When we are in daily contact with a law firm that has a half-built website with no Priv-Policy, non-working links everywhere, under-construction banners on 50% of the site and one link to a "...buy-valium-online..." page with no context.
What are you even doing guys? Who would trust this kind of crap?
Why do we demand to hand out static IP addresses with a DHCP reservation? I know it's more flexible but we have to manage every router/equipment change for every single customer.
Aaand now we've got some device somewhere statically assigned with a different customer's IP. Guess what we can do about it? ...Nothing...
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So I've been toying with NodeRed and I want to try my hand at building an MQTT controlled garage door opener. The 2 openers we currently have are too bulky for the motorcycle and really inconsistent.
Telling me that NAT'ing and port forwarding will not work with your $2,000 software does not reassure me that this investment is worthwhile.
Also "Yeah you can delete the whole app pool as long as the root directory is correct in IIS." would indicate to me that you are making this more complex than it needs to be.
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