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answered configure juniper SSL VPN on seperate server for users
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comment Why drop caches in Linux?
perhaps the person who put that in is Patrick R: serverfault.com/questions/105606/deleting-linux-cached-ram
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comment Hyper-V Manager - How do I Connect to Hyper-V Sever using different credentials
you might need runas /user:SERVER\Administrator mmc where SERVER is your target Hyper-V server hostname
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answered Hyper-V Manager - How do I Connect to Hyper-V Sever using different credentials
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comment Will debian update packages that I've personally build from their official sources?
if you do apt-get clean and then retry the upgrade, do you get the same issue? Also, if you are on a version of apt-get <= 0.7.10 then you may be affected by this bug: bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=351056
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answered Will debian update packages that I've personally build from their official sources?
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accepted How do I find the last start time for a Hyper-V virtual machine?
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comment Does SPDY improve delivery of assets served from a non-SPDY CDN?
the reason for using cookie-less domains for images is largely mitigated by the header compression and pipelining in SPDY
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answered Does SPDY improve delivery of assets served from a non-SPDY CDN?
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comment Identify the computer owning an IP address whose DNS record is 'borrowed' from an old computer
+1 for nmap. The line Running: Microsoft Windows XP is an accurate way to determine OS - nmap uses "fingerprinting" of the target network stack to determine the OS. BTW Cadmus Computer Systems were a hardware manufacturer who went out of business many years ago, VirtualBox VMs always use MAC addresses assigned to them.
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