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Does RDP consume my internet data

I want to ask that what if I download 1 gig file inside the RDP and the I want to copy the file to my local system so will it consum my 1 gig internet or no it's just copy and paste Hope you answer it ...
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Setting up DNS for domain with both HTTP and Gemini and or Gopher protocols

I have my blog on domain palashbauri.in, which is a static hugo site hosted on Cloudflare Pages. DNS is managed by Cloudflare. Currently my domain palashbauri.in have CNAME record pointing to the blog....
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how to test ntp servers as real servers that responding without using ping test

we have bash script that configured the chrony.conf script check if ping is ok on ntp1 and ntp2 ( ntp servers ) and then script insert the ntp servers to /etc/chrony.conf ( only if ping success ) ...
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How does protocol schema translate to what we type in url in order to get our resource

I am trying to get a grasp on the rules that allow us to invoke protocols. We all know that https://www.example.com/path/?argument=value#segment allows us to get our https resources through https ...
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File Paths in Chrome OS [duplicate]

I want to open some files in the browser using the file:// protocol. However, I do not think that you can get file paths in the default chrome os file explorer. If you can, I do not know how to do ...
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Is the order of e-mail recipients guaranteed to be constant?

When sending an e-mail, is there anything in the sending/receiving protocols that guarantees, or is supposed to guarantee, that anyone receiving the e-mail will see the lists of recipients in the To ...
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Open internal URL(edge://...) by command line

I can open an URL by command line. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application\msedge.exe" http://example.com //works "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application\msedge....
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How to change the app associated to a protocol to one that doesn't appear in the available app list?

I want to change the app associated to the 'ms-word' protocol to Apache's OpenOffice (reasons for doing so can be found here). However, when I go to the Choose default apps by protocol menu, and try ...
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How to pass binary data and meta-data using HTTP GET

I'm using BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler in order to implement my server. currently I repsonse to get request with merely binary data file. self.send_response(200) self.send_header("...
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What is boot file in PXE booting?

So, I'm learning the peinciple(or mechanism exactly) of PXE booting over the network, what I understand is: Client contact the DHCP server by broadcasting the DISCOVER msg with 2 key options(66 and ...
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How many internet protocols are there (related to domain/URL)?

I need to know what are the protocols that are currently used (that can be related to domains or URLs and can be resolved by a DNS). Example: www.domain.com ftp.domain.com ftps.domain.com ftpes.domain....
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Prevent Brave Browser from asking for confirmation to open external application every time

Need to disable Brave Browser to ask for confirmation to open external application every time. Every time I click a phone number, in my use case for example, I get this popup again. The solution used ...
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Python sockets protocols have the same value

So i am reading this book and in chapter about packet sniffing i uses this s = socket.socket(AF_PACKET, SOCK_RAW, sock.htons(0x0800)) I looked up to which protocol has the value 8 since htons(0x0800) ...
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How do I change my Interfaces to up instead of down status?

What command do I use to change a S0/0/0 interface with PPP Encapsulation from a line protocol of down to up? I have already applied a no shutdown command.
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How Serial Port Loop Back Test work internally/underneath?

When doing a Serial Loopback Test on a USB Port (assume COM1) using Hyperterminal, you can verify that the test passed if what you type on the keyboard is displayed on the Terminal (although it's not ...
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What's the HTML protocol?

I read a document, there is examples in TCP/IP layer. you see there is a HTML protocol, but I do not hear about it. is it mean HTTP protocol?
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Does FTP control connection have binary or textual data inside?

From this post we know that There are two common modes for transferring files via FTP, ascii and binary It is about media connection. But also there is a control connection, which has some info ...
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SSL PROTOCOL ERROR when connecting to my website through its name

Today I issued and installed SSL certificates for my website. This is the rating assigned by https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html : This is the result of https://check-your-website....
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What protocols does a typical home router use when talking to ISP?

My home router connects to the ISP via coax cable (Verizon FIOS or Comcast Xfinity, here in the US). Fitting into the OSI 7 layer model, what layer 1 (coax?) and layer 2(still Ethernet?) protocol does ...
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How to use local filemanager to do a ssh -J (jump, gateway)

This is what I am trying to do. I want to connect to a server C, using a local file manager (nautilus, nemo, pcmanfm). I used to do this just writing sftp://username@ServerC in the location bar, or ...
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Why is Wi-Fi (in general) so slow? [closed]

The theoretical maximum transfer speed of Wi-Fi is about 7 Gbps or 900 MB/s. Apparently NVMe for example can do up to 16 GB/s. That's orders of magnitude faster than Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi literally uses ...
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ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR from multiple websites on multiple browsers and devices

In Chrome, I'm getting the dreaded ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR when I visit some sites, two of which being Facebook and Instagram. This is the case in browsers (Chrome, and similar error in Firefox) on ...
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IS-IS Passive Interfaces

I've got a question about IS-IS. I don't really get the point of passive interfaces in IS-IS. I know passive interfaces provide a method of advertising network prefixes into IS-IS. But I don't really ...
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Configure a complete costume protocol as IE Trusted Sites

I created a costume protocol (for a namespace extension application), structered: protocol:\path\to\file. I'm trying to add the pathes in this protocol to Internet Option's Trusted Sites (to disable ...
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Windows 10 warn before launching urls

Basically I'm trying to block any applications to randomly being able to open urls with my default browser. I've looked up windows default apps by protocol in control panel, but I wish there was an ...
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Why aren't messaging apps created like email and sms, where you can send messages between multiple service providers? [closed]

I can send emails from GMail to YahooMail or to ProtonMail etc. I can send SMS'es to any mobile number irrespective of whether the number is owned by Vodafone or any other telecom providers. ...
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How to consistently get USB 3.0 connections to multiple external hard drives from a single USB 3.0 port connected via a USB 3.0 hub?

