I'm looking to synchronise my PC with a time server.
Does anyone know of a free NTP server that will allow this to be done (just like in Windows)?
on 12/09/2009 – Made popular on 12/09/2009
I'm finally getting around to doing this.
I'm making a home server running the full version of Windows Server 2012 r2 (free as a student).
The server has been built for a while with a clean install of windows server on it, I'm just now getting to configuring it.
The first thing I want this server to do is to do real time backups of all my pc's and probably sync those with a crash plan account
I need to configure Ubuntu Server to work with vhosts.
I think that problem is connected with my local DNS server which i configured first time in my life :)
In my company we have Windows server with main DNS server, and my Ubuntu Server, Windows administrators don't know anything about configuring DNS Server on linux so i need to do it by myselft (i'm programmer and i'm using linux for l
I just installed Windows Server 2008 in my PC. I planning to use it as personal web and mail server. In the past, I used shared hosting, but since to have big storage means I need to pay more, I decided to build my own server.
In addition install WAMP for the Web server, are there anything else I need? Already own a domain name.
We have a Windows Server 2003 R2 Machine here at work that I need to ensure is accessible only from specific set of IP Addresses. The Server is on a LAN and I am aware that one of the possible solutions maybe limit access to the Server's VLAN.
I have a Windows 2008 server and have 128 GB of RAM. I use it for IBM software which doesn't take more than 3 GB of process space.
The issue is that from time to time, my server runs out of resources (I don't know which resources but I just see error in event viewer) and halts all processing. When this happens I can not even take a remote desktop connection or open task manager.