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bio website renoitp.com
location Reno, NV
age 28
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Sep 10 '12 at 17:08

IT Professional in the Northern Nevada area. Specializing in Windows-based solutions for the home, SOHO, and SMB. Diving head first into the cloud using AWS, and managing to stay afloat. When not doing that, I'm steadily expanding my knowledge of home automation systems.


Jul
21
awarded  Yearling
Apr
20
comment How to use multiple localhosts
Did this help you, System?
Apr
20
comment DD-WRT - VPN tunnel with access restrictions
What are you shooting for here? What is on your home network that you want outside people to connect to? A computer? A file server? A media server?
Apr
20
answered DD-WRT - VPN tunnel with access restrictions
Apr
19
comment How to use multiple localhosts
Yea, there's no integration of the two. They're separate, fully contained web server platforms. I'm wondering if he has a site running on port 80 in both platforms? That would cause one or the other to not function.
Apr
19
comment How to use multiple localhosts
The listening ports would be defined in IIS as well. The modifications to the hosts file would have no bearing on that. (PS - It just dawned on me the A in XAMPP) :)
Apr
19
comment How to use multiple localhosts
You do see that he said at the top of his question that he is using IIS right?
Apr
19
comment How to use multiple localhosts
I said IIS or something similar. He's running a Windows OS, so there's really no reason to download an extra tool when IIS is built in.
Apr
19
answered How to use multiple localhosts
Mar
28
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
7
comment Unbootable Windows 7 Enterprise partition
Oooh, fancy. :)
Mar
6
awarded  Teacher
Mar
6
answered Unbootable Windows 7 Enterprise partition
Feb
10
answered Windows 7 Games folder very slow: it takes several seconds to open Games or to select a game
Jan
21
comment Does windows 7 automatically restart the WSEARCH service after I stopped it?
You're going to have to disable the service, or it's going to automatically restart. It's like the Indexing service of XP.
Jan
6
answered Windows XP system clock is always 5 minutes late