proper system architect. I think one of the reasons of that is a lack of time among employees.
Moreover the manager is a master of stopgaps.
I was attempting to enable this, but it looks like you have to play with Advanced Firewall settings to allow it to work. Make sure all Remote Desktop rules within Inbound rules are enabled (on green).
Just enabling Remote Desktop Connections from Advanced system setting does not work.
I have noticed that during initial load up Server 2012 fails with some error.
However I have resolved it by using dynamically allocated hard drive image not the fixed size one.
Please search for these events in Windows\System event log:
– 6009, 6005 and 6013
– 1076 for unexpected restarts
This applies to 2008 and 2003 server. I haven’t checked on SBS 2011 or Server 2012
IPv6 stack which is enabled by default for quite some time is causing problems with the networks that have no IPv6.
You can experience timeouts and you basically wait much longer to do certain things e.g. updating something.
To rectify this please uncomment this bit in /etc/gai.conf:
#precedence ::ffff:0:0/96 100
Based on this article
The biggest client and blank password for root.
Here you go
Please note that PPTP is no longer considered secure. As of Oct 2012 is considered cryptographically broken and its use is no longer recommended by Microsoft.
MSCHAPv1 is fundamentally broken.
MSCHAPv2 is subject to dictionary attack. There are cases were it was broken in 23h.
Please use at your own discretion and prepare to move to EAP-TLS, but this one require PKI infrastructure.
* opening init.php
* finding line 23, reading
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$conn = new PDO("mysql:host=$db_host;dbname=$db_name;charset=utf8", $db_user, $db_pass);
* replace that line with
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$conn = new PDO("mysql:host=$db_host;dbname=$db_name", $db_user, $db_pass);
Set-TransportConfig -MaxReceiveSize 40MB -MaxSendSize 30MB
It looks like you have to pay in US dollar, so if you are outside the dollar world it will be £1.56 of international charges every month.
Amazon topic HERE
Yes, unfortunately Live.com also called Outlook.com or Hotmail.com will not work properly with your Thunderbird.
Once an account is configured in TB, after some days their server will refuse to send emails asking you to log in to their web access to confirm that you are not a spam robot. After you log in still you have to type nasty long CAPTCHA to make them 100% sure.
As you can see Microsoft and Google free email service is becoming less user friendly.
Of course everything is with Your security in mind, but in reality it is not. They simply want to track you and also encourage users to their web access where expose to marketing.