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Jun
22
comment Changing maximum file size of vhds
possible duplicate of How do I change the size of a VHD?
Jun
22
revised OpenSSH login on Ubuntu
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Jun
22
answered Server setup - Removing unnecessary Ubuntu 10.4 LTS packages
Jun
22
comment ability to see free/busy detail information for conference rooms in Outlook 2007 and Microsoft hosted Exchange solution
This site really isn't that well suited for asking questions like this. This site really is for questions from system admins to system admins. You, and consequently us are so far remote from the actual configuration of the systems that it is hard to give you a useful answer. Under some conditions Exchange/Outlook may operate the way you describe.
Jun
22
comment How do I audit changes made to our servers, routers, etc.?
On a slightly related note you might want to review you documentation systems and logging systems. Perhaps people are avoiding creating docs because your documentation system is painful to work with.
Jun
22
comment How to use Ubuntu PPTPD as Gateway?
You'll probably need to start by renumbering something so you don't have the same subnet in 2 places.
Jun
22
comment Is it possible to have a machine behind a firewall AND have a public IP address?
But where you looe me is that you seem to imply that you cannot put public IP address behind low-end routers/firewalls. As an example it is pretty easy to put public address space on the of something as common as a Linksys wrt54g. Just replace the firmware and configure as needed. The most difficult part really isn't configuring the device, it is more difficult to get the address space.
Jun
22
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Jun
22
comment Is it possible to have a machine behind a firewall AND have a public IP address?
-1 I am sorry, but I would class any Linux solution as frequently being used in non-enterprise networks. You can very easily route public addresses through the firewall. Or what do you think the DMZ interface/network typical in all Linux solution is doing?
Jun
22
answered Is it possible to have a machine behind a firewall AND have a public IP address?
Jun
21
comment RAIDing Logical Partitions
You shouldn't need to create the partitions on the other drive. If you just choose add mirror Windows can create the partition out of free space.
Jun
21
comment OpenVPN & Juniper SSG-140
Where there any error messages when trying to make the openvpn connection from Colorado on either the client or server? Can you bump up the error logging on both sides to be more verbose?
Jun
21
comment RAIDing Logical Partitions
How where they setup in a RAID? Does that box have a RAID controller, or was it a software RAID?
Jun
21
comment Can someone explain to me in simple terms rather or not i can boot my pc from a virtualbox created drive?
2) may be possible some day in the future. 'They' are working on bare metal hypervisors for the desktop. It just isn't ready yet.
Jun
21
comment Can someone explain to me in simple terms rather or not i can boot my pc from a virtualbox created drive?
For virtual box just copy the vdi file to the new location and setup a new VM and use that file.
Jun
21
answered Limit RDP by HostName (not IP)
Jun
21
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Jun
21
comment Is brand-name NAS overpriced?
RE: your comparison. Keep in mind that WD recommends that you not use the green drives in a RAID.
Jun
21
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Jun
21
comment Linux DHCP 2 networks
Why do you have two separate subnets? What are you trying to gain by doing this? It isn't clear from your diagram. Does the 'router' have two separate interfaces inside, one for 192.168.1.0 and one for 192.168.2.0 or one interface with both networks? Do you have multiple switches one for each subnet?