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I have weak network coverage in my office. My phone is connected to our office wifi. I’d like my phone to use the wifi first, rather than the network connection
I’d like to transfer DNS records from Network Solutions to DNS Made Easy, mainly to take advantage of “DNS Failover” provided by DNS Made Easy to automatically fail a couple of key A records over to new IPs in my data center where I replicate servers to for DR if DNS Made Easy senses that the primary IP on prem is unavailable.
This guide is helpful, but I don’t understand the first step regarding TTLs. My understanding of TTLs has always been that hosts cache records for an amount of time as told by the TTL when querying records. If that understanding is correct, how can I have any control over expiration?
My plan is to:
- Create new zone files on new DNS provider at my leisure
- Change existing nameservers at the registrar to the new DNS Made Easy nameservers at night, cross my fingers and wait for morning
What can I do in relation to the TTLs to improve my chances of making this seamless?
I found in the MOODLE documentation some resources on how to include external oAuth2 / openID providers, such as Facebook or Google.
However, I’d like to use our MOODLE instance as oAuth2 / openID provider for another application (either of them would be fine for us).
My question is, if this feature is even implemented or if it’s just not documented.
In the certificate store, how do I know which provider is used when viewing a certificate?
The provider in this context is the Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP).
For example, you can see the following providers being used:
- Microsoft Strong Cryptographic Provider
- Microsoft Enhanced RSA and AES Cryptographic Provider
when running commmand:
certutil -store My
in a command prompt window.
Part I – Opening the MMC
- From the Web server, click Start > Run
- In the text box, type mmc and click OK
- From the MMC menu bar, select Console (in IIS 5.0) or File (in IIS 6.0, 7.0) and Add/Remove Snap-in then click Add
- From the list of snap-ins, select Certificates and click Add
- Select Computer account and click Next
- Select Local computer (the computer this console is running on) and click Finish
- In the snap-in list window, click Close
- In the Add/Remove Snap-in window, click OK
Part II – Viewing the Certificate
- In the left-hand pane underneath Console Root, expand Certificates (Local Computer).
- Expand the Personal folder.
- Click on the Certificates folder underneath the Personal folder.
- In the middle pane, you should see a list of certificates. If you do not see any certificates, then this could indicate that you have not installed any certificates.
- Double-click on the certificate that you wish to view.
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