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  1. I have it running on most of my computers.
  2. So you don't want to set-up a myspace account. Why not? Are you just attepting to this stalk this person? I usually just create account if i'm curious and keep them or forget them. Your going through all the hassle of skirting the forum rules in which your problem could easily be solved by creating an account and befriending them. I know in facebook you can send a message to discover if you want to be friends.
  3. most of the time i trouble-shoot computers, i just listen and see/hear what doesn't spin-up. The post codes can usually help too. If the PSU is bad the whole computer will not turn on, this has been my experience, depending upon your rig. For the cost of buying a new PSU versus buying new parts, because of a PSU short/blow-up, I'd rather spend the money on a new PSU that's more efficient and has a warranty.
  4. Disconnect your 2nd router from the 1st. Unplug your computer from the 1st router (wired or wireless). Connect the 2nd router and the disconnected computer via ethernet cable. Configure the 2nd router as needed ie: disable DHCP, change local router IP to say 192.168.1.2, etc. Once settings are applied reconnect the computer and second router to the 1st. Your may need to adjust the DHCP server IP pool on the first router. That way the 1st router does not hand out the duplicate 192.168.1.2 address, or change the 2nd router ip to something outside of the IP pool.
  5. I have mine set-up to piggy back. Internet side IP: *.*.*.* Internet comes into the dsl router and gets a IP from the ISP. The router then assigns an ip of 192.168.1.1 to itself and assigns 192.168.1.2-200 to clients. Internal network IP 192.168.1.1 DHCP IP pool 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.200 Network IP 192.168.1.2 Linksys router then grabs IP 192.168.1.2 from dsl and sets it's local network address to 192.168.2.1 and DHCP server 192.168.2.2-200 inside the next network. Internal network IP 192.168.2.1 DHCP IP pool 192.168.2.2 - 192.168.2.200 Computers 192.168.1.2 My computers grab IPs from the Linksys router and surf the Internet and network. Internal network IP 192.168.2.1 DHCP IP pool 192.168.2.2 - 192.168.2.200 I use this setup to attain the extra features from the linksys router instead of the cheap dsl modem. This is also the oversimplified version of my network. I have a few more routers and switches setup to Client Bridge using a DD-WRT firmware.
  6. do you have the pptp server set to forward http traffic onto the server isp? I tried to do the same thing but i could not get the remote conection to get http traffic to pass though the pptp connection. I gave up and came back later and discovered a great feature in DD-WRT pptp server. Sorry i can't help you more with setting up the ubuntu server (i assume) to be you pptp gateway.
  7. I have not setup a windows vpn server but have done a dd-wrt vpn access. Setting up the dd-wrt and connecting while at college proved to be the easiest process i tried. The only caveat would be that my internet traffic would transverse my home DSL uplink of 600KBits/s (Not slow but slower than the college internet). So if many employees are connecting to a small uplink, file transfer may be slow. But from the users stand point there will probably be less help desk requests from it, as the setup of a vpn inside windows is fairly straight forward.
  8. are you looking for peer to peer sharing between the 15 employees inside a firewall or server based that the employees connect into from outside the firewall?
  9. I saw this awhile back. Neat concept. I'll have to check this out further when i'm not in classes.
  10. Thats if the theifs are smart enough to find such techniques.
  11. In a workgroup this would be possible. Looks like you already have this set-up. Only thing that will prevent you from going with a Active directory is that Vista home premium (correct me if i'm wrong) and xp Home will not connect or rather benefit from an Active Dir domain controller. Much of what your asking about will require some money to accomplish. Buy hardware and license for MS Server 200X. Then buy license for XP pro, Vista Business, Win7 ???, etc... unless you become a student and join https://www.dreamspark.com which you could Win Server 2003/2008 for free. Or get into a IT/CIS degree program at a college that is part of the student technet (i think). This is were they will give you temp licenses for learning stuff in computers
  12. Spiceworks may be another solution for you. It's free last time i tried it. I tried it a few times but really did not have a need for such a tool. http://spiceworks.com/
  13. have you checked the past episodes.
  14. no experience but would like to try. Live to far from neighbors for them to try to leech.
  15. As i remember ntpassword will only reset the local password not the domain. So if you are attepting to login using domain administrator then you are entering the wrong PW. check to see if you can login to the local machine.
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