I have a simple task that I am trying to accomplish: attach two USB 3.0 external bus-powered platter-based 2.5" hard drives to a single USB 3.0 port and have them both operate at USB 3.0 speeds. To ...
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How to disable TLS 1.0 on a linux server?

I have run a PCI ASV scan by Comodo which reported that our server is supporting TLS 1.0. which it should not. See screenshot: The server is from a GoGeek account at siteground. According to their ...
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Linux Command line access to Citrix ICA desktop

I have been asked to collect some data from a server on the "other side" of a Citrix ICA desktop. I have access to TCP port 1494 on the Citrix server (ICA protocol) and what I am looking for is a ...
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Transport level protocol vs Application level Protocol

What dictates if a protocol is transport level protocol or application level protocol by definition? Is wire protocol synonym for transport protocol? Is it simply that, if it's implemented on the ...
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Which protocols are used for network share access

I want to figure out how to audit file access on Windows using network share access. I have 2 computers that run Window 8 and that are not in joined in an active directory domain. Computer 1 has ...
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How to read and interpret Packet Formats in RFCs (Request For Comments)?

Often times when I am reading Request For Comments documentation, I always see the packet format section for a protocol outlined like the one below. My question is what do the numbers and different ...
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Why is X11 forwarding so inefficient?

Whenever I remotely launch large GUIs with X11 forwarding, even including the -C switch, the experience is very unresponsive. My question is, what does, at the concept/protocol level cause this? With ...
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Does it matter if my router is 802.11ac, but my wifi boosters are 802.11n?

My Router is 802.11ac however my boosters are 802.11n. Will this affect the strength of the signal on my devices? Should I get boosters which have 802.11ac protocol?
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How to Disable/Enable Protocols of a Specific Adapter via Command Line or Registry Edit

I need to figure out a way to automate the disabling of certain network protocols of specific network adapters. I know I can open up the window and uncheck the various protocols such as "Internet ...
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What is the fastest protocol for downloading files from a server on the internet

I have over 100GBs worth of files on a server sitting on a dedicated 1GBs port. Our office sits on a 100MBs port. Each of the archive files are about 1-5GBs each. What protocol would be the fastest ...
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TLSv1.0 Supported [closed]

Got a job for a company with no personalIT experience and was given the task of working on compliance issues. The issue is "TLSv1.0 Supported", the research I have done shows it is a application ...
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Is SOAP a transport protocol?

Is SOAP a transport protocol? if yes could you please explain how it can be defined as a transfer protocol if it's dependant on other application protocols like HTTP and SMTP?
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What are the protocols that are used in teamviewer audio chat?

My country is blocking VOIP, so basically I can't make audio or video chats. However when using Teamviewer, it's always possible to make audio and video conferences. I want to know how is that ...
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What is "Priority" and "Resource" in XMPP?

I don´t know if those are the names in english, but it spanish is "Prioridad" and "Recurso". I see this when I want to configure an XMPP client. In "Priority" I see that I have to put a number, and I ...
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Open "chrome://bookmarks/" by Windows command

It's fine to open a http url with Chrome by a Windows command like this: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application>chrome.exe" "http://www.youtube.com" But when I try to open an url of ...
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EMI/UCP protocol: how to answer to a msg 52?

EMI is a protocol to forward sms text data to a proxy provider (usually a telecom) that send them to end users. I don't know how to give a positive ACK to a MSG52 (that is: a sms from an end user to ...
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file protocol link not responding

We have a Windows Server 2012 R2 hosting IIS8. One of the websites is a basic html page with links on it (the server hosts other internal sites so they just made this basic one since IIS was already ...
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Firefox - Allowing file:// protocol

I'm actually struggling allowing file:// protocol on my intranet. I tried : Setting security.fileuri.strict_origin_policy to false. An extension named "LocalLink" ; not accept my version of firefox (...
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Difference between routed protocol and routing protocol

What is the difference between routed protocol and routing protocol?. Clear answers will be highly appreciated.
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security of client ephemeral ports, and possiblity of disimiliar IP routes between the client and server

I'm understanding that the ephemeral port in a socket pair is a random port number that the client chooses in order for the server to respond back to. In a case where communication happens on a local ...
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How do I configure telnet: or ssh: URIs to run in Putty?

When I click a link like telnet:pi@myraspberrypi or ssh:pi@myraspberrypi I want it to open Putty and initiate the connection. How can I do this in Windows 10?
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Approximation of a data transfer speed of a protocol

I have designed and developed a protocol for a progressive file transfer. Now I want to calculate some metrics for the same. The most important one is speed. Currently, I ran both the client and the ...
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Windows Registry | how to open .lnk

I've follow this guide: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa767914(v=vs.85).aspx which allowed me to run a .exe using a new uri scheme. The only problem is that I need to run this .exe ...
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Use Bluetooth dongle with Blutooth-enabled laptop

I have a Lenovo Yoga 2 ultrabook running Windows 10 that comes with Bluetooth support but lacks aptX support. I have Sony MDR10RBT headphones that support aptX. The audio latency I experience while ...
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