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Feb
5
comment Can I use the free VMWare Player for work?
Just use Oracle VM VirtualBox instead. No licensing dilemma for commercial use. Just lack of features, but it's a solution.. see #2 in the licensing guide virtualbox.org/wiki/Licensing_FAQ
Jan
14
accepted Valid ranges for web site ports in IIS
Jan
9
comment Valid ranges for web site ports in IIS
Looks like the "q" parameter isn't available on Windows 7
Jan
9
asked Valid ranges for web site ports in IIS
Jan
6
answered How to use PuttyGen.exe when moving key(s) from old machine to a new machine?
Jan
6
revised How to use PuttyGen.exe when moving key(s) from old machine to a new machine?
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Jan
6
asked How to use PuttyGen.exe when moving key(s) from old machine to a new machine?
Dec
10
comment How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
Is /etc/sysconfig/network the kernal value?
Dec
10
comment How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
This works, but I'm just wondering if it's the best answer. Because doesn't the kernal also store it?
Dec
10
comment How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
What am I adding a line to? /etc/hosts?
Dec
10
comment How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
D34DM347, please see edit. Do you have a server where the hostname is found in your /etc/hosts? Also, what distribution are you looking at?
Dec
10
revised How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
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Dec
10
asked How can the hostname go missing on Linux?
Nov
30
comment How to uninstall IIS from Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2012 R2 uninstalls IIS just fine, so it's only broken for Windows Server 2008 (from what I can tell)
Nov
18
answered Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder
Nov
18
comment Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder
There aren't any errors that I can see. In cmd, it usually works or it doesn't.
Nov
18
comment Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder
I have not figured it out with cmd nor with Powershell. So that is why I'm asking the question. It really doesn't matter which language I do it in. I'm just trying to build a little bit of automation into an ETL process. One of our vendors isn't consistent with how they name the file, but we get a file once a month. So this will just check for the latest *csv file.
Nov
18
comment Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder
You can use whatever language is installed in Windows by default.
Nov
18
revised Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder
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Nov
18
asked Find the latest modified *.csv file and copy it into a different folder