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Jan
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comment Optimising MSSQL 2008 server inside VMWare ESXi
Hi Goyuix, I can safely say that the database is designed and indexed appropriately. It's a production database that we run on about half-a-dozen other servers for different clients and it runs great on all of them (but they're not virtualised). Thanks for the tips about utilisation though.
Jan
7
comment Optimising MSSQL 2008 server inside VMWare ESXi
Thats ok, better than where I'm at at the moment. I'm running some traces in perfmon at the moment and will analyse them later this afternoon.
Jan
7
asked Optimising MSSQL 2008 server inside VMWare ESXi
Jan
7
comment Do NATs verify the source port of a SYN received after a SYN has been sent?
It dissapoints me that even in 2010 ISP's "Do not believe that running out of IPv4 addresses is anything to be concerned about". Only two or three Australian ISP's support it, and NONE of the big ISPs do. They don't even offer IPv6 tunnels.
Jan
7
comment Can the value for a NS record be an IP address?
Sigh you beat me to it again. You're too fast. Plus I'm tired. yawwwn
Jan
7
revised Routing traffic between home machines and remote machines over pfSense PPTP VPN…?
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Jan
7
revised Essential Business Server
Modified link to Google Cache so you can see the responses (and not give them traffic!)
Jan
7
answered I want to start my portfolio site using ASP.Net and I'm a bit lost about hwo to actually put it on the web
Jan
6
revised Managing printer drivers in Server 2003
Attempted to clean it up
Jan
6
revised forum.mydomain.org to mydomain.org/forum/
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Jan
6
revised How can I simulate a modem over a VOIP connection?
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Jan
6
revised Internal mail flow between two sites
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Jan
6
comment creating decision tree based troubleshooting documentation?
Be very careful how you tread here. There's a very good article over on Joel on Software here: joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000024.html that you might want to read. The part that's relevant is about half way down, about "The Methodology".
Jan
6
comment Setting up port forwarding for web server
Given the router that you are using, this is def. a question for SuperUser
Jan
6
comment One Server, Multiple Local Simultaneous Users
HP 9000-series have up to 64 PCI: h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/… - better start saving your pennies and keeping an eye on eBay
Jan
6
comment OpenVPN with Active Directory integration
+1 for auth-ldap
Jan
6
comment Negative aspects of hiding file extensions in Windows
I remember Windows 98 Plus! pack had that "mouse distance" feature. I don't know about others but I use the Win key more regularly than I use the Alt key I think (Win+E, Win+R, Win+D, Win+F)
Jan
5
comment Plug-Start-Pull Windows batch script
@Johannes, I didn't know this, thanks for the tip. @John, I belive the Disk Cleanup wizard will empty it out, but good point.
Jan
5
answered Plug-Start-Pull Windows batch script
Jan
5
comment Negative aspects of hiding file extensions in Windows
I find two "features" of that tool very... interesting: "Disable Windows key" (the only useful thing Microsoft has contributed to the hardware arena), and "Calculate Moon's age" - wtf?