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I have a HPE ProLaint with one of those 200V-240V PSUs so I know I can’t use them on 120V power.
My question is, if I get the 100V-240V PSUs instead can put them in, will that work? It only matters that the input side is rated for 120V and then it’ll work, no?
I know HP bought Teradici and made PCoIP more of a software thing rather than requiring a hardware card.
Is it still worth using for remote desktops these days? I don't think the old hardware cards can do 4k60
I usually tag at the switch port so I haven't seen the vlan thing. I've seen consistent 3.2-3.5gbps from this using it as the iperf3 client and server. That's what I saw STH publish.
I'm just using the marvell driver not the sabrent one.
If you don't follow @Patrick on Twitter you might have missed this gem today related to this article
That's hilarious that Lenovo didn't think to check the BRoll and see that those aren't their servers.
I've tried googling this already but I must be searching for the wrong things.
I'm trying to get functionality like Google Drive and others where I make a direct link that people can use to access a file I uploaded.
There's a direct link, but it says it is only for authorized users. I want to...
I bought a HPE server from an authorized reseller (provantage)
The server works great, and it comes with a 3 yr warranty.
How do I register the server with HPE and get firmware updates? I tried using their support site and I can't find how to do this. I've spent 2 hours on what I've thought is...