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revised Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
Clear out caveat about fiddling now that it's answered.
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comment Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
It was in fact a cached ListBucket response still lingering in S3, even though I had invalidated and changed CF's config multiple times. It just takes an hour or 4 to clear out. @Michael-sqlbot If you post your comment as an Answer I can mark it as Accepted.
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revised Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
Add more detail
Jul
8
comment Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
You can (although some API libs forbid it) - but using a blank Default Root Object gets me the ridiculous ListBucketResult XML response you see in my Question.
Jul
8
revised Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
Add workaround update
Jul
8
asked Amazon Cloudfront with S3 Redirect
Jul
7
answered How do I secure Remote Desktop sessions on Windows 2008 R2 server?
Jun
14
comment Where's my ephemeral storage for EC2 Instance
Dupe of: serverfault.com/questions/583289/…
Jun
14
comment Root Device on SSD instance types. SSD vs EBS confusion
Dupe of: serverfault.com/questions/583289/…
Jun
14
comment AWS EC2 migration to new instance type with SSD Drives
Dupes: serverfault.com/questions/571427/… serverfault.com/questions/490597/…
May
22
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
5
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
25
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
accepted Received-SPF: unknown domain of _netblocks2.google.com uses a mechanism not recognized by this client
Feb
12
asked Received-SPF: unknown domain of _netblocks2.google.com uses a mechanism not recognized by this client
Jul
1
comment Restore SQL Server 2008 db without affecting users
This modified version of the SP apparently uses a simplified syntax for these Windows users that get corrupted: blogs.msdn.com/b/lcris/archive/2006/04/03/567680.aspx For example it changes the login creation to simply CREATE LOGIN (user) FROM WINDOWS
Jul
1
accepted Restore SQL Server 2008 db without affecting users
Jul
1
comment Restore SQL Server 2008 db without affecting users
Thanks! That article is for 2005; this appears to be updated for 2008: support.microsoft.com/kb/918992 After copy/pasting that updated sp_help_revlogin code in to add it to master's SP's, I was able to generate the command(s) for recreating users after the fact. Since the Restore creates broken versions of these same users, I needed to prepend the generated script with: drop login [Web_SqlA]; etc, to clean out the broken logins the Restore creates before replacing them with fixed users.
Jul
1
awarded  Editor