Serverfilter: My office is in the process of migrating to Windows Server 2003 for Fileserving. We constantly have issues with newly created files. Whenever they are placed on the server by a user, the immediately lose rights to do anything with the file. All other users attempting to access the files are also denied. This is just beyond frustrating. Any ideas what is happening and how to fix it? [more inside]
How do you calculate the burden a bit of code is likely to put on the server? Extra points for free and easily understood. [more inside]
How do I make services publicly available behind a private network? [more inside]
Need to find a php script. [more inside]
Am I secure from hacking if I open the router port for remote desktop to our win 2003 server? I will have a good password and limit logon attempts.
Can anyone help me with this? Firefox suddenly won't connect to anything.... I keep getting the following: The proxy server is refusing connections Firefox is configured to use a proxy server that is refusing connections. * Check the proxy settings to make sure that they are correct. * Contact your network administrator to make sure the proxy server is working. Any help would be mucho appreciated! [more inside]
Please help me set up reverse DNS properly for an XServe connected to a network I manage. [more inside]
How do I place my /home directory on an LVM on Ubuntu? [more inside]
Homemade DVD server- Whats the best/easiest/cheapest way? [more inside]
Trying to set up a VPN at a managed office where a third party manages connectivity with an iron fist. [more inside]
How can I aggregate (scrape) email from many different POP/IMAP/web-based accounts to a single server?
How can I aggregate (scrape) email from many different POP/IMAP/web-based accounts to a single server? [more inside]
How can I get a job at a sushi restaurant? [more inside]
WindowsAdminFilter - I've got a small, single controller Active Directory domain comprised entirely of Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition boxes. Things are ticking along nicely, bar one aggravating DNS problem. Namely, the boxes all have multiple interfaces, one of which I want to show up in DNS, the rest of which I don't...but for some reason, I get the address I want, plus a couple (but not all) of the other ones. [more inside]
Converting an old laptop into my first home server - what should I know? [more inside]
What are all the things I need to apt-get, in order to turn my minimal Ubuntu Fiesty Server install into the complete graphical OS? [more inside]
File this under disgusting. A pedophile site is linking to my friend's business site. They've been contacted to take the link down. Is there any other option to block unacceptable linking like this?
Is anyone using a USB wireless NIC on a Windows 2003 server? [more inside]
Help me recommend XServe to my boss and our client. Please share your personal experience with the XServe hardware and software, particularly the GUI tools for service management. [more inside]
I'm going to set up a linux server on a spare desktop I have. I want to share my photos, download torrent files and back up my files. I need software suggestions and also any tips you might have! [more inside]
Help me to fix/setup/keep running a network of 4 computers the easy way. [more inside]
IRCFilter: I'm looking for a quick bit of help on the use of NWNK-IRC. I have several servers that I wish to connect to when I load the program, and several different channels on each server I wish to join. How? [more inside]
OK, so that's how to do it, but should I do it? Should I rip my DVD and/or CD collections to a media server and then import the computer - but not the original discs - to the US, if I were move there? [more inside]
Is there a simple, secure (open source preferably) application I can set-up on my server (dreamhost) to allow my parents a simple password protected webpage they can download (simple right click) the pictures and kids' films I make? [more inside]
I need to buy a server for around $800 ($1000 as an absolute maximum). It will be hosting a website with a (PostGres) database that will start at around 4GB and grow slowly (so would like at least 2GB of RAM). It must be able run Linux, preferably Ubuntu or Debian. [more inside]
Thunderbird filter: I use two different mail servers depending on my isp (work or home). Both have different outgoing smtp servers. While Thunderbird let's me specify multiple smtp servers (with one as the default), it always throws up an error when I am with the other ISP. [more inside]
I'm looking for a server solution that I can stream video to be archived (in real time) for access at a later date. More after the break... [more inside]
I want to build a home server to act as a file store, mp3 streamer etc. Is it possible to do so without destroying the planet? What ultra-low power options out there for use by the general public?
