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I had the same problem. @davidgo's answer helped. The problem was with the Plesk Firewall. When I Disabled the firewall rules, then I was able to connect to the server with SSH.


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I managed to create using the following bat running as an administrator: @echo off cls echo. echo Wait a moment while the VPN is being configured... PowerShell.exe -Command "Add-VpnConnection -Name LAB_RB -ServerAddress 191.1.1.1 -AllUserConnection -AuthenticationMethod Chap -EncryptionLevel Optional -Force -L2tpPsk PassWord@2021 -PassThru -...


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If you have the website pulled up, click on the three dots in the upper righthand corner of the page, click on "More Tools" and one of the choices will be "Create Shortcut." I found this to work to change my desktop icons to match the actual website and not the browser (Chrome) icon.


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Use setx command to create system variable, set command define variables only inside of current cmd session.


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Windows 10 1803 has introduced fonts in the Microsoft Store. This required to allow a font to be installed for a specific user rather than system-wide. That’s why no admin action is needed when fonts acquired from the Store are installed. This change meant that there now exist two repositories for fonts: Fonts for all users, residing in folder C:\Windows\...


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Stupid mistake. I was filtering for a common word using the -Name parameter, when what I wanted was -Displayname.


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Your Windows setup seems to be in a very bad shape. If this wasn't caused by anything you did, the computer might be infected, so run a few deep antivirus scans to check this possibility. If any infection is found, see the article How can I remove malicious spyware, malware, adware, viruses, trojans or rootkits from my PC? To correct the problem and bring ...


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As pointed out in a comment by @user1055604, the easiest out-of-the-box way of doing this on Windows 10 is: dumpbin /headers yourfile.lib | findstr "machine" This one-liner will produce an intuitive result as an output. For example, on a 64-bit library I just tested, it printed the following: 8664 machine (x64)


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Installing cygwin as local administrator user fixed the issue for me.


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I've been using Mouse Move this for ages now. Advantage over Caffeine, options are customisable via GUI. The Windows 10 version seems new, needs to be installed from Windows Store. Recommend the older one since is portable.


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One of my friends helped me solve this issue with the help of zx2c4 (Jason Donenfeld) from WireGuard. I am sharing our solution here for the next person with this same problem. WireGuard for Windows added support for Table = off in v0.3.15. This makes it so WireGuard does not update the routing table when the tunnel is opened. At this point we have a tunnel ...


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The Minecraft launcher ships with its own Java version. It's located where the launcher is installed. For me it's C:\Program Files (x86)\Minecraft Launcher\runtime\jre-x64\bin


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Answering my own question: OpenSSH is (appropriately, IMO) very picky about permissions on the files that contain keys. The Microsoft documentation that I referenced in the question did not provide the steps to set perm's. A teammate suggested the answer in another question (link below). Here are those steps, lightly edited. Setup permissions properly: Run ...


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WINDOWS 10 2021 : On the Remote Desktop Window : Use Ctrl + Alt + Home to show the toolbar, then TAB, TAB, then hit ENTER. On the local machine : Use Alt + TAB to get back to the Remote Desktop Window. It's a quick solution to keep the Alt + TAB working on the Remote Desktop Window.


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I've the same issue using git version 2.32.0.windows.1 When I rolled back to version 2.31.1.windows.1 and do not have the issue anymore.


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I don’t have WinRAR, but I have WinZip and 7-Zip.  It appears that, when extracting file(s) from an archive, WinZip sets the file’s “Date modified” and “Date created” to the file date that’s stored in the archive (e.g., .zip file), but 7-Zip sets the file’s “Date modified” to the file date that’s stored in the archive, but sets the file’s “Date created” to ...


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You can use this command to get the free space of the C:\ drive and then send the output to a file named freespace.txt after that it uses FOR to convert D into a variable and then uses fsutil to create a file named spacefiller that fills up the hard drive. the freespace.txt and spacefiller can be changed to anything you want, as long as you change them in ...


