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I also came across this problem. Here's my finding: EasySSTP (http://www.llamedos-software.com/easysstp.html) As @Hasse pointed out, the company is no longer supporting the app. The site takes to a blank page. However, you can still download it from PureVPN (http://support.purevpn.com/configuration-guide-for-sstp-protocol-on-mac). Note, that some VPNs ...


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robocopy %Files% %Bak% /E /ZB /MOVE /IS /COPY:DATSOU Not only do you need /MOVE, you need /IS (Include Same) files. Otherwise Robocopy never copies the file over when it sees the same file is in both locations. If you tell it to "Include Same" it sees the same file in both locations, and still copies the file over from source anyway, AND deletes it from ...


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So finally I've found the solution. After re-installing OS, playing with BIOS, trying all possible solution on the internet I finally found it: http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/690662-AMD-FX-series-and-Hyper-V. The issue was with my CPU + OS. I just needed to install this patch ...


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Found it! just use command prompt with administrator account: takeown /f "C:\System Volume Information" /R /A then cacls "C:\System Volume Information" /T /C /E /P Administrators:F and now just delete it by a simple command del "C:\System Volume Information\Sample File.txt" that's it!


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When I use this as a .bat file it doesn't work for /f "tokens=2*" "%%a" in ('sc query HyS9FoundationServices ^| findstr STATE') do echo "%%b" In a batch file the above command gives the following error: "%a" was unexpected at this time. You need to remove the " characters that are around %%a. Use the following batch file: for /f "tokens=2*" %%a in ...


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I won't claim to understand the issues that prevent the automated installation of some patches through Windows Update. In the past, I've gotten many unique error codes like your 0x80244018 which Windows Help subsequently cannot find in Microsoft's knowledge base. Instead of solving the underlying issues, I have contented myself by applying this procedure, ...


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It should work. Do note that even if your user is in the administrators group, if the program has security settings applied, and the administrators group does not have rights, while the administrator user (notice the missing s) has rights, it will cause problems like this. Run as Administrator will run any program as your current user (the rights you have) ...


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Open your browser and Type 10.0.0.1 and press Intro. Put your credentials (User and Password) In the Navigation Bar in Left, press DHCP and then DHCP Settings. in the information displayed in the center select button Disable and Press Save. Then go to System Tools and Reboot, and press Reboot Button. And it's done Router with DHCP disabled. Here ...


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If Negotiate isn't secure enough, try SSL (TLS 1.0) : Open the Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration tool Right-click on RDP TCP Choose Properties Select the SSL certificate (see bottom red circle in the following screenshot). After selecting the SSL certificate, set the Security Layer to SSL (TLS 1.0). See this article for hardening RDP : Remote ...


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In our case it was Symantec's Network Threat Protection causing it randomly. Disabled NTP and problem went away.



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