Does anyone know how to kill remote connections? I am working in an office which has been networked using windows server 2003 Operating system. One of my colleagues frequently log into my Personal computer using remote desktop connection. I tried many ways to opt out the setting but failed. Does anyone know how to opt out remote desktop connection? Thank you.
Hi, I am using a Belkin router where I will be sharing the network to 5 different laptops. I want to restrict other users from unauthorized access on my router ? I am using a wpa2 psk based authentication. But I know that it also can be access.
The FBI is said to pull the plug of the DNS network that they have been taking over, which was created by some criminals. These criminals were behind the malware called DNSChanger that redirected many computers from around the world to certain web sites that they have created for their illegal scheme. By unplugging the said network on July 9, those computers that were infected will not be able to connect to the internet on that day. Is this a temporary outage or the users will have to do some serious fixing to be able to get connected again?
We are using Windows Server in my company. We are using Quick heal internet security including server itself for the security. I have noticed an issue with Server and Quick Heal. It shows "System not secure, Resolve the problem" error message many times. I am unable to solve this by clicking the solve button. I am so confused here. I have no idea of this case either. Please give me some instructions to solve this.
I am using Windows 2003 Server which is connecting to a network of 6 computers. How can I keep my kids to go over the reference registration time? In other words, how could I set up the server to close the session when recording time depends on?
I have a customer who needs an implementation to a DR site using only secondary Cisco gear. Is there someone who could give me suggestions or a guide for best probable solutions, and a desirable manual for this?
Thank you very much in advance
I have a netgear interpretable with the Cisco 3750 switch. Cisco 3750 switch moved as distributing in this organization, although the switch is changing NETGEAR connecting layer. There would be no problem with the configuration of the VLAN and configure others if necessary?
Which is more excellent as the core, the Cisco 3945 router or the Netgear fvx358?
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The Z parameters are related with communication systems and how the Z-parameters are related with open-circuit?