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Mar
10
answered How do I set up apache so domains like example.com and www.example.com both serve the same content?
Mar
10
comment Lets Encrypt OpenVPN AS
I've no idea what the difference between your two directories is (perhaps you should paste the contents of an ls -l for both of the directories), but you probably just want to symlink the certificates themselves, not the entire directory.
Mar
10
revised Lets Encrypt OpenVPN AS
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Mar
9
comment Cannot see IIS on “Add Role Services” on Server Manager, How can I install IIS?
No. The screen you are looking at it trying to add roles to an existing service (in your case, file server). IIS is a totally seperate role that you need to add.
Mar
9
comment ESXi host memory usage seems high with no VMs running
@Tim not really relevant to your exact question, but the system that ewwhite is running is fairly typical of a hypervisor these days. I notice you are running a single socket celeron with 16GB of RAM, which is about as far away from virtualisation-ready as you can get.
Mar
9
answered Cannot see IIS on “Add Role Services” on Server Manager, How can I install IIS?
Mar
8
revised Windows Limiting Internet Speed
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Mar
8
answered User write to C from CMD
Mar
8
revised User write to C from CMD
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Mar
4
comment Windows Server…or not?
@JFL The stuff about the size of the network is a red herring to the actual question. The actual question is irrelevant to the size of the network, and boils down to If no AD is needed, what is the reason of installing (buying) a Windows Server operating system?. The duplicate answers this.
Mar
4
answered TMG 2010: additional external nic dedicated to VPN
Mar
4
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Mar
3
revised Setup for high availability virtualized environment
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Feb
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
29
comment Multiple internet connections with internal subnet
@James you don't have many options here. Most (all) routers in that range will allow you to back up your config and you can then just restore it to a standby router (and physically swap the cabling). Or high end routers will support HSRP, but that requires a compatible physical setup, or BGP, but that requires involvement from your upstream ISPs and your own IP space, which is very complex.
Feb
29
revised Multiple internet connections with internal subnet
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Feb
29
answered Multiple internet connections with internal subnet
Feb
25
comment Direct connect 10GBE with fibre
I'll just add to this that you'll need to "cross over" the fiber connections on one end, just as you used to have to do with 10/100 ethernet.
Feb
25
comment Avaya switch - need to block port 25
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
Feb
24
comment Get logstash version
@KarlMorrison meh, I'll live. I don't help explicitly for upvotes. In this case I've shed blood and tears over Elastic Search and Logstash in the past 2 weeks so I feel your pain intimately.