Beer28 wrote:manually reboot it. Stuff like that is fatal. Also I had opened port 53 for DNS on tcp and within a day DNS was down
Did you also open 53 UDP?
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PerfectPhase wrote: There is a set of COM objects for interacting with VSS.
Has anyone ever used this to create a web front-end for VSS, for remote coders? I could use something like that.
There is a set of COM objects for interacting with VSS.
P.S. I assume you mean 'Visual Source Safe' not 'Volume Snapshot Services'
My Nerdy mates all started talking about 'Over-clocking' ... erm ... why? If your machine is 'turbo-nutter' faster why try and increase it's speed?
hi tensor, that's an example to describe why i feeling .net code is not security as you think,you are like naked when your source code is opened.
triston wrote:Hi there,
i was wondering, is there any possibility for ASP.NET to communicate with Exchanger Server 2003, in order to trigger some events like send email, send calendar or send task??
the place become more and more small.
in unmanaged world, database,multimedia, game, network communication(million thousands clients) ,compiler,even OS all can writen by highly effectively C/C++.
in longhorn, ...what can i say?
"Only The Paranoid Survive"-----Androgrope, intel
i knew what your question meaning,that's MS won't pay off.
the .net won't growing, because there no companies willing to open their important code to others in UNALLOWED situation,MS doesn't,ORACLE doesn't too,as i have mentioned managed code is not safe enough(decompile).
jamie wrote:its seems with scsi - ive always used them and seagate either barracuda or cheetah - but the cheetahs are still small space wise..
ide drives choke when working in layers on 200mb+ images
you may be right though.. 7200.. its been that speed forever now