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System engineer with extensive experience in Microsoft technologies and ITIL framework, has worked in FDA-regulated qualified environments. Able to work on multiple projects, effectively prioritizing and delivering on schedule for project managers or delivery leads


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comment Non-local IP for next hop in routing
We might be able to help you understand this if you listed the make/model/version of the router and it's OS.
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comment Does DB2 accept SSL3 connections?
Do not cross-post questions : stackoverflow.com/questions/26531222/…
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comment PCI scan showing false positives on cloud-based server
We didn't run the scan, we can't answer the question.
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comment Super-power PC for many users - Server (2008 R2) on Hyper-V can not use full Machine hardware resources
You can make up whatever terms you want; don't expect the rest of the IT world to accommodate you.
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comment Managing Windows Powershell from Linux terminal
@Andy - my point exactly.
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comment Managing Windows Powershell from Linux terminal
Edited my answer after some entertaining research.
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comment Managing Windows Powershell from Linux terminal
Will he run into this issue if pursuing either of the first two methods? I (think I) know that you don't have this problem using RDP.
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comment Super-power PC for many users - Server (2008 R2) on Hyper-V can not use full Machine hardware resources
Stop using the phrase "Super PC." Out here in the professional world, we (and microsoft) have been calling it Terminal Server for about 14 years or more.
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comment Super-power PC for many users - Server (2008 R2) on Hyper-V can not use full Machine hardware resources
I didn't even whisper the word IOPS - I said "disk queue length", which is quite a bit different.
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comment Managing Windows Powershell from Linux terminal
No sir. Once you have a shell on a Windows box (assuming it's in the same domain as the other Windows boxes) you can use Powershell Remoting. Or you can use DSC, Desired State Config. Or you might be working on things like AD or MS Exchange that don't operate on a single server anyway, but connect to the directory using whatever DC or CAS server is available.
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answered Super-power PC for many users - Server (2008 R2) on Hyper-V can not use full Machine hardware resources
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comment Quest Migration Manager for Exchange, and custom Managed Folders - causing duplicates
Yup - don't want to have to get into the level of detail of doing something like IT delving into users' mailboxes, even with a script. Plus, the target mailbox's folder that contains the items, but not the correct policy, is vulnerable to cleanup if the Managed Folder assistant runs before a move-script can finish. Not an ideal situation
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