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  1. Posts : 11,247
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #50

    loepie said:
    no problems installing and updating, took all in all about 30 to 40 minutes
    Hi there

    @loepie

    I had 3 sessions (concurrent) going OK -- W10 wks pro--> XP pro
    wks 10 pro -->W7 pro
    wks 10 pro --> W2K3 server

    All from the same VM (W10 Pro workstation edition) - Host is Linux arch (kernel 5.4.12) with kvm/qemu as hypervisor.

    all worked fine
    not sure why there's a problem on your machine

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  2. Posts : 29,078
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #51

    loepie said:
    Bummer,

    Known issues
    Remote Desktop Connection crashes when attempting to connect to multiple sessions.
    You might try the free version of TeamViewer. It's free for personal use:

    TeamViewer - Free for Personal Use

    One of the gurus and I have used it several times to save my bacon.
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  3. Posts : 11,247
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #52

    Wynona said:
    You might try the free version of TeamViewer. It's free for personal use:

    TeamViewer - Free for Personal Use

    One of the gurus and I have used it several times to save my bacon.
    Hi there
    I don't think that's a good solution -- especially in a Work situation where logging on to other clients machines via an application totally outside the control of the organisation. Not sure a load of bosses would like that one.

    cheers
    jimbo
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  4. Posts : 29,078
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #53

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there
    I don't think that's a good solution -- especially in a Work situation where logging on to other clients machines via an application totally outside the control of the organisation. Not sure a load of bosses would like that one.

    cheers
    jimbo
    You're right, Jimbo. However, loepie didn't mention a work situation, so I just assumed . . .

    Regardless, it sure beats Windows RDP when it's needed. And, if it works better than RDP, it just might be worth paying for TeamViewer.

    BTW, CADC (Central Arkansas Development Council) IT Department uses TeamViewer to access the computers in all our Senior Activity Centers across the state. There are times when we work together with TV to fix a problem or update a particularly obstinate computer.
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  5. Posts : 11,247
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #54

    Wynona said:
    You're right, Jimbo. However, loepie didn't mention a work situation, so I just assumed . . .

    Regardless, it sure beats Windows RDP when it's needed. And, if it works better than RDP, it just might be worth paying for TeamViewer.
    Hi there

    even better solution -- SSP and putty via tunnel to remote computer -- desktop sharing !!!
    BTW on Linux if you want to check your (external --i.e the Internet address) Ip address from time to time it's really easy --just send to your mobile or whatever

    here's the script (I'm sure somebody could do it in Windows too--- you could use the WSL though in Windows).

    #!/bin/bash
    # Send email from bash
    # hrafn simple script to send simple email with your IP address (external)

    #read -p "Enter SMTP email server address: " server
    #read -p "Enter SMTP Port: " port
    #read -p "Enter Your Email Address: " from
    #read -p "Enter Recipient's Email Address: " to
    # get your public IP address
    server="<your mail server>"
    port="25"
    from="<your email from address>"
    to="<your destination email address>"

    #echo $server
    #echo $port
    #echo $from
    #echo $to
    myip="$(dig +short myip.opendns.com @ReSolver1.opendns.com)"
    # create message
    function mail_input {
    echo "ehlo $(hostname -f)"
    echo "MAIL FROM: <$from>"
    echo "RCPT TO: <$to>"
    echo "DATA"
    echo "From: <$from>"
    echo "To: <$to>"
    echo "Subject: Simple external IP address resolver"
    echo " "
    echo "Your public internet address is "
    echo $myip
    echo " "
    echo "finished"
    echo "."
    echo "quit"
    }

    mail_input | netcat $server $port || err_exit

    just have that run say every 120 mins or whenever you think your remote ISP (home computer) changes the IP address -- most these days don't give static IP addresses. (Crontab -- or in Windows you'll need some type of automatic job scheduling program --in Linux it's built in to the OS).

    For things like passswords and TLS you need to update the script but you should get the idea. !!!

    Bye Bye Teamviwer !!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  6. Posts : 29,078
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #55

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there

    even better solution -- SSP and putty via tunnel to remote computer -- desktop sharing !!!
    BTW on Linux if you want to check your (external --i.e the Internet address) Ip address from time to time it's really easy --just send to your mobile or whatever

    here's the script (I'm sure somebody could do it in Windows too--- you could use the WSL though in Windows).

    #!/bin/bash
    # Send email from bash
    # hrafn simple script to send simple email with your IP address (external)

    #read -p "Enter SMTP email server address: " server
    #read -p "Enter SMTP Port: " port
    #read -p "Enter Your Email Address: " from
    #read -p "Enter Recipient's Email Address: " to
    # get your public IP address
    server="<your mail server>"
    port="25"
    from="<your email from address>"
    to="<your destination email address>"

    #echo $server
    #echo $port
    #echo $from
    #echo $to
    myip="$(dig +short myip.opendns.com @ReSolver1.opendns.com)"
    # create message
    function mail_input {
    echo "ehlo $(hostname -f)"
    echo "MAIL FROM: <$from>"
    echo "RCPT TO: <$to>"
    echo "DATA"
    echo "From: <$from>"
    echo "To: <$to>"
    echo "Subject: Simple external IP address resolver"
    echo " "
    echo "Your public internet address is "
    echo $myip
    echo " "
    echo "finished"
    echo "."
    echo "quit"
    }

    mail_input | netcat $server $port || err_exit

    just have that run say every 120 mins or whenever you think your remote ISP (home computer) changes the IP address -- most these days don't give static IP addresses. (Crontab -- or in Windows you'll need some type of automatic job scheduling program --in Linux it's built in to the OS).

    For things like passswords and TLS you need to update the script but you should get the idea. !!!

    Bye Bye Teamviwer !!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Ummm, Wynona no do Linux. Got too much on her plate to learn how to use it.

    Signed:
    StarFerret
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  7. Posts : 2,205
    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #56

    Wynona said:
    You do realize it's the OEM, not Microsoft, that needs to make their app work with Windows 10, right?
    This is a bug with the fast ring builds, other users had already reported bugs when using the "Slideshow" option, I occasionally use a program with animated wallpapers and it also has bugs:

    Those animated wallpapers "merge" with an static background (which is not normal and does not happen in 20H1).
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  8. Posts : 607
    latest Win10 Insider build
       #57

    Wynona said:
    You do realize it's the OEM, not Microsoft, that needs to make their app work with Windows 10, right?
    And Stardock is very lazy to update their software...
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  9. Posts : 69
    Windows 10 Pro
       #58

    Hi guys,

    I would like to know if your GPU-z shows your DirectML enable?

    Mine is disable and want to know how to enable it?

    See the pix below.
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 19546.1000 - January 16-directml-unticked.png

    Thanks.
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  10. Posts : 493
    Windows 10 Pro Dev Channel
       #59

    For those interested in the new calculator Tracing feature...I had to visit store & click on Updates to update to the preview version of the Calculator App (It does not appear to update automatically?)
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