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Sep
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comment parallel filesystem without SAN infrastructure
In some of your comments you mention "without IP". But you don't mention any such restriction in your question. You would probably get much better answers if you more fully explained what it is you need to do, and why you have these restrictions. Explaining why helps us to fully understand the restrictions, someone might have a better way of achieving your end goal.
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Apr
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revised TFS 2010 access from internet
Added comments on the need, or not, of a second app tier
Apr
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answered TFS 2010 access from internet
Mar
16
comment Powershell: lastLogonTimestamp blank for some users
@Matt - I assume you have checked that when you run the single statement it is using the same DC as when you run the loop? Or used ADSI edit to confirm what is actually in AD on the DC your script uses. Other thought, what error handling do you have in your script, is it possible that reading the attribute is failing?
Mar
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comment Powershell: lastLogonTimestamp blank for some users
@Tatas The lastLogonTimestamp attribute does replicate to all DCs, just not very quickly. Any user who has logged in at least once more than 14 days ago should have a value in this attribute. At least, that is my understanding from reading the docs.
Feb
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revised How to configure samba to workaround UDP broadcast problems?
added hosts file option
Feb
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answered How to configure samba to workaround UDP broadcast problems?
Feb
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comment Packets dropped due to NAT? Firewall? Unroutable private IP addresses?
A true router can provide some protection as a firewall, they can be configured to drop some traffic but it is very static. A true firewall will allow more dynamic control, such as allowing replies to outgoing connections but not allowing unsolicited incoming traffic and matching patterns of traffic (like port scans) that could be malicious.
Feb
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answered Packets dropped due to NAT? Firewall? Unroutable private IP addresses?
Dec
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comment Been up for 2 days please help! SYN flooding Error
How do you KNOW that the server isn't actually being attacked? How many page requests does the server usually handle? How long does it take to process an average page request?
Dec
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answered Too many connections to Sql Server 2008
Nov
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answered Sql Server Simple Recovery - Backup selective file groups
Nov
19
comment What server setup for a small web development company?
I don't know what OS VMWare is based on, but IIRC the Xen hypervisor is supported on Ubuntu which might be easier for you to admin. I'm a (windows) developer by trade and run a Citrix Xen box at home for various things and have found it easy enough to work with.
Nov
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comment What server setup for a small web development company?
SQL Server (and probably other RDBMS) require decent IO bandwidth to perform well. I don't know what sort of size datasets you are planning to work with but you may want to consider a set of disks dedicated to SQL Server. You can always try it and then add disks later if necessary.
Nov
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answered Client server commuincation