Welcome to the site, my name is Jeff and I have been working in the IT field since the early 90's. Most of what I post here is related to work that I do for the various companies that I have worked for over the years. Please feel free to look around ask questions or post comments (if available).
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It’s been forever since I’ve posted anything, a lot has gone on in my work and family life. I don’t have the time I used to have to tinker around with hosting my own stuff. I had thought about moving my site over to WordPress, but in order to do that I would lose all my custom DNS settings. So I have imported my blog to blogger.com, which was relatively easy, which helped even more. Not a lot else going on, SuperBowl 46 just ended a few hours ago, I’ve got the dishes in the dishwasher and felt it was the right time to move everything.
So I hopped services again, and it’s taken me a bit to get things up and running the way I want them to. The big difference now, I’m hosting my own services, so there was a learning curve for me to get things working properly. This site has been up for a while, but I’ve only recently gotten my subversion site online. The site that caused me the most trouble was my trac site. Turns out my issues had nothing to do with trac at all, but TMG 2010.
SCCM + Dell-ServiceTag = Headache
Well, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything and this will most likely be the last post before I hop platforms, but since the resolution took nearly my whole morning I felt it was worthy a posting. As you know we’ve been rolling with System Center Configuration Manager for nearly two years now and while it doesn’t necessarily follow best practices, it’s been as stable as that product appears to be.
Supporting Ancient Hardware
Today we’ll be working on some moldy oldies! I give you the SGI Indigo, and it’s successor the SGI Octane! Bow in front of their immense glory!
HOWTO: Setup IIS 7.5 to use IPv6
I took the SANS 546 class today, and it got me thinking about setting up my server to respond to IPv6 hosts. Steps thus far are pretty straightforward: