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comment debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_GROUP
This works. A more root solution seems to be turning off jumbo frames on my OS X client computer also solves it without having to shorted the cypher suite.
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revised How to Setup OpenVPN as Internet-Gateway and Connection between multiple Private networks on Virtualized Server
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answered How to Setup OpenVPN as Internet-Gateway and Connection between multiple Private networks on Virtualized Server
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revised Command line safety tricks
Don't clobber the window title.
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comment SMTP server on Windows 7
hmailserver.com/documentation/v5.3/?page=howto_install
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revised Powershell Test-Path fails to find registry entry
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comment Can you actually restrict where programs are executed from on later versions of Windows?
If you have Win7 Enterprise or Ultimate SKUs available in your environment you want to use AppLocker instead.
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comment Can you actually restrict where programs are executed from on later versions of Windows?
@Bill Gray. That's not case with Software Restriction Policies or AppLocker (the re-do of SFP for Win7). AppLocker even has a facility to control what DLLs will execute as well as script execution for Batch, WSH and PowerShell engines. You can't bypass the execution policy. AppLocker is muuuuuuuch easier to configure than SFP. The default rulesets are pretty close to what you would want.
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answered SSH tunneling in an airport
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answered SMTP server on Windows 7
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comment Adding ASP v1 support to IIS6
It is classic ASP 3.0, though. Can he really mean ASP 1.0 from IIS 3 in the NT 4 Option Pack? One problem he may run into is COM objects that are no longer supported, like the CDONTS.NewMail COM object doesn't exist on Windows 2003 but there is a similar CDO.Message object. Your mileage may vary.