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Nov
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comment Why does the W2k3 TCP/IP stack gets corrupted?
Thanks very much, very informative. is there any way to have a high availability setup? like when one serves fails the other takes the roles automatically?, i have updated the questions with the corresponding server roles
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revised Why does the W2k3 TCP/IP stack gets corrupted?
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asked Why does the W2k3 TCP/IP stack gets corrupted?
Nov
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answered Looking for a way to “mark” emails from an exchange server
Nov
8
answered Can a user send mails as any sender, not just another Exchange user?
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
5
answered list known mac-addresses on Dell PowerConnect 5324
Nov
5
comment DNS updating issue
did you first removed the old machine from the Domain and Then Joined this new one?. i would suggest to remove the old machine first, delete any DNS records that may remain, and then join the New computer to the domain. let us know how it went
Nov
5
comment DNS updating issue
Also, you should read about dynamic updates if you have an Active Directory Domain setup. support.microsoft.com/kb/816592
Nov
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answered DNS updating issue
Nov
5
comment Building an OpenSource Network (Intranet) infrastructure based on Linux (AD, Domains, etc.)
It depends what you want to do, i wont argue whit nobody that Windows offer a good solution(I'm a System Admin, of a windows based company), and it integrates perfectly with all of the other Microsoft offers, but you can get a pretty decent network using only open source software (there is a lot of things to take into account before migrating to opensource, i will not discus this here) but if what you want is to: be able to share files and printer whit user security, Easyly deploy software, Set an Email Server, ect, you can achive it whit open source
Nov
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answered Building an OpenSource Network (Intranet) infrastructure based on Linux (AD, Domains, etc.)
Nov
5
comment VPN within a Remote Desktop session
When you connect to the VPN on PC#2, can u still surf the WEB? and if you can, can you check that you are goin out whit the same Public IP? whatismyip.net should give you the IP address you are using to go out to the World. another Question, are you using the windows dialup interface to connect to the VPN or some other VPN client?
Nov
5
answered JUNOS firewall issues
Nov
4
answered Junos custom-attack signature pattern syntax
Nov
4
answered Net Screen Remote RDP not working but vpn is
Nov
4
answered VPN within a Remote Desktop session
Nov
4
answered OpenVPN and bridge interface configuration
Nov
4
answered Help with OpenVPN setup on Windows Server 2003