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May
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comment server 2003 to server 2008 R2 Foundation
@mfinni I did manage to get the 08 machine to join the domain. I tried again today, and it seems the few days that have passed cleared out the problem (I should have known to try the usual MSFT toolkit: do nothing and thing's will change inexplicably). I really can't afford to upgrade the 2003 machine; can I still use it as a DC? Does that eve make sense?
May
24
comment server 2003 to server 2008 R2 Foundation
@joeqwerty thing is: I don't have too many users. It's just that fumbling around with 2003 for 5 years has led to quite a few stray accounts. I tried deleting the ones that I couldn't identify, but I think there are some created by programs or other ways (IIS installs/uninstalls etc.). I need this server to remain functional so I can't just go all willy-nilly deleting accounts. Thanks!
May
24
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May
24
comment server 2003 to server 2008 R2 Foundation
Yeah, I forgot that I tried this; when I tried to join the existing domain 2008Foundation threw a license error (too many users). Very much shoestring budget--RAID and backups. Thanks...
May
24
accepted printing directly to (not from) php
May
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asked server 2003 to server 2008 R2 Foundation
Apr
28
comment printing directly to (not from) php
The php script would indeed be on linux. But what I am confused about is what is "standard input"? What sends data to printcap? Thanks.
Apr
28
comment printing directly to (not from) php
Does the above-mentioned PHP class alleviate some of that work? I mean does it have to act as a service? Can't it handle a stream and spit that out onto paper? I think I'm missing some fundamentals here... off to google... thanks!
Apr
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asked printing directly to (not from) php
Mar
17
comment Encrypt uploaded pdf files with mcrypt and php
I actually ended up using mcrypt and the file library included in the framework I'm using to do essentially the same thing the filter you linked to does. However, next time I need something similar, I will follow your suggestion--thanks! I've changed the accepted answer to yours because as of today, it is the most correct.
Mar
17
accepted Encrypt uploaded pdf files with mcrypt and php
Mar
16
comment Splitting up multiple WAN's on Sonicwall
Thanks very much for your help Christopher.
Mar
15
answered Splitting up multiple WAN's on Sonicwall
Mar
15
accepted Splitting up multiple WAN's on Sonicwall
Mar
15
revised Splitting up multiple WAN's on Sonicwall
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Mar
15
comment Isolate Multiple WAN Connections on Sonicwall
serverfault.com/questions/247344/…
Mar
14
asked Splitting up multiple WAN's on Sonicwall
Mar
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accepted Isolate Multiple WAN Connections on Sonicwall
Mar
4
comment Isolate Multiple WAN Connections on Sonicwall
Thanks Chris. the networks are physically separate--as in there are 2 connections coming into the area (one cable, one fiber), then 2 cables running to each station--but I'm not so sure about logically. It would be very do-able to set everything up separately physically (in fact, that was the plan),but I'd like to have a NSA on the fiber/phone and our Sonicwall has plenty of room. Much thanks!
Mar
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asked Isolate Multiple WAN Connections on Sonicwall