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Recent comments

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11:36 Tue Apr 26 No need 4 flames... TurnKey Core - Vulnerability
03:48 Tue Apr 26 Sorry don't quite understand... TurnKey Core - Vulnerability
22:03 Sun May 1 Updated Deployment Map TurnKey 13 out, TKLBAM 1.4 now backup/restores any Linux system
18:50 Tue May 3 Domain Controller issues addendum Trust relationship failed
10:25 Tue Apr 26 Thank you. I have thought of Trust relationship failed
19:47 Tue Apr 26 trust relationship fail Trust relationship failed
17:59 Tue May 3 Domain Controller issues Trust relationship failed
10:11 Tue Apr 26 Sorry I have no idea... Trust relationship failed
08:10 Fri Apr 29 Thanks for your input Dan Trust relationship failed
11:14 Tue Apr 26 No, it is no VM. It is Trust relationship failed
08:06 Fri Apr 29 Is this TurnKey? Or even Debian? Trust relationship failed
11:10 Tue Apr 26 The blind leading the blind! :) Trust relationship failed
17:32 Fri Apr 29 Jeremy, Thanks for the TKLPatch for Asterisk
17:22 Wed Apr 27 FreePBX Distro TKLPatch for Asterisk
17:14 Fri Apr 29 FreePBX + Asterisk in a container TKLPatch for Asterisk
07:21 Fri Apr 29 Probably best to ask FreePBX TKLPatch for Asterisk
05:54 Thu Apr 7 A different issue to this thread. TKLBAM VM Backups not updating status
21:06 Thu Apr 7 Solved. Thanks! TKLBAM VM Backups not updating status
16:09 Wed Apr 6 Backups not updating status / Hub TKLBAM VM Backups not updating status
15:39 Wed Apr 13 Dollar sign in names is probably not good with Linux... TKLBAM Choking on $ Directories?