The most annoying and consistently ignored prompt when using SSH is that stupid “The authenticity of host blah, blah, blah can’t be established” and then a fingerprint that no one ever has or ever will bother to authenticate. Be honest, you’ve skipped this message more times than you can count and just answer ‘yes’ so you can get on with life, right? Maybe it’s time we changed that.
Sometimes, especially on a Small Business Server (SBS) machine, you will run into a situation where having more than one IP address linked to your server is very helpful. This especially applies if you are only using one NIC in your machine and need to address it ‘logically’ by several IPs.