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Amiga A500


Mar
1
comment Are there dual port PCIe x1 gigabit NICs available?
The problem is that the it has a Realtek chipset which usually does not work with VMware ESXi, and I have not been able to find out if this particular one does - probably not. The specs do not mention which revision of PCI Express it requires us.startech.com/product/…. I'll look for more information on it, and at least I know that they do exist. Thanks.
Mar
1
asked Are there dual port PCIe x1 gigabit NICs available?
Jan
15
answered VPN server on Windows Server 2008 for a small office
Dec
14
comment 2008 R2 Hyper-v guests are corrupting network traffic
@Rick: I cannot think of anything further. You could consider using VMware ESXi instead. It's not much more difficult to use. I have voted to migrate this to Server Fault.
Dec
13
comment 2008 R2 Hyper-v guests are corrupting network traffic
@Rick: What I meant was: Did you have Hyper-V (and VMs) running succesfully on the same machine in the past? ie. Is this a new problem that has occured?
Dec
13
answered 2008 R2 Hyper-v guests are corrupting network traffic
Dec
2
answered Not able to redirect domain …
Nov
29
answered Windows Server 2008 R2 foundation VM unable to detect network adaptor
Nov
28
answered Requests to subdomain should point to subdirectory
Oct
4
answered Simple and Cheap Way to Synchronize Outlook
Oct
4
answered How to control Chrome in a network environment
Sep
18
comment Setting up a small office network
I recommend the HP ProLiant ML115 G5 pedestal server, or whatever G6 model that has replaced it. They are very cheap for what you get. I got a 100% rebate on the Lights-Out remote access card for mine.
Sep
12
comment Benefits Of VPS-Servers
Oh okay, I was wrong about this.
Aug
15
comment Can I set a default domain for a Windows Authenticated website in IIS7?
I thought it was a bad idea to use the same domain as used out on the WAN?
Aug
14
comment PsExec - what if the .exe you run remotely requires user interaction?
If you do not find an answer here, go to the Sysinternals Forums, which are very good for help with the PStools. forum.sysinternals.com/pstools_forum8.html
Aug
14
answered Physical to Physical Migration of server OS's and applications
Aug
14
comment Pointing Domain to Server
Top level domains (TLDs) are actually .com, .net, org, etc., domain.com is a domain, and www.domain.com, mail.domain.com, etc, are subdomains.
Aug
13
revised Pointing Domain to Server
for clarity and grammar
Aug
13
revised Pointing Domain to Server
more info
Aug
13
answered Pointing Domain to Server