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Dec
22
comment Active Directory remote versus local computer logon
Thanks Chris. When you say completely separate, are you saying that you suspect that each single AD server has both US and UK domains set up? So, RDP auth is done on the US AD server regardless of domain and local (UK) logon is done on the AD server likewise? Or could it be this thing about "forest" (that I do not understand yet)?
Dec
22
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Dec
22
comment Active Directory remote versus local computer logon
@beaksoft and cpgascho. I edited my original post. Thanks for your responses.
Dec
22
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Dec
22
asked Active Directory remote versus local computer logon
Dec
7
comment Noob question: What is inside a server?
Thanks mfinni. I read the specs of some DELL servers and it specifcally says it does not come with any OS. It makes sense. But What are the steps to get it installed in the first place?
Dec
7
accepted Noob question: What is inside a server?
Dec
7
comment Noob question: What is inside a server?
Thanks Chris, i think i can get those specifics about form factor from wikipedia. What I wanted to know mainly was how the system admin set up software without IO hardware.
Dec
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awarded  Student
Dec
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asked Noob question: What is inside a server?
Nov
17
comment How does a wireless switching work?
Thanks everyone for the replies and clearing my doubts.
Nov
17
awarded  Scholar
Nov
17
accepted How does a wireless switching work?
Nov
15
comment How does a wireless switching work?
Sorry, I think you are getting too far ahead for a newbie like me. I meant to ask about those consumer "wireless routers" that are bought off the shelf. Since they are routers, and routers do switching, so then how does the "wireless switching" work? Not sure if it makes sense?
Nov
15
asked How does a wireless switching work?