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Oct
10
comment What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
OK OK I returned IPv6.. Was just experimenting the effect...
Oct
10
awarded  Custodian
Oct
10
reviewed Approve What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Oct
10
asked What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Jul
12
revised How to get a list of all IP addresses (and ideally device names) on a LAN?
added iOS for it had a version
May
21
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May
21
awarded  Caucus
Mar
3
comment How is it possible for the Root Name Servers to handle all DNS requests?
53 countries? is it a coincidence or they chose it just like the DNS query port?? :D
Jan
2
comment -links option in find command
How would a file have multiple links?? The same data written on multiple files?? I see that many files have multiple links so it is commonly used!
Nov
27
comment What is the difference between Windows Server 2008 Enterprise and Standard edition?
Now in 2012 that link provides no useful information regarding Windows Server 2008!
Nov
5
asked How to archive Exchange mailboxes remotely?
Oct
30
comment Linux - How to manage the password of root?
Actually I like Ubuntu's approach: root has no password!
Oct
19
answered How to get a list of all IP addresses (and ideally device names) on a LAN?
Oct
8
comment Test if an IP is being used in an internal network without using nmap
@joeqwerty You are right, by switched network I meant TCP/IP and that was wrong. Sometimes I forget that there are other than TCP/IP :)
Oct
8
comment Test if an IP is being used in an internal network without using nmap
I think arp is by default found on almost all devices that are able to communicate in a switched network. i.e. you'll find it already installed on most devices AFAIK..
Oct
2
comment How can I block all traffic *except* Tor?
I was just about to ask a similar question :)
Sep
10
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
25
awarded  Critic
Jun
21
accepted Windows domain login to temporary user
Apr
15
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