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Feb
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answered Troubleshooting Aruba 92 Access Point
Feb
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comment Troubleshooting Aruba 92 Access Point
When you say virtual controller, do you mean you are using IAP (Instant Access Point)? If thats the case, the AP 92 isnt capable of connecting to an IAP since its just a "dumb" AP.
Jan
11
comment Shrink windows server 2008 software raid
Thank you. I'll try that one out.
Jan
11
asked Shrink windows server 2008 software raid
Jan
29
answered Documenting networking infrastructure
Jan
27
answered Assign multiple external ips with Juniper SRX100
Jan
27
revised Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
Changed topic to something more suitable since the question kinda changed
Jan
25
answered ASA setup for static mapping a large number of hosts to a single machine
Jan
25
answered Are Cisco Catalyst 2950 switches ok for small business use?
Jan
24
revised Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
Edited to include my thought about linux permissions
Jan
23
answered What is the best distribution of linux for a linux newbie?
Jan
23
comment Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
Thanks for answering. So if I get this right, if I enable this setting (by selecting one or more groups/users) I might be able to get it to work? I newly added a home directory share in the same parent folder as the one I've a problem with and that one is working just fine for some reason? Could that setting still help?
Jan
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Jan
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revised Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
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Jan
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Jan
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revised Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
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Jan
22
comment Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
Thanks for the tip. Yes, I'm in a domain (2008 level if it matters) and did try what you said. NTFS: No inheritage. Owner: Administrators Full control: Administrators, Domain users Share: Full control: Everyone Its still the same tho, cant read or write. Any onther thoughts?
Jan
22
comment Virtualization on a dedicated server?
Lets say you update to a new version of your operating version or tomcat. If something goes wrong, you can easily revert and do it the right way. Also you can enjoy different "paths", wich is really useful for developing systems. Lets say you have one path for each tomcat version you wanna test your dev enviroment, you simple switch between the different versions through snapshots. No, theres no way to update/fix/administrate all of them built into hypervisors, however some distros (i think) have that feature from some kind of management software that could help you with that.
Jan
22
asked Remove Linux file permissions, in windows
Jan
22
answered Virtualization on a dedicated server?