Hello guys! My computer screen is broken so I need to migrate all my GSA projects to a new computer. How can I do this?
I’m a newbie in the system administration. There are tons of tutorials how to make port forwarding using your home router. So I can easily make SQL Server, installed to my computer, available outside by forwarding everything that comes to the router port 1433. Router:port 1433 –> Computer with SQL Server
But how to do that if I do not have a router (or access to it)?
I have an Azure VM with IIS (I host a website there). I have another Azure VM with SQL Server on it (this another VM is on the LAN with my VM with IIS. I do not have access to the VM that makes the routing for this LAN.
So my task is to make SQL Server available via internet to specified IP address using IIS.
There are tons of videos how to make url forwarding for IIS and no articles or videos for PORT FORWARDING.
Task: I have an address (blabla.dididi.com). I want to call it on port 1433 and get access to SQL Server installed to the computer on the same LAN. IIS:port 1433==>SQL Server on another VM
Could you please give me a link to the article or video with detailed instructions on how to do that? Or write the answer with detailed instructions. Thanks.
I’m developing a WP site on a raspberry pi, but due to the pi the development process is very slow (i.e. lots of wait time). If I just download and export the wordpress folder on the pi can I somehow run this on another computer?
I have a Kindle Fire HD that I’d like to use as my character sheet for a Pathfinder game.
What’s the best way to go about doing this?
In Microsoft’s SQL Server documentation on Windows service account configuration, the decision to use either a VA (virtual account) or a MSA (managed service account) hinges on whether
resources external to the SQL Server computer are needed
What exactly does this phrase mean here? I’m seeking an explanation that makes sense to an ‘accidental DBA’ with minimal experience of SQL Server, or Windows Server, configuration. What counts as a ‘resource’ here, and what kinds of ‘need’ are relevant?
Context: I have a fresh SQL Server 2019 VM on Azure, which was configured with VAs out-of-the-box, and I’m trying to decide whether we need to switch to using MSAs. I have found multiple other questions concerning this same documentation page and/or the same basic decision between VAs or MSAs (or regular AD Accounts) – but none really explain this specific phrase in a way that helps me apply it to my particular scenario. Which is essentially a data warehouse use-case: data will be coming into this SQL instance from external sources, but that’ll be managed by a third-party DW automation application running SSIS scripts, not directly by the SQL engine. (This application has its own AD service accounts.)
Whilst I’ve explained my specific scenario here to try to clarify the question, I’m keen for a generic answer so anyone with any SQL Server use case can evaluate this "resources external to the SQL Server" phrase for their needs. Specific answers for my use case are also welcome.
My computer has 2 CPUs, each with 8 cores. However, when using parallel operation, only 8 cores of one CPU can be called. How can I set it so that 8 cores of the other CPU can also participate in the calculation?
In a noiseless channel can frames in the 2 layer of OSI model(Data link layer) reach to the destination out of order?
*I am studying from Computer networks 5 Edition of Andrew S. Tanenbaum
Can we share USB flash drives on a computer network?
Example : USB flash drives connected to a local Windows/Mac/Linux os machine is part of the computer network. The contents of the USB flash drives to be shared with other computers.
Can this be implemented?
I was watching a YouTube video on how computers were becoming a rage in the ’80’s in the first world countries. At 11:57, the user has programmed the computer to turn several appliances at his home on automatically in the middle of night. Similarly, at 13:58, the man uses voice commands to turn his lamp on and off. I want to know how (and if) I can achieve these tasks (especially the first one) using a modern day pc/laptop. I have seen several videos where people use Arduino or Raspberry Pis to achieve this. I want to know if I can bypass these devices.
Side Note: I am a beginner in programming but can write Python scripts to automate some of my stuff.