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Nov
11
comment My database using sql server 2005 express is over 4GB, I have no money, am I screwed?
SQL Express does not support partioning
Nov
11
revised Automating install of several applications
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Nov
11
comment File Specific cache http header for IIS 6
If you want to disable cache (which the OP does), you need to set the expiry to a date less than today (say, yesterday, or 1990 or something)
Nov
11
answered File Specific cache http header for IIS 6
Nov
10
comment Send emails to phone as phone calls
Especially as most (all?) web-based SMS providers offer an SMTP delivery method, just email +61987654321@accountname.smsprovider.com
Nov
10
comment Broken remote desktop connections
We saw this problem on-and-off on a particular Windows 2003 Terminal Server with Vista clients. Eventually we migrated everyone off the server and re-commissioned it.
Nov
10
answered Send emails to phone as phone calls
Nov
10
comment What kind of storage do people actually use for VMware ESX servers?
Thesis or Theory?
Nov
10
revised xcopy is illogical?
edited title
Nov
10
comment Is there such a thing as too many IP addresses?
Class A/B/C/D hasn't been used in what, 10 years? There's your first ammo :)
Nov
9
comment Best way to block Windows Workstations from receiving Microsoft updates
Testing in a lab is nice, but when you have your superiors screaming for blood, bad things can happen in live environments.
Nov
9
comment What's the deal with “business” netbooks?
Some people call it "Marketing", others call it a "Scam"
Nov
8
answered How do I make sure images to a Facebook iFrame are cached?
Nov
6
comment Difference between SSL products
A scam hey? Well that makes a lot of sense, because I couldn't see anything except insurance and graphical differences between them. And $50/year/certificate adds up to quite a bit considering our SSL is not going to cover any financial stuff...
Nov
6
comment Difference between SSL products
Iinteresting. I know I've had to hand over proof that we own certain domains and whatnot when our guys have ordered them for our work sites - this is my first venture on my own. Anyway our users already trust us implicitly and the SSL is just for their own peace of mind, so I think I'll just grab a cheapo one. Thanks for the background!
Nov
6
asked Difference between SSL products
Nov
6
answered Why does this HTTP 200 message appear on the bottom of html, php, css and js files?
Nov
6
answered Controlling DNS servers… what do i need to know
Nov
6
comment Controlling DNS servers… what do i need to know
+1 for the SSL option
Nov
5
comment Make ubuntu Server Accesible to the Internet
Sounds like on that sort of a system it's never, ever, ever going to happen.