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Apr
10
comment How can I stop Windows DNS server properties settings from changing by themselves?
@DaveM: DNS works fine, but the first problem causes Event ID 410 to appear in the DNS server event log. I'm not sure if the first problem causes any errors, but I can see it causing DNS request loops.
Apr
10
asked How can I stop Windows DNS server properties settings from changing by themselves?
Apr
9
comment Setup SSL for only a Single website on Linux server with Multiple vhosts
You can always make a default site with a blank page to stop that from happening.
Apr
8
comment Cannot browse remote networks even with WINS configured
@MathiasR.Jessen: DNS is being used of course - it's an Active Directory domain, but WINS is still needed to browse other subnets, apparently (Network - the thing that used to be called My Network Places and Network Neighborhood).
Apr
8
comment Cannot browse remote networks even with WINS configured
All hosts have WINS Server details in the connection properties. I had a look through the linked page, but I cannot figure out what could be wrong.
Apr
8
comment Cannot browse remote networks even with WINS configured
I also have the WINS servers push/pull replicating, but it would appear that there is some sort of problem with WINS.
Apr
8
comment Cannot browse remote networks even with WINS configured
I see. Well, how come it cannot traverse broadcast domains and one has to use WINS then? I suppose I need to read up about that. Anyway, I have already set option 044 in DHCP options (as well as 003, 006, 015 (and 046 as I mentioned above). This problem is also occurring with servers with static IP addresses. It's is just through the DHCP setting that I have realised that point-to-point from WINS is not working, and it is not attempting Broadcast, which I would have thought should happen.
Apr
8
answered How can I disconnect from openvpn in windows via command line?
Apr
8
asked Cannot browse remote networks even with WINS configured
Apr
7
comment Windows 2008 Server can't connect to FTP
Oh okay. You could always use an SFTP server instead of using FTPS, and I'm sure you know that FTP is very unsecure. Windows users could use FileZilla or WinSCP to upload files. Dreamweaver also has SFTP support built-in.
Apr
6
comment Windows 2008 Server can't connect to FTP
Are you just trying to get files onto the server because you are using Server Core? If you are, I have a much better soution.
Apr
3
comment Different SSL Certificate Authorities for domains and subdomains?
@ChrisAnton: You can get free Class 1 SSL certificates at StartSLL, and they are recognised by all major browsers.
Apr
3
answered Windows 7 / Terminal Services RemoteApp
Apr
3
revised PTR Record for host in VLSM subnet
direct answer
Apr
3
accepted PTR Record for host in VLSM subnet
Apr
3
suggested suggested edit on PTR Record for host in VLSM subnet
Apr
3
comment PTR Record for host in VLSM subnet
@DavidSchwartz: But there are already PTR records for other hosts in the subnet, and I cannot see any CNAME records in the forward lookup zone.
Apr
3
asked PTR Record for host in VLSM subnet
Apr
2
accepted How to set interface settings for WINS using netsh?
Apr
2
comment How to set interface settings for WINS using netsh?
Okay, it seems that one need to use the second command on DHCP clients and the first command is actually meant for WINS Servers which have DHCP addresses.