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After a day, I found that the computer can't browse //localPrintServer was lost Client for Microsoft Network. I fixed that by click to Install and choose Client.


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The problem you are facing that you are unable to connect the printer even-though you are able to ping the printer ip. We request you to do the following steps (i) Go to the services.msc and then restart the service name server. This server is important in the process of mapping drive so restart the server once and then check whether you are able to ...


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Grab a router that supports VLANs. Put each LAN on a different VLAN.


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Most home routers have 4 or more switched ports and a single WAN port. The WAN port is an ethernet port, and the router/firewall itself sits between the WAN and the local switched ports. Any of the local ports can communicate with each other in an unrestricted fashion. But for a packet to travel from the local ports to the WAN port or vice-versa, it has ...


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I am not sure but I think you should change the default.conf with some like that server { listen localhost:9080; #your public ip or some other which you want nginx listen server_name _; location / { proxy_pass http://locahost; #site which is on apache } } I am not sure to understand the question, I am really ...


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When one gets things disconnected, a surge has probably already done damage. Anything that requires human intervention is unreliable. Many at risk devices cannot be disconnected. And worse, humans are only available one third the time. Disconnecting is unreliable. A telco's $multi-million switching computer connects to building all over town. Therefore ...


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Yes, LAN cables too should be unplugged. I had a broadband connection with a telephone. Few years back, a lightning made both the telephone receiver and modem nonfunctional.


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Can a PC be damaged over LAN cable when thunder strikes router? REF: Can a PC be damaged over LAN cable when thunder strikes router? Your title is a bit hard to follow. I assume you mean lightning, not thunder. You've also said strikes router which could be taken to mean you are asking a theoretical question about a direct hit, but I assume what you ...


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Environment is the critical factor wherever noise/contamination/interference is suspect. Are there halogen lights or unshielded motors/heating elements etc in the vicinity? Are you using a DSL connection that is susceptible to external interference? Packet loss and errors are most often caused by the environment, not just by faulty hardware. A coiled wire ...


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Hope you are trying to get the details of the remote machine. Use psexec.exe (Microsoft PStools) to obtain partition details of the remote machine. Download the psexec.exe tool in your local machine and open a command prompt, then navigate to the psexec.exe path and run the below command: PsExec.exe \\remotemachine -u username -p password wmic logicaldisk ...


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From powershell run this command under your admin account: Get-WMIObject Win32_DiskPartition -ComputerName OTHERCOMPUTER


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Since your D-Link router is running in AP-mode, meaning that it just bridges everything from LAN to WLAN, you have to setup port forwarding in the bayantel router.



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