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Sometimes we need to create many DNS records in a short time. Using DNS Management console is not very convenient and fast method because you need to create each records separately by hand. I will show you how to do that using simple scripts based on:

Windows DNScmd command
Using DNSShell module for Windows PowerShell (really great module)
Using native DNS cmd-lets in PowerShell 3.0

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ImDisk is a virtual disk driver for Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 or Windows Server 2003/2008/2012. It can create virtual hard disk, floppy or CD/DVD drives using image files or system memory.

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The idea is that the cost of a link doesn't actually have to be 10 times as high just because the link is 1/10 as fast. In fact, this default behavior implies that it is better to go through a succession of 10 FastEthernet links rather than use a single Ethernet, which is probably not true in most cases. So a useful alternative strategy is to use the square root of the bandwidth instead of the bandwidth when calculating the link cost.

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The following list of questions/vectors can assist in troubleshooting Layer 2 discard issues. They have been of help to me in the past on more than one occasion.

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This is possibly the best formatted question I've seen on Server Fault. This standard does not mandate any particular distribution algorithm(s); however, any distribution algorithm shall ensure that, when frames are received by a Frame Collector as specified in 43.2.3, the algorithm shall not cause a) Mis-ordering of frames that are part of any given conversation, or b) Duplication of frames. The above requirement to maintain frame ordering is met by ensuring that all frames that compose a given conversation are transmitted on a single link in the order that they are generated by the MAC Client; hence, this requirement does not involve the addition (or modification) of any information to the MAC frame, nor any buffering or processing on the part of the corresponding Frame Collector in order to re-order frames. There is no particular algorithm specified, only a compliant behavior defined.

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By and large, most of the services APIs and tools you’ll find on the web which are meant to be interactive will be either SOAP, RESTful or a PHP/Forms based service. The goal of this post is to give you an example of how to use each of these standards to interact with the various systems you may run across.

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