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Real Name: Chris Francy

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The Technology Service department, in addition to supporting the staff at NWESD, provides network support services to 35 K-12 school districts in Northwest Washington region.

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comment Chrooted user can't login with SSH
I am still can't login via ssh. why would you think that you would be able to login with ssh/putty? You have set a force command to only permit sftp clients.
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comment Most secure reboot-to-restore solution?
I really wish the desktop computer as a hypervisor, with the visible OS as a VM would get more support. That seems like it would be the best solution. A minimal secure OS underneath that high secured and hosting your user environment as a VM.
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comment Microsoft Office Standard 2010 Not activating with KMS Server
The output of cscript C:\Windows\System32\slmgr.vbs /dli all would probably be useful.
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comment Poodle Exploit - Disable SSL v3 on a website specific basis
@sebix If you are using Per-IP hosting, then the name passed after TLS has been negotiated shouldn't matter. It seems like it would be useful to have different bound IPs or ports with different TLS settings.
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answered SSH tunnel (port forwarding) slow down a lot my mysql queries
Oct
16
comment SVN+SSH file permissions and login
Look at your filesystem permissions on the SVN repository. Does everyone have read/write access to the files in the repository? Filesystem access happens as the user.
Oct
16
comment SSLProtocol: Illegal protocol 'TLSv1.2'
Maybe I missed something, but why are you trying to explicitly add tlsv1.2 if you start with all? Isn't that automatically if your system supports it?
Oct
15
comment open all traffic on the pptp interface iptables
Are you sure the name of the interface is pptp and not something like ppp0?
Oct
15
comment Proper SSL config for SSL - Apache2 ignores DocumentRoot
You might want to remove that +SSLv3 given the recent announcement.
Oct
15
comment How to rout only ftp packets to a particualr interface ppp0 from eth0 in Linux
Multiple route tables.. lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html
Oct
15
comment How to check all RDP connections from central server
Setup a Remote Desktop gateway. Run all access to the servers through the gateway. Your data will be in the logs.
Oct
15
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
14
comment Load Balancing over multiple ISP connections
BTW the proper solution is to get a real network allocation, and work with your ISPs and get BGP setup and get true multi-link setup not something that is hacked together on top of NAT.
Oct
14
comment Load Balancing over multiple ISP connections
Think about it a bit, how are you expecting this to work at layer 2,3? How are you expecting traffic to be able to bounce between links? In the typical setup the Source address seen by the remote system is going to be the WAN address assigned to one of your links.
Oct
13
comment systemrescuecd 4.3.1: parted cannot inform kernel of change
Are you sure the drives were not in use? Not mounted anywhere? Did the volume have LVM or a software RAID setup on it? Sysrescuecd will try to auto-start those. You need to stop any your RAID/LVM. Have you tried lsof -n | grep /dev/sdd?
Oct
13
comment Cost of server for a tech start-up
serverfault.com/questions/384686/…
Oct
11
awarded  openvpn
Oct
10
comment SSHD on Cygwin: can't connect as “root” from a Linux box
You seem to be connecting to the server just fine. You probably need to check the logs on the SSH server next.
Oct
10
revised SSHD on Cygwin: can't connect as “root” from a Linux box
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