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https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/30314/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Intel-Optane-10-11- This link will help you. Download F6flpy-x64, and drop the unzipped content folder onto the USB stick. Begin installing Windows 10 again. When selecting Hard Drives, Download the Drivers. Profit


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You can have at least ten but I've seen suggestions that you can have up to 30.


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Most packagers store the date of the contained files, and restore them on unpacking.


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Short answer: Under WSL, at least, you'll need to start it "manually". I say "under WSL", because you can use a Windows Task Manager task to have it come up on user login. Just create the task with a commandline of something like: wsl /home/dzoljom/.phpenv/shims/mailhog -api-bind-addr 127.0.0.1:8025 -ui-bind-addr 127.0.0.1:8025 -smtp-...


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for %f in (*.png) do echo rename "%f" "alpha-%f" .. it can get as complicated as you want it to, but for the exact example you ask.. this will work. The echo command is so you can see what it will do before you run it. Then delete the echo command. Also, the windows explorer is really cool this way.. you can highlight multiple files and ...


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I am looking at a couple of (Windows 10) machines here and RamMap shows very little transition memory on both machines. On your Windows 7 machine, run Admin Tools, Resource Monitor. Make sure the Memory Line is open. Let resource monitor run for 15 minutes or so and then see what is taking the memory. Try running SFC /SCANNOW from an admin command prompt and ...


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Unplugging the drive requires for it to be dismounted first. If you use it on another computer without dismounting first, you risk the meta-data on the disk getting out of sync with the version stored in the computer memory. Mount the disk again after plugging it in.


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This is a solution to create a different log file every day. You can just call robocopy in PowerShell or batch command file and do your file manipulation and have it create the log, then rename the log file on the next line. The example: Rename-Item -Path "C:\logs\robocopy.log" -NewName "robocopy-$(Get-Date -F yyyy.MM.dd)$($_.Extension).log&...


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If I mount it on the desktop can I still use it as a portable drive (unplug from desktop and plug into laptop)? Generally yes. Just do not use My Documents for the folder on the laptop and it should work fine. Just properly disconnect the drive before using it on different computers. Do this each time. I use C:\temp or like folder to share USB drives ...


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Yes. Mount settings are stored by the OS, not in the filesystem that's being mounted.


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Old but this is great info. by using renew /? I actually found you can also do /renew ethernet* and it will reset all adapters starting with ethernet. Pretty cool to know. ipconfig /renew ... renew all adapters > ipconfig /renew EL* ... renew any connection that has its name starting ...


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A standard user will not be able to remove anything from the registry. Running the regedit utility requires Administrator permission, so no problem here.


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Natively, there is not, but there is a tool entitled: "recycle.exe" which is part of a collection called cmdutils found here: http://www.maddogsw.com/cmdutils It's a direct replacement for the "del" command which thent sends files to the recycle bin instead of deleting them. It's actually more flexible than DEL e.g. you can specify ...


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In PowerShell you can use either of these Get-ChildItem | Rename-Item -NewName { "alpha-" + $_.Name } ls|ren -Ne{"alpha-" + $_.Name} The latter is the aliased version of the former. You can also add -WhatIf or -wi to run dry and confirm that the command is correct or not


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Ok, I fiddled around for a little bit and the jpg to ico converter tool mentioned above is the best bet, if you are looking for a manual solution you can: use an image-->open it with paint-->Save as "__".ico (BMP 24 format)-->Find it in your File explorer-->Right Click it-->Copy Full Pathway-->Right click the Icon needing changed--...


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Asyncrhonous watcher Start with .\watch.ps1, stop with CtrlC Listens in current folder Listens on Created event. I also tried to add Renamed but it was failing for various reasons. Appends -1 behind a file, x.jpg → x-1.jpg If such file exists, continues the line, x-1.jpg → x-2.jpg → x-3.jpg watch.ps1 # Made by Qwerty https://superuser.com/questions/600550/...


