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Jan
24
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
16
awarded  Yearling
Jan
6
comment can't remember what ip address of a router set up as an access point is
Does it have an inbuilt DHCP server that's running? i.e. if you connect to it's Wifi or Ethernet, do you get it serve you IP addresses? Can you tell us what the model name is?
Jan
5
comment DISM /StartComponentCleanup fails, but /ScanHealth reports healthy
As totally non-helpful as it is, I decided I should have posted the outcome. I rebooted and it worked fine. Pride a little damaged I didn't try that before posting, but there you go. Sorry all for the delay!
Oct
18
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Jun
26
asked DISM /StartComponentCleanup fails, but /ScanHealth reports healthy
Jun
13
comment From Windows Server 2012 to Windows 8
Backing the Windows USB/DVD tool.
Jun
13
comment My computer keeps typing the letter p repeatedly
Support the battery removal technique. I've seen residual power cause this issue on laptops before.
Jan
16
awarded  Yearling
Nov
26
comment Is it possible to fetch the current CMD window size (rows and columns) in Windows?
You could pipe in Powershell to get you close, but I'm not good enough at PS to get you all the way there: mode con /status | sls -Pattern "Lines:[ ]+"
Nov
26
comment Unable to write files on CentOS
@Dugi I think @Hennes meant that there'll be a line that starts User followed by a user name, and a line that starts Group that's followed by a group name. E.g. User apache Group apache - chown -R the directory to that user/group combo - e.g. chown -R apache:apache /var/www/html Edit: Also 777 should only be used where needed - 644 should get you through most places, and just 777 what needs to be written to, and even then only if 644 and 755 doesn't do it.
Jul
30
awarded  Benefactor
Jul
30
comment Batch or PowerShell to mount drives on a FQDN
PERFECT! Thank you for actually answering my question!
Jul
30
awarded  Scholar
Jul
30
accepted Batch or PowerShell to mount drives on a FQDN
Jul
24
comment Batch or PowerShell to mount drives on a FQDN
I think I may have not made my question clear - ports are all forwarded etc. My point is - if I can get the IP address that fqdn.com resolves to inside my batch script, all is fine.
Jul
23
awarded  Student
Jul
23
awarded  Promoter
Jul
19
revised Batch or PowerShell to mount drives on a FQDN
Rewording