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comment Windows 2008 Server R2 turns itself off
humm.. interesting, but I didn't see any WU event there
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comment Scalability 1-way. What does it mean?
I have updated the post.
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comment Scalability 1-way. What does it mean?
That would make sense. It has an Intel Xeon with 4 cores, but maybe it uses only one socket. could it be? I have updated the post with the server description.
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comment How to avoid IIS from overwriting some HTTP Headers?
Is there a way to add a custom HTTP headers to all POST calls ?
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comment IIS displaying page differently when localhost is used in URL vs. hostname
haha I just got this problem, and I was heading here to put a post thinking "people is gonna think I am insane". Thanks a million!
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comment Configure user login and stored procedures permissions on SQL Server
Thanks, that explanation is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much for the SQL lines indeed :)
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comment Configure user login and stored procedures permissions on SQL Server
In the MSSMS, there are two "Security" folders, one is in the root node, and other is inside your database. You can create a Login in the first, and a User in the second, but I don't know what is what I need.