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• email: oliver.salzburg@gmail.com
• github: oliversalzburg
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IT consultant, software engineer, open source enthusiast, alround computer guy

Never forget:

  • :w !sudo tee %
  • Ctrl+X,*
  • postfix flush

May
20
awarded  Constituent
May
16
revised Unlock bitlocker disk via cmd
You don't use the recovery password, you use the regular one. Also, providing a drive doesn't hurt ;P
May
16
suggested suggested edit on Unlock bitlocker disk via cmd
May
13
awarded  Caucus
Apr
30
revised apache2: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.1.1 for ServerName
Cleaned up formatting
Apr
30
suggested suggested edit on apache2: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.1.1 for ServerName
Apr
2
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
26
accepted Why are redirected user profiles read-only when accessed on the storage server?
Mar
26
answered Why are redirected user profiles read-only when accessed on the storage server?
Mar
22
comment There is another site pointing to my site without my permission
@Manhal: You can't prevent them from pointing to your server. However, you could create an additional Apache configuration for another VirtualHost. In that configuration, you would set the ServerName to bbb.com. Then that configuration would be used for requests that use their redirection.
Feb
19
asked Why are redirected user profiles read-only when accessed on the storage server?
Feb
8
revised What's the difference between a SLA and an OLA?
Source wasn't attributed, cleaned up quoted text
Feb
8
suggested suggested edit on What's the difference between a SLA and an OLA?
Feb
7
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
awarded  Informed
Jan
12
awarded  Mortarboard
Jan
11
comment WSUS report approvals for a group
@JohnGardeniers: Thanks. That's very kind :)
Jan
10
comment WSUS report approvals for a group
@JohnGardeniers: That's just how PowerShell displays the returned objects by default. You can run the script like myscript.ps1 | fl to get a different (non-truncated) output.
Jan
9
comment WSUS report approvals for a group
@JohnGardeniers: I added a PowerShell script that performs the query. Sadly, my Perl knowledge is even worse :)
Jan
9
revised WSUS report approvals for a group
Slightly improved query, added script