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Feb
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accepted Error when using sp_addscriptexec
Feb
24
comment Error when using sp_addscriptexec
Yup, thanks for pointing out that it is the SQL Service Account.
Feb
23
comment Error when using sp_addscriptexec
It should, snapshots run regularly, and have no permissions error. Having said that what is the easiest way to figure what account this is actually running under?
Feb
23
asked Error when using sp_addscriptexec
Jan
26
asked How to solve Merge Replication Conflicts that seemingly keep coming back?
May
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
3
comment How do I pull up a command prompt on an Azure Website instance?
I enabled a local git repository as it was the least disruptive option. Once I did that the scm page became active and all was good. Thanks.
Jan
3
accepted How do I pull up a command prompt on an Azure Website instance?
Jan
3
comment How do I pull up a command prompt on an Azure Website instance?
Is there a way to get access to the kudu shell without setting up a functioning scm deployment?
Jan
3
asked How do I pull up a command prompt on an Azure Website instance?
May
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
27
comment I've inherited a rat's nest of cabling. What now?
Nothing is black or white and this isn't an either or proposition. My personal bias is to do everything I can that will help my understanding of the system and how to troubleshoot it later. If the cabinet is a mess chances are there is a lot more wrong with it than just a rats nest.
Aug
27
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
25
awarded  Editor
Aug
25
revised I've inherited a rat's nest of cabling. What now?
grammar edit
Aug
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
24
comment I've inherited a rat's nest of cabling. What now?
The sooner you get neck deep in the problems the sooner you can proactively fix things. I have a huge preference for doing things myself whenever I can. You have fiber to run between buildings, hire a contractor. You need to splice a couple cables or buy pre-made lengths, do it your self. You will be happier in the long run when you have a more intimate knowledge of the system.
Aug
24
answered I've inherited a rat's nest of cabling. What now?
May
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