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Nov
12
comment Is it possible to enable MSMQ from PowerShell on Windows 8?
Thanks, worked perfectly as far as I can tell!
Jun
27
comment IIS 7 can't run ASP.NET MVC application due to missing System.Web.Helpers
@ITHedgeHog I am indeed using VS2K10, and this is definitely a preferable shortcut! Would you say this is the recommended approach in general when deploying an MVC project? A colleague told me he would just install the MVC development kit on the server.
Apr
11
comment Does psexec support input redirection?
@cstamas: the input file would be local, since psexec's stdin should be redirected to it.
Mar
21
comment How to enable authenticated access to Windows NFS shares from Solaris 5.10?
So given that there's a Unix group "build"; how can "build" members get write permission to a mounted Windows NFS share? Will "build" have write permission on the Unix client if mapped (via AD lookup) to a group on the server with write permission?
Mar
21
comment How to enable authenticated access to Windows NFS shares from Solaris 5.10?
Thanks. Do you know how to specify user to mount as in /etc/vfstab on Solaris 5.10, though?
Mar
21
comment How to enable authenticated access to Windows NFS shares from Solaris 5.10?
It appears I should actually use Active Directory user lookup, in order to map the Unix user who's mounted a share to an AD account.
Mar
21
comment How to enable authenticated access to Windows NFS shares from Solaris 5.10?
Thanks for the user name mapping info. Part of the problem, though, is that we can't see any way to specify whom to mount as on Solaris. Are you sure user name mapping, as described in that article, is still available in 2008 R2 though? I suspect it's been removed.
Mar
21
comment How to enable authenticated access to Windows NFS shares from Solaris 5.10?
Having experimented a bit, it doesn't seem like giving RW access to my netgroup makes any difference though? So long as all machines were given RW access, I could write to the mounted share if and only if I had Unix-level write access on the client. When I tried taking away write access from all machines on the server, I couldn't write even if my netgroup had write access. Could you provide some instructions on how to mount a Windows NFS share correctly from a Solaris client?
Feb
2
comment Which NFS server should we use on Windows Server 2008 R2?
We will be testing the stock NFS server over the next few days, to see if it's production ready. Hopefully it'll work well enough for our purposes :)
Feb
2
comment Which NFS server should we use on Windows Server 2008 R2?
Thanks for your sharing your experiences with the stock NFS server!
Feb
2
comment Which NFS server should we use on Windows Server 2008 R2?
There is no question of switching to a UNIX server. We have a dedicated Windows server, and the only problem is our 5.10 clients don't support SMB. I found at least one 3rd party Windows NFS server at hanewin.net/nfs-e.htm. Your virtual Solaris box suggestion is an interesting one though, I'll keep it in mind!
Feb
1
comment Which NFS server should we use on Windows Server 2008 R2?
Keep in mind my question is not how to set up NFS/Windows Services for UNIX :) I haven't tried setting up SMB myself, rather our IT guys said it wasn't possible with the particular version of Solaris 5.10 (we need an older version for compatibility reasons).
Jan
17
comment Does psexec support input redirection?
Also, are you thinking that I am trying to redirect the input to the Python command? That's not what I am trying to do. I am trying to redirect the input to psexec.
Jan
17
comment Does psexec support input redirection?
I don't think this method works? Putting the < operator inside quotes like this makes it part of the argument to Python. I tried it just to check, and in your second example Python thinks it's supposed to open the file "c:\script.py < c:\input".