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Apr
23
comment What are the best practices for NIC teaming in Server 2012 R2? Broadcom or Windows software?
How is your team configured? LACP, Hyper-V Port, something else? What are you trying to achieve with your team? Fault tolerance, link balancing?
Apr
22
comment Effect of firewall on virtual machine
What Hypervisor? The type of hypervisor would matter her a lot.
Apr
22
comment IPv6 connections from outside the LAN are timing out; what is blocking the connection?
Just because you have a public address doesn't mean that people can get to you. Stateful firewalls can easily permit outgoing traffic, while blocking incoming traffic.
Apr
22
revised Network scanning scope limited in Windows Server 2012
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Apr
22
comment Network scanning scope limited in Windows Server 2012
WINS helps with cross-subnet name resolution, but it doesn't do anything for the browse lists (network neighborhood). I do agree that WINS may be useful here though.
Apr
22
answered Network scanning scope limited in Windows Server 2012
Apr
22
comment Control OpenVPN's publicly visible IP Address
I saw, I even just added a comment about how to properly display the nat table.
Apr
22
comment Control OpenVPN's publicly visible IP Address
The correct way to see the nat table is iptables -nL -t nat. You don't need to use iptables-save for that.
Apr
22
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Apr
22
comment Copying files / permissions to another server without SMB?
Preseeding for DFS-R is extremely picky about having ACLS/Ownership and so on be exactly right. I would be extremely hesitant about relying on rsync/cygwin for this. A mistake with a DFS-R preseed will make a extremely huge mess out of things.
Apr
22
answered Control OpenVPN's publicly visible IP Address
Apr
22
comment How I do to run only a software in more than one computer?
Something like this would take specialized software.
Apr
22
answered Copying files / permissions to another server without SMB?
Apr
22
comment Copying files / permissions to another server without SMB?
I kinda think you need to tell us more about your actual problem here. Your last paragraph really doesn't make a sense in the context of the rest of your question. OK, you don't have network level issues, how does that relate to you wanting a non-SMB tool to transfer data?
Apr
21
comment Does NT5DS time synchronization have any place in a mixed Windows / Linux environment?
I believe clients(member computers0 can sync with any DC, and DCs sync with the PDC Emulator. The PDC emulator should be configured to be an NTP client and sync with good external sources of time. But like you, I don't really have a good link to the supporting documentation for that.
Apr
21
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Apr
21
comment Does NT5DS time synchronization have any place in a mixed Windows / Linux environment?
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21
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Apr
21
answered Does NT5DS time synchronization have any place in a mixed Windows / Linux environment?
Apr
21
comment Setting timeout for cron jobs
No it can't. at least not with the implementation I had when writing this question. The new version in coreutils has the s suffix. The version I had on older Debian systems didn't.