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Oct
15
answered Setting up a server with two NICs using two separate subnets (each on a different VLAN)
Jul
24
comment Netmask ordering prioritization not working?
not really answering your question here, but multi-homing a DC is generally not a good idea. Why not use a router/L3 switch/... with iphelper if you want multiple subnets? this way you can leave your DC to 1 ip address. Saves a LOT of trouble
Jul
24
answered DHCP server does not work with 2 router
Jul
14
awarded  Yearling
Jul
10
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
2
accepted Has the use of sudo changed in Debian 7?
Aug
2
comment Has the use of sudo changed in Debian 7?
@MichaelHampton thx. This seems to be the issue. Could you post this as answer? Mystery tough how my path has changed after the upgrade...
Aug
2
asked Has the use of sudo changed in Debian 7?
Jul
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
29
answered Simple Email Server for POP3 Access
Jan
29
comment Installing phpmyadmin on debian
does your apache user have access to the /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf file? what is the output of apache2ctl -S ? did you restart your apache after phpmyadmin installation ?
Jan
29
comment Windows 2008 R2 migration to XenServer 6.1
And windows server backup will make sure all my data is preserved (I'm not really used to working with windows so I am not familiar with the tools)? I can not afford to lose any data. So I should install a clean VM on the XenServer and then restore using windows server backup ?
Jan
29
comment Windows 2008 R2 migration to XenServer 6.1
I have tried different approaches. First I tried using XenConvert 2.5. This failed into creating the VM. Now at the moment I try to clone the disk to the VM disk. (physicly connecting the disk to the server, mount it in the vm and make a disk clone using clonezilla). This seems to copy all the data correctly but gives me the bluescreen.
Jan
29
asked Windows 2008 R2 migration to XenServer 6.1
Nov
29
comment Problems with SSH
are you 100% sure that the key is transferred correctly ?
Nov
29
answered Routing between two networks on linux?
Nov
29
answered Troubleshoot port forwarding. Could it be ISP blocking incoming connections?
Nov
22
comment How to delete cached temporarily credentials for a network share on a Windows machine without rebooting or logging off
but have you specified the password also on the command line? like net use \\share /u:domain\user password? This can also be done. another option is net session \\ip.of.server /delete
Nov
22
comment How to delete cached temporarily credentials for a network share on a Windows machine without rebooting or logging off
did you try using the net use with the password on the command line also ? I know this is not secure but it might overwrite the caches password. I'm not on a windows machine right now so I can't test
Nov
22
answered How to delete cached temporarily credentials for a network share on a Windows machine without rebooting or logging off