Is it possible to have a rule that allows Account1 to be connected to my VM using RDP only through the local network and Account2 to have access from outside the network and through the local network using RDP as well? If yes, how can I achieve this?
I am currently working on Report Builder 2.0 with Reporting Services 2008 and am trying to connect to a SharePoint 2013 site using an XML data source query. SharePoint and Report Builder/Services are on different servers. I enter the correct connection string to the SharePoint lists and have tried to connect through “use current Windows user,” manually entering credentials as Windows credentials, and “do not use credentials” but each of these options lead to a 401 unauthorized error. I looked around for solutions and have gotten suggestions of double hop or untrusted connections. Does anyone know what the problem is and how I would go about resolving it?
I’m asking how does one steal files by connecting to a laptop’s WIFI / Bluetooth and can it be done with the laptop powered off if there is a battery?
Could you please explain how you would connect to a laptop’s WIFI / Bluetooth and brute force the login, step by step?
I’m not asking for a hacking tutorial as misunderstood by someone, this is for educational purposes so I can understand it better. There is no existing explanation of that online.
I’m in the process of making a physics intensive multiplayer game. Naturally I use a UDP to transfer packets regarding rigidbodies between client and an authoritative server.
However non-essential packets I’d prefer to use a more reliable connection like WebSockets. This would be for things like voice chat, text chat, scoreboard, etc. It also seems the be a nice approach to checking if the client is still connected and if not, stop sending it UDP packets.
I’m actually unable to find use cases of this dual connection approach online and I was wondering how this is typically handled in similar games. Is it very far fetched or unconventional?
Another question would be how far do I take relying on the WebSocket connection? Lets say for managing remaining bullets in a guns magazine, would it be better over UDP or WebSocket?
I feel like WebSockets would be best in this case because if the bullet was successfully spawned and the server needs to remove a bullet from the client’s gun’s magazine, if that packet doesn’t arrive at the client, then they shot a free bullet…
The UDP equivalent for this scenario would be to always send the client’s magazine state as packets and the client just updates it’s magazine whenever the packets get to them. My concern here is overloading the network traffic data that might not have even changed…
I’d like to connect a SharePoint site to an existing Office 365 but can’t use CSOM because I need to program in a Python environment. I’d like to do this:
Can it be done via REST? Microsoft Graph? Any other way?
- there is a classic SP application (site collection created eg according to Team Site template) – default AAM is https: //intranet.xxx.local
- there is an application for MySite (created from MySiteHost template) – default AAM is https: //mysite.xxx.local
- there are 2 applications exactly like this, so when user goes to https: //intranet.xxx.local and clicks eg. to the SharePoint heading (top left corner), redirecting it to https: //mysite.xxx.local
- it is necessary to extend the application, because it should also be accessible from the Internet
- the “normal” SP application will then be available for example. on url – https: //sp.xxx.sk
- if the user goes from intranet, then https: //intranet.xxx.local, the link to “mysite” should be https: //mysite.xxx.local
- if the user goes from internet, then https: //intranet.xxx.local, the link to “mysite” should be https: //mysite.xxx.local
- I understand correctly that it is enough to extend the wep app https: //intranet.xxx.local and https: //mysite.xxx.local and when I go from the Internet I will have correctly displayed URLs https: //sp.xxx.sk and https: //my.xxx.sk? Or is there anything else to be adjusted?
- Do I need additional Search Service settings when I use search?
i’ve been trying to get this to work for the past couple days after switching to Ubuntu on a revived laptop from 2013. it’s been working great up til trying to connect to any sort of VPN from school. it works at home but not on any other wifi.
When I connect to a server I want to run some shell scripts to whitelist ip’s that successfully connect over ssh. They need the inbound IP address of the ssh connection, not the server’s IP.
Is there a command I can run to just get the inbound IP?
I want to create an External content type by connecting to an Oracle database using VS or SP designer,to show data in an external list?
I am a bit new to BCS model so a little background will be helpful.
Any help is welcomed ! Thank You.
I have a computer (I’ll call it server) that has a public IP that I can access through ssh from everywhere with an internet connection (tested). This same computer has another ethernet connection that connects to a private (192.168…..) network (I can ssh the server and then ssh another computer on the 192.168…. network). I want to be able to have a computer (I will call it client) connected to the internet that can interact with the second network of the server as if the client was connected to that network (i.e. like if the client had an IP 192.168… on the server secondary network).
Is VPN an option for this problem? I have followed this OpenVPN tutorial without success, I suspect that it might be because the Ubuntu installed on the server is ubuntu-desktop, not the server version. If VPN is an option, is there any tutorial that does not assume ubuntu server but ubuntu-desktop? If VPN is not an option, how should this be done?