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I'm just a simple IT guy, who does a bit of programming on the side.


May
10
answered Building virtual infrastructure - how to start?
Apr
23
answered How does DNS know who to trust?
Apr
19
comment Bizarre domain/host file/browser issues. A real chin-scratcher
Proxy on the network anywhere?
Apr
7
comment I'm being redirected to a parking site when dns resolution fails
More details available: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNS_hijacking
Mar
29
comment Why can't I use two or more keyboards/mice at the same time on one computer?
@DaniloBargen Good to know. Thank you!
Mar
29
comment Multiple names for the same (local) computer
Editing the hosts file an using host headers is going to be the easiest option overall.
Mar
29
comment Why can't I use two or more keyboards/mice at the same time on one computer?
@DaniloBargen And which mainstream OS is that extension built in to?
Mar
27
revised Rename profile folder on Windows 7/8
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Mar
27
revised Rename profile folder on Windows 7/8
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Mar
27
comment Rename profile folder on Windows 7/8
Step #2 was to rename the profile folder, Windows doesn't do it for you nor will it create the folder, this is why Step #2 is in my directions.
Mar
24
answered Rename profile folder on Windows 7/8
Mar
15
answered What do I do with my SSL certificates after buying them?
Mar
11
revised Dovecot and thunderbird deleting and syncing
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Mar
11
answered Dovecot and thunderbird deleting and syncing
Mar
11
awarded  Custodian
Mar
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Windows Server 2012 Essentials Migrating Profiles
Mar
11
answered Windows Server 2012 Essentials Migrating Profiles
Mar
7
answered Removing All Windows Drivers
Mar
5
answered How can I share a printer on Windows 7 x64 with Windows XP x86?
Mar
4
comment Is there a way to measure an employee's computer usage?
+1 People adapt to their situations. If they're rewarded for looking busy or some abstract measurement, that's what they'll do. If they're rewarded for getting their work done (especially regardless of what they do when they're no productive) then that's what they'll do. If the employee values the entertainment of distractions over the benefits of employment, there's no software that will change the fact that; given their choice they will screw off, and the employer should evaluate the profitability of keeping such an employee. This might sound simplistic, but I eat my own dog food.