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Jun
26
comment Subversion Repository Corruption
We're using FSFS on the backend. I wouldn't touch BerkeleyDB with a 10 foot pole.
Jun
25
asked Subversion Repository Corruption
Apr
9
comment Cisco Router DHCP Error Logging
Fantastic, this is exactly what I needed. Thanks!
Apr
9
accepted Cisco Router DHCP Error Logging
Apr
2
asked Cisco Router DHCP Error Logging
Mar
12
comment “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
You were the first correct answer after all, you get the points :)
Mar
12
accepted “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
Mar
12
answered “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
Mar
12
asked “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
Mar
10
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
comment Why do some network services require that the client and server be on the same subnet?
Thanks, I think this answers my question, I didn't think about the implications excessive scanning or broadcast storms.
Mar
10
accepted Why do some network services require that the client and server be on the same subnet?
Mar
6
revised Why do some network services require that the client and server be on the same subnet?
added example
Mar
6
asked Why do some network services require that the client and server be on the same subnet?
Feb
4
revised Hold printing jobs on Windows Server until a user confirms the job
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Feb
4
comment Hold printing jobs on Windows Server until a user confirms the job
Part of the problem is that our printers don't support this, we'd have to replace them in order to get features like this. We get something like this when we configure our users to use "Secure Printing", which requires them to enter a PIN at the printer before their job prints, but if we forced users to have to remember a PIN every time they print we'd get a lot of complaints or requests due to forgetting their PIN. The way I'm looking at it, if they select their job from a list in Windows, it's familiar enough that we wouldn't have backlash from the users about tightening printing security.
Feb
4
asked Hold printing jobs on Windows Server until a user confirms the job
Jan
24
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
20
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer