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  1. I have had success with them. Sounds like one somewhere really ruined your day/week. Just got to use RED WD drives man. If shes uploading from clients to on premises I would recommend an actual server, but you need a decent internet connection. I would also recommend proper security on your edge as well for anything facing the WAN. Too many unanswered questions.
  2. It depends on your NIC with what you will see with Wireshark from what I understand. I seen something like this a while back. It was a newer Microsoft Virtual Adapter from the creative update sending wireless display packets. My firewall was able to determine what device was hogging the bandwidth. It was right when a botnet went viral and I freaked out. Good luck hunting.
  3. I am using UBNT products for a few solutions like this. These will carry half gig if done right. Then all you have to do is run some CAT6 Outdoor. Shop around for prices links are just for reference. You have to do LiteBeam with LiteBeam though. So if you do a LiteBeam AP do a LiteBeam Station. LiteBeam is cheap has a good amount of throughput. 250 ft isnt nothing for these. AP on gateway: https://www.neweggbusiness.com/product/product.aspx?item=9b-0xk-000w-000p8 Station: https://www.neweggbusiness.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIV0PT4FP7049&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleBizMKPL-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleBizMKPL-PC-_-pla-_-Network+-+Wireless+AP%2FBridge-_-9SIV0PT4FP7049&gclid=Cj0KCQjw9afOBRDWARIsAJW4nvxU2wqDpMjW9ttkiuq2PiZ1KezmFo9nEk9W7BUS61-gGlVkniYnxYkaAmVEEALw_wcB Cameras: https://www.neweggbusiness.com/product/product.aspx?item=9b-0xr-0090-00014 POE Injection: https://www.neweggbusiness.com/product/product.aspx?item=9b-0xp-000a-00002
  4. What are you guys using for storage now? Have you considered a NAS onsite? Images are going to saturate your internet if you constantly move images back and forth. Im not a big fan of online storage other than backups. If you invest in the asset and have your storage on premises you'll be much happier. If you really want to invest in asset there is always a SAN. I guess we would need to know a bit more like amount of data, amount of employees, your internet speeds, and what your budget looks like.
  5. If its not too late to addin here. Fortinet. If you go Fortinet and have questions, PM me. Addin: And Aeah OP 2016!.... still..... Fortinet.
  6. Late post hope this helps: -Veeam -Onsite NAS - send VM's to the NAS - Get a 2Bay cheap one. -Cloud Veeam Cloud Connect to an offsite datacenter - Like PhoenixNAP. There is a ton to choose from.
  7. Im sure youve already done this, but just wanted to see if your domain had TLD of .local, and if it caused any problems?
  8. Just thought I would throw this out there: Mega offers bug rewards and is up to the challenge. Below is the link to the rules https://mega.co.nz/#blog_6 Game On!
  9. There is only one way of booting a Windows 7 / Windows XP install from my knowledge. You can only have one Windows installation on the drive. Follow this tutorial: Take the file structure and place it on your drive. Next open the menu.lst it generated on your temp thumbdrive and paste it into your menu.lst. Good Luck.
  10. numb3rs


    Where do I find the kernel and the initrd? Im trying to create a menu entry for freeBSD
  11. Like many other OS's Windows will expect to find some structure on the root. You can only have one Windows OS per partition, but can call from multiple partitions in your menu entry. http://www.msfn.org/board/install-USB-WinSetupF-t120444.html That link will take you to the tool you need in order to create the proper structure. It will also create your menu.lst entries. It supports XP to Win7. You will need to install the second OS on a separate partition. As far as TRK and BT4 you will want to do some reading in the threads in order to catch up on how to structure those in order to work properly. title Kon-Boot map --mem /konboot.img (fd0) map --hook chainloader (fd0)+1 map (hd1) (hd0) map --hook rootnoverify (fd0) is my KB entry. I have renamed the img and its located on the root of my drive, it works fine a client forgot his PW the other day and it worked. Note: it does not work well on Windows 7 for me.
