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comment deny access gust to .css and .js files in my website
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comment forget my old password. how can i recover that
@Zoredache It's also possible for AD passwords to be stored encrypted rather than hashed (GPO option), and if there are old cached credentials on a machine somewhere, you could conceivably find them and crack them. Maybe. If the stars align.
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answered forget my old password. how can i recover that
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comment mongo shard has high number of faults, but top shows only 8% of memory used by mongod
@AdamC Okay, I've been in a similar situation with a MongoDB instance and it was the Linux host not freeing up cached memory. Something like free && sync && echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches && free fixed it up. Here's more about what that does: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/87908/…
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comment Unable to connect to telnet server
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comment HP NC364T on CentOS 7
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comment Can you use powershell to “spin up” new VM instances
A question asking for teh codez is even less helpful.
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comment Sending mail from AWS
@Stony You won't need to wait because you're not changing records, you're adding records. What's your domain name?