I am running Windows XP. The machine used to be on a Domain, but I took it off. Now, when I reboot the machine, the Server service is gone, and I have to get it back buy Uninstalling then Reinstalling Microsoft File and Printer Sharing in the internet connections dialog. Is there some security policy or something that prevent the Server service from running at boot?
I switched to Win. 7, because XP getting slow in general. I've using the brand new Netgear wireless adaptor on Win.7 while the older wireless adaptor is still on XP, but I never use XP after switch to Win.7.
On XP, Wireless connection had no issue at all, however on Win.7, the wireless connection often saying 'not service available' at the right bottom corner.
On XP, Netgear was 150 and Win 7 is 300.
Just wonder whether I should take off the wireless-adaptor from the XP if that would work to boost the wireless connection on Win.7?
I've been working on my laptop recently, once finished i turned my computer off like most people do. After turning it back on hours later, i noticed that my laptop was connected to the internet router but had limited access which ment i could'nt get onto the internet ! So when I went onto Network and sharing center and nothing came up apart from ''the dependency service or group failed to start'' ...I don't want to use system restore or reset tools of windows
My HP laptop was working perfectly using wireless Internet but after an update of the SERVICE PACK 1 it now isn't working. It connects to the Internet but it says 'LIMITED ACCESS'. It's clearly something to do with that update as the Internet works perfectly on all over devices in the house
i have a server with windows server 2003 that SQL server 2008 is installed on it.regulary server service will be stoped automativcaly and all shared folders will be unshared and i must restart server and waiting for next stop and .
I've been able to duplicate my problem by using another WinXp computers instead of a USB drive plugged into my router. Same exact problem. So, the bottom line is that I can access (and modify) the files across the network if I'm doing so manually, but my Windows service fails when trying to do the same thing. If I run the program through Visual Studio, it works. If I run that same exact code as a Windows service, it fails.
I've created a Windows service that needs to access a common network location. To test it at home, I plugged a USB drive into my Netgear N600 WNDR3400 router. The USB storage settings show the workgroup name as Workgroup, and the file path is. [code]
I just upgraded my ACS v4.0 to the latest available version v4.2(1) build 15 patch 2 and I've got some trouble with the CSLog service. I performed a successive upgrade first to v4.2 then to v4.2.1 and finally applied the two patches. Everything is working fine, I'm using both radius and tacacs services and they doing great like they were in v4.0. The only problem I have is with Cslog service which doesn't start. To be accurate, it starts but stops just after. I've uploaded some logs from cslog.log in cslog/logs directory.
When I create a service object or group and add the object to a new rule it never works.I mean the traffic match not the rule. I see not hits.I placed the rule on top of my access list to check if I do somethink wrong but it is not working. When I place only a service for example tcp/23 it is working.
We have a situation where services are stopped on the real servers. The probes fail and we confirm the services are not running on the server. We cannot access the ports from the ACE directly. We can still however acces the VIP on the TCP port (L4 VIP class-map). So we can still telnet to the VIP on the port from thr Client side of the network.This is on ACE 20 Modules deployed in Routed mode. The version of software is A2(3.3).
Tried removing multi-match and loadbalance policies as well as class-map and re-applying then re-appyling the service policy to interface. Same behavior,This is a problem at another level as some services are being monitored by GSS via TCP keep-Alive and this obviuosly causes a problem as the service then never goes off-line.
I'm in the process of building a media server, and I mentioned to my wife that eventually we can record her shows in HD and get rid of the costs of having a dvr with our cable bill. I was doing some research and I've come to the conclusion that I may need to increase the budget for my build (which is extremely tight) and will not sit well with the wife. I'm using all older/recycled hardware, specs below:
AMD 4400+ asus a8n 32 sli delux mobo 2gb ddr ram 1tb samsung hdd antec 600w psu windows xp
I just read last night that I'll need at least xp pro in order to access my server (host?) remotely from say my parents house on a laptop (client?) Is there a workaround or some other program that I could use for windows environment. I'm considering linux for the server also but I've never used any form of linux before, so I fig'd, until I get the hang of setting up the server and having it working properly, maybe make the switch to linux later. The server will be hooked up to my ps3 which will stream movies/tv shows, and I'd like to be able to access my network to watch shows from a different location when I'm out of town.
I have a 6Mbps ADSL wired connection in my home (located right next to the apartment building) and plan to upgrade it to the maximum speed my ISP can offer. Any plan which include a list of hardware and software required and how to go about setting it up.
I have had DSL service for several years from a small, local ISP, that pays Verizon for the use of their lines. On 1/2/2012 in mid-morning I began experiencing lack of connectivity. I noticed that the "link" light on my DSL modem was blinking. I tried turning everything off & starting up again but to no avail. In the morning, I turned everything on again & for about 45 minutes my DSL service was perfect. Then it became intermittent & mostly unavailable.
I got two offices about 150KM from each other,i need to backup 10 to 20GB / machine,the data ranges from accounts package to doc files etc.i suggested a vpn, then backup from one side to the other and vice versa as this ensures backups are swapped over and are off site.Would you recommend this, or am i better off using a hosted backup service i pay for / GB?
