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Article by Craig Beck
So, you're experiencing issues on your network and you've decided that you need to perform some tests to determine whether your cabling is good. You're likely thinking that you may need to spend money which you probably don't have on hiring/purchasing a cable test tool, or even a cabling tech if you're not sure where the issue lies. That can be expensive, especially if you have to get someone to site quickly to help diagnose an issue. Did you know that if you have a Cisco switch-based...
Article by William Fulks
One of my clients has a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet that originally shipped with Windows 8.1. The machine is configured with the NetMotion Mobility VPN client so that users can connect back to the office and access their desktop and files from anywhere that they can get a wireless connection. Recently, the client requested that our IT department upgrade the Surface Pro to Windows 10. The first attempt to install Windows 10 via Windows Update failed. It reached about 75% progress and...
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Answer by Cliff Galiher
Question: We migrated from Windows SBS 2003 R2 to Windows Server 2012 R2 recently. For some reason , Folder Redirection became enforced. We noticed some users especially the laptop users had Folder Redirection kicked in. Although removed via the Group...
Answer: There is a setting on the folder redirection policy to redirect to the local profile." That is how you instruct machines to stop using a server folder. Otherwise persistence still kicks in. Removing the GPO is not enough.
Answer by Bing CISM / CISSP
Question: There's a company that can monitor click traffic on my site and tell me the zip code and company name, O/S and other details. How can they do this? How can someone take an IP address and device id and figure all this out?
Answer: > There's a company that can monitor click traffic on my site did they add some "agent" or "tracker" code on your website? > tell me the zip code and company name, O/S and other details. per your current IP visiting the site, they can...
Answer by Predrag Jovic
Question: Hi, experts, When summarizeing these routes, 2001:AB9:0:5::/64 2001:AB9:0:6::/64 2001:AB9:0:8::/64 I think 2001:AB9:0::/48 is the summarized route. But is it possible to summarise 2001:AB9:0::/60 ? if not , why ?
Answer: 2001:AB9:0:5 - 0010000000000001:0000101010111001:0000000000000000:0000000000000101 2001:AB9:0:6 - 0010000000000001:0000101010111001:0000000000000000:0000000000000110 2001:AB9:0:8 :...
Answer by LockDown32
Question: Say, we've set up a VPN connection using the built-in network connections tab. When we connect to the VPN, we connecting fine and have full communication between the remote network & server but, the server which has a fixed, public IP address...
Answer: I am not sure I understand. It goes back to direction. If you are the client and you check "use gateway" on the remote system your internet will go out the gateway on the remote. If unchecked it should go out your Comcast at home. As a rule you...
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