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accepted Can I recover a corrupt MFT on windows 2003 server if I'm still able to access files through a network share
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comment Can I recover a corrupt MFT on windows 2003 server if I'm still able to access files through a network share
Thanks for your reply, that's what I was going to do anyway. Just to add some more infos, I don't think that's some cached data which I see: I can connect new clients and access files which weren't accessed for years...
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asked Can I recover a corrupt MFT on windows 2003 server if I'm still able to access files through a network share
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comment What can make that a wired connection works with Linux or WIN7 but not with XP or Vista?
@symcbean: Good idea, I will try that.
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comment What can make that a wired connection works with Linux or WIN7 but not with XP or Vista?
I think that they are both autosense capable. I tried to tweak various things on Vista's side (but still with no luck): disabling power saving stuff, disabling autosense negocation.
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comment What can make that a wired connection works with Linux or WIN7 but not with XP or Vista?
Sounds good, even if it's the opposite : my laptop got an iwl3945 and the PC is a cheapo'. On the other hand, I tried to ping the gateway from my laptop with various packet size (up to 65507), and always got 0 packet loss.
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comment What can make that a wired connection works with Linux or WIN7 but not with XP or Vista?
The PC runs the latest versions of the NIC drivers, and this NIC works perfectly when it's connected directly to the switch. Also, the cable between the wall and the PC works too, as I'm able to connect with my linux laptop using this cable/plug.
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asked What can make that a wired connection works with Linux or WIN7 but not with XP or Vista?
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comment Why should I firewall servers?
This may be purely rhetorical, but when you say "Security is more about setting up all the blockades you can", I would prefer to hear "Security is more about blocking everything by default, and carefully opening the strict minimum to operate".
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comment Alternatives to RSA SecurID?
+1 ! Works like a charm, an integrates with openid via clavid.com
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answered Relatively easy way to block all traffic from a specific country?
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answered Best smartphone for sysadmins?