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I'm a Systems Administrator. Whoo!


Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Jan
10
revised Copy ssh keys from one server to another server
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Jan
10
answered Copy ssh keys from one server to another server
Feb
16
answered Site to lookup what Windows License Key allows?
Feb
16
answered Unable to install Kaspersky anti virus 2011 on XP
Feb
16
answered Lost Administrator Password for Windows 2003 R2 Enterprise Server
Feb
16
comment Cannot delete a folder in Windows 7
Ah, I just noticed that at the bottom. Are you an administrator on the machine you're doing this on? Is this machine a part of a domain?
Feb
16
answered Cannot delete a folder in Windows 7
Feb
15
answered Am I reading this trace correctly?
Feb
15
comment BSOD - Now no internet, always “Identifying…”
What.. router are you using to have this; Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address. . : 169.254.203.247(Preferred) Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0
Feb
15
revised What can I use in eventtriggers.exe place on Windows 2008?
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Feb
15
answered What can I use in eventtriggers.exe place on Windows 2008?
Feb
15
answered control panel under Windows 7 will not load?
Feb
9
answered Close SSH connection
Feb
2
answered Require password after screen saver
Feb
1
comment What software can I use to decrypt a Mac OS X password hash?
@mackenir Interesting. The only other route I could think to go is to create a new Admin account which would still be way easier than attempting to break a hash ----- Line 1: mount -uw / (there is a space between -uw and the /) Line 2: rm /var/db/.applesetupdone (there is no space between db/.applesetupdone) Line 3: shutdown -h now (reboot will also work) -- source: alittlepieceoftech.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/hackbit-hack-a-mac
Jan
31
comment Does hard drive cache size matter in a RAID?
Understandable! I'd say if there isn't a huge price difference, go with the higher cache, but if there is (and sometimes there is) I wouldn't bother. You aren't going to notice much of a speed difference if you're just using it as storage.
Jan
31
answered Ignore the DNS settings from my hosting provider?