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bio website capgemini.com
location Gothenburg, Sweden
age 36
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seen Dec 17 at 21:41

I work with old data collection system from around 1980 in Swedish nuclear power plants. I develop most applications around these computers. Most are applications that convey information from and to other systems, but also tools of various kinds.


Oct
22
accepted Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
Oct
20
answered Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
Oct
20
comment Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
I can not change the profile for some reason. And if I understand it right it does not matter. The only thin that the network profile change is the rules that are enabled in the firewall. I have manually enabled the firewall rules as needed, and it should not affect the fact that I can not enable file sharing.
Oct
20
comment Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
How do I make Windows to understand that it is a Work network?
Oct
20
comment Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
The server is connected to a small standalone network and has no way to determine if it is a work or private network. So, Windows, set the network to the public by default. And there is no difference if I try to change the settings for Home or Work
Oct
20
asked Cannot share folders in Windows Server 2008 R2
Jun
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
4
comment Prevent a Task Scheduler to run at Windows Startup
Thanks for the reference to the duplicated question. I solved it by deleting the file from %systemroot%\System32\Tasks
Jun
3
asked Prevent a Task Scheduler to run at Windows Startup
Jan
16
comment Disable USB for some local users
Thank you very much for you answer. If editing local policies is necessary, it is ok to edit them. But as MSalters said, we can not use GPO as we don't have any DC available. :-(
Jan
16
revised Disable USB for some local users
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Jan
16
comment Disable USB for some local users
haha, you're right. It was a bit too harsh demands. It is of course USB flash drive I mean. Thank you for pointing out my mistake.
Jan
16
comment Disable USB for some local users
Thank you very much. But this does not solve my problem. This means that NO users can use USB, and what I want is to just limit it to a few accounts.
Jan
16
comment Disable USB for some local users
Thank you very much. But this does not solve my problem. This means that NO users can use USB, and what I want is to just limit it to a few accounts.
Jan
16
revised Disable USB for some local users
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Jan
15
asked Disable USB for some local users
Dec
17
comment Give external parties access to web servers behind the firewall
You're probably right that I should talk to the security manager at my company, no matter how we choose to do. But before I talk to him I want to know if it is even possible to solve in a safe manner and what options I have.
Dec
17
asked Give external parties access to web servers behind the firewall
Oct
7
awarded  Commentator
Mar
13
asked Encrypt attachements in Outlook