Eric Schrombeck

Eric Schrombeck

A mostly self-taught computer prodigy, Eric handles the local domain for SingleHop, utilizing a wide assortment of MSFT technologies, along with multiple workstations. When it comes to more advanced jobs for our clients using Microsoft software, Eric is the go to guy. He also deals with general support line everyday, and has considerable, although he'll admit not the best, Linux knowledge as well.

Articles by Eric Schrombeck

Feb 10, 2010
Eric Schrombeck

While not a common necessity, I thought it would be a good idea to bring up the availability of clustering in Microsoft’s SQL Server with Singlehop. This is a technology that is available from us for both SQL Server 2005 and 2008 and is an excellent way to ensure near 100% uptime for your database […]

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Sep 8, 2009
Eric Schrombeck

Microsoft’s Hyper-V has been around for a little over a year now, and in that time it has proven to be quite a stable hypervisor. This is excellent if you are looking to reduce hardware costs by consolidating many machines into one, or if you would like to resell virtual private servers to your own […]

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Jul 7, 2008
Eric Schrombeck

It happens all too often. I client calls us and tells us they just deleted a folder or a file that was extremely important, usually for a presentation that is to be made in no more than 30 minutes. Now, if they have backups on our backup servers, that is fine, we restore the file […]

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Jun 6, 2008
Eric Schrombeck

Microsoft Silverlight is a new powerful web content language designed to compete directly with Adobe Flash. It has all the same features as Flash, aside from the ability to use 3-D acceleration on the client computer, but does have an advantage in its ability to interact directly with web page content outside of itself. It […]

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May 22, 2008
Eric Schrombeck

There are two different firewall options included with Windows, and with your Windows Dedicated Server, the one you are most likely aware of is the standard Windows Firewall, and then there is the basic firewall that is located in Routing and Remote Access. Since most of you won’t have a need to enable RRAS, I […]

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