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asked How would a CARP virtual IP defined with the wrong subnet mask manifest itself?
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comment Is there a way to completely suppress SSL-related warnings at the OS level on Windows or at the browser level for any major browser?
Ah okay, now we have an idea... I can see how to make that work going FROM the source TO the virtual machine I am using, but if I am stripping SSL or playing with the certificates, won't that make it impossible for the sender to handle the message on the other side when i send, say, some updated config values
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comment Is there a way to completely suppress SSL-related warnings at the OS level on Windows or at the browser level for any major browser?
@rubynorails that's awesome information. it is very much helpful to me!
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comment How bad is it to run Exchange 2016 on a Windows 2012 R2 domain controller for a small organization with assuredly fewer than 25 users?
@JamesRyan not a troll question, and that's not true. The OS takes up memory, you know that. Exchange + OS memory requirements are strictly greater than Exchange memory requirements.
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comment Is there a way to completely suppress SSL-related warnings at the OS level on Windows or at the browser level for any major browser?
SSL is often the default protocol for many an open source project administration suite, Windows-based "role" service, etc.
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asked Is there a way to completely suppress SSL-related warnings at the OS level on Windows or at the browser level for any major browser?
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comment How bad is it to run Exchange 2016 on a Windows 2012 R2 domain controller for a small organization with assuredly fewer than 25 users?
@KatherineVillyard +1 I wish you would answer with that information or a bit more, that's kind of what I was looking for more of... the specific implementation details that break Exchange or break AD DS when on the same machine.
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accepted How bad is it to run Exchange 2016 on a Windows 2012 R2 domain controller for a small organization with assuredly fewer than 25 users?
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comment How bad is it to run Exchange 2016 on a Windows 2012 R2 domain controller for a small organization with assuredly fewer than 25 users?
@Iain I think I made that pretty clear... I want to know why it is not best practice and what can be done to mitigate the negative effects.