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Why Microsoft Can't Afford To Let Novell Die

sethadam1 Re:They had some decent products. (215 comments)

And NWAdmin - 10 years later - is still more robust than Active Directory in its default format.

more than 4 years ago
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The Smashing Book

sethadam1 Re:Everyone receives his/her book (51 comments)

My Christmas order took about 40 days. That sucked. You should really make it clearer on the website that the order will ship from Europe.

more than 4 years ago
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Why Do We Name Servers the Way We Do?

sethadam1 Re:Slashdot (1397 comments)

Except if a hacker gets in and reads the NETBIOS names of your servers, so they know exactly which ones to spend their time hacking. ...which is exactly why cutesy names make sense. Because no one should be able to run a simple scan of your network and be given a map of your servers.

more than 5 years ago
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Average Web Page Size Triples Since 2003

sethadam1 Narrow band? (241 comments)

I think you mean baseband. O, what ever happened to networking essentials?

Narrowband is the opposite of wideband, meaning a signal that spans many frequencies.

The opposite of broadband, in this case, is baseband.

more than 6 years ago

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