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Feb
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comment Building a Windows Server 2008 R2 (DNS, DHCP, AD, etc…)
pauska, MDMarra, I'm building my network using Cisco Devices (Routers/Switches and possibly Cisco ASA).
Feb
15
comment Building a Windows Server 2008 R2 (DNS, DHCP, AD, etc…)
@joeqwerty this is a network design requirement that I have done .. Plus, I'm looking forward for expanding and having more than one location where I will be using Centralized DHCP, or might perform failover between Servers on separate locations (still reviewing it).
Feb
15
comment Building a Windows Server 2008 R2 (DNS, DHCP, AD, etc…)
and what about the nameserver? I read that I should use it to have my domain point to my public IP .. Is that correct? If so, how can I achieve this?
Feb
15
comment Building a Windows Server 2008 R2 (DNS, DHCP, AD, etc…)
Can you provide documentations (if possible)?
Feb
15
comment Building a Windows Server 2008 R2 (DNS, DHCP, AD, etc…)
@MDMarra I will use this in my local network only, will not be used publicly ..
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Jan
24
comment Apache Server Management
I'm sorry about the messy comment, but the comments doesn't have line breaks!
Jan
24
comment Apache Server Management
First, Thanks on the reply. Second: I didn't quite understand this part "Make sure that each site is not in a subdirectory of another host (such as the primary server DocumentRoot). .. Also this one "Right...this goes to what I was saying about making sure that the content of each site is not located somewhere where it can be accessed by the main server. That is, if your httpd.conf has: DocumentRoot c:\wamp\html Then do not place the website1 and website2 directories in this directory." As I understand, there is the main WWW folder that contains everything for the server.
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Feb
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comment linking two or more domains with one website
the web server that my website is hosted on is godaddy. and it is on a linux server. the other domain is registered with a company in Egypt.
Dec
1
comment linking two or more domains with one website
the Arabic, yes. the one on godaddy is owned for about 8 years.
Dec
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comment linking two or more domains with one website
The domain that I updated its NS is registered through a company in Egypt, it`s one of those new Arabic domains. And the NS I added are my website that is hosted on godaddy. Does this take time to be active?
Dec
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comment linking two or more domains with one website
how long does it take to activate the NS update?
Dec
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comment linking two or more domains with one website
I don`t have access to the virtual host configuration file I guess!! do you know how to access it on godaddy server?
Dec
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comment linking two or more domains with one website
ok, what info do you need?
Dec
1
comment linking two or more domains with one website
and how can I access the virtual host configuration file on the godaddy hosting?
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