domains
OK beginning to realize it is probably pretty dumb to have IIS and DNS on same VPS. Especially when I realize at my registrar I can just point to the ip. But I'm stubborn and want to know how this works. So when you say make sure my DNS is configured to serve all my domains, does that mean adding an A record to my zone, or creating a new zone and linking the 2? Slowly starting to understand...maybe.
Jan
20
awarded  Supporter
Jan
19
comment How to correctly set up DNS with custom name servers and IIS for multiple domains
1st Q: No didn't think I needed too, everything is on one server. 2nd Q: No the 2nd domain has no entries in my DNS server. I was not sure if I had to. All the domains do resolve to the same IP, well supposedly. I pointed my NS under the registrar's DNS settings.
Jan
19
comment How to correctly set up DNS with custom name servers and IIS for multiple domains
Hmm same TLD huh? The one I have setup is .ws, other is .com so maybe that.
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
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asked How to correctly set up DNS with custom name servers and IIS for multiple domains
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awarded  Autobiographer