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bio website formortals.com/author/charles
location United States
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
seen Feb 4 at 16:02

I solve problems for a semiconductor company. I know a bit about data storage, software performance optimization, and A/V processing.


Mar
28
comment “net session” listing GUIDs for computer names. Won't accept its own GUIDs
Thanks, I thought no one was going to answer. Yeah, I guess the double colon was a dead giveaway that it's an IP. Both NBT and network discovery were off, but I've since turned them and their required services on (hopefully I needn't reboot). Still I get IPV6 addresses when I run a "net session". Boo.
Mar
14
comment “net session” listing GUIDs for computer names. Won't accept its own GUIDs
Note: I've tried reasonable variations of the GUID in the NET SESSION command.
Mar
14
asked “net session” listing GUIDs for computer names. Won't accept its own GUIDs
Dec
22
awarded  Supporter
Dec
22
comment Restrict file server (CIFS) access by time of day
Evan's answer is probably the most thorough and correct for an enterprise setting, so I marked it as correct. This is the closest to a solution in the context of my particular server (Evan's correct remarks about open and offline files do not apply in my case), so I upvoted this answer. Thanks!
Dec
22
accepted Restrict file server (CIFS) access by time of day
Dec
21
awarded  Student
Dec
21
asked Restrict file server (CIFS) access by time of day
Sep
11
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
24
awarded  Teacher
Jul
23
answered Samba performance slow even on the smallest file
Mar
27
awarded  Scholar
Mar
27
accepted Windows firewall blocks MS SQL Server even with firewall exceptions
Mar
27
comment Windows firewall blocks MS SQL Server even with firewall exceptions
I set MS SQL to use port 3306 to slightly confuse potential blackhats for a few extra seconds (No MySQL used). In any case, I read the first article I linked to as implying that opening 1434 was not necessary in my case. Turns out it was -- that did it. Easy green check for you :)
Mar
27
asked Windows firewall blocks MS SQL Server even with firewall exceptions