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Learning to develop properly using DDD, Nhibernate, IoC etc.

Been using WebForms since .Net 1.0.


Mar
21
comment IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
yeah tried that, still exactly the same issue.
Mar
21
comment IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
when i try to add a user from another server, it says it can't find it...when i click location button, it only has the option of the local server.
Mar
21
comment IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
Yes i beleive i am already using anonymous authentication...where would i check this in IIS7? on the authentication option in IIS on the site, or on my virtual directory?
Mar
21
comment IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
just tried using pass through authentication for the VD which uses the app pool user (my new user), still no luck. same access denied error in process monitor.
Mar
21
comment IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
I beleive that only works if you are using a DOMAIN, i am simply using workgroups (both called Workgroup).
Mar
21
asked IIS7 - Virtual Directory UNC share without Domain - Access Denied
Mar
17
comment 10tb file storage design question on media website
just reading up about OpenFiler which is a linux based iSCSI target server...would using this work? If i used one of my servers as an iSCSI target server with all my disks in, and the other server simply as a web server which accesses the iSCSI server for the files? Would you still use RAID on the iSCSI server...if so what RAID? I am still limited to 24 disks on the iSCSI server though right?
Mar
17
comment 10tb file storage design question on media website
thank you for such a detailed answer! i like the idea of disk load-balancing and think this is definetly something i will do...just makes it a little more complicated having 2 servers keep files in sync when files are moved around the drives...but im sure I can work around this. How do i ensure my disks are using the maximum amount of cache?
Mar
17
accepted 10tb file storage design question on media website
Mar
17
comment 10tb file storage design question on media website
the reason i didnt go with raid is mainly cost of drives...my host charges a monthly fee of $60 per drive...we have 5 per machine currently...if we done this in RAID it gets costly.
Mar
16
comment 10tb file storage design question on media website
that would be pretty expensive, we have about 1TB of data which is popular at any one time...new media is uploaded every few minutes which gets alot of hits straight away.
Mar
16
asked 10tb file storage design question on media website
Feb
23
comment Windows Server 2008 R2 + Active Directory / DNS Server / DFS
well the reason i was keeping 2 copies was for backup reasons too, if we was to lose the 10TB of data for any reason then it would be a disaster. Ok the other server is in the same datacenter, but it at least covers me if 1 of the servers was to completely die, or one of the drives.
Feb
23
comment Windows Server 2008 R2 + Active Directory / DNS Server / DFS
i have updated my question with more info.
Feb
23
revised Windows Server 2008 R2 + Active Directory / DNS Server / DFS
added more information on my scenario and reasons i need files replicated.
Feb
22
comment Windows Server 2008 R2 + Active Directory / DNS Server / DFS
ah! no i presumed it was instant...is there a better way to do this?
Feb
22
asked Windows Server 2008 R2 + Active Directory / DNS Server / DFS
Nov
7
awarded  Teacher
Nov
6
answered Running SQL Server 2008 on a dedicated server
Nov
3
comment RAID6 setup - adding additional drives
well im worried about losing all my data due to disk failure...i run a busy media website, if i was to lose the data it would be devestating. I am thinking of using an alternative data backup solution...probably a seperate dedicated server. I think i need to repost this as a seperate question though.