How do I set up a file server on a PC w/ dynamicIP and a client web GUI? [more inside]
I'm trying to install Ubuntu Server on a just out of the box Dell machine. After completing the install the machine hangs (displaying only a blinking cursor), and subsequent attempts at reinstall from the LiveCD result in hangs as well. [more inside]
Our Small Business Server 2003 is dead. We are recreating the server from scratch. We have two surviving secondary Domain Controllers, so the domain lives on, we just need to know what to do next. [more inside]
Is it possible to configure a Mac OS X Server to route incoming and outgoing traffic via two different interfaces? [more inside]
Looking for a new fax server. My company has a linux based fax server (Hilafax) that receives commands via php from our CRM that programs a URL into a standard web browser on our client machines containing the location of the document to fax and the fax number. We have over 100 stations and do a large amount of faxing. The Linux fax program is very unreliable. [more inside]
"server not found" problems in Firefox 2 and IE 7 ... I have recently developed a consistent problem with server not found errors in FF and IE, request will load on a second refresh of the request [more inside]
I think the title explains it all: I'm looking to get a list of all files in a specific directory from a web server- www.site.com/docs/. The thing is, there's an index.htm file in that directory so if I browse to it, I just get the index file. Is there any way to find out the names of all files in that directory, scripting or otherwise? [more inside]
I would like to use the new release of Thunderbird (2.0) with my Yahoo account and am looking for a free SMTP service. I know Gmail lets you use its servers but apparently changes the 'From' field of the message to email@example.com for all messages. Is there any other service that I can use, apart from my ISP's (I shuffle between work, school and home). [more inside]
Help me install Boot Drivers from a CD or in Windows. I don't have a Floppy Drive, but I already have Windows on my Machine. I can't install the Intel Storage Matrix because it doesn't detect the RAID controller in my BIOS, because it is disabled, because I can't boot into Windows when it is enabled. [more inside]
Help me understand bandwidth, servers and net speed in general please! [more inside]
For a friend: I need some ideas about web cam server solutions. [more inside]
I've been using Outlook for years, but I'm looking for a better solution to manage my email accounts and massive archive of messages. [more inside]
I use a laptop at work, where all web traffic goes through a proxy server and is logged. I don't have a problem with that. If I don't change my configuration in Firefox when I am back home, and keep the routing through that proxy server, are they still logging my activity even though I am accessing the internet on my home network?
I'd like a file server. And a print server. And a low-traffic Asterisk server. All running from one box, please. [more inside]
Are there any utilities for windows that continuously read/write to a hard disk? [more inside]
Suggestions for backup solutions for a small daily paper? Long story after the break. [more inside]
Is there a decent antivirus for MS server operating systems that doesn't cost a breathtaking amount? [more inside]
How can I get free web hosting for a few days or a week, just so I can post a message explaining why my web site is gone until I can work out a new permanent server situation? [more inside]
I am a photographer. My photographs are currently on a website that I used to work with but have since had a disagreement. I own the copyright to my images and would like the website to remove them. They are being very slow in their response as removing the images will create very negative publicity for them. I have maintained their website for the last 4 years and have full admin access to their dedicated server. If I log in and remove my images, could I be accused of misuse of computers? [more inside]
Website admin question: I want to put up a website with about 10000+ charts. I don't mind people copying images, but how can I protect against a site sucker barging in, scooping them up, and killing my bandwidth? I wish I could generate a bunch of static HTML pages with simple IMG tags, but I'm guessing this isn't possible. What might PHP have to offer for protecting my content from site suckers?
Best Country for eCommerce HQ [more inside]
I want to sell bits of on-demand data via my home computer and hosted website. What would be a good scheme for doing this without serving up data before it's been paid for? [more inside]
waiter income tax question. Its common practice for waiters to "tip out" a certain portion of their money every shift to support persons. This might not seem like much, but for career waiters, this means an extra $2000+ Is this a deductible employee expense in the eyes of John Q. Tax?