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Mar
12
comment Upgrading RAM in Dell Optiplex 380
I think you were downvoted because you can find this easily by searching on Amazon. Try it. Here are some search engine results: duckduckgo.com/?q=max+ram+dell+optiplex+380
Mar
12
comment Dell Poweredge 2850 RAM
Maybe the user is ordering RAM for their machine and hasn't tried yet. Why the downvote?
Mar
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
2
comment How to Disable Hovering Selection Block in File Browser?
It wasn't a matter that it didn't help. It wasn't a solution to the problem described - and is the same answer given by others. It's nothing personal, it's just how SE works.
Dec
31
comment How to Disable Hovering Selection Block in File Browser?
In Windows 7 it is called "Computer" and there is no command called "Organize" at all. But if you open a folder and go to "Folder Options > View Tab" and look for "Show pop-up description for folder and desktop items" you would find it already unchecked on my system because the issue doesn't concern the little tooltip popups. It concerns the translucent sector box that appears over files when you move the cursor. I'm sure my question is clear!
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
Okay, well, you've been quite helpful. I'll play around some more, and I'll mark the thread solved when I figure it out. Thanks for your attention.
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
I can't even find the word firewall anywhere in the configuration. The only place I can see that let's me create rules is in "static routes" or "port forwarding". I've scoured the interface.
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
I think there are no firewall rules enabled (no reason, anyway, inside the LAN). Now, I should be able to browse to \\10.0.0.2 (my machine's address on that subnet), right?
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
I'm not sure where to look for the wan setting. I don't see where to create rules for traffic. I have a Netgear Genie. Do I look under "static routes" or "port forwarding"?
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
That new syntax took! Okay, now I'm trying to get the browsing part.
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
I know you are going to ask if I can ping 192.168.1.2 and yes, I can.
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
I don't have access to the parent network's router (long story), so I went with configuring the route on my workstation (192.168.1.xxx). When I type in your example, I get bad argument 192.168.1.2 even though I KNOW that is the ip address for the Netgear router (I have the web interface open to it). I'm sorry to be so bone-headed here...
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
The gateway is 10.0.0.1.
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
Can I create a port on the router's 192.168.1.x address that forwards to my machine's 10.0.0.x address? Like: \\192.198.1.2:1111 ?
Dec
30
comment How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
The netgear does have it's own 192.168.1.x address, but it assigns 10.0.0.x addresses to its subnet.
Dec
30
revised How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
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Dec
30
asked How to Browse Machine on Sub-Network
Dec
27
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
20
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
18
revised QuickBooks Automation
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