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How can I monitor CPU usage and processes on Windows Server 2012 as a service over a 24 hour period?
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Windows Server has a built-in tool to show performance data in real time or to collect data in logs for later review. I think that this will do exactly what you are looking for. See this article for ...

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Veeam Backup job in two NAS at once
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The is the function of a Veeam Backup Copy Job. It will use the first backup as the source for the second backup. See documentation here Alternatively, you could use native NAS replication to move ...

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Moving domain controller to private AWS subnet. It'll have a new IP address. How will member servers find it?
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In order to answer this I am assuming that there is free routing between the two private subnets (10.0.0.0/24 & 10.0.1.0/24). When DNS servers change IP there are some special considerations. All ...

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RAID 10 Configured in Smart Array Administrator but after install centos 7 show all disks
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HP Smart Array B120i RAID Controller is what some people refer to as 'fake raid'. It is an HBA that relies on Windows drivers to provide software raid. From the manufacturer's datasheet: HP Dynamic ...

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Hyper-V: allow communication between two internal NAT networks
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Each network is effectively isolated behind a separate NAT router managed by Hyper-V, in a similar way that your home router isolates your home network behind a single public IP address. This is how ...

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How can I fake my IP address for local applications?
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There are other scenarios where this is a useful trick and the method I have used in the past assumes a fairly standard internal network behind NAT and will work with any computer with any OS. I will ...

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Plug 10GbE appliance into the SFP+ port of a switch on a 1GbE network
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The "uplink" ports on a Cisco 2960-X switch will work exactly like any other port (albeit with more speed options), and the behaviour will depend on the config applied to the port. If the link layer ...

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How to determine if a public IP address is in a datacenter or home etc
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Every IP resides in a block of IPs assigned to a single entity, either an ISP or an end user. In RIPE (the European IP registry) these blocks are known as INETNUM objects and they are easy to query ...

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Using active directory for user management but not DNS
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This is a problem that can arise and it needs careful planning. It is best practice to use a real existing DNS zone as your internal AD zone. This prevents conflicts with real-world external ...

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Can we configure a DNS Server and AD in two different physical machine to be accessible from a host?
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For correct functioning of AD it is essential that the domain controllers publish all the relevant AD records to at least one accessible DNS server. Most people try to set up more than one DNS server ...

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How to characterize a physical device on my network?
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Discovery at the link layer If you have multiple VLANs then you must have a switch that has created these VLANs and mapped them to ports. a) If you can manage the switches (and this is massively ...

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HP Proliant DL360 G9 with Samsung 983 DCT
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The HPE Proliant DL360 gen9 will accept NVMe devices with the addition of an HPE DL360 Gen9 NVMe 2 Solid State Drive Express Bay Enablement Kit (p/n 764628-B21) or the HPE DL360 Gen9 6 NVMe + 4 SAS/...

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Multiple failed logon event on terminal server
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Starting with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, network capture has been built-in and native to the Windows OS. There is a good blog post to get you started here. You can set up a capture filter ...

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Conflict in IP address of WiFi AP and Ethernet Static configurations
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It sounds like your IOT device is setting up a separate network and is hard-coded to use 172.16.0.1. If this is the case it is only going to work if your ethernet network does not use an overlapping ...

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Configuring two NICs on the same network
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Both computers will have two NICs and two IP addresses. They will be the only computers on the "accounting" network which will have its own subnet. The two subnets must not overlap. The way to ensure ...

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Reverse DNS for public facing servers
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You should ensure that key resources have correct reverse DNS entries. This is especially true of your sending mail servers. You have been given public static IPs probably owned by AWS and ...

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Unable to erase data from old Windows XP PC
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Assuming that this task is in a corporate environment then there are two useful approaches to this problem. The hard disk should be overwritten in a way that is compliant with your security policies (...

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How long is an (accepted) ICMP redirect observed for, and how can I shorten that time?
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The ICMP redirects are cached for the time specified by gc_timeout (/proc/sys/net/ipv4/gc_timeout). Note, however, that that the timeout starts from the last activity, so in some situations the fault ...

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Finding the IP Address of a computer (through a firewall)
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When you perform a ping, you are first initiating a name resolution for the computer name. In modern Windows machines this will generally use 'host name resolution' although in some instances it will ...

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List of open ports for Draytek Router
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Yes. There is a CLI and it can be used to display open ports.  1) enable the SSH interface using the web GUI  2) access the CLI via SSH using the usual credentials  3) use the ...

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Associate DNS name with web server on non-standard port
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You could solve this by creating a web page on port 443 that redirects the client to the new page with the port number (e.g. https://[Public IP]:4430). As @joeqwerty says there is no place for port ...

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Heroku Godaddy site only loading using mobile data
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The DNS lookup for www.eastcottandburgess.com resolves to eastcott-burgess-deploy.herokuapp.com (it is a CNAME). Using a globally distributed DNS checker (e.g. dnschecker.org) to lookup this host you ...

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Empty Lastlogon and lastlogontimestamp
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These values are not updated by VPN access. They are updated by local logon to a domain machine. lastlogon is specific to a DC and not replicated via AD. lastlogontimestamp is replicated but it is ...

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Enable Remote Desktop Connection on SBS 2011 without need for VPN
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This is the purpose of the Remote Web Access website which is a component of SBS 2011. You indicate that it may be set up already, but if you are hesitant there are guides online as to how to set it ...

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Creating additional VLANs on Cisco SG200
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The Thomson (Technicolor) TG789vn supports IEEE 802.1q VLAN bridging according to the datasheet. The Cisco SG200 supports Port-based and 802.1Q tag-based VLANs. So, yes, you can set up what you want ...

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Properly configuring DNS for email sending on multi-domain hosting VPS
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Consider a mail filtering company like MimeCast - they need to send and receive mail for many thousands of domains. Your problem is a small version of their setup. Each MX can happily point to ...

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