The Old Servers

The Old Servers
Server

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I think together they may have equaled 200mhz, but they worked great as web servers and file servers at the time. They both ran Windows 98 like no other.

Server Closet SSL 2

Server Closet SSL 2
Server

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The SETI@home server closet, seen in the Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA on June 20, 2010. Taken by a Nikon D40x at ISO 400 with a Nikon 18-55mm non-VR kit lens. (at 18)

Note date: there have been additions, deletions, and a re-arrangement done since!

Join
setiathome.berkeley.edu/
and you’ll be talking to several of these servers! (…and several in a room down the corridor, that there is no room for in here…)

Western Digital Caviar Green 2 TB Desktop Hard Drive WD20EARX

Western Digital Caviar Green 2 TB Desktop Hard Drive WD20EARX

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  • WD Caviar Green hard drives reduce power consumption by up to 40%.
  • IntelliPower – A fine-tuned balance of spin speed, transfer rate.

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Siri Server and iPod Touch 4G Siri Port Update

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Server Bookshelf

Server Bookshelf
Server

Image by matski_98
Take one old server.
Attack with screw driver and hammer late on a Friday afternoon.
The result is a stylish bookshelf. I’m currently in negotiations with Ikea to produce more. ;)

Qnap TS-419P+-US 4-Bay USB 2.0 NAS Server

Qnap TS-419P+-US 4-Bay USB 2.0 NAS Server

  • CPU Marvell 6282 1.6GHz
  • DRAM 512MB DDRIII RAM
  • Flash Memory 16MB
  • HDD 4 x 3.5″ and 2.5″ SATA II HDD
  • HDD Tray 4 x hot-swappable tray
  • LAN Port 2 x Gigabit RJ-45 Ethernet port
  • LED Indicators Status, LAN, USB, eSATA, HDD 1, HDD 2, HDD 3, HDD 4

QNAP 4-bay iSCSI NAS, Hot-swappable Marvell 1.6GHz CPU, 512MB DDRII RAM

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What is the best print server to use for windows server?

Question by mattmo91: What is the best print server to use for windows server?
I have a laser printer that I want to connect to our server to make it so everybody can print to it from Terminal Services. I have looked at several print servers made by linksys, d-link, etc but everyone says they have problems with setup. Can anyone suggest a good, reliable print server? Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by freedom_has_few_friends
Without knowing the model of printer you are using, I would suggest trying to determine if the printer has an internal print server add-on you can buy. In the world of HP printers, these are usually branded as JetDirect print servers. They do cost more, but in my experience these work the best and have the fastest throughput. I haven’t found the print servers you mention to be difficult to set up; the problem with them is they sometimes lock up and they may limit print speed on larger print jobs.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Servers

Servers
Server

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Just a few of the servers I use at work.

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Managing iOS Devices with OS X Lion Server

Managing iOS Devices with OS X Lion Server

Learn how to use Profile Manager, a feature included in OS X Lion Server, to configure and remotely manage iOS devices (including iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch) and Macs running Lion. With this eBook, you will learn how to use Profile Manager’s web-based tools to configure user settings for services such as Mail, Calendar, VPN, and Wi-Fi; define passcode settings to prevent unauthorized access to data stored on your users’ devices; and remotely wipe devices if they go missing. The Profile Manager uses the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS), so you can immediately push configuration changes to your devices, as long as they have some kind of network connectivity. Why do all the work yourself? Show your users how easy it is for them to use the self-service web portal to download and install the configuration profiles you’ve carefully crafted for them, and how to remotely lock or wipe their own devices without your intervention. This eBook includes the knowledge you need to configure your Lion Server to be an Open Directory master, use an appropriate SSL certificate, provide Profile Manager services, and perform basic troubleshooting.

Learn how to use Profile Manager, a feature included in OS X Lion Server, to configure and remotely manage iOS devices (including iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch) and Macs running Lion. With this eBook, you will learn how to use Profile Manager’s web-based tools to configure user settings for services such as Mail, Calendar, VPN, and Wi-Fi; define passcode settings to prevent unauthorized access to data stored on your users’ devices; and remotely wipe devices if they go missing. The Profile Manager uses the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS), so you can immediately push configuration changes to your devices, as long as they have some kind of network connectivity. Why do all the work yourself? Show your users how easy it is for them to use the self-service web portal to download and install the configuration profiles you’ve carefully crafted for them, and how to remotely lock or wipe their own devices without your intervention. This eBook includes the knowledge you need to configure your Lion Server to be an Open Directory master, use an appropriate SSL certificate, provide Profile Manager services, and perform basic troubleshooting.

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