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PuTTY alternative on Windows: better saved session organization
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If you're looking for something similar to a remote desktop connection manager but for SSH connections, you can use the PuTTY session manager.

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Is it possible to grant Read-Only Access to all Event Logs on Domain Controllers
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It's definitely feasible, depending on if you're running Server 2003 SP1 and newer or not. If so you can modify some registry settings that allow specific access to Event viewer as well as apply local ...

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Localhost works, but mysql doesn't
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First i'd suggest you reference where you got your MAMP build from for local root passwords as they default them to something generally. Also in MySQL you usually have to list a database that you are ...

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Network Administration and Auditing Tools
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To answer the part about finding out what your environment consists of you could try out Spiceworks. It's a network crawler that will go out and scan the PCs on the LAN and report back OS versions, ...

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How to find apache PID for child processes on windows?
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I'd suggest Process Explorer. Microsoft acquired sysinternals that originally created it along with other great products a lot of us System/Network Admins love, pstools.

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Single vs dual sticks of RAM, for dual-CPU system
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This will vary on each situation depending on the motherboard. Generally, or more recently rather, the sticks will interleave to form a dual/triple channel. Meaning on the side for CPU1 you'll have ...

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VPN Gobbles default connection
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Since you didn't list your VPN client this may or may not be an option, but you can enable local network access. I had this same issue you had with a Cisco IPSec VPN connection.

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Add webserver to existing network
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As far as an OS i'd check out the Turnkey solutions. LAMP setups are all packaged nicely together so that you don't have to install each individually. This is probably exactly what you are looking ...

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Running my own Dynamic DNS server
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If you already have a host somewhere for yourdomain.com, they usually provide a dynamic dns feature in the toolset. I know bluehost does (because i actually do what you are trying to do). It works ...

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Setup windows share on Ubuntu Server 10.10
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This should help you get it all configured and setup for a workgroup.

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How to automatically collect HP server service tag from datacenter?
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There is a tool for this exact question you have asked. It's called HP Systems Insight Manager, coupled with SNMP/WMI protocols and a small server-side client it will make your automation processes ...

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Microsoft Group policy isn't pushing Citrix profile policy settings
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Resolved this issue by finding a corrupt group policy being applied. Was able to reproduce this in a test server within the no policy OU/container.

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XenApp will not "stream" published applications, but will run "installed applications"
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If your streaming to client desktops fail, the XenApp Plugin for Streamed Apps running on XenApp can virtualize the application on the client device. Alternatively, you can opt to always stream ...

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Hypervisor to have VMs for users logging in/out of the host machine?
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So you want to publish desktops to these users when they login to your server? IE: Server A is giving users 1-4 a seperate desktop/session each. You can use a class 1 hypervisor (like xenserver or ...

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Does Windows try to look for IPv6 AAAA records even when it does not have a routable IPv6 address?
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I'm not sure this article is the answer to your question exactly, but it may be a good reference when your talking about mixing IPv4 and IPv6 with DNS.

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Process that sent SIGKILL
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Exit code 137 references a time out signal. Read this page on exit codes and signals I'd also suggest looking for the OOM issue in the /var/log/messages folder.

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How to implement Windows Single Sign On for Tomcat in IIS
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Apache has some documentation on LDAP authentication with Tomcat. I'd say take a look at this.

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Creating a self signed cert. to be used on an externally hosted site
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Is this on a windows hosted server or linux? I don't see this being a problem, but you will find that the browser will throw a fit. Either way take a read at This if you plan on using an apache/linux ...

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Production and test environment systems on a single physical server
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Take a look at VMWare player and stand up some VM's in that. Give them an IP and you got yourself a nice little self contained test environment. I'd strongly suggest another set of hardware, but you ...

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Alternatives to retrospect
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I know you have been running retrospect on a windows based box, but how opposed are you to loading it with a Linux flavor? I'd suggest you take a look at this. Bacula is pretty powerful and is a super ...

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SQL server port is blocked on client machine
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Sounds like the proxy is preventing anything to go through the 1433 port for SQL Server. The way i'd suggest opening the port would involve going into the firewall and opening 1433, but you said it's ...

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Server with a full disk! What can I do?
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I second madhatter with a df -k output. Also, i'm not sure how Amazon EC2 works in these types of cases, but i'm sure more storage is an option.

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Using logical operators in lighttpd.conf
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Try -o for logical OR. Try -a for logical AND. Also reference this page for some more operator commands in *nix. report back and let us know if that works!

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Force Juniper-network client to use split routing
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I hope i understand your question, you are VPN into a client but cannot access your XM or other sites. This may be due to a web filter on their end. I'd suggest, if there is an option for it, to ...

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How to log CPU usage by processes
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You can also deploy nagios for monitoring

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Setup site folders on Apache and PHP
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If i'm not mistaken, Apache has it's own directory of folders it creates when you load it on your machine. You could technically point your Eclipse project folder to there and access it that way. As ...

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Windows Server 2008 RC2 VPN auto connect
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Create a batch file/vbscript that automates a standardized VPN connection with given credentials. You can have the task run at boot so it auto starts. If you have two factor authentication, it may be ...

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How to find infected pc in network
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Depednds really...do you have a firewall or web filter? If so you can start there and see where your bandwidth is being allocated to. You could also sniff the network and find out where a lot of these ...

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