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Jul
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comment NSClient++ returns 'Connection Refused'
#Jim R; in my case at least, it was necessary to to mod nsc.ini AND nsclient.ini. This was for a W2k8R2 server, fwiw. Cannot say specifically why modding both worked, but it did make the pain stop.
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Jun
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comment ESXI guests not using available CPU resources
Hypothesis: VMWare Tools is messed up on the guest. Test: Get a nearly identical copy VM guest, but with a good install of VMware Tools. Result: Copy works great, original does not.
Jun
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Jun
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comment ESXI guests not using available CPU resources
In layman's terms, my complaint is that the guest is running way too slow. For example, on bootup, the guest (a W2K8 R2 box) is taking > 20 minutes before I can log on via console, and then is taking > 20 minutes before I get to a Desktop. My thinking, flawed as it may be, is that the guest could be running much faster, but the host isn't allowing it to do so. If I could see Task Manager stats on the guest during the startup, I'd like to know if it indeed is going 100% CPU, but i'm stuck with making a wild assertion that it is going max cpu during startup.
Jun
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asked ESXI guests not using available CPU resources
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awarded  Notable Question
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Oct
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accepted iis7 domain based proxying?
Oct
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accepted VMware - how best to remove an extent from an iscsi volume
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asked VMware - how best to remove an extent from an iscsi volume
May
7
comment print PDFs to printer (NOT “pdf printer”)
I dl'd incron and it's just what I'm looking for. While my final solution isn't place, a test bash script bound to a 'hot folder' confirms this is gonna work as the solution.
May
7
accepted print PDFs to printer (NOT “pdf printer”)