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  1. I have found a gem for Windows 9x that allows us to connect to (Servers) that requires SSL Authentication. I pursued this endeavor because of the annoying pop up in Outlook Express. The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified.0x80096004Do you want to continue using this server? (yes)(no) I have created a Unofficial installer with all of the necessary files. The tool allowed me to connect to Outlook with no errors whatsoever. I thought I would share it with you guys. Some of you can go back to using your classic/favorite apps in the meantime that requires SSL Authentication. Here are the links if you want to do everything manually. 1. Original site with the latest version and source code. https://web.archive.org/web/20031003172432/http://pftp.suxx.sk/winsslwrap/ 2. Your gonna need blackwingcat openssl files http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1591502.html 3. A reference webpage that I found that got me started http://oifan.xf.cz/WinSSLWrap/doc/winsslwrapHOW-TO.html Take a close look at the image. I have added the SSL port numbers in the preset file. The installer creates a shortcut in the startup folder, so it runs in the background, as it should. As you can see, Google shook my hand and acknowledge the SSL. The installer does most of the work, but users need to configure each app to use localhost, which is present in the screenshot. Please let me know if I have missed any ports or if I have any of them wrong. Virus Scanners might flag, but I'm pretty trustworthy and have no intentions messing up any computers. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! All credit goes to Eric Young for the delightful app and blackwingcat for the patched openssl files. Enjoy. Download here http://www.htasoft.com/u98sesp/download98ssl.php Its back to my cave. P.S Users need to log off and then login after installation.
  2. Having Linux access Windows 98 (for me) was a no brainer, but having WIndows 98 access linux is proving ot be a challenge. Can someone please assist me in this?
  3. Hello, I have two laptops, and each uses the wireless connection for every day purposes. I use IP network for this. DHCP is used to assign these addresses. Whenever I need to move large amounts of data, I connect a cable to the home router, which can use 1Gb/s speed. I use the network for this, and there is no internet access over this network. These addresses are assigned manually. However, both networks share the same LAN, through the switch/router. This setup up works very well. Recently, possibly as the result of an update, a strange behaviour is seen. When the cable is NOT connected, the wireless connection sometimes suddenly changes its "obtain DNS automatically" to "use the following DNS server address", and fills in a random ip address from the network. As a result, most internet connections no longer can be found. Anyone any idea what could be causing this? TIA, Bart Zorn
  4. I have a Canon i850 (old) printer on my Windows XP (32-bit) desktop computer that I want to access on my Windows 7 laptop to print files. I set XP to share the printer on the network. I can access the printer remotely and print easily from Linux, which uses CUPS drivers. However, there seems to be no Win64 driver for this printer. When I try to access the printer remotely from my Windows 7 laptop, it asks me for a driver, which I can't find. Windows Update fails to find one, also. The XP/2000 driver fails to install because it is a 32-bit monolithic driver, which will not work with a 64-bit kernel. The strange thing is that I can connect to the printer on my laptop with the USB cable, and a driver installs, and the printer works perfectly. But when I connect remotely, it doesn't find a driver. Is there some way to use the USB printer driver over the network and be able to print? If not, can I set up something like a print spooler on the XP machine which can handle this?
  5. Has anyone run Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 under Bochs with networking support successfully? Well, the latest SVN revision is 2014-01-05 and according to therock247uk from the Vogons DOSBox forums, Bochs has working Slirp support on Windows. So far, in the official release of Bochs 2.6.2, there is no networking support. Even with WinPcap installed, networking hasn't been working correctly for years, niclist.exe network detection remains broken and Slirp doesn't work in the official Windows release. Furthermore, if I try to enable Slirp support in the Windows NT 4.0 test VM on Bochs in the settings.bxrc config file, this log with error messages get displayed: Has anyone compiled Bochs 2.6.2 with Slirp support using the SVN 2014-01-05 revision? If so, I would like to grab a copy of the complied version and try to get networking working. Also, the lowest processor that Bochs will be able to emulate is a Pentium MMX. I would also love to see Bochs compiled to run either on a 80386, 80486 or original Pentium. Windows NT 3.51 and Windows NT 4.0 ran on these processors very well. If you would like more information on this, please let me know.
  6. Hey again. I'm starting to have a annoying and serious problem here. Minutes after starting up my computer, I typically go online and browse the internet with my Linksys Wirless-G PCI network card and when the network connection attempts to load the images, the computer hangs hard and the mouse freezes. Looking at the CPU activity on the LCD display part of the Logitech G510 gaming keyboard, one or more of the four cores of the CPU spike up to 100% and remain there indefinitely. The only way to fix this is to shut off the computer and then turn it back on after several seconds. If the disk activity remains inactive and all of the USB devices get initalised, the computer works as-is and I can browse the internet without problems until I reboot. The operating system that I'm using is Windows Vista Ultimate x64 SP2, I have a ASUS M5A97 R2.0 motherboard with 8 GB memory and a EVGA 8400 GS graphics card. What puzzles me is that the display drivers are up to date, the memory, CPU and hard disk drive is all good, but something could be causing the computer to lock up hard just minutes after reboot. Could it be the Linksys Wireless-G PCI network card or the router that we have in the family room? The model number of the PCI network card is WMP54G v4.1. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing the computer to lock up when browsing the internet minutes after startup? If so, how would it get fixed? Unfortunately, since I bought this custom computer from AVADirect, I'm not allowed as the end-user to fix things myself as the warranty will end up being void. I spent almost $700 on a new PC and I hate finding something and replacing things that don't work correctly.
  7. Long time member, haven't posted in a while. Have a bit of an interesting problem, a visual is given. Essentially i'm connecting a router to what i assume to be another router and a server [A], which i do not have access to. I need computer [E] to be able to see the printer [D], which is shared on computer [C], or any other devices connected to A. I have credentials to login to the domain. Router is a Linksys (EA4500), what do?
  8. Hi All, My name is Phil.... if you hadn't of guessed by the username . I'm an IT Technician for primary Schools in my local area looking after a range of different types of network. I'm about to take on a job where we will be removing RM Community Connect 3 and installing a Server 2008 R2 vanilla system. For those of you who have worked in schools or with RM CC*, you will be familiar with the RM Explorer app that is supplied as standard with all CC* installations. I was wondering if any of you guys and girls out there know of a similar product that can be used on a vanilla system? Thanks Phil
  9. hello Everyone!!! at first place i want to excuse myself for my bad English! it\s not my mother language and ii am self-educated!! now my Question is can be implemented Network Level Authentication on windows preinstalation environment and how? I need to boot windows PE and login to Windows MultiPoint Server 2012 with MSTSC.exe (aka Remote Desktop Connection but my PC doesn't have HDD)!!!! I know someone will say i can buy Thin Client (Zero Client) PC but at the moment my finances is not so well and this is not a solution of my problem! ANY information will be thankful! 2 days i'm searching web for any but NOTHING atm ;o((( Thank YOU!! in advance...
  10. I have two network adapters on my machines. Is there a way for me to name LAN1 one name and LAN2 another? Each with their own IP settings?
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