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Sysadmin, Gamer, ex-lawyer, admirer of humanity... in a strange kinda way

Jun
24
revised Windows Folder Redirection Permissions
corrected a missing path
Jun
23
comment Windows Folder Redirection Permissions
Thanks for the link, the directories for the folders were already set up as such and unfortunately still experiencing the problem.
Jun
23
comment Windows Folder Redirection Permissions
additional: it appears that Windows 7 creates the directories correctly with appropriate permissions.
Jun
22
asked Windows Folder Redirection Permissions
Jun
17
answered samba + kerberos ssh single signon (SSO)
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
May
26
awarded  Popular Question
May
20
comment Same command on multiple servers
there are likely many many better ways to do this; it's a simple option nothing more. The preference would be to implement a system to actually control them along the lines of Puppet as mentioned in the question.
May
20
answered Same command on multiple servers
May
17
answered Suggestion for software to control internet
May
17
accepted Value of Itanium or Sparc over x86_64 for Oracle Deployment
May
15
comment Need disc image help pronto!
@John; in fairness it makes about as much sense as the original posters Senior Admin's plans...
May
11
asked Oracle RAC interconnect in a Dell M1000e Blade Enclosure
Apr
26
answered Directing multiple domains to one server
Apr
23
comment Terminology: Bounce versus restart
Can confirm it's used in .ie and .au
Apr
21
revised Value of Itanium or Sparc over x86_64 for Oracle Deployment
added question about sparc
Apr
21
comment Value of Itanium or Sparc over x86_64 for Oracle Deployment
Interesting point though trickier to implement with our current vendors it is definitely another option.
Apr
21
comment Value of Itanium or Sparc over x86_64 for Oracle Deployment
these are pretty much my main fears. It feels like a dying platform and I can't help but get that Aplha CPU vibe from it. I don't want to bind out core services into heavy handed support arrangements for an extra fraction of performance. Anything that would prevent us from moving forward or staying current with software releases would be a non starter.
Apr
21
asked Value of Itanium or Sparc over x86_64 for Oracle Deployment