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comment Automate the installation of postfix on Ubuntu
Specifically: debconf-set-selections <<< "postfix postfix/mailname string your.hostname.com" and debconf-set-selections <<< "postfix postfix/main_mailer_type string 'Internet Site'"
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comment Problems with network routing
I've not used that client before. This question (superuser.com/questions/284709/…) and the associated links suggest the VPN client overrides the default Windows routing behaviour if the VPN server is set up to do so. You can try adding a static route for the internal subnet (192.168.160.x is different from what's currently in your routing table) so it doesn't fall to the default gateway.
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answered How do I debug / fix my apache SSL setup?
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accepted Enabling POST requests for html files in IIS7
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comment Enabling POST requests for html files in IIS7
@Shane Madden; I've tried the answer to that question already (checking verbs for static file handler) and it didn't work. He probably had IIS set up differently already.
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comment Enabling POST requests for html files in IIS7
(It looks like it's just handing html files to the asp interpreter? I'd like to avoid that if possible as it seems overkill to install asp just for this.)
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comment Enabling POST requests for html files in IIS7
I don't have the asp.dll as in that blog post; will I need to install ASP for this method?
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comment DNS issue with migration of web site to new server
Yes, or that! Only the scripts would then be at the mercy of server A to stay up, so you may lose some redundancy, depending on what the load balancers are there for, and what the new setup will be.