Many organizations provide VPN access for the end-user in their company with a third-party tool named Cisco VPN client. This doesn’t work on any 64-bit Mac OS.
However, from Mac OS X 10.6, you can use the in-built feature named IPSec VPN ,so you don’t need to look around for any third-party tool. In this case, you might have to decode your .pcf file which contains all the configuration of your VPN setting.
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While working on Fedora 20, I have faced the following error after restart:
"Error:No such Partition"
Entering Rescue Mode...
Continue reading “[Solved] “Error:No such Partition” Entering Rescue Mode…in Fedora 20 without LIVECD”
Many of your IT Administrator would have faced this issue known as “System Error 67 has occurred. The network name cannot be found”.
Continue reading “[Solved] How to resolve “System Error 67 has occurred” while mapping website basically in Windows Server 2008/2012.”
There are quite easy steps to enable sound within your Windows Server Hyper V client machines. Normally when you setup Virtual Machines (VMs) on Hyper-V, then there will be no audio drives installed.
So, if you want to play or listen an audio or video from Virtual machines, you have to play around with your Remote Desktop Connection and some changes on Hyper V machines too.
1. Open RDP connection on your machine from where you are going to access VMs. Under the tab “Local Resources“, click on Settings of Remote Audio. Ensure that the Remote audio playback is set to “Play on this Computer” Continue reading “How to play or listen an audio or video within your Windows Server Hyper V client machines from Windows or MAC machine.”