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Jan
24
answered Does transferring a domain transfers DNS records?
Jan
24
answered Why can't my domain be resolved when I self host the master dns server and use zerigo&xname for a secondary?
Jan
24
revised Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
suggested changing share permissions to be more permissive
Jan
24
comment Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
If you've set up the ACL on your shared folder so that "CoOwners" has full control, then you want to make sure that "CoOwners" also appears in whoami.
Jan
24
comment Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
Russ, can you post screenshots of your share permissions and NTFS permissions on the shared folder? (And regarding the comment by Zoredache, rebooting either the client OR server should do the trick.)
Jan
24
comment Check for backdoors in PHP scripts
+1 restore from backup. Without looking over every line of code, you can't be sure that you're clear of exploits.
Jan
24
comment Windows 7 no longer genuine after P2V migration
Weird. Maybe try doing a full sysprep and re-entering the key? That should make it happy with the virtual hardware.
Jan
24
comment Windows 7 no longer genuine after P2V migration
Was the Windows license purchased through volume licensing or as OEM?
Jan
23
comment 2 different email hosts for the same domain
Avleen: I recently configured postfix and procmail to forward messages to different mail providers based on email address with great success. (It's also a neat way to get around the issue of slow MX record propagation in DNS when changing mail providers.)
Jan
22
comment Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
I'm sorry, this is incorrect. Not all operating systems have group policy; maybe you're thinking of ACLs? Top level permissions will apply to the descendents when inheritance is enabled, but they never "override" lower levels.
Jan
22
answered Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
Jan
22
comment Win Server Security: Why do members of a group not get access when the Group has permission?
Are you testing this over the network or from an interactive logon?
Jan
22
answered Checking an Windows 2003 SMTP server from the command line?
Jan
22
answered Synology NAS server for home network?
Jan
22
comment Problem getting into our website from within the network
But .local has problems too, especially if there are Macs in the network. My preference is for a subdomain of the real domain, like corp.contoso.com.
Jan
18
comment Restricting Access to Application(s) on Point of Sale system
What about having the manager RDP into one of the workstations from the POS machine? You get fast access to applications, no need to log off from POS machine, and closing the session is fast and secure.
Jan
17
comment Best practice ACLs to prepare for auditors?
Protip: membership in machine-local groups is determined when the SMB session is established, so it is best to make changes when nobody is connected to the fileserver.
Jan
17
comment Best practice ACLs to prepare for auditors?
+1 Nice idea! Just as fast as share permissions, but applied through the file system instead. I guess the permissions would be lost if the files were copied to another server, though.
Jan
16
accepted Does the use of a POS terminal mean I need PCI DSS compliance?
Jan
16
comment Does the use of a POS terminal mean I need PCI DSS compliance?
Although it wasn't exactly the answer I was looking for, your response did lead me to my eventual conclusion so I am accepting your answer.