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seen Jul 10 at 15:47

I'm a pretty easy going kind of guy who tells it like it is. I agree 100% with the line Bring your sense of humor in the FAQ [even though they spelt it wrong :)]. Everyone works better with a smile on their face.

I've been a Windows server admin for a few years now and seen some pretty weird and wonderful problems, with some even more "creative" solutions to them. I've got a basic handle on Linux, and hopefully time will allow me to expand in that area.

I've been working with PHP & MySQL for a rather long time too, and I've built a complete IT asset management system including a helpdesk from scratch for the company I currently work for. Recently started playing with C#, but still a bit rusty there.

You can email me on (my first name)(dot)(my last name)(at)live(my country's TLD)

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comment Hard coded Exchange name needs to work on another Exchange
Why not just change the website code to use mail.xxx.com and use that for anything which needs an email server? I set that up to point to SVR03.net.xxx.com before I left :-) When you move to the next version of Exchange, just change that CNAME to the new Exchange server and you'll not have to change the website code (or anything else) again.
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comment MSSQL 2012 Error 26 and remote connection
Are you at school when this happens? Are you being firewalled going outbound? Can you telnet myusername.dyndns.org 1433 and not get an error?
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comment radius server for 802.1x wireless (Certificate timeout)
In short, no (not that I'm aware of at least). I'd initially suspect something like an expired certificate somewhere in the hierarchy, which is also alluded to in this question. Are all certificates in the chain still valid? Also, did you re-configure the access points with PEAP (which is what that other post had a problem with) or something else (which they seemingly didn't have a problem with)? Also, was there anything interesting in the logs on the RADIUS server?
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