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Apr
9
comment Configuring ufw or iptables to allow only outbound traffic to the Internet from an internal IPv6 network
I understand what you are saying. I removed the unnecessary reference to NAT.
Apr
9
revised Configuring ufw or iptables to allow only outbound traffic to the Internet from an internal IPv6 network
clarify question
Apr
9
awarded  Yearling
Apr
9
asked Configuring ufw or iptables to allow only outbound traffic to the Internet from an internal IPv6 network
Mar
30
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
19
accepted Is there a method of viewing/exporting the current running config of Apache as a single file?
Mar
19
comment Is there a method of viewing/exporting the current running config of Apache as a single file?
Nvm mind, found it.
Mar
19
comment Is there a method of viewing/exporting the current running config of Apache as a single file?
How could I get that mod? I'm running Ubuntu. Is there a package for it?
Mar
18
asked Is there a method of viewing/exporting the current running config of Apache as a single file?
Feb
22
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
16
accepted Does anyone know of a program that will synchronize Google Apps usernames & passwords with Active Directory usernames & passwords?
Jan
16
accepted Where should I store the VM files (config, snapshots, vhd) on a Hyper-V server?
Jan
16
accepted Is it possible to use WPA Enterprise Mode without having to use or issue certificates?
Jan
16
accepted Is it possible to assign multiple addresses to a single host with a DHCP reservation?
Jan
16
accepted What is the WinHttpAutoProxySvc?
Jan
16
accepted Is there a device or piece of software that can act as a transparent Ethernet bridge and limit bandwidth on MAC by MAC basis?
Jan
16
accepted Does anyone know where I can find the Microsoft VSMT ? (Virtual Server Migration Toolkit)
Jan
7
comment Why doesn't a user get their network drives mapped when they are a member of the “Local Admins” group?
Where would the logging be for scripts applied via GP?
Jan
7
comment Why doesn't a user get their network drives mapped when they are a member of the “Local Admins” group?
The GPO results wizard shows that the policy is applied. Adding the AD user account to the local admins group is all that is required to break the script. Removing the account from the admins group fixes it again.
Jan
7
asked Why doesn't a user get their network drives mapped when they are a member of the “Local Admins” group?