i have a computer that is on my home network that i am trying to disable. the person no longer lives with us and it is still showing that there computer is connected to our WiFi ? our internet provider is At&t.
We're using ISE's Sponsor/Guest Portal function.We customized the english default lanuage template.But we do not want to translate/customize all default language templates.How can I disable/remove the unwanted templates? (The delete button is disabled for them)Otherwise our users would be able to select templates that are not customized.
A particular & ungreatful person abused my laptop to the point where I had to install a password. I had to perform all kinda of removal actions but I just noticed in my network domain that his name followed by "PC" & under "media devices" & "network infrastructure" contains his name again w/ PC & devices called [TV]UNE40ES6100.I am using the program's wireless service which I am allowed-to. I just want to remove this person from my laptop. It won't delete when r. clicking. I have win 7 and use this laptop mainly for my online school & email.
i don't know how I have done this but I have managed to connect my partners laptop to my network list on my new Toshiba laptop (don't know if make or modal matters) this seemed to have appeared whilst uploading and fetching photo's with skydrive,how do I get him off my network list???
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 184.108.40.206 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bit Processor: AMD Sempron(tm) M120, AMD64 Family 16 Model 6 Stepping 2 Processor Count: 1 RAM: 1788 Mb Graphics Card: AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 , 336 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 224515 MB, Free - 125199 MB; D: Total - 13654 MB, Free - 2267 MB; F: Total - 101 MB, Free - 95 MB; Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 363F, 42.15, Base Board Serial Number Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
My main computer is a desktop PC, which is in my upstairs study. It is connnected wirelessly to the internet, and the Virgin router is downstairs in the living room. This has worked perfectly for 2 years. The computer uses Windows 7 ultimate. (COMPUTER 1), I recently purchased a laptop (COMPUTER 2) and installed Windows 7 ultimate. This uses the same wireless connection and at first I had no problem setting up a homegroup so that I could watch videos stored on Computer 1 on the laptop. The first problem is that the homegroup stopped working some time ago and when both computers are switched on, I get the message on both computers: "no other homegroup computers are currently available."
I figured I could leave the homegroup and start again but if I try to leave on either computer I get the error message: "Windows couldn't remove your computer from the homegroup." In services, both the Homegroup settings (listener and provider) are started, as are the peer networking options. I have tried disabling them and re-starting to no avail. Now, this hasn't been a major problem because I have still been able to access files on Computer 1 via Computer 2 by clicking on network>Computer1>user. But here is where it gets complicated. I have now purchased another desktop PC (COMPUTER 3) which I intend to place in the living room and connect to my TV, so that I'm not constantly connecting wires from my laptop (computer 2) if I want to watch something on the big screen. Again, Windows 7 ultimate installed.
i am finding an ip address which is some hardware laptop or something that has got that ip from our doimain network while connected to our network. I dont know who it is and what it is and i always use Advanced Ip scanner and shut down any pcs manually with it and search for illegal hardwares connected to our lan but thisone is unable to be turned off it says unsuccessfull.Is there any software that allows me to kick out hardwares from our domain network?
Ive just updated my hardware including hard drves, and now I have a couple of redundant shared folders showing on the network trees (in my file manager) How do I delete these obsolete shared folders that dont exist?
I've been noticing a Belkin router on my network for a while now and just yesterday another Linksys router as join the party, causing havoc on my connection speed!
The strange thing is that I'm the only one seeing them through Norton on my laptop, all other computer on my home network is not detecting them. could this mean that someone is monitoring me? is possible? If I move permanently to Ubuntu linux would the problem go away? OR will they still be able to connect and monitor me?
How do I audit a network PC to see what it has on it or delete what does not need to be there. If I do it through the Windows add or remove they re-install. In the old days I could do it in DOS and then 'Tree' to list the properties and then delete what I wanted permanently.
another computer is connected to my home network, and i want to remove them as i don't know who it is. I also notice my files have been very recently shared within the 'homegroup'. i have not personally done this.is someone accessing my computer?
I have been trying to delete unwanted contacts from my contact list. I have done all of the things on your list and nothing works. Your old system was so much better'than this new yahoo mail. Why did you change something that worked, and was so much easier to understand?
I currently use Pure network majic as my network manager but on my desktop zoom network manager is installed and will not allow PN to do its job. I have gone through my desktop with a fine tooth comb to find this file/application to no avail. I don't remember installing it, bit I need to get it off.I have the same problem:The previous reply was Did you look for it inside the Control Panel under "Add/Remove Programs"? Is there anyway to get rid of it? Is there a process that is running when it is running and what is the name of the process?
"disconnect" home network from VPN tunnel to business location due to close of business. We had a business network that we could access from home. We've lost access to the business network, and it seems logical that we should be able to use the home network that is existing, but was fed internet from the office, and "re-direct " it to read just the home network.Currently at home we have a windows XP cmptr with a Netgear router, wireless access box, and Bell South Westell DSL box. How to we basically cut off the VPN link and just get what we have to read the home network?
My USB Belkin Wireless G Network Adapter seems to disconnect whenever I remove another USB device (usually a memory stick) from the PC.The problem started when I accidentally updated the driver via Windows. It didn't seem to work at all with this updated driver and I couldn't roll back or do a system restore to fix it. I'd done this before and ended up doing a complete re-install of Win 7. This time I did an upgrade install and the driver problem was cured.I'm running a HP XW8400 with Win 7 64 Pro which has been faultless for the 5 years I've had it.The only other change I've made recently is that I've stopped using a D-Link USB hub and started using the USB connectors on the HP LP2465 monitor.This only affects the wireless and no other USB devices.
When it disconnects, Win troubleshooting goes through the motions and reverts to LAN and doesn't see the wireless USB at all. This also happens if I don't use the troubleshooter.Device manager shows the driver to be working, but the wireless USB doesn't function even if I connect it directly to a USB port.The router is still working as all other devices in the house are connected.The only way around it seems to be a re-boot, but when this fault happens the PC gets stuck at "Shutting Down". Without the fault, re-boot or shut down works fine.When it happens I have to power off and on. This usually works fine but every now and then I notice the device driver for the Belkin is disabled.I've found a workaround in that I can take out the Belkin USB before removing another USB device. After the USB stick or whatever is removed if I then reconnect the wireless USB it reconnects fine.