Here's a big list of all of the default usernames and passwords that I know. I'll continue to add them as we go. Please comment if you have others or find that these don't work: In your browser, hit CTRL and F and type in the make of the device you're looking for. Your browser should head straight to it. Thanks! 3COM Wireless AP admin comcomcom 3com OfficeConnect Wireless 11 (none) admin 3com OfficeConnect 812 ADSL admin (none) 3COM OfficeConnect 812 … [Read more...] about Default Usernames and Passwords
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There are a number of scenarios where VSS instances might be failing or timing out. In this case, re-registering the DLLs might help. Here are the steps to take before and after registering those DLLs. Reboot the machine. We want a fresh look at what is and isn't failing or timing out. If you cannot reboot the machine restart VSS. This is essentially the same thing as restarting, but only focuses on the VSS. net stop vss net start vss List the VSS writers using the … [Read more...] about Re-Registering VSS DLLs
I came across these and immediately had to reference them here for myself as well as for the sake of others who I know will benefit from them. From Outlook's website here: https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Learn-to-narrow-your-search-criteria-for-better-searches-in-Outlook-d824d1e9-a255-4c8a-8553-276fb895a8da Type this To find this bobby Items containing bobby, BOBBY, BoBby, or any other combination of uppercase and lowercase letters. Instant Search is not case … [Read more...] about Narrow down your searches in Outlook: A helpful guide.
By default it is located under the Binn directory at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\%number%\Tools\Binn. This was the third item I installed here, so my %number% was \100\. Some install CLQU before the Native Client, which puts it at \90\. How to move a WSS 3.0 Sharepoint Database from one location to another Like it or not, if you install Windows Sharepoint Services the databases will end up on the same drive as your install by default. Sometimes you may need to move the databases that … [Read more...] about Moving WSS 3.0 Sharepoint Databases & Sharepoint 3.0 Database Location
I was dealing with a security vulnerability and wasn't having much luck finding how to fix this issue online. I finally came across a few website posts that got me a little closer to what I was looking for. The full solution can be found below: Here's the report: Summary This host is running Remote Desktop Protocol server and is prone to information disclosure vulnerability. Vulnerability Detection Result Vulnerability was detected according to the Vulnerability Detection … [Read more...] about Vulnerability: This host is running Remote Desktop Protocol server and is prone to information disclosure vulnerability.
For those of you who have run into this before, you know exactly what to do, but for those of you who have never seen a Forbidden when working with your Wordpress installation, it may freak you out for a short second. Here's what's going on when you try to log into your http://site.com/wp-admin Wordpress Login and get a dreaded 403 Forbidden Error. More than likely, your .htaccess file has changed. If you didn't do this manually, there's a good chance your hosting provider did this to you. … [Read more...] about WordPress LiteSpeed 403 Forbidden at Login Prompt
We were doing a routine upgrade of the SQL Database that's tied to the vCenter server and got a new error in Storage Views on a host. The error is below: This issue is pretty straight forward to correct. By default, Vmware ESXi 5.5.0's VMware vSphere Profile-Driven Storage Service uses the Local System as the account to manage the service. Unlike your VMware VirtualCenter Server, which probably uses a service account you created, the Local System is not equipped to start and manage the … [Read more...] about VMware vCenter – The Storage Service is not initialized. Please try again later.
Just a quick tutorial on installing Webmin on CentOS. With a fresh CentOS Installation, run this command to download the software: wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webadmin/webmin-1.831-1.noarch.rpm You can head to here to get the latest version: There are dependancies that will need to be installed. You can do that via Yum by running this command: yum -y install perl perl-Net-SSLeay openssl perl-IO-Tty Finally, run this command: rpm -U webmin-1.831-1.noarch.rpm That should … [Read more...] about Install Webmin on CentOS
If you've spent as many years as I have designing websites using Photoshop, you've most definitely run into the quirky little speed bumps that must be passed in order to turn Photoshop into a better tool for creating images for the web. After all, Photoshop isn't just for websites; the name alone will tell you that. Developers understand this and take this in stride. Yet even though we do some gnarly things in order to make our work web-friendly, I find this little quirk to be the most … [Read more...] about Photoshop Color Shift in “Save For Web”
Scenario: You would like to test speeds from one place on your network to another; nothing fancy, you just want to watch something move from one place to another. Here's how to create a file to do just that: Open an elevated command prompt: Start > Run > type 'cmd' and hit enter, or Windows Key > type 'cmd' and hit enter, or if you find the command prompt shortcut you can right click and choose to "Run as Administrator" Type the following: FSUTIL FILE CREATENEW … [Read more...] about Create 100mb file for testing