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reviewed Close List of groups and users on Windows 2003 Server
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comment Installing Debian with a writable flash drive
This is really outside the scope of professional system administration. It MIGHT be appropriate on Unix & Linux, but I won't migrate it there as it currently stands (for no other reason than you can answer it with a Google search for "Debian live USB with persistence" and get many tutorials).
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comment Wait Time (TTFB) Difference Between Apache and IIS 8.5
This is not a question, and is therefore de facto Off Topic for this Question and Answer site. If it were a question it would be a duplicate of the capacity planning question, because the answer would be "If you want to know why the Time To First Byte varies between these systems you need to perform load tests and profiling to determine where your system bottlenecks are."
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reviewed Close Wait Time (TTFB) Difference Between Apache and IIS 8.5
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reviewed Close How does NIC bonding in Linux work?
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comment How does NIC bonding in Linux work?
This could be answered by a simple Google search for your question title (First result, Second result) - It is all explained in the NIC Bonding documentation, and on MANY websites...
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comment Relay denied (454)
Dumping an error and your entire mail system configuration on us and expecting us to basically be your system administrator is a bit out of scope for Server Fault. I suggest you google Postfix "relay access denied" as a starting point, perform some testing on your own, and see if you can work out a solution (or at least narrow the scope of your problem to something that could reasonably be answered in Q&A form as opposed to being a consulting job).
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reviewed Close Relay denied (454)
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comment Daily sftp stops working, and weekly sshd fails and needs reinstall
That's really not a "solution". You need to find the root cause of the problem (or rebuild your system to eliminate it) - throwing in a hack like this to work around virtually guarantees future problems...
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comment DNS and SPF configuration for Microsoft Exchange
Related: Our canonical "What can I do to fight spam?" question. (Which has its own related questions listed in the header that might help you out with SPF setup)
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revised DNS and SPF configuration for Microsoft Exchange
Changed formatting to include the original questions so the answer is a little easier to read. Rearranged a couple of paragraphs for flow.
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reviewed Close Traffic shaping for upload/download speed simulation
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