Too many redirection after turning off Anonymous Authentication

I am running on-Prem Sharepoint 2013 and writing a web application that will access SharePoint lists using CSOM.

I am using Claims Authentication and have Anonymous Access allowed for the web app.

Here are the first few line of CSOM:

    Dim ouritems As ListItemCollection     Using cc As New ClientContext(siteURL)         Dim ourList As List = cc.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(listTitle)         cc.Load(ourList)         cc.ExecuteQuery() 

Everything is working just fine.

I now turn Anonymous Access off.

My ExecuteQuery (the first access to SharePoint in the application) now fails with an exception: Too many redirections were attempted.

Can anyone explain the connection between turning of Anonymous Access and the exception?

Would plugging or unplugging the Coax cable from router before turning the router off cause any damage to the router or the cable?

Would plugging or unplugging the Coax cable from router before turning the router off cause any damage to the router or the cable or anything? Because I accidently unplugged the coax cable from the router before turning it off.

second HDD keep turning on and off

A PC of mine has 2 hard drive, 1 SSD and 1 HDD. Ubuntu 18.04 was installed on SSD and the HDD was kept as a storage data. the problem has occurred when I try to access the HDD it just some what disconnected itself and I can’t find it from the list even checking with gpart, no show HDD on it. Is there anyway I could check what was the problem with my PC

Thanks

What happens if a Vargouille victim dies before turning? [duplicate]

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Title says it all, a humanoid gets the Vargouille curse, but dies before they turn.

What happens, does the curse break, or just pause like in daylight, or do they still turn in the same rate, or do they turn immediately?

(So basically, can a Revivify spell be used as a pseudo Remove Curse?)

How to install Ubuntu Without turning acpi off

I brought a laptop worth 2,400$ , but I can’t even install Ubuntu on it. I have HP Omen 15, RTX 2070 Max Q, 32GB RAM, 12 cores.

I am trying to install the latest version of Ubuntu 19.04 on my laptop. I recently brought this laptop, and I am getting 2-3 types of errors when installing Ubuntu.

Screenshot of error

I am installing it with Windows 10. I am installing via USB (San Disk). I am getting ACPI Error: No handler or method for GPE…., after clicking on Install Ubuntu in the boot menu.

Last time I got an error like acpi bios error (bug) could not resolve [_SB.PC10.12C2.TPDOJ], A… but the error changed automatically.

Someone suggested me this:

Solution

But in this, I need to turn the ACPI off. I don’t want to do that. Since it’s very important for a laptop, right?

Also even after this solution, I was not getting “Dual boot” option on startup. Windows was loading by default. I had to plugin the san disk pen drive, go to boot menu again, and then start the Ubuntu. Please help!

Having trouble turning mbpfan into a system service

I’m a beginning Ubuntu user following this tutorial to enable fan management on my Mac Mini 4,1 running Ubuntu 18.04.

I had good success initially and then got to the point of trying to turn mbpfan into a system service. The first glitch I hit was that no mbpfan.service file was present on my system after installation, so I just downloaded it from GitHub, uploaded it via SFTP to my download folder, and then copied it as instructed with sudo cp mbpfan.service /etc/systemd/system/.

But here’s the result when I try to execute sudo systemctl enable mbpfan.service:

Synchronizing state of mbpfan.service with SysV service script with /lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install. Executing: /lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install enable mbpfan Failed to enable unit: File mbpfan.service: Invalid argument 

I’m kind of stuck at this point and would appreciate a nudge. Thank you.

ubuntu 16.04 – Bluetooth not turning on / not working on lenovo thinkpad E570

I searched a lot and tried many suggested solutions but my bluetooth is showing no response. Help Please !

Hardware detail : Bluetooth Intel 8087:0a2b (8087:0a2b) Laptop – Lenovo thinkpad E570 OS – Ubuntu 16.04 Lts

Following results was seen while i tried accessing bluetooth in terminal;

anish@anish-ThinkPad-E570:~$   bluetoothctl [bluetooth]# scan on **No default controller available** [bluetooth]#  

Also when tried through the system settings to turn on the bluetooth, the on/off toggle was working but no rsponse – it was stilll showing bluetooth disabled

Can you cure a Gorgon’s Petrifying Breath before it finishes turning a target to stone?

The Gorgon has an ability called Petrifying Breath which reads as below:

Petrifying Breath (Recharge 5-6): The gorgon exhales petrifying gas in a 30-foot cone. Each creature in that area must succeed on a DC 13 Constitution saving throw. On a failed save, a target begins to turn to stone and is Restrained. The Restrained target must repeat the saving throw at the end of its next turn. On a success, the effect ends on the target. On a failure, the target is Petrified until freed by the Greater Restoration spell or other magic.

Now if the target fails both of the CON saves they are petrified. What if they have only failed their first save but have yet to make their second? Is there any spell or ability that can remove the condition turning the target to stone?

How to enable ‘systemctl hibernate’ without turning off SecureBoot?

This and other questions/answers around the web recommend turning off SecureBoot to get systemctl hibernate to work when encountering the error:

Failed to hibernate system via logind: Sleep verb not supported 

How can I get systemctl hibernate to work as designed (i.e. hibernate/suspend-to-disk) without disabling SecureBoot?

NB: I’d like to avoid pm-utils unless absolutely necessary. SystemD appears to be the way to do it and there are lots of suggestions that pm-utils doesn’t work well together with SystemD.