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reviewed Edit Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials .local to .com easy change? Probably hard or not possible though
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revised Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials .local to .com easy change? Probably hard or not possible though
Cleaning up formatting, and removing some chatter
Jun
24
comment email (Exchange) issues due to lack of RDNS
Joe has a point. If my business ISP shrugged when I asked about DNS I would assume they were either joking or simply didn't actually want my business. It's a lot like starting a taxi company with cabs, drivers... And no means of working out fares.
Jun
24
comment ISA as reverse proxy for multiple SharePoint servers
ISA server? You realise that the newest version of that is about 9 years old and rather unsupported right? While ISA 2006 and Sharepoint 2010 is a supported scenario (benjaminathawes.com/2010/08/22/…) I really think you'll struggle to find good help with this and should be looking to upgrade ISA to Forefront (also doomed, but supported a bit longer at least) or find a new site publishing method entirely (celestix?)
Jun
20
comment network architecture - public ip usage
The assignment is for you to create the network, not us, right? Have a look around and see what best practice is and explain your decision in the writeup.
Jun
16
comment When my Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials is down, clients can't go on the internet. Is there a way that they could?
The question at this point is why can they not go on the internet? What happens when they try? Is it just DNS that's failing, for example, or are you actually running a proxy on the server or anything like that?
Jun
3
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May
31
revised Should each 48U have their own UPS?
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May
31
revised Should each 48U have their own UPS?
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May
31
answered Should each 48U have their own UPS?
May
28
comment Give console access to non-admin user in SCVMM 2012 R2
I would suggest that rather than trying to get SCVMM to jump through hoops it isn't comfortable jumping through, the best way to do this might be RDP for a Windows server or SSH for a Linux server.
May
18
revised determine Exchange 2013 role via a cmdlet
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May
18
answered determine Exchange 2013 role via a cmdlet
May
18
answered Configure exchange 2013 for intranet messages
May
12
comment Stop all websites from sending emails
@AdrianGeorge - EEAA understands you perfectly but doesn't agree with you. I think he's right fwiw.
Apr
29
comment Mail being marked as spam by gmail but only from certain addresses
Marked as spam by what?
Apr
28
comment How to protect Windows Server 2008 r2 from persons, which have physical access to computer?
@DarkcatStudios adfg.alaska.gov/…
Apr
28
comment How to protect Windows Server 2008 r2 from persons, which have physical access to computer?
There is no reliable, fool-proof way to secure a computer running any OS unless you can guarantee the physical security of the computer. Best practices for securing a server begin and end with controlling physical access. You might as well ask what the best practices are for not getting mauled to death by a bear after you've already kicked it hard in the groin then stuck your head between its jaws after smothering yourself in honey.
Apr
27
comment Discover webserver on a network
It would look like nmap, what with nmap being available on Windows and all.
Apr
6
comment Connecting AD to multiple networks. Use firewall rule or dual NIC?
I can't imagine any scenario where trying to multi-home a DC is likely to result in less pain than a hoof in the gentlemen's vegetables. At least the latter pain will probably go away faster.