We do have a lot of spiders in Rochester, but there seemed to be a lot in and around the hotel.
We like to call them senior web designers.
Last week Scott set up a new Windows Server 2012 R2 server for me so I could test out some WDS stuff. That thing is blazing. The first thing I noticed was that there was no lag even though the datacenter is in California and I'm in NY. I pinged google in <1ms. I wondered if google was across the street or something so I did a tracert and hit it in 8 hops.
When it came to adding the WDS role, it was weird. I'm used to clicking next and having some time to read a few emails while the progress bar chugs across the screen. I hit next and the bar shot across and was done.
@scottalanmiller can you share some of the details about what we're running on?
got it working. I did the burflags thing. On the server throwing the 13508, I backed up sysvol, stopped ntfrs and changed the registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NtFrs\Parameters\Backup/Restore\Process at Startup\BurFlags to D4 , started ntfrs, and then went to the other two domain controllers.
On them I stopped ntfrs and changed:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NtFrs\Parameters\Backup/Restore\Process at Startup\BurFlags to D2
and started ntfrs.
after a few minutes the logs were clean. I logged in to a workstation and group policy didn't throw any errors.
I haven't ordered from them in a while, but if you have ordered since August, you will want to watch your credit card...
I'm not sure where you got that picture, but it looks like a data guy did that one. Phone guys typically strip the cables way back and typically bring the pairs in from the top and down when the punch them down. On the other hand, maybe that's just a regional thing.
I'm talking about how a combination of taxes and private companies can create healthy competition, while keeping healthcare at a good level and easily accessible.
That's the key to finding the balance.
In the US my tax rate was 52%, that's higher than Finland, and the healthcare coverage was abysmal.
I thought Texas had no personal income tax and the highest federal rate is 37%. How do you figure 52%?
I may be too American, but I refuse to believe that privatized healthcare can ever actually be valid.
Talk to someone who has experienced the VA for healthcare. You will then get an idea of what government healthcare looks like. It isn't always pretty.
Cars SHOULD be priced off of the road.
You've lived in some pretty sparsely populated parts of the country. What would public transport cost in Piffard, NY? I think cars would like a cheap and reasonable alternative to busses running down all the country back roads every hour.