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Jan
10
comment Subdomain/CNAME not working?
Another option is to change 67.222.12.238 to just . - as it is now it's looking for 67.222.12.238.vilegaming.com, putting it to just . will "copy" the A record from vilegaming.com
Jan
10
comment Direct external domain Exchange 2003
Your question is essentially the same as this one: serverfault.com/questions/98625/… (and dozens of others on SF already) - except replace the MX details with your Exchange details
Jan
10
comment Trouble installing Exchange 2010 on W2K8r2 .. please help :)
+1 - the metabase is a seperate component to IIS. I know 2k7 used it, I'm surprised that 2k10 does as well!
Jan
9
comment How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
Note also IFCONFIG is also a *nix utiltity, for future reference
Jan
9
comment How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
If you hve two nics on differet subnets, then there should be a clear difference between the two traces, unless your network is configured in a highly peculiar manner.
Jan
8
comment Most awesomely bad hack
@John, I like to think "From" because I now enforce the law instead of breaking it :) (actually we're very liberal with our network policies here, we don't do things like banning facebook. It's nice)
Jan
8
comment Most awesomely bad hack
cough This happened when I worked at Cisco cough
Jan
8
answered Most awesomely bad hack
Jan
8
revised Most awesomely bad hack
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Jan
8
revised How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
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Jan
8
comment How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
You can tell which NIC by looking at the first hop. Each NIC will have a different gateway (and if they don't, they should), so you should see the gateway's IP address there.
Jan
8
revised Black screen when connecting via RDP to a Win 2003 server
Included relevant part of KB incase link is broken/changed in future
Jan
7
comment How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
Worth noting that IPTRAF is *nix only, AFAIK
Jan
7
revised How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
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Jan
7
answered How to determine which NIC data/traffic is using?
Jan
7
comment If you could go back in time would you still choose IT?
Man, if I struck the jackpot I would quit my job and be lazy for the rest of my life
Jan
7
comment If you could go back in time would you still choose IT?
l0c0b0x - been watching Office Space lately?
Jan
7
revised Public traffic to go over 1 NIC and private traffic to use another NIC
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Jan
7
answered Public traffic to go over 1 NIC and private traffic to use another NIC
Jan
7
comment Optimising MSSQL 2008 server inside VMWare ESXi
We dropped the vCPU's to 1 overnight, and noticed no increase in performance, so we increased it to 2 (thinking it might be a NEW bottleneck) but still no go. Must be being throttled elsewhere. Thanks for the advice though, very useful for the future.