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Browser IP failover?

I hve read a bunch of the answers here and most of them are dealing with round-robin DNS (RR DNS), but I have a different question. If at the DNS level I am resolving to say 3 IPs in a specific order, ...
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Does Authenticator Timestamps in Kerberos Tickets from Active Directory have Microsecond Granularity?

We have a problem with false positives in Kerberos replay detection. It happens more often than we would expect. Our KDC is Active Directory. I have come to suspect that the timestamps in the ...
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VSphere Client - Console missing bottom and right of screen

I just recently installed ESXI on a server for some basic tasks, but now I'm having a problem with my windows VM. The thing is, the bottom and the right-hand side of the screen go beyond what the ...
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bad localhost resolution on linux [closed]

$ dig @127.0.0.1 localhost $ dig @127.0.0.1 localhost. ;localhost. IN A ;; ANSWER SECTION: localhost. 604800 IN A 127.0.0.1 ;; AUTHORITY SECTION: localhost. 604800 IN NS ...
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We don't own our Custom TLD domain name and that is our local domain name

I currently started working for a company that has made a boneheaded mistake and I am looking for the least painful way to correct it. Before I started, they named their local domain using a TLD ...
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Remote server RDP resolution

I have a remote 2012 R2 base server in the cloud, I am running some scripts that are very dependent on the resolution. When i connect via RDP and record my mouse actions everything is fine, but as ...
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Issue accessing website on internal network

Been working on this problem for a while and have had no luck so far... Environment: Server 2008R2 AD & DNS (DHCP supplied by router) Static IP with 127.0.0.1 and router IP as DNS Host ...
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DNS Public sub domain resolution

Hypothetical question about DNS sub domain resolution- I work at a firm, whose address 209.153.206.5 resolves mycompany.com. Assuming I have a block of 5 IP addresses and map an address of 209.153.206....
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Resolution of public domain server internally

I have an issue with my users internally not being able to resolve the public namespace internally. I use domain.local as my internal namespace and domain.com as my public namespace. However I cannot ...
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Hyper-V and custom resolution

I know this question has been asked many times (here and on TechNet), and the answer is usually "use RDP". But apparently, RDP is now the only option, and it's what I'm using. My screen is an LCD TV ...
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Email address resolution

Hi : What is the minimilistic way to setup multiple emails (for domains I own) to all resolve to the same central email address ? I know it is easy to use email-forwarding with typical domain server ...
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DNS problems on CentOS fresh install

I'm having some DNS issues on a new box I'm installing with CentOS 6.2. I am able to look up names using nslookup, dig, or host. I am able to ping machines by name or by IP address. However, when I ...
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CentOS6 - Display resolution

I used the Display menu to change my resolution settings. Now I chose a setting too small by accident, but I can't revert because the screen is so small I can't click the append button to enlarge it. ...
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openvpn client: force a host resolution to a given IP

Is it possible on the client side to setup the client.conf file to resolve a particular host/domain to a given IP. For instance, domain.tld resolve usually from the Internet NS to 1.2.3.4 host ...
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DNS resolution problems; dig SERVFAIL error

I'm setting up a couple of dedicated servers, and having problems setting up my nameservers properly. One of these is a LEMP server (LAMP with nginx in place of Apache), and the other will function ...
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set headless ubuntu linux display resolution

We bought a small box as our server and we installed ubuntu linux. We don't plug any display to it, instead, we remote desktop/vnc to the server (using TightVNC). However, the display by default is ...
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Multiple IP Addresses Resolve to Windows Share

I'm running a linux firewall with an SSH server, that allows me to connect to a Windows PC behind the firewall (IP 10.10.1.45). I use PUTTY and the Microsoft Loopback Interface to connect to the ...
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How to fix windows 7 dns override of local hosts file?

I ran into the following problem under Windows 7: name resolution uses the result from a DNS lookup instead of using what I have in my local hosts file. This is different from previous versions of ...
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How exactly does the DNS protocol work? [closed]

I've had a good look at Wikipedia's article on DNS, and got a somewhat broad overview of how the process of resolving domain names works. However, I was having a bit of trouble understanding the ...
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How to Run vnc4server on Ubuntu in Certain Resolution?

There's a headless Ubuntu instance used as a host for our build server. I have some UI code that requires some graphical output. Installing a vnc4server and redirecting a DISPLAY to it worked like a ...
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Do glue records in non-circular dns-lookups speed up domain resolution or not?

Doing a lookup for my domain on http://www.intodns.com/ I noticed theese two messages: In Parent section: DNS Parent sent Glue The parent nameserver g.gtld-servers.net is not sending out GLUE ...
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Server resolves to correct IP when using FQDN but incorrectly when using shortname

Win2k3 environment using WINs server resolves to the correct IP when I use the FQDN, but resolves to a different IP when I use the shortname. I've tried resetting NetBios cache and purging/reloading ...
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Automated Syslog Error Solution Finder

Any automated syslog solution finding frameworks? I want my central syslog server to email a list of problems, their severity and suggested solutions. There have been several questions about ...
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Windows Desktop Randomly Switches Resolution

Once per log in a specific account, Windows XP is switching to 800x600 and 8 (looks like) bit color. It then after a few seconds switches back to the regular settings. This, so far, has only happened,...
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VPS DNS Resolution problem

I've recently moved from a shared hosting to a VPS at vps.net but I think I might have broken it already! I have domain.com and domain.net. I have setup DNS records for both to point to my server. ...
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“Official Practice” in setting up a domain environment

Here's our scenario. We have two machines, Machine A is a Windows Server 2003 SP2 machine that is setup as the Domain Controller. Machine B is a Windows XP SP3 machine that is to be joined to the ...
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How to resolve hostnames on a Windows-Linux residential network

My student residence just got its new wired network. It used to be wires across the balconies and going through the building windows, but now it's a professional one. I'm still managing the "local ...
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Setting the right screen resolution for Ubuntu

Under "Screen resolution" in Ubuntu, I don't have my screen's native resolution (SyncMaster 226BW). What's the right way to make Ubuntu detect it? Udi
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How can I render html at high resolution? [closed]

I want to create high-quality prints of a website, for a publication. Screenshots can get very gritty when printed out, for no good reason. Embedded bitmap images can't be improved of course, but ...