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Solusun

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  1. No I was going to contact realtek. F*ck Microsoft they dont care about helping anyone. Anyways where could I look for a trustworthy driver made for my os?
  2. I dont know how to reverse engineer a driver. I also would like to not take it apart and put in a different network adapter. But I will ask them for an updated driver and see if they support solus.
  3. I boot into Solus OS on my Surface pro 4. I connect to wifi. 20-40 minutes later I am no longer connected to wifi. And solus cant find any wifi networks at all. I have to restart and do the same thing in another 20-40 minutes. The only work around I have found is to use my hotspot on my phone and I can normally use it as long as I want. I tried going to the solus forums but they've been down for a while. I'm at a loss I suspect it to be a driver compatability issue in solus. Because it works fine in windows and kali. But idk. If I update in windows will it carry over to solus? How do I update a proprietary realtek driver in solus?
  4. Great thank you guys!!!! I'll give it a shot. Once again we really appreciate all this!!!
  5. Some youtube walkthroughs, setup attempts in a virtual machine if possible just to get used to it. We've been givin 3 months to figure out the server and setup and software if we can.
  6. Actually that's a great idea. I hadn't realized Dell made servers
  7. How long would it take to learn raid and ReFS?
  8. The higher ups are still looking into an IT guy to come in and install and build everything but all of them have placed bids in the 20k for a setup they think is going to be best. We were hoping to save a lot of money by learning and doing it ourselves.
  9. Honestly my manager asked me since I'm the most technically inclined in the office to brainstorm the hardware and systems so they didn't have to bring a professional in. I'll admit I'm at a loss and have nothing in my brain storage about servers or motherboards chipsets or anything to use for them I do know by my estimates that we will need 20 Tb of archival space to store what documents we have and plenty of room for growth for the next 6 years. He said to keep it under 6 thousand.
  10. Those speeds are our incoming network speeds. The ISP is 3 blocks down the road. They offer higher speeds but we didnt think we'd need a faster package. We are running Cat6 to the router right now on a few desktops. We have to finish our move in but we were wanting to figure out the server aspect before we got everyone in here.
  11. Most of the files wont be over 20 Megs but likely 1000 or so of them will be pulled and looked at daily. Our network speed is steady between 3 and 5 Gbps
  12. Also quick question could I use an ssd for a cache device for most commonly read files? Then have that cache cleared after a file is not used for a determined amount of time. Is this a built in feature of windows server 2016?
  13. Also quick question could I use an ssd for a cache device for most commonly read files? Then have that cache cleared after a file is not used for a determined amount of time. Is this a built in feature of windows server 2016?
  14. Wonderful. Thank you for your expertise, advice, time, and quick replies!!!!
  15. The client systems are for sales consultants and will only be allowed to read the archived files. If any updates are to be made to an archived file they will need to be updated, saved, and revised solely by the archive registrar.
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