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Computer tech that likes to play with various languages and technologies.


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accepted NGINX Multi Server - Second Server Always Going to First Server
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comment OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
As stated above the Get Info portion is from Finder and the window behind and the Properties dialog to the right are from a third party application called muCommander (with the right count).
Dec
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comment OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
i have added a picture and and an update, i dont think its the .DS_Store files...
Dec
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comment OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
i have added a picture and and an update, i dont think its the .DS_Store files...
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awarded  Editor
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revised OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
added picture and explained better.
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comment OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
i understand the difference between the two and our users know when they create a folder structure for example on Mac that there is going to be more files when a windows user view them. This situation is when a windows server creates the folders and files and then the Mac user gets them without going into the folders or anything even without the hidden files being shown the number is always more on the Mac..
Dec
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comment OSX Get Info Exclude Hidden Files / Folders
Thanks for the reply but yes we are on 10.7 Lion.
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answered Active Directory and Remote Mac Admin Users
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asked Exchange 2010 and Office 2010 for PC and Mac OSX
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comment Domain Controller not able to do external DNS resolution
An ever further fix for the device itself. Problem: Cisco and Juniper firewalls by default limits DNS UDP packets to a maximum size of 512 bytes. Windows Server 2008 by default ships with EDNS enabled, which utilizes DNS packets larger than 512 bytes. How do I enable support for this? Solution: set security alg dns maximum-message-length 1500 This adjusts the maximum UDP message size for DNS packets to 1500 bytes. If you allow even bigger packets (check MTU/MRU) then adjust the number accordingly.
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accepted Domain Controller not able to do external DNS resolution
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answered Domain Controller not able to do external DNS resolution
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comment Domain Controller not able to do external DNS resolution
old DC does not have forwarder set (it works) new DC only works if forwarder set to old DC.. does not work on its own like the old DC does. But also works if i set forwarder to Google public DNS. Just not without any forwarder (root names)