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RicklesP
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Last Activity: 15th July 2018, 09:58
Joined: 26th March 2010
Location: Linconlshire, UK
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  • In addition to the previous notes, after re-reading this thread, I think you may have missed a point: the certificate you use for your secure web site will be EITHER a self-signed cert that is generated on the server itself (hence the name self-signed), OR the cert is the result of going thru the CSR...
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  • Thanks for the update, but the idea of users in general being able to log into a DC for everyday use is ordinarily considered a very bad idea. I believe that the default conditions in a domain is to deny interactive user logons to enforce that security principle. So there is an excuse for it, however...
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  • A CSR requests a certificate from a higher authority, where a self-signed cert is just that--the device that will be using that certificate, generates it for itself.

    If you want a web site certificate (for example) for a site that will be available publically, then that cert has to be trusted...
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  • The biggest issue is what you're passionate about: hands-on fixing (technical bent) or creating something new? If you're more technically-minded, then networking may be your 'thing', because it deals with (among other things) copper, fiber and wifi connectivity, the sizes of the pipes that pass the...
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  • Don't know if you can do that from inside a script you're trying to execute without any other actions, because that would be an obvious security flaw since any script could execute itself without hesitation. Any script I run, I set to execute from a scheduled task. In the 'Activity' tab of the Task,...
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  • You are attempting to name both the import tasks to the same name, ".../TN Scheduler". You're importing 2 different XML files, but you have to give each resultant task a different name. Try changing the second instance to ".../TN Scheduler2". And since, from the screen shot, it...
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  • RicklesP
    replied to HP Procurve PoE
    As far as increasing the power delivered to a POE port by attaching an additional, external power supply, I think that's a step too far. Normal voltage/current regulation will be set up to a maximum value as in the spec sheets, and will go no further. To allow higher current ratings allows for short...
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