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I was able to relog my data by going to Setup > Additional settings > Log and turn on Auto start logging. Make sure to save your settings, then do File > Replay log. An easier way would be to replay log, select all, copy and paste but my dataset was too large. I also made sure to log my files in a different directory in case that was part of the ...


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Voicemeeter Banana Explained Simply You'll also need a program called Audio Router or if you are running Windows 10, audio router. Banana has 5 Audio Inputs and 5 Audio Outputs. On the output side, through Control Panel Sound, you will connect VoiceMeter Output as the default device under Recording Tab. I have played video sound over Teams with this setup. ...


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On Windows, you can create a file containing truly unique content with Powershell. No third-party software needed. No admin rights needed. As opposed to fsutil, the output will not contain 0's or spaces. Each time you run the command, the output will be unique. On compression, the file will retain it's original size. The output will look something like this: ...


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I don't profess to be an expert on the subject but my summation of the two different settings is this: Inactivity timeout: is a workstation security setting and will always require any user to authenticate after the set period of inactivity. Screen Saver: is a user setting and users may have more aggressive timeouts based on their role/scope. Screen saver ...


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you can change the default Graphics card using the NVIDIA Control panel. right-click on the desktop click on the NVIDIA Control panel under 3D Settings open Manage 3D Settings Change the Preferred graphics processor to your intel onboard GPU you can also do this for each one of your applications separately


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I would recommend just booting a Linux USB stick, then running gdisk in there to convert all of your data drives to GPT without changing the way in which they're connected. My Current C:\ drive is only 500GB so no point to make it GPT Using GPT is not entirely about the disk size. Among other things, it is usually a requirement for booting Windows in UEFI ...


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After a lot of try and error, I found out that if you use the Copy/Paste shortcuts to copy from Windows Sandbox to the host, you shouldn't copy anything else to the ClipBoard until the copy is done. Doing so will cause the copy operation to fail with that error message.


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Actually, the problem just required a bit more patience. In case anyone else has the same question, I'll leave it here. Right-click on the "Movies" folder icon in "My PC" screen, select "Properties" in the bottom. Go to "Location" tab, click "Move". In Explorer window, select "Network" and type the ...


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It's possible, Turn on remote desktop on Windows Machine And connect with android phone, you can select higher res than mobile screen.


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For Windows: Use On Screen Keyboard (enter OSK in Start/Run). Use Numpad Emulator which will take less space on screen. Use Character Map (enter charmap in Start/Run). For linux: Character Map for linux (Character Map in linux?) There may be alternatives available for OSK and Numpad emulator for linux too. You can search for them.


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Windows 7 usually installed using MBR. Windows 10 generally uses UEFI so the first thing you need to determine is whether you are using an MBR or UEFI boot method for your windows install. Whichever you are using for windows you must also use with Mint. Problems you will encounter if you mix them are explained at the site below. https://help.ubuntu.com/...


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Resize-VHD is a Hyper-V tool cmdlet. To install the Hyper-V cmdlets, run PowerShell as Administrator and enter: Install-WindowsFeature -Name RSAT-Hyper-V-Tools


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Right click on any button of the toolbar and select Customize Toolbar... from the context menu. The customization page opens. In the bottom left-hand corner, tick the checkbox Title bar. This restores the behaviour of Firefox before version 89. If the checkbox is not ticked, Firefox tells your window manager to not add a title bar.


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I finally found a solution that seems to require fairly limited effort: The basic idea is to inject a DLL into the target application that sets the environment variable on startup. This makes sure that the variable is set no matter how the application is started, and doesn't require any wrapper applications or similar. The steps are roughly as follows: ...


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Mine showed the above screen when the power adapter got broken The only remedy was to replace it with a new one and charge it until full, wherein I rebooted


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Similar as @sz, I had to install the optional Windows 10 Hyper-V components (all of them, for some reason), and reboot. Afterwards, the above Powershell command worked, and shrunk my VHDX file in about one second by 30GB.


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The Spirit Of Gamer Elite M20 is only furnished with software for Windows. I assume it will work on Linux as any other mouse, using basic functions.


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