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Feb
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comment Cisco ASA Static NAT Rule Explanation
That's my assumption, I just needed to hear someone say it. I'm still intrigued with the code snippet. I'm going to dig a little deeper and see if I can't find anything else.
Feb
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comment Cisco ASA Static NAT Rule Explanation
@TheCleaner Yes, I'm mystified as to how it knows the inside IP. The only thing I can imagine is that it resolves the hostname against the inside DNS servers and get's the local hostname.
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asked Cisco ASA Static NAT Rule Explanation
Jan
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answered Change drive letter for new user profiles on Windows Server 2008 R2 with RDS role installed
Jan
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comment ESXi Physical to Virtual Migration Unused Hard Drive Space
mrlesmithjr: that is actually an interesting idea as well. I will run this past my DBA and see if he thinks the SQL processes will freak out if they don't see the data drives right away.
Jan
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comment ESXi Physical to Virtual Migration Unused Hard Drive Space
Bartlomiej: I am planning on turning the physical machine into a VM not a HyperVisor.
Jan
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asked ESXi Physical to Virtual Migration Unused Hard Drive Space
Dec
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answered DNS slows down other stuff
Oct
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comment ESXi 5.1 Multiple Management Connections
necro'ing this. i will try and see what happens.
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accepted ESXi 5.1 Multiple Management Connections
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comment ESXi 5.1 Multiple Management Connections
Great, will do! Thanks for confirming it is a limitation with ESXi. It is possible to solve relatively easily with routing of course just not what I wanted :)
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asked ESXi 5.1 Multiple Management Connections
Jan
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revised Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
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Jan
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comment Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
One last question on this. How could I parse through each column in the for each loop (objGroup) without knowing the name of the columns? for each objGroup in colGroups 'for each column within objGroup 'print out value of that column 'next next
Jan
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accepted Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
Jan
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comment Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
Yes I did the replace on the quotes and with the help of WMI Explorer (shameless plug for that dev) I was able to find the necessary information to get a custom query parsed into an array in vbscript for further manipulation. Giving you the hard earned correct!
Jan
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comment Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
Using WMI Explorer to see what I can query through here to get what I am after.
Jan
11
comment Export SCCM 2007 Query Results Via VBScript
Ok your code is absolutely amazing. I've modified the target and site code to work for my environment. The next part is changing your Agentname to match a custom query I've made that should work correct?