The existing answers are excellent, but I think we need to be honest with the poor OP about this. A long time ago, SF used to have an explicit mission statement that it was for and about professional sysadmin. We had a close reason that said
Questions must be relevant to professional system administration. Server Fault is dedicated to professional system and network administrators. End user and enthusiast questions are off-topic (contact your system administrator or hire a professional to help you out).
This went away and was replaced the with the anodyne pair:
Questions on Server Fault must be about managing information technology systems in a business environment. Home and end-user computing questions may be asked on Super User, and questions about development, testing and development tools may be asked on Stack Overflow.
Questions should demonstrate reasonable business information technology management practices.
Opinion is divided about why it went away. But at least some of us hairy old-timers felt that SE management was upset about the "unfriendly" reputation SF was getting, because we ruthlessly closed-out questions that were from people who clearly needed a sysadmin, rather than people who were sysadmins.
The problem is that management can mess about with the language all it likes, but it can't make us want to provide an endless flow of free sysadmin help to people who have not yet learned their basic professional skillset. At least some of us didn't, and still don't, want to do that.
So instead some of us, myself included, use the two new close reasons above as Sekrit Kode (tm) for you're trying to do a thing no professional would do and/or you're trying to do a thing in a way no professional would do it (those two are related, but importantly different).
I agree that there is no way some poor person who's wandered in can know this history. I agree that a disservice is being done to people who get their questions closed for reasons which aren't really those stated. I feel that you, Ryu_hayabusa, are owed an apology because you've got caught in this particular crossfire (though your attitude in the comments above is very poor). I just don't agree about whose fault it is, and who owes you the apology.