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reviewed Approve Why do we need IP addresses to communicate within the local network segment?
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answered Find alike data in two worksheets and put in 3rd worksheet
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revised Are windows event logs vulnerable to alteration or forgery?
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comment Find alike data in two worksheets and put in 3rd worksheet
+1 to @datatoo - You need a per-user unique identifier that is common between both sheets. i.e.: If the first sheet only has usernames and no other data at all, than the second sheet must also have usernames alongside the correlating data. Otherwise, if there is also some other unique identifier on the username sheet (e.g.: employee number, e-mail address, etc.) which is also on the "lots of information" sheet, you could use that instead. Absent a common, per-user unique identifier though, you'll be out of luck.
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comment Something unknown is failing to authenticate and locking my account
@Cuadue I'd expect the information should be in the logs on their Domain Controller.
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answered Something unknown is failing to authenticate and locking my account
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comment Removing malware
Going to need a few more specifics here. What's the exact error you're getting (screenshot would be nice, otherwise full details e.g. file name would still help)? What sort of malware did you remove? Best bet in any case is probably to just nuke from orbit.
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comment Routing to another WLAN
@PeterAlbert Note: If you like, you should be able to still connect wired devices to Router 2 and have them get Internet access. They just won't be protected by the NAT on Router 1, nor will they be able to access any resources behind Router 1. Access coming from Router 1 to resources on Router 2 should still work though, so you could e.g. set up a printer on Router 2 that both you and your neighbor could use without fully exposing the rest of your network to him.
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comment Allow only one admin account access to a folder (and block other admin accounts)
@DermFrench Yeah, I just caught that. See my final note. In the end, it all comes down to Law #6.
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revised Allow only one admin account access to a folder (and block other admin accounts)
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comment Allow only one admin account access to a folder (and block other admin accounts)
But we're not talking about users. We're talking about Administrators. You want NormalAdmin to not have access while SensitiveAdmin does - this is generally not feasible, or at least will not likely be possible in a way that cannot be readily circumvented.
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answered Allow only one admin account access to a folder (and block other admin accounts)
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