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Aug
16
comment mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
Yeah, you're right. Maybe it's time to think over and go for a VPS. If things go wrong there then I know it was my fault. ;-)
Aug
15
accepted mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
Aug
13
answered mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
Aug
12
comment *Lab* restored DC from full backup issues. NETLOGON error 67
+1 because you are testing your backup strategy.
Aug
12
comment How do I make robocopy over WinRM behave like over RDP?
Access is denied. What if you map your dest dir to a drive letter?
Aug
12
comment Windows computers refusing to connect to WPA2 Enterprise Network
I would start with the Windows Event Viewer. Also please give more details about your environment. Do you use RADIUS, if so, which one?
Aug
12
comment Windows computers refusing to connect to WPA2 Enterprise Network
Event IDs and Logfiles?
Aug
11
comment Why would zfs performance be bad for moving files within an fs?
What are your server specs, especially RAM?
Aug
9
awarded  Promoter
Aug
8
revised mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
further testing
Aug
8
comment Can I have my DNS server and my web server on the same IP?
"I intend to use for my web site" thats what he wrote. ALso "but I found that I need to create some name servers", so seems like he misunderstood something. He does not need to run a name server in this scenario.
Aug
8
answered Can I have my DNS server and my web server on the same IP?
Aug
7
comment mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
Thanks for your comment. I looked at the "data" dir where uploads for the wiki are stored in, its permissions are "777". If it would be a permission issue why are 2 installations affected from which only one was updated? Unfortunately I don't have root access.
Aug
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asked mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot after software upgrade
Jun
5
awarded  Notable Question
May
27
comment Server unable to browse shares on itself
Are there more than one DNS servers on your network? What does this server has as primary and secondary DNS set? Is this a virtual machine which was cloned or something? Can you reach the share with its FQDN \\servername.yourdomain\share? Are you logged on with a domain account?
May
27
comment Server unable to browse shares on itself
Is this also a DNS Server? Can it resolve its own name?
May
27
revised Combine drivers from multiple Win7 installs to single image
improved answer
May
27
answered Combine drivers from multiple Win7 installs to single image
Apr
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