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Oct
5
awarded  Yearling
Oct
4
comment Schtask.exe, Running Java Jar as System, Program Can't See Network (Windows Server 2003)
I've deleted my answer because I don't think I'm helping. A brief glance at the schtask docs (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb736357%28VS.85%29.aspx) suggests you should be able to do this with /ru and without /u / /p, but I've never used schtask so can't really help. With your original command line, you might check to make sure that the system account has access to the network resource. My guess is that it doesn't. If you end up having to use /u / /p, apparently (from the error message) you'll need to use /s as well.
Jun
16
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
11
comment How easy is it to migrate a Linux VM image from one VM env to another?
Thanks! That's good to hear. What sort of modules issues did you have? Just a couple of examples would be handy.
Jun
11
asked How easy is it to migrate a Linux VM image from one VM env to another?
Jun
8
comment What statistics app should I use for my website?
@Artelius: Which is both good, and bad. :-)
Jun
8
answered What statistics app should I use for my website?
May
8
comment My site was recently attacked. What do I do?
Where they appear to be from, and the email they gave you, are unlikely to be...useful (read: real) pieces of information. :) (Also voting to move to serverfault; good luck!)
May
6
comment How to dynamically edit dns entries without restarting the dns server
=> serverfault.com (But: A DNS server that required a restart when you edited DNS information would not be fit for purpose. :) )
May
6
comment Do I need to restart Apache if I modified an htaccess file?
Am I the only one shocked that this information isn't here: httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/howto/htaccess.html? (It's in the WP article en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Htaccess but that's hardly canonical.) @OP: I can't see how it would be necessary, since .htaccess files are used by shared hosting providers to allow customers to do their own config.
Mar
12
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
7
answered Can nameserver issues affect SEO?
Feb
18
comment Windows XP registry help needed
@astander: Beat me by 12 seconds. @OP: It's the top link of google.com/search?q=PrefetchParameters
Feb
10
answered Error! File In use: SQLSERVER
Feb
10
comment Different Operating Systems in the same PC for testing a windows application
I can't edit here yet; here's a link to the SO question: stackoverflow.com/questions/2236022
Feb
10
answered Different Operating Systems in the same PC for testing a windows application
Feb
9
comment Dedicated IP for SSL
Although this is programming-related, you may have more luck over at serverfault.com (serverfault.com) -- those are the guys who deploy things day in and day out. BTW, you can get certs that are not bound to specific IPs, just to the domain name. There are downsides and upsides to that. :-) You can also get "wildcard" certs (e.g., for *.example.com). Those are markedly more expensive than non-wildcard certs, but of course if you have enough subdomains you need to cover... Good luck.
Jan
29
comment Can't read an LTO-3 tape on a different LTO-3 drive
@John Rennie: It wasn't obvious. Lots of people fail to think of that sort of thing.
Jan
28
comment Recommended drive encryption solution
Thanks for the update, Chris. Very interesting. On the imaging: You could always compress the resulting image, but obviously properly encrypted data doesn't compress well. :-) If your data doesn't need to be encrypted when backed up (e.g., you handle security differently), you could dual boot (directly or via boot media) to a minimal linux install (which gets you past the TrueCrypt stage, since it's in the loader) and then use any of several linux disk-cloning utilities (or even dd) to image and compress the unencrypted data. Be interested to know how things are six months into it, etc.
Jan
25
answered Backup HDD trouble