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accepted How is a trusted root certificate appearing in my trusted roots list?
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asked How is a trusted root certificate appearing in my trusted roots list?
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revised Windows 7, file properties, date modified, how do you show seconds?
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comment Windows 7, file properties, date modified, how do you show seconds?
@Pacerier 24,000 / 300,000,000 = 0.008%.
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comment pfSense: How to route traffic out the WAN port?
Yes, this works. The ability to add extra arbitrary interfaces was added to pfSense sometime after i asked the question. @getack's answer links to the new pfSense How-To entitled Accessing modem from inside firewall
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comment Is there a version of Process Monitor that runs on Windows 2000?
That's Process Explorer. We're after Process Monitor.
Jan
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comment File I can't take ownership of
@Gavin What privilege do Administrators not have that they need to be granted? Under what circumstances would Windows not consider an Administrator as having insufficient rights to take ownership?
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comment Why can the AckQueue not be the same as the Queue?
"...if you want pfSense to differentiate." That is the question; i don't want pfSense to differentiate. I want it to be the same queue.
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comment How to force a remap of sectors reported in S.M.A.R.T C5 (Current Pending Sector Count)?
@MattMcNabb That's what Western Digital's Data Lifeguard Diagnostic tool can do. It can zero out the entire driv.
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comment How to block an IP address from sending or receiving traffic?
I'd long since given up; but that might be a good note. We learned that there is no such thing as traffic going to a LAN address. At first it seemed natural: google.com:80 --> 10.0.0.78:48231. Except because of an undocumented shortcoming, the firewall cannot understand traffic going to an internal address. Instead the traffic goes to the public WAN IP: google.com:80 --> 80.82.64.117:37228. And then sometime later, someplace else, traffic goes from pfSense: 10.0.0.7:37228 --> 10.0.0.78:48231. That's why you can't apply firewall rules on the WAN: they don't work.