Depending on how you have the networking setup. If you are using passthrough and your vm's are getting it's IP from your home router, then just run it on the vm. If you are doing some vmware NAT stuff, where you ahve a private network inside your host and your host server is assigning the IP's...
we have 6 vm esx servers right now. We run a lot of small utility servers on distributed between two 8 core, 24 and 16 gb ram, on a FC SAN. Things like, anti virus servers, blackberry server, some web servers, test environments etc. They are invaluable for testing environments. You can clone a...
Mine used to, wanting me to drive down to Chicago to tour thier offices, asking how my weekend was etc. But when I got a bunch of vmware quotes from him, and then decided to bundle it with the dell servers i bought, he's only been calling like once every couple months, just to keep in contact. I...
here is how i see it...
Associates - gives you just the education you need. No 'filler' classes for 1/2 your time in school. Expect to make less initially and to have a harder time to find a job though, because those extra 2 years of filler can mean a lot to the HR dept or the manager who is...
#14: Never under estimate a managers desire to look good regardless of what is right, and what is even fscking technically possible.
i.e. "The CEO wants to get his email while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, I told him it could be done. See what we need to do."
splitting it and having a decent firewall or 2nd router in place on your private network should keep any worms at bay.
but yeah, worms can get acrossed subnets, they spread on the internet if they couldn't.
you can definately find PCI cards with external antenna jacks, just about any linksys will let you hook up a different antenna with the right connector.
You can find some pretty high powered exterior mountable antennas.
put one on each end of your link, and you should be pretty good...
I would also like to see this...
from my understanding wpa/wpa2 is uncrackable with a random character passcode over 22 characters. Like all the computers on earth needing more time than the age of the known universe to crack.
go wired, wireless can be ok, but if someone fires up a microwave around it, could drop out.
as far as media goes, i have a p2-400 serving videos and music on a 100 mb switched network and haven't run into problems.
here's my script for rebooting citrix servers...
change logon /disable
msg * /time:180 You have 3 minutes to save your work and logoff before the server restarts.
rem net stop cpsvc
rem net stop spooler
del /q %systemroot%\system32\spool\printers\*.*
whoops, missed that part.
I think the only way to use that 2nd AP is going to be to hardwire it to the first one.
you could give it the same ssid and security info, and it shouldn't a huge problem, maybe where the signals overlap might cause some trouble, but you could always just setup 2...
i believe that in XP sp2 and w2k3 you cannot connect via remote desktop with a user with a blank password. You might be able to change that via policy, but honestly, do you want a winxp machine exposed on the internet with no passwords necessary to connect?
I would create a user on the target...
it all depends on what you are using it for.
Like at work we have some cisco AP's that run about $650 each with the lowest antenna's.
But those can handle up to 16 different wireless lans, and they are centrally managed with a wlan controller.
but then there are the lower end $50 ap's that...
(This is based in a windows 2k/2k3 machine)
you could assign shares to each folder, within the properties restrict access to each share to an account on the server, give the user accounts unique credentials, give the user account info to only the person you want to have access to the...
yeha, all the AD/dns stuff is weak sauce.
the wsus might be a little more strenuous simply because it's a database running in the backend.
The rest of the stuff is pretty low power.
We have a couple 2950s and yeah, they are good machines.
There is crap service with both products.
personally, I don't think there is much difference other than the rated speeds.
All i know, is that in my area, for the price of 1.5Mb dsl, i can get 8Mb cable.
on our dell servers, it's all handled automagically by the raid controller. But, you can only troubleshoot the beeping and track rebuilds if you have installed the management software. There isn't anything native in windows that will do that part for you.
The problem is that the wifi alliance has just started to certify N wireless.
So right now, no one really knows what is compatible and what isn't.
Once two things are certified, then there should be no problems with them working together, but until then, it's a shot in the dark to say what is...