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Jul
8
comment Domain controller recognition of a machine in the domain
He is clear. he says "generaetd by the DC" noting else.
Jul
8
comment APC Smart-UPS Amps - How many amps does it use all by itself?
No, but after a power failure they also reload ;) This means they draw a LOT more than they give out while reloading. Line capacity must be able to handle that.
Jul
8
answered Remote desktop without log off the user out
Jul
5
comment Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
Then dont hold yourself out as contractor. I am one myself and guess what - I refuse every job I am not qualified for. Replace Contractor with Doctor in your statement and be afraid - if you pay a doctor you dont want one that says he is clueless. PLEASE behave like a professional and know what you do.
Jul
5
comment Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
So, as a contractor you took a job not knowing how that works? THAT goes under my skin. Being a contracter yhou should know MS licensing inside out if you are brought to fix a mess.
Jul
5
comment Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
Well, from your licensing download location. THat simple. DC is not something you buy in a shop. They should have a volume licensing / Select in place and that would give them access to licensing.microsoft.com.
Jul
5
comment Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
No, that is not what it says. With DC you dont need separate product keys.
Jul
5
comment Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
Well, it also is true. Seems noone in your company cares avbout volume licensing, and given that it gives you significant savings STARTING AT 5 COMPUTERS that is extremely ignorant.
Jul
4
answered Host requirements for virtualization with Hyper-V
Jul
4
answered Server for Virtualization-what important things to consider
Jul
3
answered How can I limit Googlebot's crawl rate?
Jul
3
comment SQL Server 2008R2 Standard or Web Edition for heavy IIS usage
Being SPLA partner myself - it IS "sign up, finished". You dont need anything mor ethan basic partnership for SPLA. I am there. Dont tell people the wrong stuff. Now, customer usage is a lot harder for someone like you than a service provider who does not resell ;)
Jul
3
comment CPU or Memory intensive for running Oracle VM on laptop
You are dead. Seriously. I dont know what you tlk of, but in my world SQL Server runs on multiple discs and more memory than a laptop has ;)
Jul
2
answered CPU or Memory intensive for running Oracle VM on laptop
Jul
2
comment Domain administrator vs local admininstrator, and accessing workstations remotely
A domain admin, by default, is member of the local admins group on all members. Statement factually wrong.
Jul
2
comment SQL Server 2008R2 Standard or Web Edition for heavy IIS usage
Ah, no, go back to basic school and learn reading. MS partner is "sign up, finished" (not gold partner) and as long as it is a service people use it is legit. In this case: Time management that gets paid for (service) -> spla. Time Manamagnet for a company internally - no spla. That said, 10gb is a LOT for internal compqany time management, and large companies (10k+ employees) have licenses automatically pretty much, so the assumption this is a service (time management website) is legit. This would mean SPLA is valid.
Jul
1
comment 15 to 20 developers on VM
Forget it. WAY too many VM's on way too little real hardware. Buy 2-3 servers and thigns will look better.
Jun
30
comment Server Rack for Home Use?
Thabnks. I thought it may sound harsh.. The poster always can put up a 20 USD cheap rack from wallmart ;)
Jun
30
answered Server Rack for Home Use?
Jun
30
comment SQL Server 2008R2 Standard or Web Edition for heavy IIS usage
Why should they be so stupid to do that? SPLA is cheaper AND includes all updates. AND it is scalable - you can add / remove licenses every month as you need. Purchasing is outright stupid from a financial and business side for 99% of the customers.