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To map a drive using the Microsoft Windows Explorer:
Windows Explorer maps the network drive, making your Nextcloud instance available
For SSL protected servers, check Reconnect at sign-in to ensure that the mapping is persistent upon subsequent reboots. If you want to connect to the Nextcloud server as a different user, check Connect using different credentials.
Step by step to reset Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2 edition from console:
After replacing an old motherboard with a new one, the NIC is different, has a new MAC address and generally needs a new TCP/IP configuration. However the old NIC is still somewhere there with its designated IP address and the rest.
Question: is it possible to retrieve those settings (most important is the static IP address) for an old network card that is no longer present in the system?
You’ll find your card and their configuration settings.
This article is for sysadmins who know better, wanting to Shut down or Restart (or even enter Sleep) over RDP anyway.
Using Command Prompt
Open a Command Prompt
a. To initiate a Shut down, type:
shutdown /s /t 0
then press Enter Continue reading “Reboot Windows 10 using RDP” »
This step-by-step article describes how to configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Service in Windows Server 2012/2012R2. We will install SNMP service and configure SNMP security.
SNMP Service Installation
Use the group policy settings changes described below to rollback the changes to ‘Vulnerable’ state to allow RDP access.
1. Open Group Policy Editor, by executing gpedit.msc
2. Policy path: Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Credentials Delegation
Run gpedit.msc and expand Administrative Templates Continue reading “Solving A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the Credential Security Support Provider protocol (CredSSP) on Windows RDP” »
If Windows has multiple interfaces connected to several networks that use DHCP, it installs default gateways for all those interfaces.
By default, Windows sets the metric of the default gateways to the same, effectively leading to random selection of default gateway.
If you want to make Windows to select certain gateway always, you can change interface metrics for the interfaces’ configuration you don’t want to use:
EDIT: These instructions are for Windows 7, XP might be different. You shouldn’t be using XP anyway.
Open an administrative level command prompt.
Run the following command:
fsutil file createnew <file> <size in bytes>
For example, this command will create a 1GB file called 1gb.test on my desktop:
fsutil file createnew c:\users\steve\desktop\1gb.test 1073741824
The key is to input the size of the file in bytes so here are some common file sizes to save you from math:
1 MB = 1048576 bytes 100 MB = 104857600 bytes 1 GB = 1073741824 bytes 10 GB = 10737418240 bytes 100 GB =107374182400 bytes 1 TB = 1099511627776 bytes 10 TB =10995116277760 bytes
WorldClient’s web server currently does not support generating certificate requests. If you have IIS you can use its certificate wizard to create the request and import the response. WorldClient will then be able to use it. You do not need to continue to use IIS at that point, you can disable the service and continue to use WorldClient’s built-in webserver.
If you have purchased or otherwise generated a certificate from some source other than MDaemon, you can still use that certificate by using the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) to import it into the certificate store that MDaemon uses. Continue reading “How to import a certificate into WorldClient” »