  12. You can now use winsetupfromUSB to add multi OS's, im trying it out now then modding to make me happy.
  13. Not sure if anyone answered this question, I didn't read through so sorry if I am creating an echo here. You cannot use VirtualBox because Sun's Virtual Box does not support booting from USB. I tried a few work arounds mounting it as a floppy and still got nothing. I looked into it and Sun doesn't plan on adding the support because there is not large benefit from the time it would take to implement it.
  14. Here is my build I am working on. DarknesS-black theme, black solid wall for now, sidebar is conky customized. Weather widget still needs work, may rm it. I did have a transparent terminal but it became annoying at times. I got the extra effects on making the widows jello-ish in movement which is pretty cool. I still want to add my external IP for sure.
  15. Has anyone tried my method I mentioned for windows XP on the mutipass? I still have not gotten to it. Sorry to be lazy. Just had a baby (well she did..... I don't think I could), and I am in the middle of a full quarter in school. When I say ill get to it later, I'm talking like in 5-6 weeks LOL. You can try it though. It works on a single USB stick using grub legacy. I don't see why it wouldn't work with extra menu entries and data. Heres a copy of my post from episode 5x24 thread. Actually I got a solution... it involves placing content on your root. I have not tested this yet but it should work. HOW TO: Go watch my tutorial on YouTube showing how to create a WinXP bootable thumb drive with winsetupfromUSB. This 3rd party software uses grub4dos also so the restructure and .lst contents should be able to transfer right over. After you're done with that copy the contents of your bootable drive over to your multipass root and use this menu.lst entry title Windows XP/2000/2003 Setup- First and Second parts root (hd0,0) configfile /winsetup.lst savedefault You will also need to create a new .lst called winsetup.lst that you can see the entry above is calling. Place it on the root of your drive also. color black/cyan yellow/cyan timeout 10 default /windefault title First part of Windows XP Professional setup root (hd0,0) chainloader (hd0,0)/$WIN_NT$.~BT/SETUPLDR.BIN savedefault 1 title Second part of Windows XP Professional setup root (hd0,0) chainloader (hd0,0)/NTLDR savedefault These menus are obviously customizable like your menu.lst also so enjoy (Where is that wannabe sexy picture of Bill Gates at again for my Windows Menus???biggrin.gif ) Now that I'm thinking about it you could really organize your menus with sub-menus and graphics if you wanted to. Hmm.... Let me know if you try and it works I wont get to it till later. BTW the timeout is short [10] you may want to extend them, and while rolling through the installation you don't need to babysit it, the menu selection will change itself over from first part to second part automatically. I think there might be a way to turn this into unattended I'm not sure yet, ill look into it later. GLHF
  16. Some GRUB2 references I have found: http://michael-prokop.at/blog/2009/05/25/b...-iso-via-grub2/ http://www.panticz.de/MultiBootUSB https://wiki.edubuntu.org/Grub2
  17. ok children settle down. I wonder if he going to ask for the money... I bet not.
  18. Yes you can. title what title you want root (hd0,0) configfile /yoursecondlstnamehere.lst savedefault place the secondlst.lst on the root of your drive.
  19. I cannot get it to boot from ISO either. I dont think its possible but some claim it is. Try using Then copy the entry it creates in the menu.lst to your .lst make sure to grab the second lst it creates! Be sure to copy the entire USB structure to the root of your multipass, besides the menu.lst.
  20. Here is how I have it... map --mem /konboot.img (fd0) map --hook chainloader (fd0)+1 map (hd1) (hd0) map --hook rootnoverify (fd0) ...and the img is on the root of the drive.
  21. agreed. It almost appears to be sarcastic don't it.
  22. Edit: admin please remove double post here.
  23. @ Hretsam Did you successfully install any OS from just calling the ISO? I got BSOD every time I tried.
  24. That is actually really impressive critical thinking, and would be great to see. Something like that would be really efficent. With cloud computing starting to come into play I could completely see this happening. Someone just needs to start working towards it but I do not see VMWare developing it themselves anytime soon. If they do I sold my shares way too soon. I'm going to split your decade and call it a five year wait. With some of the processors and RAM advancements being ready to be released it is defiantly a possibility in the near future. All of the advancements are rolling out pretty fast.
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