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revised Converting VM from XenServer to VMware
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comment Converting VM from XenServer to VMware
Indeed, I'll modify my answer. Thanks for noticing.
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comment CPU?: Not responding
it might be pretty simple, maybe centos 6 don't know how to deal with bulldozer cpu. For me that's the most logical explaination...
Aug
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comment How to configure nagios realtime SMS alert
look for it with google. planty of answer when I tried it
Aug
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comment How to configure nagios realtime SMS alert
Did you really google that before, just did it and came with a lot of answer!
Aug
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comment New Sys Admin job…Where do I begin?
Well telling that you let the user choose their own plateform because they'll be more productive is like saying that you give more rice to chinese to be more productive. Your task is to set an infrastructure with some homogeneity, and easy to use so that the user'll be able to work perfectly with it no matter if they like it or not. Your giving them tool to work not toys to play with even if they're more productive because they now the product. By installing linux on my infrastructure I leveled up the productivity because the user stopped playing with windows all days. Multi-os is still a pain
Aug
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comment New Sys Admin job…Where do I begin?
I'm sorry but TomTom is right at least I think so. The fact that having a multi-os infrastructure is a pain right through the arse!
Aug
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comment Windows 8 default user
did I said network infrastructure? No I asked about infrastructure, like AD forest, the os alive on the network and so on. This might be the cause of your problem some incompatibility
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comment Windows 8 default user
Be more precise, what do you mean by "upgrading our network", what infrastructure do you have? Are all the computer the same?
Aug
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comment Mounting of few tens of thousands of FS
That's exactly what I though ^^
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comment how to instal snmp server in redhat linux?
refer to comment 1.
Aug
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comment Migrate linux dhcp to active directory
you can create redondancy with AD simply... it's in the forest specification (backup role If I recall good). Look at technet for more information, but it's possible, did that for a client with 4 AD redondancy
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comment check local user accounts for blank passwords
You might think of rephrasing your question, after reading the faq serverfault.com/faq