So a couple of my clients rely on a single server that hosts their domain, user documents and one SQL database application.
I currently have a file based backup solution but want to have some other type of backup that would secure their system in case of total failure.
What would you guys...
I would check the wifi card physically. It won't void your warranty. There should be a panel on the underside you can take off to get to the card. Make sure its seated well in the slot and the antenna cords are hooked on real good.
I used to have these in my office till we tossed them in the dump.
3 out of 5 units had blown capacitors on the motherboard.
I'd also swap memory sticks.
Lastly, try installing Windows 7 via USB stick instead of DVD.
Crashplan PRO Enterprise.
You'd install the PROe Server then install the clients.
Here is the catch -- no VMM backup support for now (they are working on it).
It doesn't do image based backups, only files.
Consider it because its easy, affordable and very scale-able.
I've been having great success with Cradlepoint routers.
Look up the MBR1200 and MBR1400 models.
I really like how smooth the failover is. When a connection goes down it switches within 3-5 seconds.
Lots of options, VPN support and has a great GUI.
Ah ok, so look for an option that lets you enable Keep Alive. Usually you'll have 2 options with PPPoE, On Demand and Keep Alive. Choose keep alive and see if that keeps the disconnects from happening.
Possible? Maybe? But not likely happening to your friend in this situation. If he is concerned that his phone has been compromised by some kind of software or malicious app than delete it or factory reset the phone.
Can you go into more detail about how his PC was hacked?
Backup cable/DSL line won't work because in all of the locations there is only one high speed provider available (comcast, sudden link, time warner, cox, etc). No DSL.
Also my experience with dual wan routers has been very poor. Any suggestions?
Cell phone signals as these locations seems to...
Anyone seen or used these?
I just installed one for a client and am now looking into implementing them for a restaurant chain.
They need to have a backup internet, failover setup and these things seem to fit the bill.