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What a gratuitous P.I.T.A ! I was able to make it work by using the "Data Connection Wizard" following these steps.... Select "Other/Advanced" from Data connection Wizard, then hit "next". I thought that localDB as created by sqlserver express would go as "SQL Server". Apparently not! though I can't fathom why. Select "SQL Server Native Client 11.0" ...


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This is the connection string (SQLServer 2012 / Excel 2013): Server=(LocalDB)\MSSQLLocalDB; Integrated Security=true ;AttachDbFileName={mdf file full path} Oh on my PC, I had to use ;Trusted_Connection=Yes, it might not make any sense, since both my laptop and PC are running the EXACT same versions of SQLServer and Excel. Edit I can't reproduce the error ...


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I haven't experienced this one specifically, but have you checked the target of the shortcut used to launch Notes? We have notes.ini files stored in the user's network share and most of the time if we encounter anything like this at launch, it's usually down to the shortcut. Target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Lotus\Notes\notes.exe" ...


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Reverse engineering of database diagrams was removed in Visio 2013.


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there you go, this is for Google spreadsheets: =SPLIT("(123)456-7890 fred"," ") You can extend the same formula for all of your records =SPLIT(A1," ") Or you can try something more elaborated with the array formula... actually if you are looking for insert or update statements you can get them from a google spreadsheet to, I recommend this ...


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Correct answer (by Daniel Vérité): About the line in pg_hba.conf: snort-sensor-host-ip must not be copied verbatim, it's meant to be replaced by the IP address from which the snort connection will come. If snort and postgres are on the same machine, you may use 127.0.0.1 and also configure snort to connect to postgres through 127.0.0.1.


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Note: this answer is composed from a dialog in the comments of the original question. The problem with the rule directory From the error it's clear that somewhere (probably in snort.conf) there is a .., pointing to the wrong path. Based on the error, I'd say that var RULE_PATH ../rules is in the config file. You should change that either to var RULE_PATH ...


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I found the selected answer a bit lacking (but a great start :) Using the latest PowerQuery (starting from Nov2014, you can load to the workbook in addition to loading to the data model) Here, the Source data is just a table in Excel but you can pull from anywhere including a SQL DB. Step one. Create an initial load. The Query is named FROM (The name is ...


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Well I'll answer myself: you can call the database whatever you want and select any username, but then don't forget to update the changes in appropriate files for each application you use with postgresql. For example for Metasploit: /usr/local/share/metasploit-framework/config/database.yml Still don't know where are the database connection data for Snort ...


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You are missing a semicolon (;) after the query?



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