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reviewed Approve Build Docker image with cache on build server?
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comment Sending a Maintenance Message to Citrix Xenapp Users via Powershell
Just one server.
Dec
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comment Sending a Maintenance Message to Citrix Xenapp Users via Powershell
Well I am not going to do it for you ...
Dec
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answered Sending a Maintenance Message to Citrix Xenapp Users via Powershell
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reviewed Approve Access network share without mapping drive letter (PowerShell)
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comment What are the implications of having two subnets on the same switch?
@KevinWheeler VLAN offers zero authentication mechanisms. Here's a SANS paper with a longer explanation: sans.org/reading-room/whitepapers/networkdevs/…
Sep
11
comment Single AD site needs alternative DNS records for two hosts in AD integrated DNS
hahah ouch. Looks like you do need a quick and dirty solution then. I bet you've been pulling your hair out. Sounds like the GPO for the hosts file is a good interim solution.
Sep
10
comment How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
Again you'll have to deal with file locking (especially in the case of things like 3d animation files). So iSCSI would probably not be appropriate here. Better to ensure that you have a redundant file server and fast LAN speeds to the desktop. You can also shovel off the rendering to a server farm. Seen this in production before.
Sep
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comment How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
Also check out this question; serverfault.com/questions/81723/…
Sep
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comment How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
It just depends on NIC speed, switch back plane throughput, how many disks you have, what your workload looks like, etc. Are you talking about running iSCSI traffic directly to the clients? This is an interesting proposition, but I don't think you'll be saving too much bandwidth by doing directly attached iSCSI storage to the clients. Are you having issues with latency?
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comment How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
Nope. Only the operating system knows where the data goes. The SAN is just there to accept iSCSI information from the server.
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answered How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
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revised How Data Moving in Storage Area Network
Cleaned up the first question for clarity.
Sep
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comment Single AD site needs alternative DNS records for two hosts in AD integrated DNS
"Tokyo can talk to Toronto and New York, but not the data centre." What is stopping you from creating routing rules in NY and Toronto to allow Tokyo transit into the Datacenter?
Sep
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reviewed Reject How to NFSv4 share a ZFS file system on FreeBSD?