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May
6
comment If I get an invalid public key error does that mean I have an incorrectly installed certificate
I'm afraid, I can't tell you: I don't know nginx either. Your error, however, really seems related to a client certificate being used during SSL hqandlshake
May
6
comment NTFS corrupts by using Windows 2008 R2 share with Debian iSCSI Target
In my experience, NTFS (in recent versions anyway), in itself, is VERY resilient: corruption is usually the result of storage-level errors. In your case, you're using iSCSI which implies a ddep network stack. Now, the guideline in implementing iSCSI storage is to separate storage network and general purpose network because general purpose networking is resilient to things like packet loss and changes in latency, two things that iSCSI do not deal with very well (if at all). Did you separate these networks ?
May
6
comment If I get an invalid public key error does that mean I have an incorrectly installed certificate
This looks like an error with the CLIENT certificate: are you using X509 client auth, by any chance ?
May
6
comment NTFS corrupts by using Windows 2008 R2 share with Debian iSCSI Target
Is the lun also mounted on the Debian system ?
Apr
17
comment Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
Assuming Mathias's answer wasn't sufficient, could you please clarify exactly what you WANT ? From your description, I'm assuming you want every object in the file system to have the same permission and this permission to be explicitly set, not inherited. Is that correct ?
Apr
16
comment Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
It is unclear what state you are currently in, what you mean by "inconsistent" and what exactly you do require. Ironically, your comment added one (important) precision to what you want.
Apr
16
comment Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
What you are trying to do is unclear: what do you mean "inconsistent" precisely and what is the end result you would like to obtain ? Also, why don't you want to use external tools if they do the job ?
Apr
16
revised Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
Spelling, grammar, syntax
Mar
20
comment Windows Server TCP sockets random disconnect: how to reproduce?
Yes, if you're connected to the server directly (no proxy but a firewall should be OK), and assuming you have disabled any hardware TCP offload on your own card (if it applies), you should see the checksum errors in wireshark.
Mar
20
answered Windows Server TCP sockets random disconnect: how to reproduce?
Mar
18
answered Can explicitly ftps via Filezilla but not from code
Mar
14
comment How to resolve external host names in a centraliced place
make sure you are using FQDN and not just host names. The later will usually be resolved using the "default" local domain and that will not match.
Mar
14
answered How to resolve external host names in a centraliced place
Mar
3
comment Server 2012 explorer.exe missing after failed patch
Then your install is toast. Rebuild from backup
Mar
3
answered Server 2012 explorer.exe missing after failed patch
Feb
11
answered What are the pros/cons of blocking a program from running in %appdata%, %temp%, etc.?
Feb
6
comment HTTPS sites not working in IIS 7.5
It often helps to perform tests with static pages in such cases: just place a trivial HTML file in the root of your web site and see if it works. Otherwise, the simples path is often to use packet sniffer and chec at what level the connection fails
Feb
6
comment Does FTP protocol send the domain you connect to?
There are several ways to work around this, yes: you can use the "account" command, build the user name is ways that will make it unique globally (as you suggested) but it will not help with basic things like server banner or (more problematic) X509 certificate matching if you're using FTP(S).
Feb
6
answered Does FTP protocol send the domain you connect to?
Feb
5
comment Scheduled task running twice from time to time
As far as I know, it solved the issue: once I directed my customer to the hotfix, they never complained about it any more.