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I asked a question on Super User, then realised it was more suitable for Server Fault so asked there instead and got a great answer, but the question on Super User is still open.

I recognise I should have asked on Server Fault first so that's my bad, but how do I close my Super User question?

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Just click the delete button under the post. Alternatively, post a link to the question and I'm sure people here will promptly help with voting to close it for you ;) – Lix Feb 1 '12 at 14:24
Thanks all, didn't see the delete link! – JMK Feb 1 '12 at 14:36
For future reference, do not post the same question on more than one site - flag for migration – Simon Sheehan Feb 1 '12 at 21:45
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If it hasn't got any answers yet, just delete it yourself (you can do that for questions without upvoted answers). To get it closed you would need to flag for a moderator. But in this case there is not really any advantage to keep the duplicate on a different site, so I would just delete it.

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Flag it for moderator attention and explain what happened. A link to the question on SF wouldn't hurt.

Or, you know, click the "delete" link.

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