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Jan
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comment URL works without “www”, but not with it
An nslookup confirms the WWW setup has already been done
Jan
5
comment URL works without “www”, but not with it
Yes, he did. An nslookup confirms this.
Jan
5
comment Looking for Windows VPS with full admin rights
Womble man you seem to work everywhere. Didn't you say the other day you worked for a registrar as well?
Jan
4
revised I Want an Affordable Snapshot-Saving Crypto-Backupping RAID NAS
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Jan
4
comment DNS name resolution not being passed to NetBIOS
+1 for pavlovian response-reward attitude!
Jan
4
comment Bulk fax handling
Well, I know this was over 12 months ago, but if they did hire someone to send faxes, they would be helping someone by giving them active employment! As far as I'm concerned the increased cost is a small price to pay for helping someone out.
Jan
4
comment Windows 2003 RRAS keeps giving me a APIPA 169.x.x.x address
When in doubt, reboot!
Jan
4
answered Setting up IIS 7 to match a Godaddy shared hosting plan
Jan
4
answered How to make some virtual folders be served by iis while others are served by apache?
Jan
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revised How to make some virtual folders be served by iis while others are served by apache?
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Jan
4
revised SQL 2008 - Server not found or not accessible
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Jan
4
comment Cannot access any service through Sql Server 2008 Configuration Manager
In fact, when you install SQL Server on Windows 7, it brings up a huge "THIS PROGRAM IS INCOMPATIBLE" dialogue and insists that you need to install SP1 (or SP3 for 2005) before SQL Server will work
Jan
4
revised Setting up daemons on Mac OS X
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Jan
4
answered Remotely Trigger WSUS Downloaded update Installation
Jan
4
revised Is there a viable Nortel 64-bit VPN client?
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Jan
4
revised TortoiseSVN through a proxy
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Jan
4
answered Where to find information on the IPv4 crunch, why to worry, what to do?
Jan
4
comment How a registrar works?
It knows how to find them because of the 'glue' record that the registrar submits to the TLD. As you said, it's kind of a "hard coded" record that exists at the next level up. So a glue record for 'ns1.example.com' exists at the DNS server for 'example.com' - and the 'example.com' record exists at the 'com' level, and it travels backwards from there
Jan
4
answered Remote Screen Sharing between multiple instance of Windows Server 2003. Is it possible?
Jan
4
answered How a registrar works?