What often causes confusion is the perception that somehow your question is being judged as 'not important' - please trust this is not the case. Your (unpaid, volunteer) readers (the users of serverfault) have been promised (by the founders, the mods, and the high rep members of the community) that the questions on the site will be filtered & edited so as to provide content that is reusable (will hopefully benefit people with the same problem in the future) as well as answerable.
My suggestion is that you dissect your larger problem and attempt to post distinct, answerable questions that will hopefully give you a better understanding of the problem, once answered.
The question you linked actually has multiple questions within it. Long-time users of SF know that this will lead to a long & confused Q&A session that benefits nobody. Trust me, I've posted this kind of question, myself - then gone back and pared the question back (or just reposted a newer, simpler question) because nobody was interested in answering my monstrous lump of non-understanding.
I hope that clears things up a bit.