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Aug
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comment Force the DHCP server to renew the IP address of a client machine, without doing anything in client machine
Unfortunately most DHCP client implementations don't support this extension. Windows systems don't (Upto and including Win7, I'm not sure about Win8, but I don't think MS overhauled the DHCP client that much.)
Aug
4
answered Domain Controller offline for a few days
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on openswan slow initial iperf tests
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Run local script over ssh
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Counting bandwidth from a Docker container
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Storing sql credentials inside an azure subscription
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to disable System service from listening on port 80 in Windows Server 2003
Jul
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comment When is a deleted Windows computer-certificate really gone?
continued... The cert guru's (which is not me, I wouldn't know how to troubleshoot this) claim nothing is wrong at all. They have been troubleshooting for several weeks now, but can't find anything. Problem doesn't appear easily reproducible either. AD specialists claim the cert-services are OK too.
Jul
30
comment When is a deleted Windows computer-certificate really gone?
@HopelessN00b We have approx 3000 PC's in 2 different sub-domains of a single forest. All based on same Win7 X64 Pro image through central software distribution. All configurations are the same. Problem so far has shown on some 45-30 of them, randomly distributed across these 2 domains and some 15 OU's. Some are freshly installed in the last 100 days. Others have been running for at least a year. Nothing else is problematic on these. Other certs are OK on these laptops (there are several others for single sign-on to applications and another VPN solution)....
Jul
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asked When is a deleted Windows computer-certificate really gone?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Log errors from Passenger in vhost error.log
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Network Error: no buffer space available
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on taskmgr.exe 100% CPU Usage
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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answered Cisco switch, white residue in switch ports
Jul
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comment How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
@ChrisS This site is supposed to be for professionals. This is pretty basic 101 stuff. I'm not surprised that some of us sound a bit acerbic when we see a question like this come up again. But you are right: Because we ARE professionals we ought to be more professional in our answers/comments. P.S. Did you edit my comment? If so, thank you :-)
Jul
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comment How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
Raid 5 is not for performance. Use Raid 1+0, or just 0 if you really don't care about the data. By the way: Those Dell controllers don't do more than 16 disk per raid-group if I remember correctly.
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Jun
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comment Can I plug a 15A UPS into a 30A receptacle?
@MichaelKjörling 2 A OUTPUT ON THE CHARGER. That's a standard iPad charger.