I plan on moving to a new internet service provider within a few weeks time, and I have a question.I'm going with TekSavvy, and they have a DSL plan which is quite worth it, and I'm in need of a modem when I make the switch. I think I made up my mind on which modem I want, but I just need to know.. can I use ADSL2+ on the DSL service I am going to get?If you need to know what modem I'm going for, I'm going with "TP-LINK TD-W8960N, 300Mbps Wireless N ADSL2+ Modem Router"
1 Acer laptop with windows 7 home premium 1 MSI laptop with windows 7 ultimate 1 Hp Netbook with windows 7 starter 1 USB Broadband
First i had connect the USB Broadband using by acer laptop to make as wifi router/wifi host via ad hoc.MSI laptop and Hp Netbook was successfully connected and able to connected to the internet which share from Acer laptop.Second, after that i am trying to use MSI laptop to create as wifi router/wifi host just like the same way what i done with Acer laptop.My both Acer laptop and Hp Netbook successfully connect to MSI laptop but only the Acer laptop was unable to connect to internet and it was showing "No Internet access". and the "homegroup something it showing "Unidentified network" on the MSI laptop.I had tried to restart all the laptop and netbook to resetting it, unlucky it still unable to connecting to internet.Also i had set all to "Obtain an IP address automatically".And i found out that my laptop ICS on service didnt starting and on Firewall didnt have ICS on the list.When i try to click the start buttom it popping out this:"The Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service on Local Computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they are not in use by other services or programs"
I have recently updated one of our customer's MSE to version 7.0.105. Now for some reason the Aeroscout service will not run. I have tried starting it manually , however it stops after 10 - 15 secs.
here is partial getserverinfo output
-------------Context Aware Sub Services------------- Sub Service Name: aeroscoutVersion: 3.2.0 - 184.108.40.206Description: AeroScout® Location Engine for RSSI and TDOA asset trackingRegistered: falseActive: false
The weird this is that I have updated our own MSE to 7.0.105 and didnt get this problem.
Can I have 2 Internet providers?I've been with Orange broadband for a few months and it's been unusably slow, so we're cancelling the contract and changing to Sky. Orange are making us trouble-shoot before this can happen, so the preference would be to install Sky, leave the Orange router unplugged and ignore it until the contract ends. Is this realistic? I know both couldn't use the line at the same time, but could we just unplug our Orange router or would it create slow down or not work at all?
"The service provider in your current location is restricting access to the InternetYou need to log on with the service provider before you can establish a VPN session. You can try this by visiting any website with your browser."We are using an Internal IP....and the external, same resultI am the IT Admin and this was working last week till I upgraded to the newer anyconnect. Internet is just fine....I am at a loss.
My folks have Time Warner (Roadrunner) Internet service. They power-down their Dell every night. When they shut down last night they had no problems and were running Time Warner (Roadrunner). When they booted the computer this morning the computer is trying to connect to Adelphia.
They changed nothing. The wiring to the computer was not compromised in any way.
Time Warner tried to "ping" their modem and could not "see" the modem. They think it is a line problem - but the fact that the computer is looking to connect to an alternate service provider makes me think that it is possibly a problem with a setting in the computer.
you have a Cable Modem and are paying for 30MB/sec download or better service, but the network connection on the cable modem is only 10/100; all very common today.Your network connection is showing it's connected at 100 (computer - router - cable modem)....now on the technical side, remember that a 100 MB network connection can only transfer data at a maximum rate of 12.5 MB/sec (not something the normal home user knows or even thinks about).So here's the question; why would you pay for 30MB/sec download speeds when the cable modem itself can only transfer (in theory) 12.5MB/sec to you over the network?
I live in an apartment and I am forced to only use the apartment's internet service to go online.There are two ways to access the apartments network; via ethernet port or wifi. Once im connected and try to browse, I will first be taken an http login page to enter my username and password.The problem with this is I can only use the username and password for one computer at a time. Trying to get my second laptop to access the web using the same user and password will give me an error saying it is currently being used. As I have two laptops (work and personal), I would like to share the internet connection using a device that will allow either or both machines to connect simutaneously. What device will I need? A router, modem/router, access point, etc? And what configurations should I try?
The title of the thread says it all, but perhaps it does not speak to the level of frustration my family and I are experiencing with our DSL internet service:� Many simple, easy-to-load sites like Google will not load on the first try. On Safari, the bottom toolbar will say "Connecting to google.com" until I refresh the page or restart the web browser. Internet Explorer and Firefox are no better -- I've triedA two-minute YouTube video will take about 10 minutes to load (if the page loads in the first place, which it often does not). Speed test sites, like speedtest.net, which reported a 0.05 mbps download speed and a 0.20 mbps upload speed, usually do not work. I had to refresh speedtest.net four or five times before the "testing download speed" section worked.
Gmail has become so slow that I have to use the HTML version, and even that will fail to register my commands about half the time.The only way for me to view most webpages in a reliable manner is to Google search for them, then click on the "Cached" page, and then click "Text-only version." Stuff other than text will prevent the page from loading about 50% of the time.We have a Qwest modem but our ISP is called "TIES." We have their "Residential DSL connection," as described here:
For some reasons my laptop "lost a wireless connection to the internet. Basically each time I try to connect I get the following message "The window wireless service is not running on this computer.On the other hand If I connect directly to the modem I get internet connection.