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Remote Network access software
August 17, 2016

Remote Network access software

Tired of paying costly subscriptions for Remote Desktop functionalities? Fed up with having to piece together bits and bobs of software to perform Remote Troubleshooting for multiple networks in different locations? Meet Domotz PRO a leading Remote Access Software for Web, Console and Remote Desktop Devices which includes a low monthly Remote access software…

SQL Network Configuration
December 9, 2016

SQL Network Configuration

All network protocols are installed by SQL Server Setup, but may or may not be enabled. This topic describes how to enable or disable a server network protocol in SQL Server 2017 by using SQL Server Configuration Manager or PowerShell. The Database Engine must be stopped and restarted for the change to take effect. Important During setup of SQL Server Express…

Remote Desktop Connection From outside Network
August 5, 2016

Remote Desktop Connection From outside Network

This one is driving me nuts. I have a Terminal Server at a client s location (they are an RV park, and have a rather extensive internal network with multiple DSLAM s). The TS has 2 NIC s: one connected to the local (office) network, through a router to a DSL modem, then on to the Park network; the other (a USR brand) connected directly to a DSL modem with a public…

Remote Support Network
November 12, 2016

Remote Support Network

Most networked resources will function just as they do when you are on campus. However, as determined by license agreements and other requirements, some resources will look at your network (IP) address to determine whether or not you are on campus, and require a different level of authentication if you are not. For example, when you are not on campus you could…

SQL Server 2012 Network Configuration
January 8, 2017

SQL Server 2012 Network Configuration

On the Start menu, choose All Programs, point to Microsoft SQL Server and then click SQL Server Configuration Manager. Optionally, you can open Computer Manager by right-clicking My Computer and choosing Manage. In Computer Management, expand Services and Applications, expand SQL Server Configuration Manager. Expand SQL Server Network Configuration, and then…