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Jan
12
accepted Locate rogue DHCP server
Jan
12
comment Locate rogue DHCP server
Ahah! It was a Virtual Machine someone was running on their development machine. nmap had the info I needed in seconds. Brilliant!
Jan
12
comment Locate rogue DHCP server
The only port open is 67 (or responding at least) :( I hadn't thought of nmap -O though! I'll give it a go
Jan
12
asked Locate rogue DHCP server
Jan
12
comment how to delete all files that begin with 'testcase-' on a windows server?
You forget, it's been a very long time since the command prompt was actually required for use of an OS. It's quite possible that this user has honestly never had any use for it.
Jan
12
revised how to delete all files that begin with 'testcase-' on a windows server?
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Jan
11
revised Windows 2008, IIS7 and virtual directories
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Jan
11
revised Detaching a Microsoft SQL 32bit database and attaching it to a 64bit server
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Jan
11
answered Free (or nearly free) Trusted SSL Certificate?
Jan
11
comment How a registrar works?
Yes, but his question was about what to do when your NS is within your own domain, so the explanation still stands valid
Jan
11
comment MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
No worries, it's what we're all here for :)
Jan
11
comment MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
Hi cinqoTimo - I've updated my answer, looks like the correct MX details are now being shown
Jan
11
revised MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
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Jan
11
comment MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
Good stuff. I'll check it in a few hours (if I remember) to see if it's changed
Jan
11
revised MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
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Jan
11
comment MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
It could be that the old MX record is still running an MTA, but the account has been closed and thus it's bouncing the email
Jan
11
answered MX Record updated hours ago, still bouncing mail
Jan
10
comment Stateful Firewall Rules Obeyed by Switch?
PFSense is certainly a SF trchnology, and the belongs-on-* tag is depreciated (meta.stackexchange.com/questions/10216)
Jan
10
revised Stateful Firewall Rules Obeyed by Switch?
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Jan
10
comment SBS 2008, installing updates 3 of 5, for 6 hours?
I assume you don't have physical access to the server?