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I'm just some guy who tinkers with development on the side, hoping to find a job at it. I've pretty much taught myself everything I know about programming and SQL, so I've got a lot to learn, but I enjoy it.


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accepted How do I configure DNSMasq on DD-WRT when using Active Directory?
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comment How do I configure DNSMasq on DD-WRT when using Active Directory?
Easy to say, but from my post above, "I know little about setting up a DNS server..." I'll try to figure it out, but it will be a few days.
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comment How do I configure DNSMasq on DD-WRT when using Active Directory?
Yes, the router is the gateway, and there is only one subnet. And when it comes to networking, I know enough to get into trouble - no more. ;)
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comment How do I configure DNSMasq on DD-WRT when using Active Directory?
Thanks for the reply. I used to have DHCP and DNS on the server. When I got an email from my ISP saying that I was operating an open forwarder that had been used in an attack, I could not figure out how to not be open forwarding while still using the server for DNS (I'm FAR from a server/DNS expert). That was why I switched to using the router. I did come up with kind of a fix for my current problem - set the DNS server address in my IP config to the server address long enough to add the new PC to the domain, authenticate, and get group policy. Not ideal, but met the immediate need.
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comment How do you get rid of the limit of partitions on the C drive?
This was how I did it when I was running 7 and 8. Now I'm just running 8. Here's the guide I used when I did it, though: hanselman.com/blog/… It dual boots just as if you had set up dual boot on separate partitions.