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In a snafu, this question was moved from SO to ServerFault*, where it will be snobbed and ignored as a workstation question. How can I indicate to someone that it should be migrated to Superuser? On ServerFault I barely have rights to leave a comment, much less mark it for close.

* This is no doubt due to my vague initial question.

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You could flag for moderator attention on SF? I believe you have enough access for that. I can possibly also re-migrate from SO to SU if that would be better. Or you could just ask the question anew on SU and flag (on SF) for someone to kill it.

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Good point, didn't know that, flagged it. Thanks Marc! – Dan Rosenstark Mar 31 '10 at 8:58
On the other hand, if you can remigrate to SU that would be much better. It's not really appropriate for ServerFault. – Dan Rosenstark Mar 31 '10 at 8:59
But then it's still on SF, so that leaves the option of it being sent again to SU or just being deleted. @yar – random Mar 31 '10 at 9:01
Yeah, either way is fine, I just need to get it onto SU where it might be answered. Thanks everybody. – Dan Rosenstark Mar 31 '10 at 9:20

OK, I moved it:

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Thanks Jeff, glad you're not a unicorn. – Dan Rosenstark Mar 31 '10 at 9:38

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