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Jul
18
comment Display Apache Configuration
In this case I'm looking for the KeepAlive and KeepAliveTimeout in the main config. I think mod_info looks promising so I'm going to check that out.
Jul
18
comment Are there any good alternatives to SmarterMail?
What version of SmarterMail are you running?
Jul
18
comment Prevent brute force attacks in Microsoft FTP Server (IIS6/7)
That one attacker will always come from the same IP but just about any server that listens on port 21 will be connected to by automated scanners and brute-force attackers.
Jul
17
comment Configure a Local DNS Resolver That Only Caches for a Short Period
The application uses the system's resolvers and I'd rather set up a new resolver than have to code this behavior myself.
Jul
17
comment RDP Client on Vista Home Basic
Then as mentioned in another answer, try this: Go to Run (Windows Key + R), type 'mstsc' and hit enter.
Jul
14
comment domain and subdomain ssl access on plesk
For Plesk to handle everything in a way that it likes, both sites will need their own IP.
Jul
13
comment Turning off FTP
Telnet to the IP using port 21 and see what response you get. Still, post the output of your netstat.
Jul
12
comment Determine Location of Inode Usage
I also wasn't worried about the cost of sorting as this is a one-time or at least fairly infrequent task.
Jun
23
comment What defines IIS IP Address for WebSites
Well I'm assuming that your home computer is behind a router/firewall combo so the IPs that your system listens on (the bound IPs) are internal. The public IP is assigned by your ISP to your router/modem and web traffic would have to be forwarded to your system's internal IP. Most ISPs won't allow traffic on port 80 anyway unless you have a package that explicitly allows hosting.