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answered Lock down XP dns settings
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comment Lock down XP dns settings
It's 2009. NO "solution" that involves "hosts files" is the right thing. Since the users have "administrator" rights, no change you make is going to help.
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answered Install Active Directory on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 without Event Log Errors
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answered Set Default UPN Suffix for Creating New Users in Active Directory
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revised Adding “301 Redirect” to a large number of files in IIS 6
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comment Adding “301 Redirect” to a large number of files in IIS 6
There-- have at. >smile<
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revised Adding “301 Redirect” to a large number of files in IIS 6
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comment IPP over SSL/TLS in Windows Vista: Can it be done?
My gut was just screaming "self-signed cert... Vista HATES self-signed certs" as I read the question. Glad that I was able to home-in on the answer for you. (I'm working on being the Jon Skeet of Server Fault, eh?)
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revised Finding a good IT Manager
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comment Finding a good IT Manager
Yeah, and I'm only a little introverted and a lot arrogant! Don't throw me in a group with this highly introverted people!
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answered how would it be possible to discover a cable modem's MAC remotely?
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answered VPN Windows 2008 Server
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answered Dynamic disk raid 1 on Windows Server 2008
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answered Finding a good IT Manager
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comment IPP over SSL/TLS in Windows Vista: Can it be done?
@Bob: I dropped an edit on here that has a link to a blog entry w/ more details. Have a look.
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revised IPP over SSL/TLS in Windows Vista: Can it be done?
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answered IPP over SSL/TLS in Windows Vista: Can it be done?
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comment What policies are recommended for keeping Blackberry devices secured?
AFAIK Blackberry Professional is basically a license quantity-limited version of Blackberry Enterprise Server. I'll be interested to see what comes of this question. I manage a couple of these servers, too, and I probably need to be thinking more about the device security (since they're really a kind of client computer w/ the user being an "Administrator", presumably) than I have been.
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comment How to make deleted files unrecoverable?
@Brian: Absolutely true. The only sure way to make data unrecoverable is to destroy the media completely.