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Nov
19
revised Make CentOS 7.x a port forwarding NAT device
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Nov
19
answered 2008R2 Server to Server Encryption
Nov
19
revised Make CentOS 7.x a port forwarding NAT device
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Nov
19
answered Make CentOS 7.x a port forwarding NAT device
Nov
19
answered IIS Website access by both hostname and IP address?
Nov
19
comment Rsync and off-lined data on tape
@repelente - The -W argument won't help you at all with your HSM problems. If the HSM isn't putting accurate timestamps and sizes on the stubbed files rsync will still try to copy them again, -W argument nonwithstanding.
Nov
19
comment User properties in AD not opening (WS 2003)
It's worth checking, at least.
Nov
19
comment Need help setting up user and computer management for small business
Are data files stored on the laptops? Do they need to be backed-up? What's the sensitivity of the data on the laptops? How will you handle a user damaging the software environment (assuming they have Administrator rights)? Are you planning to have spares ready to ship out? How are you planning to handle OS and application updates? How long will these contractors be engaged (is this seasonal or permanent)?
Nov
18
comment Configuring ASA 5510 for multiple port-forwarding using TCP-UDP service group
What is "independent cloud access"?
Nov
18
revised Configuring ASA 5510 for multiple port-forwarding using TCP-UDP service group
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Nov
18
answered Files listed on WinShock (KB2992611) what do the different file sizes for the same file name mean?
Nov
18
comment Files listed on WinShock (KB2992611) what do the different file sizes for the same file name mean?
Some more context on this would be helpful. Where did you copy/paste this from?
Nov
18
revised Files listed on WinShock (KB2992611) what do the different file sizes for the same file name mean?
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Nov
18
comment User properties in AD not opening (WS 2003)
This misbehavior persists across a logoff/logon, too, then? It also happens if you logon with a different user account? This happens on the local console, over RDP, or both?
Nov
18
answered Clone windows server 2008 R2
Nov
18
answered Rsync and off-lined data on tape
Nov
18
answered User properties in AD not opening (WS 2003)
Nov
18
answered How can a user in Exchange 2013 access public folders in Exchange 2007?
Nov
17
comment Google Chrome Returns err_connection_aborted, all other browsers display site
Are you seeing this accessing dynamic content, static content, or both? Have you tried sniffing the SSL negotiation, too?
Nov
17
comment Logging VM activity at the hypervisor level
@DavisYoshida - Yeah-- in that case I think you're stuck. If the user has root then you're pretty much going to have to do something outside the VM. A jump box with some kind of monitoring solution is probably the answer. Limiting access to the monitored VM (including limiting access to side channels) may be very important, depending on exactly what you're protecting.