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I try to share knowledge of the arcane on my blog - I invite you to check it out.


Feb
2
answered Windows Local Account and Group Maintenance
Feb
2
answered Can a server do internal HTTP-Requests?
Feb
1
answered SQL Server 08 Express error when connecting to localhost - “Timeout expired”. Works with ::1 or 127.0.0.1
Jan
31
comment How can I create a redirect for Apache 2.2 webserver on Windows-7
@"Petrik" - I see, I should have said "I have an answer for you, but you need to post at Server Fault first!"
Jan
31
comment How can I create a redirect for Apache 2.2 webserver on Windows-7
@"Petrik" - not visiting my link and seeing it was an answer before commenting is not at all useful
Jan
31
comment How can I create a redirect for Apache 2.2 webserver on Windows-7
I believe I just provided WilliamKF with a link to my answer that I posted on superuser.com
Jan
31
answered How can I create a redirect for Apache 2.2 webserver on Windows-7
Jan
30
answered In place Downgrade Windows Server 2008 R2 from Standard to Web
Jan
28
answered How to check if an email was received?
Jan
27
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Jan
27
answered Forwarding all received mail to another server in Exchange 2007
Jan
25
comment accidently ran “chown www-data:www-data / -R” as root
Sounds like you got chowned there, buddy.
Jan
25
comment Need a free DNS and DHCP Server that's easy to manage (Windows Server 2008)
If he has an extra computer why doesn't he just put his copy of Server 2003 on it and save himself the hassle of learning *nix and bind.
Jan
25
comment Need a free DNS and DHCP Server that's easy to manage (Windows Server 2008)
You can add hostname/ip pairs to your PC's hosts file. If you're happy to give all your computers static DHCP leases, you could add entries like "server.local 192.168.1.60" to your hosts file and it will always resolve as such. Check out "C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts" in notepad. Note this is only locally. If you were using your DNS server as a nameserver for the internet you may want to consider free DNS hosting.
Jan
25
comment Need a free DNS and DHCP Server that's easy to manage (Windows Server 2008)
Are you running Active Directory with that .local prefix? If not you could always do the poor man's DNS infrastructure with the hosts file.
Jan
25
answered Need a free DNS and DHCP Server that's easy to manage (Windows Server 2008)
Jan
25
answered Dual Monitor support rdp 7 to win 7 on esxi
Jan
24
answered Exchange 2007 internet email
Jan
24
answered Firewall connections from every country in the world
Jan
22
comment Why is Apple System Image Utility so slow?
Anecdotal story: I had to restore a 6 gig image to a USB flash drive that's capable of 35mb/s and it took 3 hours. I used Snow Leopard's Disk Utility. I would also like to know why this performance was so poor. Note: the image contained several large files, not lots of small ones, so I imagine that latency of the USB drive is not a problem.