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Jun
19
accepted Are there any inexpensive network adapters that will work with ESXi?
Jun
19
answered Are there any inexpensive network adapters that will work with ESXi?
Jun
14
comment When using Windows 2003 DNS Server, how do I configure it to resolve a particular FQDN but rely on external DNS for the rest of the domain?
yes, foo.xyz.com is a host, not a sub-domain but would Justin's method technically work?
Jun
14
asked When using Windows 2003 DNS Server, how do I configure it to resolve a particular FQDN but rely on external DNS for the rest of the domain?
Jun
9
asked How much memory does ESXi require for itself?
Jun
8
comment Are there any inexpensive network adapters that will work with ESXi?
Awesome, thanks
Jun
8
asked Are there any inexpensive network adapters that will work with ESXi?
Jun
4
comment How do I configure Ubuntu Server 10.04 to run in a VM on ESXi?
That article refers to VMWare Server, not ESXi.
Jun
4
asked How do I configure Ubuntu Server 10.04 to run in a VM on ESXi?
Jun
4
accepted How would I mount an iSCSI LUN as a drive on a Win2k8R2 server core box?
May
25
awarded  Commentator
May
25
comment How would I mount an iSCSI LUN as a drive on a Win2k8R2 server core box?
Thanks for the quick reply. I'm definitely a GUI type of guy, so I think I will stick with iscsicpl.
May
25
comment How would I mount an iSCSI LUN as a drive on a Win2k8R2 server core box?
Wow, that's awesome! I didn't think a GUI configuration was an option. I always thought that the “server core” thing was command line only.
May
25
asked How would I mount an iSCSI LUN as a drive on a Win2k8R2 server core box?
May
20
asked Where should I store the VM files (config, snapshots, vhd) on a Hyper-V server?
May
10
asked Can I pause a Hyper-V guest via the command line?
Apr
26
comment When using the “Remote Server Administration Tools” on Windows 7 (or Vista), is there a way to make the tools (such as DHCP or DNS) remember servers that I work with on a regular basis?
Ok, one issue. Every time I open my new MMC console, UAC comes up and asks me if I'm sure. Anyway around that?
Apr
24
comment When using the “Remote Server Administration Tools” on Windows 7 (or Vista), is there a way to make the tools (such as DHCP or DNS) remember servers that I work with on a regular basis?
perfect! thanks
Apr
24
accepted When using the “Remote Server Administration Tools” on Windows 7 (or Vista), is there a way to make the tools (such as DHCP or DNS) remember servers that I work with on a regular basis?
Apr
23
comment When using the “Remote Server Administration Tools” on Windows 7 (or Vista), is there a way to make the tools (such as DHCP or DNS) remember servers that I work with on a regular basis?
Every time I open the DHCP manager for example, I have to add my server to it, instead of it just remembering the server from the last time I used it