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Aug
20
comment Unable to “open” services for Windows 7 32 bit anymore
Probably talk with your IT department.
Jun
8
answered Two devices cannot ping each other through WiFi
Mar
11
revised Windows Server 2012 Essentials Migrating Profiles
SF comment is no longer relevant after migration to SU.
Mar
11
suggested approved edit on Windows Server 2012 Essentials Migrating Profiles
Mar
4
comment How to achive a pull / backup / archive task with rsync?
@mpy - yes, good point. I do typically use a trailing slash myself.
Mar
4
answered How to achive a pull / backup / archive task with rsync?
Jan
16
comment How can I save my JBOD “files” when moving from Windows Home Server to Windows Server Essentials 2012
Restore from backup?
Dec
29
answered Unable to resolve dynamic IP for home web server
Dec
11
comment Configuring zsh in OSX to auto start processes
This sort of thing really shouldn't be handled by your shell. Look into screen multiplexers, like GNU Screen or tmux. These can easily be configured to do what you are asking about, and as an added benefit, you can start a long-running process, then detach from that window, then re-attach later if needed.
Nov
1
comment Data recovery from a RAID1 disk
@Francesco - you recover from a backup.
Nov
1
comment Data recovery from a RAID1 disk
"The device has only this 1TB SATA disk, and it seems it is using RAID1" If it only has one drive, it's not using RAID1. Just restore from backup.
Oct
7
comment How can I have a server even if my ISP blocks incoming requests to my IP?
Get a real ISP. As written, you're on a residential, consumer-grade ISP. Put a server in a local co-location facility and you'll have no issues.
Sep
23
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Jun
8
comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
This is off topic for SF.
Jun
8
comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
One additional point. This may not work due to your ISP blocking ports. You're at home, on a residential connection.
Jun
8
comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
Well in your question, you sure didn't let on to that fact. To allow traffic to IIS from the web, you'll need to set up a port forward. Keep in mind, though that after doing this, you'll still need to use the private IP internally, as it's highly unlikely that your router supports hairpin NAT.
Jun
8
answered How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
Jun
6
comment What tool can I use for scripted text manipulation?
Not a plugin, but Augeas comes to mind.
May
3
comment internet Explorer 8 manage addon pop disabling
This is off-topic here. It'll likely get migrated over to SU shortly, though.
Apr
25
comment Is there another default address than 192.168.1.1 for WRT54g routers?
You're going to lose all of those connections. If that's a big deal, then find another computer to use for configuration of the router. There's really no way you're going to get around this.