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asked Car charger for a laptop
Mar
28
comment Port Forwarding on Router using same internal port number on different IP addresses
So if a router has an external IP (from the ISP) of 77.77.77.77 it can receive requests/traffic on any port. Internally it must be able to route those requests to any IP address and any port. I struggle to believe that route that receives a request on 77.77.77.77:3388 is unable to route that to 192.168.0.11:3399, it's one or two lines of code.
Mar
15
comment LSA (LsaSrv) “The security package Kerberos generated an exception. The exception information is the data.” caused by NPS
Just a quick note about where the bug is. Even though that hotfix might be causing the crash it might be that it takes the code down a different path and is exposing a bug in a different DLL where a function with a bug hadn't been called before. Undoubtedly removing this fix is the correct action. I just wanted to point out that it might not have a bug and when a different module is patched then this one might start working again in the future without modification.
Feb
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accepted Port Forwarding on Router using same internal port number on different IP addresses
Jan
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asked Does an SDD use less power than a platter/regular drive?
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asked Low sound on MSI GS60 on Windows 8.1
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Oct
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comment Port Forwarding on Router using same internal port number on different IP addresses
@Arakel - that makes some sense. So how would you enter RDP and RDP2 to achieve my goals? i.e. connect from external on ports 3389 and 3390 and then internally connect to 2 different IP addresses on port 3389.
Oct
12
asked Port Forwarding on Router using same internal port number on different IP addresses
Oct
10
revised After Win8 installed cannot boot from USB
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Oct
10
comment After Win8 installed cannot boot from USB
Yes, USB stick is bootable on another computer. I don't think my BIOS has the option for EFI mode. It's the standard BIOS that came with the box, a Shuttle XPC from about 3 or 4 years ago.
Oct
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asked After Win8 installed cannot boot from USB
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accepted What does “delayed start” do in startup type for a Windows service?