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Jan
30
comment Reading Hyper-V event logs using C#
I note there are a couple of close votes suggesting this should be on StackOverflow. I would have said this was more about server management than programming, but I'm happy if the mods want to migrate it.
Jan
29
asked Reading Hyper-V event logs using C#
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awarded  Good Answer
Aug
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awarded  Caucus
Aug
18
comment Unexpected behaviour from df
Thanks, that was easy :-)
Aug
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accepted Unexpected behaviour from df
Aug
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asked Unexpected behaviour from df
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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Apr
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Apr
11
reviewed Approve Does Windows have a built-in ZIP command for the command line?
Apr
9
comment Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Ah, of course, thanks :-) The MAC address is bound to be in the switch arp cache.
Apr
9
accepted Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Apr
7
comment Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Thanks Pekka. Sadly the NAS names could be anything.
Apr
7
comment Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Can you not access all the networks from your workstation - yes, if I want to manually scan several hundred branch offices :-) I'm after something I can run overnight as part of our monitoring process and then survy the results in the morning.
Apr
7
revised Finding NAS devices on the LAN
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Apr
7
comment Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Thanks Lawrence. Sadly it looks as if that requires Java and there's no guarantee all servers have Java. Also it's not clear from the web site whether I can run Angry IP scanner from a command line to get output piped to a file. It appears to be a GUI app.
Apr
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asked Finding NAS devices on the LAN
Jan
4
answered Why does operating system need to know subnet mask?