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I'm a generalist Systems Administrator. I design and implement systems that rely on Linux and Windows servers, wired and wireless networks, storage of all types, and insert_buzzword(); I like Chef and Ruby, but long walks on the beach get sand in my shoes and that's not okay.

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awarded  Good Answer
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revised If I virtualise a server on my machine, can I access it in a browser?
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answered If I virtualise a server on my machine, can I access it in a browser?
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answered Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator file preview in Windows Explorer
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comment How can I recover my accidentally-deleted Windows 7 boot partition?
If no one puts the above comments in Answer form below I'm totally stealing it as per: meta.serverfault.com/a/1931/9770 =)
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answered Install VPN client issue
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revised How to telnet to find all computer name in a network?
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comment How to telnet to find all computer name in a network?
@KMC What you describe of McAfee's bahavior is the same thing that Zenmap can do. Something is preventing Zenmap from behaving correctly. Perhaps it's not being run under the proper credentials or a firewall is blocking it.
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comment Remote Office IP Privacy on Personal Computer
@John You're correct: no matter what device you use, as long as the traffic passes through the router, there is the potential for the traffic to be reported to your employer. I don't know if they do, however it's possible. They would be able to see the hardware MAC address of the devices, and could take into account the difference between the work machine and a personal machine. However, all of this is speculation. Just assume that all traffic is monitored regardless of device. That's certainly the easier way to do it from your employer's perspective, so assume that's what they do.
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answered Remote Office IP Privacy on Personal Computer
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answered How do I fix boot.ini without a CD drive?
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answered How do I extract all the external links of a web page and save them to a file?
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comment How do I fix boot.ini without a CD drive?
Is XP booting on the USB drive or did you install it on a local hard drive from a USB drive?
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revised How to telnet to find all computer name in a network?
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answered How to telnet to find all computer name in a network?
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answered FTP with caching support
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revised Permanently delete files from a flash drive
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comment Permanently delete files from a flash drive
Governments use shredders for data destruction. A hammer is a high velocity shredder. If someone needs to be told to break the chip and not just the plastic shell, they need more help than a Q/A site can give them. Also, no one mentioned governments until just now, so that's a bit of a goalpost shift.
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awarded  Nice Answer