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comment Better approach for diagnose web server failure
+1 for 1st things 1st checklist & Load balancing recomendation
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Dec
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comment Registering a new instance of SQL Server 2005 without affecting the current instance
just tried on a test box, u were right. Thanks farseeker
Dec
17
answered Registering a new instance of SQL Server 2005 without affecting the current instance
Dec
17
comment As soon as I connect via VPN I lose internet access
Some VPN solutions also provide you an option to connect using browser, instead of a VPN stand-alone client application. In such a split tunnel is established on the browser session only and you could continue to connect to other sites, internet apps...
Dec
17
answered As soon as I connect via VPN I lose internet access
Dec
17
answered A (WEB) Proxy Server with a complete web interface
Dec
17
comment Which is the best way to backup or syncronize 130GB data via FTP
hmmm...if its a 3rd party/product kinda solution, u might want to call them to find out if they would support rsyncy (unlikely though)
Dec
16
comment Which is the best way to backup or syncronize 130GB data via FTP
You would still be able to access it via an IP/FQDN right?
Dec
16
answered Disallowing access to certain file type in IIS6
Dec
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answered Server - clean up tool?
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Dec
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answered Which is the best way to backup or syncronize 130GB data via FTP
Dec
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answered How to enable an IIS web server to be accessed from outside?
Dec
10
answered Setting up VPN on windows rather than router
Dec
8
answered How to accomplish a Windows share failover system?
Dec
8
comment How-To: Properly Migrate IIS6 Default Site Directory (inetpub) to Another Partition
To start with - why dont you create a copy of the c:\inetpub* in D volume and point a single virtual dir/ website to it from Inetmgr console. After which you could test it and check if it worked as desired, b4 expanding this process to the rest of your web instances.
Dec
8
comment How-To: Properly Migrate IIS6 Default Site Directory (inetpub) to Another Partition
Metabase.xml contains the home directory location of each of your website/virtual dir's. This location can be modified by manually editing the metabase.xml (risky, but fast) or by modifying it via the InetMgr console. The above article has 2 steps: 1. Create a replica of the c:\inetpub & its sub-directories, while retaining their permissions. 2. Pointing the existing websites/virtual directories to the newly created directory structure, via Inetmgr console. hth's
Dec
8
answered How-To: Properly Migrate IIS6 Default Site Directory (inetpub) to Another Partition
Dec
7
comment WSUS synchronization to Microsoft
glad to be of assistance :)