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Jul
27
revised How can I log into a Domain controller that doesn't trust itself
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Jul
27
comment How can I log into a Domain controller that doesn't trust itself
It is the same as the original DC. The original administrator account was renamed and disabled per security guidance. There is no local admin account (it's a DC)
Jul
27
asked How can I log into a Domain controller that doesn't trust itself
Jul
25
comment Multiple DNS names and IP address to make load balancing more efficient in an Exchange CAS Array
I need to maintain state at the NLB level, so stateless round robin DNS won't work. @gravyface
Jul
25
revised Multiple DNS names and IP address to make load balancing more efficient in an Exchange CAS Array
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Jul
25
asked Multiple DNS names and IP address to make load balancing more efficient in an Exchange CAS Array
Jul
13
asked Can SCOM 2007R2 monitor Exchange in a separate Forest?
Jul
4
answered Is there an RFC or standard for “Envelope Journaling”?
Jun
28
asked What is the benefit of using DKIM to sign Content Type?
Jun
22
accepted Load balancing SMTP in a way that doesn't hide the source IP address
Jun
22
comment Is there an RFC or standard for “Envelope Journaling”?
Thanks @MarkHenderson - You read my mind. That's exactly why I was hoping to find an industry standard or RFC
Jun
22
revised Load balancing SMTP in a way that doesn't hide the source IP address
eb was bad tiepr. 2 distracked at end of day. (what was I thinking)?
Jun
22
asked Is there an RFC or standard for “Envelope Journaling”?
Jun
21
asked Load balancing SMTP in a way that doesn't hide the source IP address
Jun
18
comment Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
In regards to the "Too localized" reason, it seems this is related to a new, broadly available feature that is available to any Exchange customer. We will be seeing much more of these in the future, so I voted to reopen.
Jun
18
accepted Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
Jun
18
comment Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
I tried running the command Get-FederationInformation for Microsoft.com and it failed then genereated a Watson. Exchange 2010 SP1 RU6, and SP2 RU2
Jun
18
comment Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
@ShaneMadden - There are many experimental RFCs that look at DNS and make use out of txt records that affect email, HTTPS verification, and more. The RFC "MUST" in most of them is to ignore records without the proper prefix or if the data isn't parsable. This may not really cause a negative impact, but new functionality should go through the IAB or IETF. If this is new functionality, I can't find it...
Jun
18
comment Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
@uSlackr True, but I doubt they would run experiments on a production domain like that. There has to be a public RFC out there somewhere, because doing things like this may break other experimental RFCs.
Jun
18
accepted Cisco ASA and Cisco Switches, how do I determine top senders / receivers?