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comment How to add read-only privileges on DFS Folder for Windows 2003 R2?
This is only for security reasons, normally there write nobody to the spoke's. But if anybody delete something I will protect the other systems.
Oct
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comment How to add read-only privileges on DFS Folder for Windows 2003 R2?
I understand that this is a hub and spoke scenario, it is not right that the hub send data to spoke? Send the spoke also data to the hub? What consequences could appear?
Oct
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comment How to add read-only privileges on DFS Folder for Windows 2003 R2?
Yes we think about and plan the migration of the Servers. The first step is to migrate the replication away from a third party software for replication. because we can't update all server at the same time.
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comment What should I consider when I plan a meaningful monitoring for SNMP Switch (SG200-50)
I try MRTG but only get the Traffic Graphs, I can import the Traffic Values into nagios but I must create a Command for each Port, Error Value, Traffic ... What I want to know is there are any best practice for Switch SG200 Monitoring to detect errors and warnings?
Mar
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revised Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
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comment Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
And what is the Content of /etc/network/interfaces?
Mar
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comment Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
I use a pfsense firewall and I can rewrite every DNS request who run over the Gateway. There I can add a Domain to every request. What Gateway you use? What DNS Server you use?
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comment Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
It is possible to set multiple resolver conf so it can happened that you resolve.conf has not that config part but the other one use a search domain.
Mar
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comment Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
Okay can you do a ls -lah |grep resolv of your /etc folder? What client you have? Do you use DHCP or static IP? Do you use a DNS rewrite on you DNS Server?
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answered Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that
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revised How to resolve SSPI context error without changing Service Account from MSSQL
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asked How to resolve SSPI context error without changing Service Account from MSSQL