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Ex-tilesetter, part time actor, learning networking and programming.


Nov
17
comment Multiple NICs on a same subnet
What's the host environment?
Nov
17
comment Multiple NICs on a same subnet
are your VMs all set for NAT?
Nov
17
comment Some sites load very slowly or not at all
are you using a laptop with a wireless NIC that hasn't been disabled while you use the Ethernet port?
Nov
10
comment How to fix the wrong number of unread emails flag in Outlook 2013?
If your email is hosted on exchange or ofice 365 outlooks's in conflict with the Exchange server. Log into the OWA and view that folder, and magically Outlook gets corrected to the server's state.
Nov
5
revised Move a document to a folder that someone else shared with me
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Nov
4
answered Move a document to a folder that someone else shared with me
Nov
3
comment Move a document to a folder that someone else shared with me
you can add OneDrive desktop app to your (Windows) computer and use it to manage that folder. You should then be able to click and drag existing files. If that's a sloution you're looking for I'll add it as an answer. onedrive.live.com/about/en-nz/download
Nov
3
comment Desktop Icons Accidentally Renamed
It's a little off topic, because we don't know what happened, all we can do is supply theories. If you change you question to what can I do to fix this situation, it's on topic. I won't down-vote though.
Nov
3
comment Desktop Icons Accidentally Renamed
Sonny-boy probably created the new folder then accidently hit ctl + a, then right clicked his new folder (or f2) and selected rename.
Nov
3
comment Specific web pages won't load - until I reboot the computer
Have you tried flushing the browser cache?
Oct
3
revised Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
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Oct
3
accepted Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
Oct
3
answered Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
Sep
26
comment Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
@heiglandreas It say that it excludes the 10.x.y.z range on the client side. The 10.x.y.z address is coming from the server side, isn't it?
Sep
26
comment Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
@heiglandreas I'm almost positive that the 10.0.10.40 is coming from Hamachi (VPN client). I haven't tried the dig command from the Mac but I will, and I'll post the results.
Sep
25
asked Mac OSX connected to an Active Directory domain is not mapping to the network drive over VPN. I suspect DNS, but the settings all look fine
Sep
18
comment External HDD is not working on Mac notebook
What version of OSX are you? lower than 10.6.5 had dificulties, because exFAT is a propreitary Windows File System.
Sep
10
comment How can I colour-code files and directories in my shell environment?
gotcha. Thanks!
Sep
10
comment Picture I see in Word not printing
change the properties of the pictures size?
Sep
10
comment How can I colour-code files and directories in my shell environment?
Dang it Apple! Well, if any *nix users come to this question: I recently did this for a couple of Fedora VMs I have deployed. Fedora uses dark blue text on Black background for Directory listings. I just edited the DIR & LINK lines in /etc/DIR_COLORS to read "DIR 01;31;43" and "LINK 01;36", so that I have a contrast that I can read. The attribute codes are listed in the file...