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Aug
24
comment How to run a batch script before the windows Logon prompt appears?
@orj...Yes 15char
Aug
23
comment Windows Server 2000 hardware question
Really, look into this. We have about 12 identical GX150's sitting on a shelf in my department that we would probably donate to a non-profit in a moment if the situation presented itself.
Aug
21
comment Two routers on different subnets - will this configuration work?
Right, if nothing attached to the VZ router is supposed to go back through the Netgear without NAT port forwarding, then just plug it all in, you should be fine.
Aug
21
comment Two routers on different subnets - will this configuration work?
Oh, and you can associate your SO and SF accounts in your settings so the question becomes yours and you can accept an answer. At least, I think that's how it works And now I realize you can't comment because you have 1 rep, sorry.
Aug
21
comment Two routers on different subnets - will this configuration work?
You should have commented on my answer. Your internal DNS/DHCP should work just fine if your DC is on the same subnet as your LAN. Yes, you'd have to set up port forwarding on both routers to expose internal services to the outside world. Right, wireless clients should get DHCP and thus DNS correctly from the VZ router as your have described. They know nothing of your internal network. WAP: Disable DHCP. Just use the switch on the WAP(connect a WAP switch port to a VZ router switch port) and not the WAN port and you should be good with wireless. I hope that helps
Aug
21
answered Two routers on different subnets - will this configuration work?
Aug
21
answered Output video on host in VLC
Aug
21
comment Server to Server Persistent VPN Connection?
In this case, definitely look at OpenVPN
Aug
19
comment Block access to C Drive Windows XP and 2003 server
And, of course, Windows Steady State is a free alternative, if anyone is looking
Aug
19
comment Block access to C Drive Windows XP and 2003 server
We do the same thing with DF. The logged in lab user even has admin rights on the box! It's amazing the kinds of things you can find installed, so we don't limit users much at all, but we can always get back to a good state.
Aug
14
answered How do I assign names to devices on a LAN?
Aug
11
comment Firefox says “You don't have permission to access /somefolder/somefile.php on this server.” IE/Chrome work well
I bet the Dutch flag is as well, but it's a little harder to tell. :)
Aug
4
comment Google Mini frequently times out
Do a ping -t and let it go for awhile. If you get drops you'll know if it's a network issue rather then a higher level application issue
Aug
4
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Jul
31
answered Can't log on to Domain Controller
Jul
24
answered SQL 2008 Replication over Internet
Jul
22
comment How serious is a problem is multi-homed networks?
@Point 2. Don't most vpns split tunnel by default? Our current Checkpoint does and so did our ancient Cisco pix
Jul
19
answered Any way to find unused IP addresses on my network?
Jul
10
comment Alternative Cisco VPN clients for Windows XP
Do any vendors do strict IPSec? It appears that Checkpoint is not compatible with standard clients either
Jul
7
answered Best system administrator accident