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I wear many hats at my workplace.

Primarily a Database Developer, but also programmer, web designer, DBA, sysadmin, and general office bitch.

I work for a small custom software house in Sydney, Australia. We use all manner of tools - but mainly MSSQL and a Rapid Application Tool called eDeveloper uniPaaS Magic XPA.


Jul
29
revised Find GUID of MSI Package
edited title
Jul
29
revised Deploying a UDDI service
bump
Jul
29
answered Deletion of SQL Profiler Trace files (.trc)
Jul
29
answered Can I create a fixed size VHD that fills a physical hard drive up 100%?
Jul
28
comment Over a million 404's?
+1 - it'll almost certainly be a broken link embededd in the HTML or CSS. It could also be a missing favicon.ico or robots.txt
Jul
28
comment Mass installation on networked Windows computers?
The question is close enough to #90215 that it's a duplicate and these answers should be merged (because they're pretty good answers)
Jul
28
answered Wrong MIME-type while uploading files
Jul
28
comment Vdisk (vhd) to physical
Exact Duplicate: superuser.com/questions/40294/copying-a-vhd-to-a-physical-disk
Jul
28
comment Is it possible for a sub-directory to be on another server?
@itech, yes totally SEO friendly
Jul
28
revised Port Forwarding for ESXi remote management with VSphere
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Jul
28
comment Port Forwarding for ESXi remote management with VSphere
Aah, excellent, you were on Windows. Great. Glad I could help.
Jul
28
comment Port Forwarding for ESXi remote management with VSphere
uh I might have messed up the HOSTS entry there... you'll need to point it to your SSH tunnel. I know on Windows with Putty that means pointing it to 127.0.0.x but I'm not sure what it is on Linux...
Jul
28
comment Port Forwarding for ESXi remote management with VSphere
On the client machine that you are using to connect to the remote LAN
Jul
28
asked Deploying a UDDI service
Jul
28
answered Port Forwarding for ESXi remote management with VSphere
Jul
27
comment How can MediaFire afford unlimited storage space and bandwidth?
Which is the same principal that gmail uses with its (currently) 7.4gb of space offered
Jul
27
comment Network Printer Connection Using POE Switch
Are you wanting to power the printer with PoE, or just use it normally?
Jul
27
comment Joining multiple Linksys SRW208P
@Newbie, correct
Jul
27
comment Joining multiple Linksys SRW208P
@Newbie, 1) You can link as many of them as you like, 2) If you have 8+2, then do the uplink using the gigabit ports, as then you won't run into any bandwidth bottlenecks (8x100Mb < 1x1Gb), and then you also get 16 ports. Bonus.
Jul
27
comment Joining multiple Linksys SRW208P
If you really want 16 ports, then you'll have to find two mini-gbics (often fibre ones but you can also get "normal" ones) and use that to do the uplink instead. Something like this.